Your mother likes it
That's very responsible of her. She could have asked for a beer. :)
My younger cousin was about 4 when she discovered Christmas advertising one year. She ran to my aunt and said "I want a Batteries Not Included for Christmas!"
Have you seen the eTrade commercials (from the SuperBowl) with the baby that pukes and whose purchase of a clown's services creep him out? (I relate the that baby...for the clown thing not the puking)Kids are just too grown up these days!Cute kiddo...is she yours?
heh. mine told me the other day that "you know, sometimes it's virtually impossible to cut a straight line with scissors, but with ____<--- [insert magic tv tool here], you'll always end up with perfect cuts."
Yep, kids say the damnedest things.Yes, GD, that's my sweetie, being goofy on the flight to Disney last year.
Be glad she doesn't quote "Natural Male Enhancement" commercials like my nephew did. In public.Your kid's cute. How many gray hairs are named after her?E
Cary...she is absolutely gorgeous!!!! How adorable. Speaking of that *impossible to cut with scissors* commercial, my daughter always says "Who can't cut with scissors"??? LOL...and she's right..who can't cut with scissors? Give me a break!!
Thanks. She's a sweetheart and a stitch.
first class airfare? What's your day rate?
Ha.. good eye, Spinderfella. Nope, free upgrade after our flight was cancelled and we had to wait 3.5 hours for another one. Go AirTran. Delta wouldn't have done it.
Why do I always make typos on your blog??? I think maybe it's cuz I'm always laughing too much and it's hard to type. Either that or I'm drunk on fun...or maybe just a crappy typist? My brain moves faster than my fingers. And that's a scary thought.
That kid is cute.
Once upon a time we had the TV on and one of those ED-med commercials came on -- the one where the middle-aged couple is sitting at the top of a hill in adjacent tin tubs. Our son, who was probably about 6 at the time, was watching intently, and hubby and I exchanged looks, expecting some questions. But when it was over, the kid just looked at us and solemnly said "that commercial is about love." We about died. I do try to be pretty open about things with him (I explained what Hooters was when he saw a sign and asked) but old men, flaccid parts and little blue pills was more than I wanted to get into that day!
Tracie - that's hilarious. Kids say the damnedest things.