Children say whatever is on their mind since they haven’t yet learned most of the social rules that keep us from blurting out our every thought.
David to three women standing in line together at Walmart:
“Are you all grandmas?”
Good grief! Why didn’t he just tell them they looked old? They did all have gray hair. Funny thing is, neither of his grandmothers have gray hair or look old. Because, a-hem, they of course are not old. (Hi, Mom and Mom-in-law.)
To the doctor:
“Who’s that?” David points to the doctor’s ID Badge that showcases a photo that was obviously taken several years ago.
“Who does it look like?” the doctor responds.
David studies the doctor and the photo for a minute, “You!”
“Yep, that’s me.”
“Uh-huh. When you were young and handsome.”
Why is there never a table to crawl under when you need one?