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End of the World? Whatever!
My boyfriend's teenage daughter Chantelle and her friend Angel were talking about the U.S. minister who was predicting the world would end May 21, 2011.
Angel scoffed, "Sure how do they think they can predict the end of the world when they can't even predict the weather?!"
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My sister and friend were chatting while I was on a phone call. As I hung up the phone, I heard my sister say "...get happy." Instantly, I said, "Isn't it 'be happy,' like in 'Don't worry! Be happy!'?" "No," she replied, "you know, that leader in the Middle East - my husband calls him Get Happy!" "Oh, Gaddafi!" I replied as we all exploded with laughter!
One Smelly Drive to School
My daughter-in-law Liz was driving her son and daughter to school one morning. It was spring and the farmers were out in full force getting fields ready. Soon an awful smell filled the car. Liz explained that farmers spread manure on fields to make crops grow better. Isaac, who is four, asked what manure was. Liz told him it was poop. "Oh Gross," he said. "The farmers are putting cat poop on the fields."
Time to Get up...to Play
My five-year-old grandson came into my room one morning asking me what I had on. (I had on a purple night shirt). Oh I said it's my night shirt. He stopped for a moment then said, "Well could you put on your UP shirt and come play with me?"
My Grandson Zachery
My eight-year-old grandson, Zachery, was in the car with me and we were stopped at a red light. He noticed a factory that had a big wall of creeping vines. He asked me why people would grow that stuff, on their building. I explained vines to him and how pretty that look. He said "Grandma, they may look pretty, but I sure wouldn't want to mow them!"
My Grandson Hayden
I took my grandson Hayden to the grocery store one day. He was about seven years old at the time. Leaving the parking lot, he asked me, "Grandma, how come when we enter the parking lot the sign says 'entrance,' but when we leave the parking lot it doesn't say 'outrance?'"