“I’m usually more polite than this, but my mom says there’s no pleasing you.”
One thing I’ve noticed about kids and cartoonists: they say things we wish we could say. But kids get in trouble for it.
“I sure miss the good old days—before Mom got wise to me.”
I suspect mom misses the good old days before she had to get wise to you.
“Did you hear my dad snore?”
Hey, that was the coolest part of the service.
“Dad took me to the zoo. Our animal came in first and paid $18.00.”
Honestly, dads, you have to coach these kids better.
“I don’t believe in the stork, Easter Bunny, or Santa anymore, and I’m beginning to have my doubts about Alan Greenspan.”
Honestly, with the stuff adults tell you, how do you know what to believe?
“How’s the old prostate, Dad?”
There you go—get your facts from TV commercials.
“My broker says not to sell; I’m still young enough to make up my losses.”
Sigh. Oh, geeze, kid, I sure hope so.