Sunday, October 21, 2007

Molly is not good with children until they turn 15.

My interactions with children can best be expressed by a scene from the sitcom, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."

Charlie: Ok, here we go fresh air. Have a seat. Breathe it in fresh air.
Obnoxious kid: You suck
Charlie: You suck
Obnoxious kid: You suck, and you have an ugly face
Charlie: YOU SUCK AND YOU HAVE AN UGLY FACE. OK, ALL YOU DO IS TRY TO PUSH PEOPLE’S BUTTONS, MAYBE THAT’S WHY YOU DON’T HAVE A DAD ANYMORE!
Enter waitress.
Waitress: What are you doing?
Obnoxious kid: I’m drunk
Waitress: He’s drunk?
Charlie: He’s not drunk
Obnoxious kid: I am drunk.
Waitress: He sounds drunk.
Obnoxious kid: I am drunk,
Charlie: YOU’RE NOT DRUNK! STOP SAYING THAT! He’s fine.
Obnoxious and drunk child vomits.


I am a literate Charlie Kelly.

2 comments:

julianne rose said...

you make me laugh, lover.

Brittney said...

that has to be one of my favorites from "sunny," as we live to abbreviate it here in utah :)