Wednesday, April 30, 2008

It's good that they feel comfortable saying stuff to me...right?

Went out with 3 of the Sons this afternoon, which means I found myself in Popeye's, picking up dinner.

Son #2 had this HUGE grin on his face, as we waited for our order. I asked him why he was smiling so much, and he said,

"I don't know how they do it, but they must fry this chicken in sex, or something. It smells that good."

Let us hope that he is operating on theory.

5 comments:

Penelope said...

Ohhhh...kayyyyyy!

Sue said...

There's no frying oil in the world that tastes that good..

Wait.. Oops, I've said too much.

*shrinking away now*

ALF said...

Uh oh - sounds like a dangerous statement to me...

Cynthia said...

I'm with Penelope...

Ohhhh-kayyyyy!


I remember DS #2 as a first grader......

Sigh....

It's a theory statement, my friend, merely a theory statement!

Ms. Q said...

I second penelope's comment.

Plus, I am not so sure that having minor children saying such things to their parents is a good thing.

Not to get your worried an all. I'm not a parent and I don't mind dirty jokes but what little I know about parent-child relationships is that there is some level of respect/restraint and until they are adults and have proven in some way they are adults, well...parents are The Law and That's The Way It Is. Parents Are Not Friends and Buddies with their children. Parents can be friends but foremost they are parents.

I am sure my unborn and never-to-be-born children are grateful to have avoided a strict upbringing!

Most likely Son #2 was only yanking your chain though and thought saying such a thing was clever and cool.