A Side of Rice

Hopefully Humorous (and sometimes R-rated) Musings About Life

It’s Time to Play ‘Who Said That’? (Spring Break Edition)

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Becky is spending Spring Break at home with her boys this year. So far – and only 2 days in – it’s been a true test of patience. Everyone’s.

When patience is tested, people say the darndest things. So, if you think you know the Rice family, see if you can guess who said it – Becky, her husband or her boys!

Who said: “Why do I have to load the dryer all by myself?”
If you said Becky, you would be correct. If you said her boys, you didn’t realize they were born without the laundry gene. More irrefutable proof they are their father’s sons.

Who said: “Get off of me!”
If you said Becky’s boys as they wrestle and grab-ass for the millionth time, you would be correct. If you said Becky as she attempted to shoo away a multitude of stink bugs that got in after the boys left the sliding door open, you would also be correct.

Who said: “How ’bout some lunch?”
If you said Becky, you would be wrong. If you said her son Nick, as he stood in front of the TV at about 2:00pm blocking Becky’s view of a Jerseylicious marathon in order to get her attention, you would be correct.

Who said: “Whose shoes are these?”
If you said Becky, you would be wrong. If you said her husband who often complains that Becky leads the league in shoes downstairs, you would be correct.

Who said: “Who made this mess?”
If you said the boys – after Becky attempted to make dinner – you would be correct.

Who said: “Do you think we are made of money?”
If you said Becky, you would be wrong. If you said her husband, in response to her sobbing pleas that child care should be secured immediately and at whatever cost for the remainder of Spring Break after only two days at home with the boys, you would be correct.

Who said: “F*ck”
If you said her son Alex as he sang the not-so-radio-friendly version of CeeLo’s hit song, you would be correct. If you said her husband when he got home to find that Becky had forgotten about a little league practice, you would also be correct. If you said Nick, you would be wrong. He only used the word “ass”, as in “Mom, Alex said I was an ass”. Which was immediately followed by Becky saying “F*ck”.

Who said: “You are supposed to share!”
If you said Becky, you would be wrong. If you said the boys when Becky wouldn’t give back the controller after she kicked ass playing 100 pin bowling on Wii, you would be correct.

Who said: “What do you want for dinner?”
If you said Becky, you would be wrong. If you said her husband, you would be wrong. If you said the waitress at Glory Days, you would be correct (and you know Becky too well).

Who said: “The Monday after Easter is a Holiday too!”
Trick question! If you said Becky you would be wrong. It was actually the boys who are very excited about an extra day off. If it was Becky, the sentence would end with a question mark, followed an exclamation point of desperation/frustration. Plus, the sentence would have started with “F*ck”.

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Author: A Side of Rice

Married, mom, marketing professional. Loves swearing, pedicures and celebrity meltdowns. Hates making dinner and working the little league concession stand.

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