27 May 2011

A conversation between M- and D-: Children, Interrupted

Here's a 100% authentic, oblivious conversation between two masters of a certain art form:

M- (continuing a story about school): Well, sometimes we talk while the teacher is talking, anyway, so...

D- (interrupting): THAT'S called "interrupting". It's...

M-: It's NOT good. It's very RUDE! Dad hates th...

D-: Dad was doing that back to us yesterday...

M-: Yeah he was, it's very annoying!



You may enjoy my previous (4YO daughter) M- conversations, (7YO son) D- conversations, and (wife) J- conversations.

4 comments:

NickiBabysits said...

ROFL! Well, at least they understand that its rude and annoying, even if they can't seem to stop themselves from doing it!

Mary said...

Did we just gloss over the 'dad did it to us.."? Children learn what they .. hey, a squirrel.

LiteralDan said...

The previous day, out of revenge, I had repeatedly, nonsensically interrupted them by louldy talking to the baby and/or myself, until they were absolutely outraged, then realized the label for what I was doing, then understood why I was doing it.

Still, the fury remained.

Youngblood4ever said...

I love doing that to my kids. I also scream at them when they scream at me... say their names continually when they say "mom, mom, mom..." and all of those super fun things to just torture my kids!