Friday, October 9, 2009

i don't get it... *classic*

So, we're driving along & the littles are all teasing each other & then smirking to themselves & each other, "classic... ooh, yeah, that's *classic*"...
From the back seat suddenly Charter starts to chuckle... "THE ONLY CLASSIC YOU'RE GONNA GET IS CLASSIC OUTTA SLOAN!!.... UH-YEAAAHHHH!! B-URN!!"
& then there was silence... & muted giggles...
"um, what's classic mean, Charter?" Mollen lisps...
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Same ride - talking about Cai's lack of height. Sloan brilliantly suggests, "Hey, Cai, how 'bout you just buy some freakishly tall shoes since you're so freakishly short?"
"YEAH!!!" Peyton pipes up, "& then you could cut off the heels!"
???
Am i the only one who doesn't get their own kids humour?
Kinda reminds me of the time my sister Jess went through the Tim Horton's drive through & ordered 20 timbits, "& no plainies, please."
"Um... no what?"
"No PLAINIES"
"You want no what?"
"plainies?"

Yeah - sometimes we're just not *quite* on the same wave-length...

4 comments:

Melissa said...

No plainies!! Ha ha ha ha!! That's awesome!! Thanks for the laugh - you're right, sometimes people just aren't on the same wavelength...

Andrea said...

How can Tim's not know what plainies are?? I don't like them either...or the dusty jams. Waste of my chewing time.

jessica jespersen said...

Thanks for sticking up for me faithful friend. (I'm talking about Andrea.) haa haa! I will remember to ask for no dusty jams either next time. "Plainies" comes from the "Geek". It belongs in the same family as the words Jammies, toasties, tootsies, tubbie, drinkie and "spending-to-much-time-talking-baby-talkie" -j

Kali said...

And no dutchies either, if aaron has anythign to say about it. See, they came up with silly names too- they surely should track with a request for no "plainies."

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