Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Drugs are bad, y'all.

I was digging through my camera from February and saw this little gem I just had to's a project my twins did for President's Day.

  I was so glad to have two kids in the class, because for a minute there I was freaking out.   They had to copy a little mini bio from a sheet the teacher had given them.  I read the one on the right first and my eyes bugged out when I saw that George Washington apparently liked mEth.  My brain was racing...did they even have meth back then?  I don't remember hearing about this when we toured his house...  I ran for the other twins backpack and found that George Washington actually just loved MATH...huge relief, guys!  Please notice that the meth free George Washington looks loads happier with his choices in life.  Further proof drugs are bad!

I have a finish to post about soon, but I couldn't resist sharing a little glimpse into what keeps our household lively.


  1. OMG, tooo funny! Hehe :) Can't wait to see your latest share!
    Are you testing out a new font? It's a little hard to read - the t's aren't crossed in this font for some reason, strange!

  2. Oh kids. My son last year brought home a paper outlining whet his favorites are... he spells like his Mama! His favorite drink is Cock of course. I laughed so hard I cried! Thank goodness he wasn't right there!

  3. Hilarious! What cute little art projects.

  4. Oh, I love this. What a fun post.

  5. I am laughing so hard I'm crying, Mary! This is HILARIOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!! "Did they even have meth back then?" CRACKING UP!!!!!!!!!

  6. hahahahahahahahahahaaaa!!!!!! Brilliant!

  7. HA! I am sorry, but I just laughed my a** off. I remember doing similar things when my twins were little myself, although not for this reason. I think your story has all mine combined beat. I know twins are a huge amount of work but, in times like this having them to enable comparing homework/lessons can be a huge blessing. LOL


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