Wednesday, October 24, 2007

But she is always right, somehow.

10 comments:

Allen G said...

I consider the day I realized that my parents were always right (even though it was really, really annoying) to be the day I finally grew up.

Cam Beck said...

LOL! So true...yet so true.

JT said...

I'm pretty particular about what things I have carried forward from my parents to my own children - but it turns out they were right about almost everything; so I find myself sounding just like my parents.

Love your blog - I'm glad I found it :)

Edy said...

Hi, Jessica
My name is Edy, and i´m from Brasil. And i love your blog and your sense of humor. i think you´ve the "timming" like Bill Waterson´s humor.
it´s a pleasure read your posts.
Congratulations!

Anonymous said...

You should do one with the inverse of this concept, about how teenagers know everything.

Sandra said...

My parents may or may not know everything, but theres a whole lot Im not carrying over.
I like this one.

Anonymous said...

dont you mean "insert penis here"
geez

JJ said...

This one's great!

Anonymous said...

Yes I am. lol. Now if the 6 yr old knew that...

cfern.canto said...

I used to think my mother was often wrong. Now that she's a grandmother, I'm absolutely sure of it.

 
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