Dumb and Dumber

“Hey Jay, do you think it would hurt if I pegged you in the eye with this tennis ball going 67 mph?” Will-10

“Well Will, it might hurt a little, but I’ll let you try it if I can wear some sunglasses. It’s probably not safe without them.” Jay-8

“Ok Jay, good idea! Go run in the house and ask Mom for some sunglasses, then stand against the fence so we can find out.” Will-10

Thankfully, Will has bad aim and I’m pretty sure he can’t throw 67 mph. Although, I’ve never clocked him.

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16 Responses to Dumb and Dumber

  1. John Erickson says:

    Have you considered a safer playtime activity for the boys? Like, say, sky-diving? Or fencing, with broadswords? 😉
    By the way, if I can find them this summer, I could always loan you a couple WW2 helmets. You know, just until Will’s interests turn to girls. 😀


  2. Hahaha…
    it’s always fun until someone loses their sunglasses. 🙂


  3. Lenore Diane says:

    I think you’re eavesdropping on the conversations between my two boys, YA. I rarely intervene, because I am laughing too hard. Charlie only had to wear a patch for a month, with no permanent damage. (kidding.)


  4. I am always amazed that my three managed to get out of childhood with a total of six eyes.


  5. jacquelincangro says:

    Well, 67 mph would be totally dangerous, but I bet 66 mph would be fine. 🙂


  6. haha you’re kids crack me up


  7. rich ripley says:

    If you ever get short on blog material….buy ’em some BB guns. You’ll have LOADS of material then. Then just a friendly piece of advice…look at lowering your health insurance deductible. 🙂


  8. Sandi Ormsby says:

    EXCELLENT! in our family, the 7 year old is lying on the living room floor, my 5 year old is standing on top of the back part of the couch (as high as possible)…the 7 year old says:

    “Now it’s your turn to jump on me”


    They’ve never watched WWF. I think wrestling was created by kids. The whole Jumping off the rope onto your opponent! My kids demonstrated very nicely.

    Lake Forest, CA USA


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