This Is What I Live With Every Day. Standard My son’s science teacher did a back-to-school assignment with some “Getting To Know You” questions. This is what Xavier put…because of course he did. *sigh* Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLinkedInPinterestTumblrRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
36 thoughts on “This Is What I Live With Every Day.”
Lol.. I’m a realist, so I get it. Smart kid.
That’s what he is…a realist. 🙂
This is hilarious! 🙂
Shhhh, don’t let him know. 🙂
I laughed right out loud! His response is hilarious but, if it means anything, I feel your pain. I raised three of those realists and I earned every grey I have because of them. 😉
At least it’ll mean he gets a real job and doesn’t go through a “I’ll just be a surfer” stage?
Most definitely. My oldest son is currently a PhD candidate; my second son is an ironworker; and, my youngest son is a mechanical engineer. The grey hairs are sooooo worth it but, man, there were times I thought I wasn’t going to survive their homework assignments.
See…this one wants to be an engineer. 🙂 May it be so.
Of course! There is a reason they are in the past 😉
Scaly bastards. All of them.
😆 That they are. Gave me creeps even in a movie.
Nice to hear from you again, hope your summer is going well. Didn’t I read somewhere that birds were dinosaurs?
They are! Birds are evolved reptiles. Shit…now I’m scared of birds.
Is Hitchcock on Netflix?
I have no idea, but now, I’m checking. 🙂 I have a fair amount on DVD, but I like NOT having them sleep in my bed.
Too too funny. I fear dinosaurs too!
That kid…all pragmatic and no Spielberg. 🙂
Struggle? Yeah… THAT struggle would be definitely real… Especially when it comes to everyone with their nose to their mobiles as they try to catch them all in Pokemon Go.
Thankfully, he doesn’t have that capability, yet. YET.
Pity I can’t say the same about natives here. It’s been a media nuthouse with some of their millennial nonsense.
Seriously, they’re the worst.
Hmmm. Now I get why my mother sometimes despaired at me.
I turned into an engineer. If you really want that kind of thinking, however, marry a mathematician.
LOL… Trust me, I’m fine with either. A job with benefits that requires a degree? Go for it, Son…just watch out for raptors.
He has a point, but I’d like to think that these days we’d be successful at wiping them out. IT can’t really be like some cheap ass B-grade Japanese movie, right?
Also? Birds are descended from dinosaurs, yes, but dinosaurs were not reptiles. Completely different hip and shoulder structures. Alligators & crocodiles are reptiles. Your friendly neighborhood T. Rex was not.
And yes, I’m an engineer. Does it show?
I think I just saw my sons future. 🙂
It sounds like very good advice to me. I, for one, don’t want to be consumed by a T-rex. 🙂 –Curt
No one wants to die at the hand of something that cannot even use it’s own hands. 🙂
And probably has bad breath. 🙂
Well, they can’t reach to brush their teeth.
I hope i don’t offend, but i freaking love your smart ass kids! My kinda people!
That could never offend. 🙂
I see you have a future Ian Malcom on your hands! 😀
As long as being a fictional chaos theorist pays…
furrum the mouths uv babezzz ~