Jan 8, 2009

OMG...LOL!!!

Last night my hubby updated his Facebook account and was typing a comment in response to and old high school ID card photo. Our oldest daughter Chardonnay was with us and watched her dad as he typed away.

My comment to his photo was "Oh lawd, and I married you anyway! LOL!"

He then responds to say something dumb along the lines of "and yes, you continue to praise the heavens above everyday. lol!" *coughs...whatever!*

Chardie then says Uh Bawbie and Papo...LOL??? You are not cool! Please don't think you are just because you say lol!! We laughed so hard and explained that lol has been around a while now, even before she knew it existed.

We then go into the conversation about how kids these days think they came up with everything. For instance the word swagger. Youngsters think this is a word of their time since some rapper put it in a song and made a big hit out of it. Sorry kids, swagger is an old timey word :P I just love listening to my kids points of view on things. They are hysterical!

At the end of the conversation Dwayne and I both claim that we are indeed cool. Chardie agreed that I was cool but that Papo was a straight up fool! Now that one deserves a big LOL!!!

11 comments:

  1. LOL!!!!

    Now you know she's telling the truth!

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  2. Tell history always repeats itself. It's a non-stop cycle.

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  3. Hilarious! I love the conversation with your child and that she decided that Dwayne is not cool.

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  4. Foolishly cool, I am so cool that they call me Kewl. How ya like me now ?

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  5. laughing or lol 1 parent out of 2 aint bad

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  6. PARTY AT MY HOUSE!!!! ILL EVEN SUPPLY THE ADULT BEVERAGES,AND BELIEVE ME MY TRUCK KNOWS THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE ADULT BEVERAGE STORE.

    ps ya'll never said what you thought about the dual xmas cards

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  7. LOL! My oldest are only 5 now, but I am sure I have lots of you-are-so-not-cool-mom! talks in my future.

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  8. So true! My DD is still at the age (7) where we both acknowledge that I am more "in the know."

    But I'm sure that will change at about, oh, 11...?

    I'm glad you found my blog and I found you.

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  9. LOL!!

    I think it's hilarious, when my husband and I refer to old sitcom sayings. Then my daughter hears and is convinced Hannah Montana made them up first!

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  10. That's it! I'm gonna con Dwayne into adding me to his facebook - I'm obviously missing out on more hijinks! I'll have to give you a call soon.

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