October 02, 2011

The Things That Bore Bones

There are times that I think to myself, what do I blog on? Should I skip tonight? And then Bones opens his mouth and something tumbles out and I think, 'That answers that question..."

Tonight:

Bones: Hey T, did you pee your name?

Me: *blink*

T, from the back of the house: NO.

Me: Pee your name? What's that about?

Bones: I can pee my first name, last name and an exclamation point.

Me:

Bones: Look, you know how, well, if you're a guy, just standing there peeing can get boring, so I pee my name.

Me: *blink*

Bones: I told T about it, but he obviously isn't interested.

I had no idea that peeing was... so boring. Can you imagine my life if we had SNOW?! Hell, I'd have EVIDENCE. He'd probably bring the entire family out to see his artwork.

Posted by Boudicca at October 2, 2011 06:56 PM
Comments

Impressive...it's not like he has a short name! And I love the addition of the exclamation point. When he's famous, that's how he should sign his name (with an ink pen preferably).

Posted by: Sissy at October 2, 2011 07:23 PM

My first thought was..."Oh...well that explains why the wall next to the toilet stays yellow no matter how much I clean."

Posted by: Mrs. Who at October 2, 2011 07:54 PM

I live with three sons and my husband... ..um, I have four boys that I will never ask because even if they don't, they will after hearing this.

Posted by: AC at October 3, 2011 12:06 AM

I think going pee is absolutely a waste of time.
But then I'm a girl.

And that reminds me of a joke....

A John's daughter and Ralph's son were dating.
It was winter, and as John & Ralph were hunting, they came upon Ralph's son's name written in yellow in the snow.
Ralph laughed saying, 'That's my boy!'
Then John beat the crap outta Ralph.
Ralph says, "Hey! Whatdja do that for?'
John replied, 'That may be your son's name, but I know my daughter's handwriting!'

Posted by: Rave at October 3, 2011 07:12 PM

Just tell them to steer clear of electric fences. One of my brothers decided to test the verity of that, and found out the hard way.

Posted by: PeggyU at October 5, 2011 02:32 AM