Saturday, November 24, 2007

Kids say the darndest things

It's a lovely moonlit night. A lady is walking along the road, holding her two kids' hands. The girl is aged about four and the boy about seven. My friends are I are walking just behind them.

Girl
(looks up and points at the moon) - Look! Look! Moon!
Boy (glares at his sister) - Don't point! It's rude to point!



29 comments:

Dhara said...

Gold ! Wow mu first one. I am readin ur blog since over an year. Never left a comment, but I simply love the way u write ! Redain ur blog has become a daily and most enjoyable ritual to me

Dhara said...

Pardon my spellings, I was too excited abt my first ever gold and my first ever comment on ur blog

Vaijayanta Chattoraj said...

Silver I suppose !!!

Kids have their own way of imagination. They reflect the same thoughts of their parents in their own way. They make things more sweet.

Vaijayanta Chattoraj said...

this is also my first silvers in Sayeshaz....feels gr8 :D

zahid said...

Hey!! seems i got bronze...Dont mind though!!! But yes kids say the darnest things...Sometimes in front of people causing embarrassment

Yep....I did a lot of darnest things when i was young too,...

zahid said...

Like every one of the previous '2' even i will comment twice too...Kids even ask the darnest questoions...but intelleigent ones....\

My cousin sis who is nothing more than 5 asks me why there is a light in the fridge and why it on's only when the fridge is open!!! she also showed me the lil distance upto which light will be on and then 'go off'

Chk me up....

The_Girl_From_Ipanema said...

AWWWWW.

this is one of the few times i have not got gold/silver/bronze @ sayeshaz. theek hai, koi vaanda nai.

khi khi khi khi

justme said...

:)

Bivas said...

cute :-)

Jay said...

:).

Janefield said...

OSO cute! ;)

Sanket said...

Wow! That was so cute :)

Reghu said...

kid so singaporean lah! :P

Adorable Pancreas said...

He could have been thinking of the Man on the Moon. :P

Amey said...

Now if only all kids were so well-behaved and mannered ;)

K said...

heheh...phunny. :)

Sayesha said...

#Dhara,
Congrats on the gold and thanks for finally de-lurking after a year!! Glad you like the bar and hope to see you around more often! :)

//Pardon my spellings, I was too excited abt my first ever gold and my first ever comment on ur blog

Haha! No worries! I'm not an editor in the bar. I'm just bartender Bhai! :D

#Vaijayanta,
:)

#Zahid,
You should have shared some of the embarrassment-causing darndest things you did! ;)

//Kids even ask the darnest questoions...but intelleigent ones....\

Hehe! I know, and sometimes it's so difficult to answer some of their questions! :O

#Ipanema Gal,
Hehe! :P

#Justme,
:)

#Bivas,
:)

#Jay,
:)

#Janefield,
Still in OSO mood eh? :D

#Sanket,
Hehe! Yeah! :)

#Reghu,
Lidat lor, wat to do! ;)
ps: You can comment meh?

#Adorable Pancreas,
Hehehe! Good one! :D I can imagine the man on the moon glaring down waiting for his apology. :P

#Amey,
I swear! :)

#K,
:D

Reghu said...

can osso wat... walavve... gone 3 months only wat! can forget singlish so fas meh? u ah... siao liao! :D

Shekhar said...

Sayesha bhai.. apun dono ka bhi koi 'Karan Arjun' maafik connection lag ria hai.. I went to a friend's brother's Sangeet ceremony and was about to blog about the kids there. And what do I see? Your post on kids pointing fingers at the moon. :D

P.S. I went to see OSO again last night. There's a scene in the second half where OK reveals to Sandy why they're doing what they are doing. My friend points out to me how ridiculously huge the moon looks behind them. I was like, "Abe dhakkan.. when you're with somebody as hot as Deepika Padukone, how does it matter what size the moon is?? It could be Jupiter showing instead of the moon for all I care!!"

The Mad Girl said...

you have a brilliant blog and an amazing writing style!

Well yes, Kids do say real funny and cute things.My 2 yr old niece doesn't ask questions though...she has answers to all questions.A regular miss know-it-all!

Dev said...

Arre.. bahut intelligents ladka hai! Pata nahi? Chandamama ko ghussa ho jaayega!

Amit Panhale said...

HAHAHAHA...!

So much for good manners..!

aequo animo said...

:) lol

Here is another one:

Adult1: Hows the market?

Adult2: Banking sector doing badly, ICICI bank fell down.

Child: Are they going to rebuild the bank?

Sayesha said...

#Reghu,
Wah liao! Never ask you about Singlish one! I onni ask how you can suddenly comment! Before this, never got what! :D

#Shekhar,
Hehehehe! Tu toh Deepika par lattu! :D

#The Mad Girl,
Thanks! :)

#Dev,
Hehehehe! :P

#Amit,
:D

#Aequo,
:D

Sanju said...

That is so cute! Kids can be adorable at times!

(at times, because more often, they're annoying! :P Nothing against htem, just that i've come across a lot of brats lately!)

Shekhar said...

Last one on the OSO fixation, I promise..

But Sayesha Bhai, Deepika one female I wouldn't mind going "On the roof, in the rain" with... :D

Thisisme said...

aila..tell me abt it!
my 1.5yr ki niece hasnt started askin questions..but these days she is learnt to take names..and any complaint abt me gets directly referred to my mom..courtesy myt niece..who starts sayin bua in an accusatory tone for every lil mastikhori i do :-s this girl knows which string to pull at the right time :P :))

youtham said...

uuuh

shortest post in sayesha's

:| :)

Utham

Harshi said...

I looove compliments from strangers! Makes me so giddy, makes my day. I always compliment too when the person's near me and I am driven to do it. I never really thought about it, but yes, it is so pure isn't it. We should all compliment more.