Monday, February 25, 2008

That's what he said

We got a phone call this weekend from Chiefy's ex. Incase you aren't aware, over 2000 miles seperate us. Five states lie between our state and their state. We won't see them again until a month from now when they visit for spring break. Seems that our 11 year old told the 8 year old to "lick his balls."

WHAT the heck are we supposed to do about it?

She seems to think that instead of picking up this kind of language at their public school, which they attend every day, they picked it up from their cousins. Of course those would be their 17 and 10 year old cousins on OUR side of the family. Cousins that they see 2, maybe 3 times a year. We are to have a "talkin" to with the nephews to explain why they shouldn't use that language.

She's a nutter. This is the same person who went on and on about how they aren't allowed to play those video games at her house, or at any of her family member's houses. Then the boys told us how much fun they had with their uncle (her brother) playing those same games!

So Chief held in the laughter as he explained to the 11 year old why he is not allowed to say that to his infuriating little brother. And promised that he would "once again" talk to their cousins.

Thank goodness she doesn't have anything serious to worry about. Like the fact that the 8 year old is falling behind in school. He might repeat third grade, but at least he won't say BALLS.


holly said...

LMAO. I can't help myself.

Jay said...

Is she serious????
I don't know if I couldn't keep from laughing in her face at how stupid she sounds... Glad that your hubby could though!!

Tara said...

I bet it was YOU who said "like my balls" in front of the boys.

=) said...

Believe me Tara, and the Chief will back me up, the only balls I "like" are meatballs.

Tara said...

har har. I like a lot of balls. Bowling balls, tennis balls, Joe's balls, marbles, I could go on and on.

thirdworstpoetinthegalaxy said...

So I made the mistake of reading the "comments" section and now I'm so disturbed, I can't for the life of me recall what I was going to say.