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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Kids Are Funny!

The school year has just begun, and yet we are already chock full of stories. Grab your latte, pull up a chair, put up your feet, and get ready to laugh. Cuzzzz....Kids Are Funny!



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24 comments:

Lee the Hot Flash Queen said...

You crack me up. They are too forward...my son's girlfriend had him kissing her on her bed on their last playdate...he is 5!

***Holly*** said...

Love the videos! I laughed out loud at the "financial aid" comment! :)
Holly at thetipsycook.com

The girl with the flour in her hair said...

Another good one...I love the stories. I have so many that my kids have done. I need to do a blog post of them!

Girls are too forward! Why are they like that at that age? Boys aren't. My son's friend was playing with Barbie and Ken and Ken was...um, well...had his face down between Barbie's plastic legs. I'm not sure what that little girl walked in on her mommy and daddy doing, but I'd rather she not teach my son...

Corrie Howe said...

Wow! Where to start? I used to work in an automobile insurance claims department. The "senior" (a more experienced claims adjuster in my unit) used to call trailer parts "early tornado detection." So, so, bad, but funny too.

Well, you know about pickles and my blog...need I say more?

Girls are forward. We do need to teach our children well...or unlearn them what their friends teach them.

5thsister said...

LOL! Thanks for the shout out and the chuckles!

If I hear "I could NEVER do that" or "What about their socialization?" one more time I think I might go postal!

Yes girls are way too forward because the marketing powers that be are determined to sexualize them at such a young age!

Tiffany said...

just wait a few more years...i'm not even going to tell you what i see the tweens doing in the common area behind our house. seriously, we need to move.

Frau said...

Too funny my daughter went to Catholic School before we moved here and I was always thats not appropriate yada yada! oh god if she only knew!

Men Are Dumb. I Are One. said...

I can see it now, the new MTV "Reality" show, it would be called - Real School. 6 kids picked to play around the monkey bars...

I had a friend that worked as a security guard at a department store, and some of the larger delinquents would hide/smuggle TVs and other Tech items under their skirts to take them. That's what I thought when you brought that up, I swear. ;)

Willoughby said...

The sentences were too funny! I have heard kids say some pretty interesting things when I've volunteered at school. I'm sure their parents would be embarrassed if they knew!

kys said...

There is no way I could home-school. However, I could go for boarding school.

ShellyInOz said...

If I home-schooled, the kids would be experts in watching TV and playing on the computer--wait a minute. They ALREADY do that!

Thanks for my daily chuckle, ladies.

SPEAKING FROM THE CRIB said...

that was great! kids are about 2 billion times funnier than we will ever be

Funny in my mind said...

the kids probably have no idea why we think this is funny either. My son used to walk up the stairs behind the girls with the short skirts because "they wear thongs mom" In 7th grade. God bless us every one.

Cynthia@RunningWithLetters said...

Good stuff!! I enjoyed this a lot--I love your parent-teacher conference strategy--you'll totally short-circuit any "concerns" or uncomfortable questions she might have jotted down for you :)
And I also love that you homeschooled...we did, too, from the time when my daughter was 4 until 5th grade--they were good years.

I also love that you don't wear skits, Charisse. I don't, either--almost never.

hurstburst said...

My kindergartener has been mentioning how "the littlest planet got fired". I'm pretty sure he's talking about how Pluto isn't called a planet anymore. It's hilarious the things they zero in on.

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

You have no idea how much I needed a laugh right now. It is 10:49 and I'm just reading a few blogs. My parents have been here 10 days now...and...I had my grandson's here the past 2 days. Yes, I said grandsons...talking about "dating" myself. They are 1 and 2 1/2 and never stop moving. I wanted them to have bonding time with their great-grandparents, who had only been with them one other time. What was I thinking? Am I off topic? Have I completely lost it? I knew the 2 of you would understand if I needed to vent a little:)

Sue

April said...

My 10-year-old son sang me a song today that he has heard in school that he claims he "NEVER" sings! LOL Now I need to ask him to sing it again (great mom I am! "Hey, you know that bad song you sung to me the other day that I didn't want you to sing? Sing it AGAIN!" LMAO!)

I'll get the words for ya and see what you think! LOL

Tami G said...

I love these little videos you all do - mostly because I love the closeness of your friendship - it makes me smile!

I would like to do something like this with my girlfriends... Only I would have to make my blog rated "R" because wow... it could get ugly.
As a matter of fact, our last outing ended in a conversation about dental damns - LMAO
I almost wrote a blog about it..
I still might - LMAO!

great post as always!
Tami G

Project Survive said...

Hahahaha. My two year old always says funny things to me too. Like, last night he said, "Mike! (He calls my hubby by his first name sometimes... even though he is definitely his biological father) I wanna watch the off." He is obsessed with The Office. He's two!! Crazy kid...

ScoMan said...

It would be great to be a fly on the wall in the parent teacher meeting when you flip the tables. I can just picture the teacher awkwardly looking for an explanation.

And the girl with the Hello Kitty underwear does sound more than a little bit forward. But at least she knows what she wants and she doesn't mess about.

Holly said...

I am afraid of the girls..I am afraid of my girl too, but my boy is clueless and the girls seem so sophisticated.

Kids are just amazing with the things they come up with. Thanks for another great vlog!
Holly @ 504 Main

My name is PJ. said...

One of the top ten reasons we have kids is because they're funny, right?

BTW, don't you just love the title, BATCRAP CRAZY?

Amy said...

Loved this post! You two are soo funny! Your stories here are hilarious too! Your kids are adorable and sooo funny. I don't have kids, but I don't understand why people tend to think kids who are home-schooled don't know how to play with other kids and aren't socialized...it's not like they are locked in a closet all day!

Daffy said...

Thanks for the shout out! I am at work (on lunch...no worries..not wasting money) so I can't watch the video. Hope to be able to do that tonight.

I don't have to see it to know that kids are great and I'm always amazed at the way their brains work! I'll be doing another Convos From The Hood post! LOL...

Thanks again!