Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Pretty Much

Little girl on the playground, talking to another little girl: "That's Ethan. He's my boyfriend. Every time I see him at school I bother him, and then he pushes me and tells me to go away."

Oh, relationships. If she had said, "And also I suspect he might want to kill me and is not entirely human," then I would have invited her to be the main character in a YA paranormal romance.

13 comments:

Lori M. Lee said...

Interesting. It was the opposite for me in third grade. My boyfriend would annoy, I'd tell him to go away. Then I dumped him and he told me that if I wanted to get back together, to meet him behind the school at a designated recess time. I didn't.

I often wondered what would have happened if I had. Ah, third grade.

Loralie Hall said...

I'm not sure whose logic I'm more enamored with - yours or hers.

Red Boot Pearl said...

hahaha oh man, young love... and thanks for the mental image I just had with that little scene.

Cynthia Lee said...

I still remember a walk on the playground with my second grade boyfriend who tried to impress me by showing me how far he could spit.

heidikins said...

Bwaahahahaha.

Awesome.

xox

Ebony McKenna. said...

They sure do start young!

My lad, 7, is still in the fart joke stage.

J.Lyn said...

It's funny 'cause it's true. Love this.

Megs said...

lol, that's all I have to say! :)

Nicole Zoltack said...

LMAO You crack me up! Not too sure that hubby appreciates you, though, considering that my laughing just woke him up. Whoops!

LinWash said...

How true to life! I once heard two nine-year-old girls who had cornered a frightened-looking boy telling the boy that he would be the boyfriend of one girl one week and the boyfriend of the other girl the following week. All I could do was shake my head and later tell my niece, "You will not do that!"

Cheri Chesley said...

And here I didn't have a boyfriend till 4th grade. Such a late bloomer. :)

Paranormal Opinion said...

ha ha ha...love it!

Jen knight said...

Lololol! I love girls. ;)

Sounds like the beginnings of a ya para I'd like to read! I'm a sucker for that stuff.