Monday, August 11, 2008
TG: What did you do at work today, Daddy?
DD: It was pretty busy. I had to talk to a lot of people.
TG: But what did you do?
DD: That’s what I did. I had to meet with a bunch of different people.
DD: Yeah, that’s when people get together to discuss things.
TG: But didn’t you do any work?
DD: Well, I did use the computer some…
TG: Yeah, that’s how people work.
Prof Dad: So what do you want to be when you grow up?
Son: I want to be a politician or a college administrator.
Prof Dad: that's an interesting combination. What made you choose those two?
Son: Because I want to make a lot of money and not do any work.
It was then that my friend realized that the son might have been paying too much attention to the grown-up dinner talk.
Too smart at six - we're in trouble!
Too funny, DD.
After the meeting, his comment was, "I can't believe you talked about tennis courts for a whole hour!"