Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Sometimes, working at the Asylum makes me angrier than an ant who has just lost its hill to a big foot but there are those rare occasions when I giggle uncontrollably.

I was sitting at my desk, trying to find my cloning machine so that I may honor the world with more Bees and maybe they would help me get some work done, when I overheard this little conversation between a mom who was filling out paperwork and her young son.

Little Boy: Mommy! My butt is full up with pooooooo!

Mommy: I'll take you potty in a minute.

Little Boy: But mommy! Is gonna come out!

Mommy: Just hold it. Mommy needs to finish something for the doctor.

[some silence]

Little Boy: Hold it likes dis mommy?

Mommy: Oh Jakey!! What's on your hands??

Little Jakey: My poooooo!

 

And then there was chaos in the waiting room but happiness in the business office. 

12 comments:

  1. Ah yes. Mission accomplished.

    (And little Bee laughed a little laughter)

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  2. I knew there was a reason I didn't pop a pooh-machine out of my woo-hoo.

    ;-)

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  3. That mom totally deserved that!
    Good for you Jakey!

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  4. Lol!!! That's what she gets for telling him to hold it!!

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  5. It sounds like your first cloning priority will be to make copies of the cleaner.

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  6. hey, he just did what she told him to.

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  7. Ahhh, motherhood!

    So did they take a sample for the doctor? You know, since it was out, and they were at the doctor's? Kill two birds with one stone... ;0)

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  8. I keep waiting for something to happen like that in my place of business.

    No, not the pooh thing.

    I meant the someone following directions thing.

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  9. my brother crapped in a display potty at Sears when he was a tyke

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  10. I agree w everyone else. That mother totally deserved that. Moron.

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  11. That mom is an IDIOT! When you kid tells you they have to go, they REALLY have to go!

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