Sean: Ugh, it’s time for this test tube full of Scope to go.
Jane: No! Not in the sink over the dishes! It’s got urine in it!
Sean: You let Cinder keep a test tube full of urine next to our wine glasses? For how long?
Jane: It’s not full of urine, it only has a little bit of urine in it–it’s mostly mouthwash. And isn’t the point here that I stopped you from pouring it over our dishes, which if you had done, would have had you rushing out to buy new dishes before our next meal?
Sean: You are so my son’s mother.
Yup. To that end, I offer more proof:
Sean: Is this test tube in the sink the urine test tube?
Cinder: I don’t know. There are lot of test tubes in the house. Odds are good someone peed in one of them at some time.
Cinder: Well, ,when I say someone, I mean me. But if it makes you feel better, I don’t remember peeing in any test tubes recently.
Ender: I do!
Sean: I want my own sterilized kitchen. And none of you can ever come in.
Well. This is why I didn’t tell him about The Floor Peas.
First published October 8, 2012, Nothing By The Book
“Jane, why the re-run?”
“A) Funny as all hell, no? B) I’m travelling. Guess where? Guess where? Clues: critical items in the suitcase were good walking shoes, painkillers, and a hot pink bikini. PS Dear clients, also a laptop. Always, the laptop.”
LOL, that is awesome. Happy travels!
Why… The re-runs? The painkillers? Or why… The mouse?
WHY THE URINE? You’re driving me crazy, woman!
What is going on?
Are you trying to clone your family?
Can I have one of them?
Love it. But I’m not telling my 8 year old. As far as I’m aware the test tubes he leaves around our house don’t contain urine (yet). My husband was disgusted enough to hear the kids were testing the pH of their pee.
I”m travelling with my laptop too. Turkey. Hope you’re having a great time.