Cheesy Conversations

Becky was supposed to go to Career Camp but instead decided to skip and go to the gym with me. On the way home she ate her lunch that she had packed.

We were driving through the countryside with the windows open because the van's AC is on the fritz. And then the smell rolled over us in waves. It was tear jerking, noxious fumes.

Becky started rolling up her window and I said "it doesn't do any good to put up the window if the smell is coming from inside."

(I was teasing, of course. Every idiot knew that the overpowering smell was from pure liquid gold, er, manure. Every idiot that is except for my daughter.)

Really? Do you think it was my cheese? (She said with wide, innocent eyes.)

Why, did you cut it? (Snort, chuckle, giggle)

We laughed the rest of the way home.



(Yes. Yes, I am probably just as responsible for the potty humor that goes on in our house as my husband is. I'm an adolescentat heart, what can I say?)

21 comments:

Poltzie said...

You go to the gym too!! Honestly Karen, you set an example that is hard to live up to!

Michelle said...

C'mon now. If your kids can't have fun with you, who can they have fun with? I ran into skunk last night (nearly over, but I avoided the carcass fortunately). That was fun.

Andrea said...

She is so cute to have thought that her cheese could make that smell. The thought of her eating it!! LOL!! It's great to have a sence of humor, if we don't who will? :)

My boys are Army Brats said...

How cute! Poor girl will hold it until she explodes if she thinks she can smell that bad!

Allison Says said...

Haha, that's adorable. Nothing wrong with a little childish humor. One of my nicknames for Alex is "little poop" and when I called him that the other day around a 4 year old the 4 year old LOVED it. We had a great time talking about poop after that.

Flea said...

You and I - we're cut from the same cloth. Meant to have boys, keeping our girls from turning into prisses. :)

Karen said...

Is there any other kind of humor? Up until a year ago, my children use to fight over who's smell it was. Meaning they would all claim it, even if it wasn't theirs.

Pam said...

I'm the same way! Whenever we smell that familiar scent (by the way, I hate that scent!) - I always blame my husband and tell him he could have waited until we got home.

Caution said...

You know we're complete potty humor idiots here. My youngest had a classmate in kindergarten last year with an unusual name. Her name is Venus. You can only imagine the hours of joy that name brought to my boys.

Leanne said...

Yeah, your thirteen year old still laughs with you! This is good.

caramama said...

THAT is my kind of humor! Hehe.

Sandy C. said...

LOL!!! That is hilarious :) I love that she asked "it was my cheese?"... Hilarity!

Nap Warden said...

*chuckle*

HalfAsstic.com said...

No. It is impossible to ignore the obvious, easy, fun remarks, especially with your own kids!

JennyH said...

Oh my gosh! That is funny. What a perfect question from her and you were on top of it with your come-back!

Madame Queen said...

I'm so glad to know that I'm not the only one that encourages this type of humor! Just this morning we revived the "look under there. under where? ha ha you said underwear" jokes!

Debbie Yost said...

I'm glad I'm not alone! What good are kids if you can't enjoy a little bathroom humor once in a while.

VDog said...

ZOMG, that's hilarious.

I wish you were my mom.

LOL

jessica said...

we have plenty of that here (fart jokes)... you have to laugh!

Karen MEG said...

I heart you, seriously! You're a mom after my own fart --- oops, sorry, heart ;)

just jamie said...

You are a treat, yes you are.