Chickadee: Mama, a funny thing happened today. I opened my lunch and my spoon was snapped in two!
Me: Did you sit on your backpack today?
Chickadee: No. It was just broken.
Me: Well, I’m sorry about that. Were you able to eat your yogurt?
Chickadee: Yep, C. gave me her spork.
Me: SPORK! That’s a fun word to say. SPORK SPORK SPORK!
Chickadee: Mama. Stop it.
Monkey: What’s a spork?
Chickadee: It’s what comes with hot lunch.
Chickadee: It’s like a spoon, Monkey, but with—
Monkey: Oh! I know! It’s like a spoon with PRICKS!
Me: SP— *choking*
I think he’s been talking to Raphael.
Watch out for the pricks. Seriously.
Spork is kinda fun to say . . . spork, spork spork . . .
Heh… he said pricks… heh heh…
Ha ha ha! Sporks! Now I feel just plain silly. I’ve been calling those things on forks tines! Now I know their true name! Thank Monkey for me, would you?
I thought mine was the only school district cheap enough to use sporks! I don’t dare call the pointy things pricks — I teach science, including (gulp) sex ed.
Aw man, my (hypothetical) kids aren’t gonna be able to say anything around me without me cracking the heck up.
You posted this for the right group (read: mature). ;)
Hey, how did the dr. appt. go??
my day is complete :lol:
*laugh* Yeah, those pricks are the pointedy stabbedy bandness of the tongue death and… um, stuff! *giggle*
The spork is the greatest invention EVER. Also, the Snorks is the greatest cartoon about underwater creatures EVER.
SPORK! That’s the thing about karma… you tease your kid about sporks, and they getcha for it.
HA HA HA. I love sporks. But why not foon? Who chose “spork” over “foon”?
Did anyone else get a flashback of the Swedish Chef on the Muppet Show?
The best part, is I had to reread this dialogue a couple times to figure out who was saying what.