One of the most annoying varieties of would-be pedants is the one who gratuitously replaces “who” with “whom,” or “me” with “I,” thinking it makes them sound smarter.
Is this a thing? I thought my little brother was the only kid who wanted to be a firetruck (not a firefighter, but a firetruck).
Four people sent me this with a Geezer warning. Make of that what you will.
Why does he seem unhappy? This is awesome.
We didn’t have this precise experience, but I do remember before some family event telling my son it was time I taught him how to tie his own tie and he said “That’s okay, I learned how on YouTube yesterday.”
Do we ever see the kids interacting with one another, or just adults interacting with one another and kids interacting with adults?
- Has anybody ever actually done this?
- How much of a slob is this kid?
- Peaches and fresh tomatoes are not hard to clean. Chocolate ice cream, now, that can be a problem.
- If this Child Who Isn’t Caulfield is a boy, and he’s unable to eat like a human being, he can just take off his shirt. That what my kids did in the summer before they learned to eat properly (though I don’t remember peaches or fresh tomatoes ever being an issue).
“… and was he planning to propose tonight and buy the actual ring the next day if she accepted? Or was he going to give her the ring money and ask her to pick it out herself?”