Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Funny Kids

Ryan Mortinson is a teacher in Korea. He is also a great photographer and becoming quite the blogger.

Today he posted a blog I thought you all might enjoy. It is about some of the funny things kids say and it brought a smile to my face. I hope it brings one to yours too.

Please leave a comment on his blog if you enjoyed it. Click on the quote to read the blog post.

"Jake opened up his math book to a particularly difficult section and said with an innocent voice, 'What the hell!' We had to have a talk about how that isn't a 'good' expression."

6 comments:

Iris said...

You know me. I am going to check them out ;) Thanks for the heads up.

Iris said...

Pretty darn cute. I really enjoyed that ^__^ Thanks.

Docteur Glamour said...

LOL Kids are so funny. I have an eight year old brother and he's a walking comedy act. Oh and by the way, yes,I do write HP Fanfic; it's not great, but I try. It's the link under My Other Projects I've heard of Shelfari, but I'm afraid I don't have time for another, I don't know, project? LOL

HektikLyfe said...

>Iris: Cool, thanks for checking out his blog and commenting. I knew you would like it.

>Docteur: For some reason the link is blocked where I am. I will try to access it via alternative means. But I WILL give them a look. I don't use Shelfari as a full time thing. I just sign in, add the book I'm reading and sign out. Its like a book database inventory. I've always wanted to have that and used to keep one myself. This saves me time AND has nice pictures of the books themselves. :) Just a recommendation.

Better Safe Than Sorry said...

my kids are aged 23, 17 and 13 and never used that expression, but that's also something we don't say in our home. kids have big ears and hear EVERYTHING.

HektikLyfe said...

Oh yeah, kids are sponges! I remember when I first heard some bad words in elementary school. For some reason those memories are stored permanently in your head. I remember images. I remember where I was sitting and who said it, who was around me and where I was.

It was recess.