Friday, February 20, 2009

Future Blogger

Yesterday, while in a Kindergarten classroom, I overheard this scenario.

Small little girl with small little voice is reading her journal when one of the boys in the class yells out, "I can't hear her."

Small little girl with the small little voice tries reading louder. The same little boy becomes agitated. "I CAN'T HEAR HER!"

The teacher stops helping small little girl with the small little voice to give Mr. I Can't Hear Her the "look." He looks right at the teacher and says, "Ok. Ok. I can't hear her but BRAVO. Good job. Is that what you want?"

I love when kids can be sarcastic!

17 comments:

Jan said...

Good heavens - that kid must be related to me.

Sunny said...

*chuckling* I'd follow his blog if he had one ;)

Deb said...

wouldn't you just love to see how some of these kids turn out in 25 years? or maybe not!

Braja said...

LOL...ah, sometimes attitude + kids = good :)

only a movie said...

haha - "the look" - I'm familiar with that.

Kristina P. said...

I was never sarcastic as a child, and look how I turned out!

Candice said...

Sounds like one of my offspring.

Sarah's Blogtastic Adventures said...

Did the little girl slap him? : )

nikkicrumpet said...

LOL sarcasm always gets me giggling...but I still would have wanted to bop him on the head!

Deb said...

Ok. That is funny.

amy said...

kindergarteners are awesome. i can't wait until my kid goes to kindergarten. she's going to excel in sarcasm. i hope i don't get a lot of phone calls. i'll get "the look" from her father.

:-)

Threeboys1mommy said...

You guys should be allowed to smack these kids ;-)

Suzi said...

It kills me that the attitude and sarcasm starts so young these days. Can't underestimate them, they get WAY more than we did when we were their age. My middle one is soooo much like that. It is comical yet infuriating at the same time.

Smart Mouth Broad said...

That is priceless! Great story! I just love the mind of a 5 year old.

Beth Kephart said...

You should have said precisely that. What a fantastic story, and what a great story your own life is.

Thank you for stopping by.

Comedy Goddess said...

Is that Kindergartner boy available for hire?

Call Me Cate said...

That's beautiful. I love that kids are innocent and haven't developed those filters yet.

Thanks for stopping by my blog!