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March 31st, 2002

Broken Socks

According to my 4-year-old niece, if you have a hole in your socks, they’re “broken.” She also refers to our air matress as our “balloon bed.” Kids are so cute.

Posted in Everyday Life

FROM: Robert [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday March 31, 2002 -- 6:58:15 pm
(Trying desperately not to make a joke about "balloon knots.")



FROM: fresh
DATE: Sunday March 31, 2002 -- 7:45:36 pm
my 3 year old cousin said she saw someone with "his ear pierced on his eyebrow" all i could picture was a pierced ear on an eyebrow, also robert did you think of refrencing a hot dog end?



FROM: Monica
DATE: Sunday March 31, 2002 -- 8:35:03 pm
a girl I used to babysit liked to help her mom out in the garden. Her idea of watering the plants was picking off the leaves/flowers and dropping them into the watering can! :-) Phonetically, it was "watdering thee pants"



FROM: Chris [E-Mail]
DATE: Monday April 1, 2002 -- 9:47:26 am
Doctor: Breck, read the smallest line on the eye chart
Breck (my 7 year old son)- I can't
Doctor: OK - read the top line
Breck: I can't
Doc: You can't see any of the letters on the eye chart?
Breck - I can see the letters just fine, but I can't read those words - they don't make any sense to me.



FROM: Brianna
DATE: Tuesday April 2, 2002 -- 5:59:47 pm



FROM: Brianna
DATE: Tuesday April 2, 2002 -- 6:02:22 pm
Little kids little kids little kids. I'm more on the side of Ms. Hannigan when she sings her "Little Girls" song. But then, all you don't have my siblings. Kids are cute when you don't live with them, and you don't have to carry them to their rooms when they chase you around with knives when your folks aren't home. Kids, Kids, Kids



FROM: Ryan
DATE: Tuesday April 2, 2002 -- 10:20:55 pm
I once babysat two kids that locked me in their basement...



FROM: Brianna
DATE: Wednesday April 3, 2002 -- 10:43:00 pm
that's scary Ryan. My little sisters locked me in the bathroom once, by putting a chair underneath the handle, and putting bricks by the crack under the door. They're demons, I tell you. The kids I babysit for are cute. They play "Babysitter" and take turns being me. They make houses out of couch cushions and just kinda play house. It's so cute.



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