Thursday, January 22, 2009

SaTyre! ;-)

This was a conversation between a close relative and her 3.5 year old son. Get ready to roll on the floor with laughter.

The little boy owns a toy truck with small tyres, one of which (a spare one, I guess) he was apparently very fond of detaching from the body of the truck. His mother persevered and made it a point to put the tyre back in its place time and again. One fine day, she lost her patience, gave up and decided to throw the tyre into the dust-bin (the typical small basket-like thing most of us use at home) for she concluded that her boy did not probably want the tyre.

The boy returned from school that evening, discovered that the tyre was missing and interrogated his mother about its whereabouts. The mother said "You keep taking it off from the truck anyway. Looked like you did not need it...so I threw it into the dust-bin"

Our little fella looked upset and shocked and said "Why?? Oh why did you throw it into the dust-bin? Would anyone ever throw it into the dust-bin?"

The mother retorted "Yeah.....you're right! I shouldn't have thrown the tyre. I should have actually thrown the person who kept removing it into the dust-bin"

The little fella responded (with a serious expression) in no less than a second "Oh no! I will not fit into the dust-bin!"

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We want more such saTyreical humor! :-D LoL!

7 comments:

Yayaver said...

just want to say-- child is father of the man...

Hari said...

My wife had a similar experience last week. My son (3.5 years old) has not been completing his coloring tasks at pre-school and the teacher had informed us this. When asked, he said that he does not have "intet" (he wanted to say interest) in coloring. My wife asked him what he meant by "intet". He said intet is what you dont have when you have nothing for something. (he actually said this in kannada, which is a little difficult to translate).
Thinking about this now...

R u oK said...

We grow up and LEARN, and ultimately we Learn that the key to happiness is not to Learn, but to UNLEARN.

Nimmy said...

Hari! Hilarious! What a wonderful brain your son has! :-))

R u OK - Awesome thought. I totally agree! :-))

Nimmy said...

Yayavar! Indeed! :-)

Tejaswi said...

I am such a sucker for something like this :) Absolutely hillarious :)

Nimmy said...

Hey Tejaswi...glad you share my feelings! Must publish more of this chap's adventures and statements, then...! Hold on...! :-))