Saturday, August 23, 2008

Olympic Conversations

While watching swimming:


Me: Who's that?
La Petite: Michael Phelps.
Me: I didn't recognize him. He looks like an ordinary guy.
La Petite: I recognized his torso.
Me: chokes on coffee


Amigo: It's road racing now. I think it's motorcycles.
Me: It's actually bicycles.
(Remember, he's visuallly impaired, can't see the tv well)
Amigo: It sure sounds like a motorcycle.
Me: Oh, now they're showing a different angle. The camera following the bikes is on a motorcycle. That's the motorcycle you're hearing.
Amigo: Okay, I knew there was a motorcycle.

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8 Comments:

Blogger Sheila said...

Hee, hee. I watched Michael Phelps swim enough that I could also recognize his torso. :)

8/23/2008 8:38 AM  
Blogger G's Cottage said...

I think that qualifies as a "Mom" moment.

8/23/2008 10:29 AM  
Blogger Flea said...

:)

Phelps looks a little like Fred Gwinn to me.

8/24/2008 3:22 AM  
Blogger Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

The torso! Ha!

8/24/2008 4:03 PM  
Blogger Lynn - the piggy bank painter said...

your kids are very attentive to details ; )

8/24/2008 8:38 PM  
Blogger Heidi said...

Good thing we have kids because otherwise I would be so stupid. They help me point out the obvious! lol And his torso is very nice isn't it?

8/24/2008 11:28 PM  
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8/26/2008 1:56 PM  
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8/26/2008 6:49 PM  

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