Saturday, October 12, 2013

3776 More amusement

Saturday, October 12, 2013

I have a theory that you can make any sentence seem profound
by writing the name of a dead philosopher at the end of it.


Daughter told two-and-a half year old Nugget that they were going to the playground.
Nugget asked if she could take her little pull toy dog along.
Daughter said yes.
Then Daughter heard Nugget telling the doggie what was going to happen.
It went something like this:

First we have to go piddle.
Then we put our socks and shoes on.
Then we go get in the car.
Then we drive to the playground.
Then we go on the swings and the slides and the climby things.
Then we get in the car and drive home.
Then we put the bandaids on.


Becs said...

Last line is, of course, priceless.

~~Silk said...

Every time I try to tell this, I can't finish because I start giggling on the "put the", and can't choke out "bandaids on".