Enquiring Grandchildren Want To Know
Grandma: Curlymop, would you like some juice.
Curlymop: I want some.
Grandma goes to the kitchen and returns with juice for Curlymop and a glass of cold water for Grandma.
Grandma takes two swallows: Burp. Excuse me!
Curlymop: Gwamma, you boooped.
Grandma: Yes, excuse me Curlymop.
Grandma takes a couple more swigs: Burp. Burp. (Eyes open wide in surprise!) EXCUSE ME!
Curlymop: Gwamma, you booped again.
Curlymop runs across the room and pulls grandma’s cup down and peers intently into the clear liquid.
Curlymop: What? It’s only water?
Grandpa has little fingers prying open his eyelids.
Grandpa: Whaaa…whaaa…whaaaa. Oh Hi Buttercup.
Buttercup: Grandpa. Grandma is still asleep. Mommy is all *jumbled up. I have to crawl into bed with you. (*note: jumbled up with her pregnant pillow, we assume)
Grandpa: Okay then.
Buttercups crawl up on the bed to sit next to Grandpa. She begins chattering (which wakes grandma.)
Grandpa: Yes Buttercup.
Buttercup: Your breath smells really bad.
Buttercup: Let me smell it again.
Buttercup: (Leans in and takes a very deep nose sniff.)
Grandpa: (Waits in suspense.)
Buttercup: Pugh! Yup, it really stinks.
Moral of two stories: Grandparents can’t get away with anything.