Saturday, May 26, 2007

It's Not What You Think -- They Just Watch Too Much TV

I suppose I should have nipped it in the bud when Little One came down stairs and said, “Look Mama, Princess Leia has no pants on.”

But instead I just said, “Uh huh – I see -- please get your shoes on so we can go to the store.”

Unfortunately, we proceeded to take Princess Leia shopping with us, and suddenly as I’m picking through the nectarines I hear J, in his biggest most booming voice, announce:



landismom said...

I think there's a whole generation of American men who would make that one a best-seller.

Her Bad Mother said...

What Landismom said. CLASSIC.

I'd be proud.

Misty said...

i read from time to time but don't think I have commented. This cracked me up though! How I wish i had been present in that produce isle! :)

Anjali said...

You could make a killing if you sold that on ebay.

Jenn said...

HAHAHAHA - I would have been one aisle over laughing my head off if I heard that!
Kids have the greatest ability to say uncensored things - the more embarrassing the louder it seems to be.
As the great jedi master Yoda would say "I cannot teach this boy - he has no pants" or something like that ;)

Mom101 said...

I can think of a lot of boys, circa 1978, who would be first on line for that DVD

Snoskred said...

Hi, it's Snoskred here. I've recently become a blogging chick and have set myself a challenge to comment on as many Blogging Chick blogs as I can. So that's why I'm here. ;)

Actually this is pretty hilarious because this exists -
- Top 270 Star Wars Lines Improved By Replacing A Word With "Pants" and the number one quote is.. I find your lack of pants disturbing.

I think pretty much everyone could write a blog post entitled - things you heard kids say in supermarkets which made you laugh. I heard one kid say "No mummy, not the mineral water, please, no Mummy". I'd love to hear the real story behind that one..

At least Princess Leia is still wearing shoes. :)


Rebecca said...


It's great you have a blog to share these things!

DeeJay said...

And your parents get sweet justice after all.


You should scrapbook that story.