Words that Start with the Letter F

Yesterday J-Man hurt himself at school. He came home with a band-aid that he promptly took off and threw away. That kid hates band-aids. His sister loves band-aids and she goes through a box a week.

Sissy: I need a band-aid

Me: Where

Sissy: Right there

Me: I don’t see anything

Sissy: Well it hurts. I need a band-aid.

I asked him what happened and he showed me his hand. It was obvious he somehow got stabbed with a pencil.

Me: What happened?

J-Man: I don’t know. I got stabbed by my pencil. It was the sharpest one in my box. All my other pencils are broken.

Me: What did the teacher say.

J-Man: Nothing

Me: Did you wash your hand off before you got the band-aid?

J-Man: Ya. The nurse did it.

Me: Okay, you went to the nurse. What did she say?

J-Man: I don’t know. All I remember is she said a lot of words that start with the letter “F”.

Here are a couple of scenarios that have been running through my head.

Nurse: WTF! You kids are always freakin’ bothering me!

J-Man: I hurt my hand

Nurse: What the freak do you want me to do about it? Get you a freakin’ band-aid? I hate this freakin’ job!

or maybe it went something like this

J-Man: I hurt my hand

Nurse: Oh fiddle faddle! That must hurt. I have some funny band-aids for you.

J-Man: Okay

Nurse: Fortunately you came down here. This is my favorite job.

Which scenario do you think is closer to what she really said?

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7 Responses to Words that Start with the Letter F

  1. Anne says:

    I bet he would have remembered if there had been yelling and cursing. That always gets a kid’s attention. Niceness never seems to stand out as much. I hope he is ok (at least stitches, doesn’t start with F so you know she didn’t say, tell your mom she needs to get you stitches).

  2. Signe says:

    Oh, geez, I’m not sure I’d want to know…

  3. If I was the nurse I can assure you it would have been the first.

  4. Stacy says:

    I’m sure she was nice on the outside, although she may have been thinking the other one in her head!

  5. mrsbear says:

    Well, I hope she wasn’t dropping the F bomb as literally as you imagined, but I’d say the second exchange was equally unlikely. Maybe a blend of the two?

    “WTF happened to your hand? Here’s a funny band-aid, for your friggen finger…” 😉

  6. Leanne says:

    Go with the nice stuff. There’s enough of the rest of the other going on all around us so I’ve just decided to tune it all out. Care to join me in my bubble? 🙂

  7. Gibby says:

    I’m going with the first one. 🙂

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