His Awesomeness is taking the kid to school until the school bus kicks in (it's on his way to work) and I'll pick her up. This is his account of how it went:
Ah yes, nothing is easy. I'm thinking of creating a game to amuse myself. Maybe I'll make bingo cards, or maybe I'll just give myself a prize every fifth or tenth time I say certain phrases. So far I have:
- You can have a snack AFTER you eat some real food.
- You have to eat a protein that isn't pepperoni.
- suppressing the urge to say "Because I said so" because it would be pointless to say it out loud.
- Pepperoni isn't a carbohydrate.
- You can buy it with your own money (but I'm not buying it for you).
- Not even if you buy it with your own money (usually refers to age-inappropriate clothes or inappropriately-timed sweets).
- When you join a band, we can talk about it (in reference to faux leather mini-skirts, metal studded bras and other garments that would be appropriate stage wear, but slut wear in most other contexts.
Join in. What sentences do you say too often, either at home or at work?