Sub - Plane Wrong
My 70 year-old father-in-law just bought an ultralight and drove to Minnesota
from Arkansas to get it and trailered it home. Upon their return, I took
the children to see it. The ultralight looked like a little helicopter
without the wings on it and my father-in-law was busy hovering over his new toy
and my son, Sam, exclaimed as we drove up, "Look what Papa invented!"
I resisted the temptation to say, "Sam, that's not Wright!"
My son Sam said that one of his teeth was hurting so I looked and discovered that he has his first loose tooth and I proudly announced it to the rest of
the family. While we were celebrating this fact my other son Parker (Sam's
identical twin with no wiggly teeth) became teary-eyed and said that he would never lose a tooth. I consoled him and told him the story of how I
was weepy when Alexa lost her first tooth and how I would probably be
weepier when my last child (Parker) loses his tooth. My husband said to
children, "Mommy, gets so sentimental over these things." and I
"No, just dentimental." Or that could be sentidental, I guess.
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If you had learnt French and its getting rusty