Thursday, February 12, 2009

yakkety yak, yep that's khak

Or "A Tale of Regret"

If a friend should meet you in the lunchroom
and say to you "try to keep this down"
take two steps away from the concoction
Don't take time to even look around.

My dearest child,

"Disgusting Mixtures" are a right of passage. Whether its Alphabet Soup with Orange Juice and Maple Syrup, Butterfinger Bars with processed cheese, or chicken chunks with applesauce and colorful chocolate peices, all boys do this. Even green beans with maple syrup is nothing new.
However, as your mother, I must warn you that should you be sent home sick again for not keeping down "disgusting mixtures" (ie: spewing disgusting mixture all over the lunchroom when you could not control your gag-reflex) you may find yourself sitting alone in your bed eating whatever "disgusting mixture" your mother can come up with. Puking in the lunchroom during Flu season is not treated lightly, and in the future, puking up disgusting mixtures causing yourself to be sent home from school early ( under suspicion of illness...not jack-assery) will cause serious consequences to befall you.

Sincerely,

Your Loving Mother.

16 comments:

Kristina P. said...

Wow, sounds like a good day!

Blog is my Co-Pilot said...

"disgusting mixtures"...mmmm chicken....

Lara said...

Just thinking about it makes me want to puke.

The Wixom Zoo said...

Bwahaha!!! My brother used to put ketchup and mustard in his milk carton at school so that he could get sent home early. You have to admit, he's a creative ditcher. :)

Jillybean said...

Is this what you were going to brag about a few days ago?

Bee and Rose said...

Eeewww! My son talks about them, but hasn't done them...yet....

You are a brave woman...

rachel said...

Ugggghhhh...

Help Que and Brittany Adopt said...

I would just stick to stuff like the Gallon Challenge. At least with that, you're just getting ONE flavor.

So said...

Good times in school lunch rooms. This is why I was grateful we had an open campus and I could go home or to the nearest fast food eatery for lunch.

Melanie J said...

My 9-year-old was just bragging about this same kind of jackassery on Monday. I think he said he grossed out "all the girls in his class" but mixing everything on his plate, pouring chocolate milk on it, and eating it. Lovely.

Hartson family said...

I don't know, I think it's pretty dang funny. Of course, it hasn't happened to me yet. HA! Love you little buddy, your imagination is ever missed around here.

J. P. said...

psssst...I actually thought it was pretty funny too, but I don't want HIM to know that!

J. P. said...

JACKASSERY!!!! one of my favorite words!

Karen said...

Hilarious! Can you get past the grossness and applaud his ingenuity?

Tink said...

Ack! Sounds like you had a wonderful day! Not! Those mixtures DO sound disgusting. I hope YOU didn't have to clean up the lunch room mess.

tiburon said...

Siiiiiiiiiick.

I totally do not miss the mystery mixtures that haunted me in high school!