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After my son saw the trailer for the movie coming in February, C and I encouraged him to read the books.  We bought him the first one, which he read pretty much in the car on the way home.  He then rented from his school library the second and thirds books, and has finished the second.

Yesterday, after I picked him up from school:

O:   Look, my shirt is on backwards.
Me: (after confirming that his shirt was indeed on backwards)  Did you do that on purpose?
O:   Yes.
Me: When did you do that?
O:   This morning before school.
Me: You've had your shirt on backwards all day!?  Why?
O:   To prevent fairy tricks.
Me: .....
Me: O-kay.

Because what can you say to that?


Jul. 24th, 2006 03:23 pm
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