I’m pretty sure my son could be featured in every chapter of a Psychology 101 textbook.
Oedipus Complex? You bet. Check out how William engraved his name on the wall above his mommy’s side of the bed. Medium: Pencil on Paint.
Psychological Ownership? Yup. See how he carved his name into our desktop monitor. This is two years after the fact. It doesn’t come off. Medium: Etching on Liquid Crystal.
Mob Behavior? Yes. If you’ve read this blog for a while, you know that William (and his twin sister) used gravel to carve their names into the side of our minivan. Medium: Rock on Paint.
Juvenile Delinquency? Maybe. William wrote his name on my parents’ RV. Medium: Finger on Dust.
I wonder what happened to using tree trunks, the walls of public washrooms, and school desks to make your mark.
Where have you carved (or would like to carve) your name? Medium?
Posted on August 16, 2011, in Writing in Weird Places and tagged Chase McFadden, funny, Humor, kid writing, Leanne Shirtliffe, Oedipus Wrecks, Stuff Kids Write, Stuffkidswrite.com. Bookmark the permalink. 26 Comments.