Friday, September 18, 2009

Illustration Friday: infinite

Sometimes it seems as if there are an infinite number of questions that kids (and I) can dream up. :-)

18 comments:

  1. Too true - sounds like you've been talking to my 5 yr old

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  2. Not sure about the size of that jar (hey, what have you been ingesting to produce the glow-in-the-dark ones), but without wanting to play God, I think I should tell you not to try that with the fork.

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  3. These are, in fact, timeless questions.

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  4. ...or my five year old. 1st...yuck, save pennies instead, 2nd...a quick shock.

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  5. I want to know what the answers are!

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  6. I had a monkey who accidentally committed suice by sticking a bobby pin in a socket (really) . :-(

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  7. Anonymous5:44 PM

    this is poo

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  8. Anonymous5:48 PM

    I dont get it

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  9. Anonymous5:50 PM

    They fork looks sharps,. is it?

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  10. Anonymous5:51 PM

    Do I need Chemo-therapy to understand this?

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  11. My Dad used to stick a bone handled knife in an electricity socket. It was great fun, and he would end up rolling around on the grass outside (they had French windows, I hasten to add). It was such fun that he invited the little boy next door in, and they both used to play.

    My Dad's dead now, but because of something else.

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  12. woah. i mean, woah. i don't even wanna THINK about that jar...what room it resides in. this is TOO GOOD, willie! "))

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  13. I actually tested out that fork in the socket theory when I was about 6. I'd been warned I could DIE if I fiddled with electricity, so when I did it, nonchalantly curious, in the bathroom, and got a HUGE shock, I was convinced I was about to die indeed. I was so embarrassed that I'd done it that I didn't call for help, so just huddled on the tile floor, crying, waiting to die. I didn't. Yet.

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  14. forks in walls. it's always good to learn from someone else's mistakes.

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Thanks for stopping by! :-)

Willie