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‘No toking’: kids write the funniest things

T is for tights

T is for tights

Spotted these funny notes in the Huffington Post this morning, and thought I’d share them with you… The one about the tits / tights reminded me of something: about 20 years ago my elder sister decided that instead of shaving or waxing her legs she’d try bleaching them. On holiday that summer my then-boyfriend, with no hint of irony, complimented her on her expensive angora tights. That in turn reminded me of a compliment paid to our Sunday school teacher by a friend of mine: ‘Oh Mrs Grant, how your moustache glistens in the sun!’

No talking

No talking

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3 thoughts on “‘No toking’: kids write the funniest things

  1. Perfect way to start the day-laughing hard! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    • Hi: I was out late last night and didn’t get much sleep, which is why this morning’s post was just the three pics. And until I got your message I’d been beating myself up for not writing a proper post. Thanks for the feedback: it made me feel so much better.

      How did you come across LGL, by the way? It’s nice to have you on board.

      Chris

    • Thought I’d add a few words to this post: check it out. Thanks.

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