About eating home, versus going out to eat:
"I don't want simple foods!"
About being at Disneyland, but not riding on rides:
"I'm not in it for the walk!"
About an elderly white fellow, wearing a straw cowboy hat:
"He knows the other
Those are just off the top of my head! Although he is not my child, he is my brother; he is a kid, and he says the funniest stuff sometimes.
My sister has a list, I will see if I can get it from her when I see her next.
EDIT (Holy smokes!)
How could I forget this one:
Asian lady at park reading from a book that is written in her native tounge. He peeks over at the book, she smiled and showed him the pages and asked
"Can you read that?"
He said, "Yes I can!" And continued with "Ching chang ching chang chong" Needless to say I was embarassed something fierce. (Lady knows my brother,
and his "special needs" (High Functioning Autisim/Aspergers)
I will say (for the most part) I get a blast at the quotes and snippits he provides.
Getting ready for school in the morning, he often can't find his shoes. So an argument ensues about "putting things where they belong."
He responded with: "It's not my fault, the leprecauns must have come in last night and moved them!!"
If people do not take down their holiday decorations (doesn't matter which holiday)
"WHAT THE?! Halloween was a week ago, they are breaking the law!!"
(I have to get that list...)
edit on 5/10/2012 by adigregorio because: (no reason given)
edit on 5/10/2012 by adigregorio because: (no reason