Playing the Guilt Card
This morning, I found this note behind a dresser. I’m not sure when it was written or under what circumstances, but it pretty much cuts to the chase:
I’m about 82% positive my wife didn’t actually say “I don’t love you” to our 7-year-old son. He came to that conclusion after-the-fact based on some sort of traumatic interaction or event involving his mom. Three possible scenarios:
- A remnant of crust remained on a butter-and-jelly sandwich she had prepared for him.
- At bedtime, she laid in bed with his brother for 15 seconds longer than she did with him.
- She suggested that Yoda’s lightsaber skills are overrated.
Oh no she didn’t!
No, she probably didn’t.
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Posted on September 2, 2011, in For Moms, Notes and tagged Chase McFadden, funny, funny cards, funny kids, funny writing, Humor, Ironic Mom, kid writing, Kids, Leanne Shirtliffe, Some Species Eat Their Young, Stuffkidswrite.com. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.