A few things that made me laugh this week:
>>Sean called me while stuck in traffic the other day. I hope you all won't think less of us. Truth is, we use less than appropriate words at times. I'm just keepin' it real.
Sean: "Traffic is a b-a-s-t-a-r-d." spelled quickly as little ears were present.
me: mentally going over the letters slowly/not figuring out what he spelled/moving on from the mental exercise figuring it wasn't that important/getting the gist of what he was spelling as traffic is never a happy subject...
Simon: "The word is 'bastard,' Dad."
me: "Smooth move, Pops."
Sean: launching into a speech about what the word actually means, how it really isn't a bad word, just not one that we should use.
The kid reads 300+ wpm(according to eyeq) and his comprehension is stellar. Nothing gets by him. Nothing.
>>The kiddos had dentist appts the other day. It's the only time I ever sit and read senseless magazines. I can admit that like an 80 year old woman, Reader's Digest is my #1 pick. Especially when Highlights and Shape are the alternative mag of choice. Anyways, I usually flip to the funnies and was not disappointed this go 'round. I laughed so hard at this whenparentstext entry that I was embarrassed the office girls would think something was wrong with me. Tears, I tell you. Reading it now, it's not as funny.
>>Their dance moves are pretty funny on their own, but it's T's distracted moments that crack me up.
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