Micronaxx The adventures of Finn & Henry

29Mar/121

Transient Witticisms: Food, Music, & More

  • "You don't have to hold my hand, Finny," I say.
    "I want to!," he protests. "There's a lot of people here & I don't want to get captured!"
  • "Dad-O, do you see what I'm doing?" asks Finn. "I'm getting my muscles a little bit stronger & heavier so I can do special techniques!"
  • Music
    • I told the kids I'm visiting a guy named Stu today. "A Boy Named Stu??" asked Finn.
    • "Dad-O, when I'm older we'll get a dog who *won't* chew kids' toys, and we'll name him Paul Simon!"
    • "Pumped-Up Kicks?" Finn says incredulously. "I thought Kix were cereal."
    • Listening to "Another One Bites The Dust." Finn: "That Freddie Markery is a weird guy, Dad-O. 'Hangin' on the edge of your sink'?"
  • Chow:
    • I've raised a 4yo son who, in the middle of McDonald's & out of the blue, yells "Captain Sullenberger? Captain Cheeseburger!!" I rule. :-)
    • "When it's your birthday, do you have to eat real food, or can you just eat cake?" asks a hopeful, birthday-eve Finn.
    • The boys brandish curly straws.
      Henry: "This is my sales tool!"
      Me: "Your... what??"
      Finn: "Yeah, they help managers!"
      (No idea, I swear!)
    • The lads are debating anatomy over breakfast:
      F: "Elephants are meat."
      H: "Noo!"
      F: "*You're* meat!"
      H: "But my *bones* are not meat!!"
  • Neighbor kids invite us to their treehouse. "It's our secret lavatory!" Boy I hope that's not true.
  • We're playing pirates out back. "You make me peel potatoes, Dad-O," says Finn. "I'm your galley sleeve!"
  • Posted by The Nack Daddy

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  1. I think Bryan was 7 and Sean was 5 de edad. They were playing at the table and also checking out the Jazz Quintet on tv that I was watching. The group included a piano. When they finished playing, the moderator introduced each musician and mentioned their instrument. When the show ended Sean says, “What the heck is a jazz penis?”


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