We were driving up to a farm one day to buy some produce with our 6-year-old grandson when we saw a large sign stating, “Kids for Sale.” All of a sudden our grandson’s eyes got really big and he yelled out, “Grandpa, you’re not going to sell me, are you?” He calmed down when we told him they were selling kid goats.
Richard Bongiovanni, Broomfield
One hot summer day, my wife and I decided to take our 3-year-old granddaughter Harper out for ice cream. While we sat there enjoying the tasty treats, I noticed that Harper’s ice cream was melting all over the cone, so I asked my wife if she would clean it up. My wife looked over at Harper, grabbed her cone and started to lick it up. Harper, watching her, suddenly blurted out, “Whoa, Nana. You must be starving!” We had a great laugh.
Steve Vasquez, Akron
My 80-year-old father recently called me and asked if I could help him with some tech support. I said, “Sure. What’s the problem?”
“Well, I am having a problem with my Hi-Fi,” he answered.
I started thinking about a record player turntable and was confused. Then, I had a good laugh when I realized he was talking about his “Wi-Fi.”
Kelly O’Donnell, Masonville
My friend took her 4-year-old grandson to Dairy Queen for a summer treat. When she told him where they were going he asked, “Is the Dairy Queen married to the Burger King?”