Wednesday, December 16, 2015



So a son had his tonsils removed this morning, and watching (listening!) to him come out of the anesthesia was entertaining.  To say the least.   As it turns out, this son is a freaking force of nature when he's completely unfiltered.

The commentary never stopped.  Whenever the nurse walked through the room he'd say, "Pam!  Is it hard to be nice to people all day?"  And then he would start rapping, yo.  Straight out of Compton!

He also asked another nurse if I should continue to let my hair go gray or if I should dye it.

And then he flipped me and his dad off like we were Australians in that episode of Flight of the Conchords where Dave has to teach the boys from New Zealand how to give someone the bird, after which they all head down to the Australian embassy and flip off a guard because you know how it is. Sometimes you just have to flip off a guard from Australia.



Louise Plummer said...

Even if you don't say his name, this behavior identifies him immediately. Get well, naughty boy.

James said...

I love that son, unfiltered and all.

Philsy C said...

I love that kid.

Philsy C said...

BTW... Jimmy's picture is INCREDIBLE.

Lisa B. said...

One time when my youngest was under anesthesia but still able to converse--they needed him to be able to tell them stuff--the doctor asked, 'how does your foot feel?' and my son reportedly said, 'it feels fine. how does YOUR foot feel?' Anesthetic = comedy gold, apparently.