Kids, what are they like?

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Noodley, 10 Apr 2008.

  1. Noodley

    Noodley Guest

    The Noodlettes were face painting today, and elder Noodlette (aged 11) painted younger Noodlette (aged 5) as a ladybird...younger Noodlette then went running to Mrs Noodley to show her the result:

    A Ladybird with "LOSER" written across her forehead. :blush::biggrin:

    You gotta larf...
  2. Maggot

    Maggot Star of BBC 5Lives Ballot Box Brigade

    Around and about
    I have a friend whose delightful little boy (10ish) facepainted his little sister (4ish) with marker pens:ohmy:
  3. ufkacbln

    ufkacbln Guest

    My favourite description was in a patient's notes....

    The paediatrician's accurate and concise description of the baby was:

    "Small pink and wriggly"
  4. summerdays

    summerdays Cycling in the sun Moderator

    One of my children painted my face once ... the doorbell went and I answered the door to the electric meter man ... and I had forgotten a 4 yo had painted my face... till he smirked:sad:.
  5. rikki

    rikki Veteran

    My father in law says this all the time. I think he means it :biggrin:
  6. Rab

    Rab Über Member

    Nice one Noodley

    That made me laugh out loud this morning - fair cheered me up :biggrin:
  7. simonali

    simonali Guru

    Reminds me of Phoenix Nights where the little fat one went through the whole of series 2 with his face painted like a tiger coz the bloke who did it used car paint!
  8. surfgurl

    surfgurl New Member

    Mr Surf was telling off the eldest Surfboy about some misdemenour involving his general teenage attitude. He ended with "I wish you would show me a little more respect." Surfboy replied with "But Dad, I am showing you as little respect as I can."
    It's been downhill since then!
  9. Sh4rkyBloke

    Sh4rkyBloke Jaffa Cake monster

    Manchester, UK

    Fantastic Noodley. I expect I'll have some of this myself as I have 2 girls. As there's only 3.5 years (ish) between them there won't be too much of a window of opportunity when the eldest can spell but the youngest can't (and so may be able to get away with it) but I'm sure she'll try!

    Made me laugh heartily when I read it, so much so that I had to share it with my colleagues here as they thought I'd just cracked (mentally). :rolleyes:
  10. vbc

    vbc Guest

    There's a lot to be said for contraception.
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