My Dad Wants A Hores But My Mom Says No

1 Apr

When I was in 3rd grade, we got three “circle stickers” and had to make a picture with them. After we drew our picture around the stickers, we had to write a short story about it.

I took my three stickers and made two eyes and a very small circular mouth that was supposed to look like a shocked face. 😯 I drew a picture that looked like some woman was shocked because her dog ripped up the sofa. (Even though it looked like the dog took a piss on the sofa) I finished off my wonderful piece of work with the sentence, “She is surprized because her dog riuned her sofa!”

What I did in 2nd grade is nothing compared to what this 3rd grade genius did for his/her “sticker story.”


That kid’s poor dad doesn’t get a hores! Why is his wife so mean? 😦

I think I’m going crazy with the smilies today 🙂 😀 😛 😦 😯 😆 😉

:mrgreen: Sara :mrgreen:

**Credit goes to Zero out of Five for this photograph**

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4 Responses to “My Dad Wants A Hores But My Mom Says No”

  1. Missygalfun April 1, 2010 at 9:14 pm #

    That kid is awesome!

  2. Globalsavior April 2, 2010 at 8:02 pm #

    And Lady Gaga doesn’t want a telephone.

  3. Amy August 4, 2010 at 10:25 pm #

    Have you seen the picture that the kindergartener drew of scissors that looked a little bit…..well….not-scissor-like?

    • Sara @ Tedious Life August 4, 2010 at 10:38 pm #

      Yes, I have.

      Have you seen the little girl’s homework assignment where the teacher/mom wrote “When I grow up, I want to be like mommy” and she drew a picture of a woman on a pole with men giving her ‘mommy’ dollar bills.

      The teacher sent a note home about the image. The mother said that her daughter drew her holding a shovel and the men were customers fighting over the last shovel after a snowstorm.

      Ah, kids.

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