Friday, February 27, 2009

Hot Girl


My 10 year old got off the schoolbus yesterday and said that a first grade boy had told her that she "looks hot" and that he loves her. "What's the matter with him?" she exclaimed indignantly. "Doesn't he know that I'm an older woman?!"

16 comments:

ProfK said...

I love it! Just the right note to start a busy day.

BrooklynWolf said...

Ha! How cute. :)

Now, you have to remember this on the off-hand chance that the two end up marrying sometime in the future. :)

The Wolf

Ezzie said...

Ha!!

torontopearl said...

This is great! Send it in to Reader's Digest or some other print publication that prints "out of the mouths of babes" pieces.

Good Shabbos.

Rafi G. said...

lol

ilanadavita said...

Very funny!

Maya said...

LOL!! I love her reasoning for being upset. *Sigh* Raising kids these days scares me.

Speaking of which, thanks for your hilarious comment on my blog! Since the closest thing I have (right now) to kids are cats, would you be interested in writing a guest post?

I'm going to have to add your blog to my blogroll!

Maya

SuperRaizy said...

She can be really funny sometimes, without meaning to.
Maya-
Thank you, I'd love to do a guest post! I will e-mail you about it.

הצעיר שלמה בן רפאל לבית שריקי ס"ט said...

I personally don't think what she said was funny. When I was a kid, kids in first grade had romantic interests, BUT not with anyone older. at those ages, a first grade kid is comparable to a 16 year old, and a fourth grader to a 25 year old.

...I remember one of my friends in school was in eighth grade and "had the hots" for a sixth grader. I thought he was a pedophile! Now the girl is a cool Manhattanite who's at least a head taller than him!

Baila said...

Must be a chip off the old block.

Troubled And Frum said...

Very cute! I hope you have much nachas from her.

MAK said...

Lol, very cute, one of the reasons I love kids, you never know what they'll say next.

MAK said...

Lol, very cute, one of the reasons I love kids, you never know what they'll say next.

A Living Nadneyda said...

We're so privileged when our kids let us in on their worldview. What a great story.

Jack said...

Kids are so much fun. Never ending stories.

elie said...

haha I love it.