Thursday, 22 May 2014

Ask a Silly Question

The unintentionally funny things that The Boy Child says are like the #65 bus.
You wait for ages and then two come along at the same time.
Following on his recent comment about slices of mango, I give you a conversation about the British middle distance runner, double gold Olympian Mo Farah
You said, "Mo Farah is in the Commonwealth Games. 
 We saw it on Newsround; he said, "See you in Glasgow!"  
Mummy asked, "Which distance will he be running?"
You said, "Um. Maybe from the start to the finish?"
Ask a silly question.

9 comments:

debs14 said...

That's a classic!

scrappyjacky said...

A totally logical answer.
I remember my brother [as a child] answering the question "how would you like your steak done?" with "nicely,please"

Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

LOL. Awesome. I love these little snips of clever things your boy says!

alexa said...

Brilliant riposte! And a lovely clean design to match ...

helena said...

such wisdom - really did laugh out loud

Sian said...

Smart boy!

I can remember my Grandma asking my brother what he wanted for Christmas and he answered "Ask a silly question!" We had to explain to her that it was the title of a book

Ladkyis said...

A teacher in my son's class asked a child "Have you done your maths yet?"
"No Miss," he replied.
"what do you mean, No MIss?" she shrieked. There was a long pause during which I was curling up with embarrassment in the art corner
" Um, I mean no, Miss" he said. She went ballistic and sent him to the headmaster. The kid had no idea what he had done wrong as he was at the age when they speak the literal truth - year 2 and 3 - OH just like TBC! Head master fortunately grilled everyone for information before dealing gently with the child and praising him for telling the truth while suggesting that he could have thought a little more first

Missus Wookie said...

Great answer :) I like that you are recording such things - will make you all smile later.

Gail said...

That's priceless!

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