Tuesday, March 07, 2006

I know the day I am going to die

Conversation involved in today:

J (5) singing I like to move it move it
Me: How do you know that?
J: Just know ( looking at me in a peculiar way)
Me: Did you have a nice day?
J: Yes. We were flanging
Me: What's that?
J: Mother, it just is. Oh well, you don't know.

Wow. Words not familiar to me are starting to appear. I still don't know what flanging is. Something not adulty.
Afterwards J draw this boogie disco thing:

Conversation heard today between A (3) and his friend T (3):

A: I could visit you some day.
T: Okay. I don't know if we're at home on weekend.
A: Have you got babies toys or have you got big boys toys?
T: I've got transformers.
A: Are they from your childhood times?

I am old.I am not a teenager. But I could be. You don't know if I had lied.
Actually I'm just 19 ( I could have a 5- year-old son or could I?)
But no, I am not.
I saw a GW teaser showing pale legs in white long socks.
What did I do? Did I jump up and down and shout:

Squee! Yay! OMG Legs legs!
No. I felt like I was an old man peeping at schoolgirls. (This probably wasn't the intention.)
But then I came into my senses.
a) I'm not an old man (altough I might be and you didn't know that)
b) he's not a schoolgirl
and what was c?
I don't remember. I just heard a snap crackle and pop coming from my head and I'm not eating any rice crispies. Or am I?

Curiosity killed the cat, but confusion don't kill the fox. I've still got totally messy 51 years left.

I recieved an e-mail today and did the test. (It's in Finnish, but it is from web pages of Helsingin Sanomat (newspaper), so it must be a very reliable test indeed)
I got the result:

You're going to die on Monday 26th of November 2057.

Oh my. Did I put the kettle on?


Dave said...

Flanging is an audio process that combines two copies of the same signal, with the second delayed slightly, to produce a swirling effect. The process originated before digital effect boxes and computer editing were available. The effect, invented in the early 1950s by Les Paul and later used by artists such as Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles, was originally created using two tape recorders.

taigathefox said...

My son is obviously a genius not like his mother

tiina said...

OMG The Legs! :D

taigathefox said...

Mama Mature says: Don't turn the knife in the wound :)

occasional poster of comments said...

I rather like that that picture.

He's a talented lad.

occasional poster of comments said...

Oops. Two that's.

Also, I meant to say I loved the "Snap, crackle and pop" bit. Such a great way of putting it!

taigathefox said...

I rather rather like that that that picture too.

Sorry. It's popping and cracking again inside my head.