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Yeah Science

by on April 14, 2014

Milroy sighed. “No, Mum, I don’t see her. At all. She went invisible, remember?”

“Mum, it’s science. These things happen.”

“Yes, Mum, I’m keeping my lab coats clean.”

“And socks, too. I wouldn’t dream of resurrecting a manatee without clean socks.”

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This is my response to the weekly gargleblaster prompt, which was to write 42 words answering the question, “Do you see her much?”

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17 Comments
  1. shailajav permalink

    That was a hilarious picture right at the end 😀 Resurrecting a manatee, I believe! The mind boggles!

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  2. Don’t forget to put on clean underwear, too. You want to have clean underwear in case you get into an accident. 😉

  3. Kir Piccini permalink

    When you bring the chuckle, I know it’s good stuff.
    Moms! Seriously , right?

    thank you for the giggle.

  4. Haha…as a mom, I could imagine this. I’d also asked if he brushed his teeth… stink-breath can really hold back one’s career 🙂

  5. yeah I was gonna say the clean underwear line too – mothers!

  6. It is so important not to forget the clean socks!
    This made me smile.

  7. Hahaha… One has to laugh at this! Hilarious, and very relatable indeed… Moms, I know! Nicely done!

  8. I love the idea of only sharing one side of the conversion. Clever and unique!!

  9. I could hear a similar conversation in my head!

  10. Christine permalink

    *hahaha* One-sided conversations are the BEST! I loved “It’s science. These things happen.” I laughed out loud at my desk. 🙂 Thanks for gargleblasting!

  11. Truer words were never written. There’s absolutely no way resurrecting a manatee would work if you didn’t have the appropriate footwear. I loved this piece!

  12. Ha!ha!Hilarious take on the prompt-Moms will always be Moms 😉

  13. Ha! That is a good one… loved the ending. 🙂

  14. LOL. mothers! cant do without them

  15. Awesome! LOL! You can always be relied on to provide a unique perspective.

  16. jenbrunett permalink

    Ha! I miss those days. I’ll have to remember the clean socks when my kids get older. lol

  17. Ha! Love this take! 🙂

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