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Overheard this morning: (character on television): A subway is an network of trains that run underground. 8 yo: Mom, couldn’t he have just said “an underground train”? Wouldn’t that have been a lot better—and shorter?
War balloon raft
Just overheard… 8 yo: (playing with legos) Look, he setting off in his war ship! Well, actually, it’s his his war balloon raft.
Just overheard at gas station… 6 yo: it’s says laser wash. 8 yo: what’s that mean? 6 yo: I don’t know? Maybe they shoot lasers at us when we drive through?
My girls just said my deodorant smells like Desitin. I doubt that’s what they were shooting for when they created the “sheer powder” fragrance…
The beauty of social media: Sears listened
Image via Wikipedia You may recall that earlier this morning I blogged about my Kenmore toaster oven’s glass door that inexplicably shattered overnight when no one was around. It was a little over a year old and I no longer had the receipt for it. I also tweeted about it to the attention of @MySears, Sear’s customer service Twitter account. My thinking was that: 1) it was just a...