Laughing out loud over here....
We need to come up with a name for these, something synonymous with Story people, but you know, not. Beth-something or other ... hilarious... the last little bit just always makes the laughter rush right out of me!
hahaha. so funny
I was wondering how you were doing, and this is a perfect sum of all your parts.Classic.
mothers always know ...
Oh I wish I had thought of that comeback. I still struggle with vegetables eventhough I know they are good for me.
Such a sweet, amusing post, Beth. I remember all too well sitting at the dinner table not wanting to eat my vegetables and legumes, such as lima beans, peas, carrots, black-eyed peas. At times, feeding them to Ponty, our cocker spaniel, who sat under the table begging. My mother never forced her children to eat things they didn't like. She just said, "If you don't like it, don't put it on your plate." But, now, as an adult, I love those types of foods. Cheers Beth!!
Mom always used to say that it was OK to eat the burnt toast, and that it would put hair on my chest.Uh...mom...no thanks!This was so funny. You know how to snag us unexpectedly at the end with the zinger. It made me laugh out loud. Which is dangerous, because I am SUPPOSED to be working!
good punch line,Thanks
totally laughing here
Mothers are human huh, we have to admit to those thoughts sometimes. That was a pretty great answer from a little kid!
A great afternoon chuckle that is much needed after the meeting from hell....LOL
You make me smile everyday !How come cooked carrots taste yucky and raw ones are so good ?Hmmm...Have a cozy evening, lovely Beth !
LMAO LMAOi never liked cooked carrots either...until i learned to cook them with butter and brown sugar. now they're like a colorful dessert.
Oh I love this, thanks for the chuckle. take care.
Nice one, Beth!
Very funny!Thanks for the laugh!
do you like carrots now???? I love cooked carrots but the rest of my fmily has no appreciation for them.
Beth, there is always one in every family......LOL. Many Hugs, :-)
when i think ballerina i think eating disorder :(... well not always of course.I worked with ballerina's... that's how this thought comes to mind.Awesome photo.best wishesRibbonps... on another note ~ did you receive the invitation and if so would it be possible for you to let me know your reply. Thank you.
Do you make these up? Because I freaken love this!
thanks for yet another smile. for me it was cauliflower, I used to hide it in my masked potatoes. Still can't eat it.
LOL! Bet you were a handful!
Too cute Beth- I had a few of those children myself :)
I wish that I'd been able to come back with a smart ass comment, especially when it came to eating carrots. God, I hate carrots!
cheeky comes to mind, *grin*
You crack me up...so you grew up big and strong and a smart ass?
Beth, you are so darn funny! I love my visits here with you....~ snickering all the way back to my blog~ dancing in my head a smart ass ballerina!
ROFL!!!! Or a woman who knows her own mind!!??!! Love the photo!HugsSueAnn
Oh no! She can't grow up weak and be a ballerina! Simply cannot!
bahahha! i grew up pretty big and strong with very few vegetables. now i am trying to make up for it! :)
How I hated carrots when I was a kid....and how many times I had to sit at the table until either I or my mother gave in about me eating them...now I love them...was it worth all those power plays?
I hope there is a part of that little ballerina inside of me somewhere.Love it.
Just the thing I needed to make me laugh this morning. What a brilliant smart ass.
what a kicker so funny i wasn't expecting that
completely sweet and funny... ♥
Another perfect Beth Truffle. Awesome!
**I love reading the comments you leave, as they make me feel like we're sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of tea, discussing life and wondering where all the time has gone ...beth