A Twofer November 23, 2010Posted by Ms. Art in Perplexing Miscellany.
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Today, 4th grade:
Jeffery, to his table at large: “Put those pencils AWAY! You do not want to know what some people will do with some pencils.”
Yes, I asked for clarification, but apparently it’s something entirely too complex or taboo to even say. Jeffery has opted to let your imaginations take it from here.
And then, kindergarten:
Taylor: “I like your hair.”
Self: “Thank you, sweetheart. I love your hair, too.”
Cameron (decidedly male, as far as I can tell, but it’s not as though I’ve checked, of course): “Me too! Because I was a girl, when I was a baby.”
Self: “Wait, you what-now?”
Cameron: “Yes! When I was a baby I was a little tiny girl but now I growed up into a boy this size [size indicated by hand held parallel to floor, significantly below actual height of Cameron, supposed-boy].”