Sunday Six, BPR Style

Sunday, November 26, 2006

This week, with family, US Thanksgiving and Sweet Janelle running that awful fever, Kelly has told us she is unable to give us Sunday Six Questions.

But fear not my fine furry friends, I, Bluepaintred, will brave the recesses of my mind, fighting past cobwebs and candy bar wrappers to think of six interesting questions. Well not so much interesting questions as ones that provide us with interesting answers. I’m all about embarrassing my kids, after all.

There is no real Topic for these questions.

Blue Boy (4.7), Stuperman (2.6) And Rainbow Man (7.1) all participated.

1. Where do Babies come from?

Rainbow Man: Mommies tummies. A mom and a dad marry and then they make babies together.

Blue Boy: Peoples tummy. To cut our tummys open they get out.

Stuperman: Daddy is downstairs Mommy.

2. How does Santa get inside the house if you have no fireplace AND mommy locks the door?

Rainbow Man: Santa Claus uses the magic flu powder that lets him walk thru the walls with the presents and puts them under our Christmas tree.

Blue Boy: Santa Claus phones the police mans and the police mans use the tools to break down the door.

Stuperman: My house is… ohhhh. Danta Claus? I gib him cookie. (Giggles)

3. How is snow made?

Rainbow Man: Ice turns really cold and it dissolves into snow.

Blue Boy: From the sky. Water is in snow. When they melt.

Stuperman: No made? The snow is made mommy. By no mans. (in this case, no means snow)

4. Why do people wear underwear?

Rainbow Man: So people don’t see their privates

Blue Boy: Cus they are boys.

Stuperman: Gitchy no wet mommy. Dry. Big boy. Candy?

5. How do they get the snow in a snow globe?

Rainbow Man: First they put this snow in the glass, and then they put the thing they want on top of the glass.

Blue Boy: (holding a snow globe ornament) they put glitter in and glue it on and make santa claus. Can it stand like this? (daddy said no) It can hang. (shakes it wildly)

Stuperman: no lobes. Shake em! (again, no means snow)

6. Why do they put stripes on a candy cane?

Rainbow Man: To make them look prettyier. Because they are decorations.

Blue Boy: Cus they are supposed to make the whole red gone and it,... the whole thing is white.

Stuperman: Stripes on a candy cane? Gimmee candy cane mommy. I like candy cane.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's awsome. I loved Blue Boy's response "Blue Boy: Santa Claus phones the police mans and the police mans use the tools to break down the door".

4:27 PM, November 26, 2006  
Blogger Mr. Fabulous said...

Why not send Stuperman down to us for a few months? I wanna hang out with my hero!

5:09 PM, November 26, 2006  
Blogger Lori said...

Our boys sound so much alike, and they always come up with such great answers.

PS I want some magic flu powder.

5:59 PM, November 26, 2006  
Blogger Catch said...

Stuperman is always up for a little candy isnt he??? lol

6:49 PM, November 26, 2006  
Blogger Bluepaintred said...

Big Daddy have I mentioned how weird it feels to be calling someone Big Daddy?

Mr. Fab You are on. Priority Shipping, two days here to there. I will send clean underwear and some cookies

Lori Betcha Rainbow man and Snake would be best buds

Catch Yup. Yet another thing he takes after his mommy with!

7:11 PM, November 26, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like Stuperman wants you to go see Daddy and get another brother.

7:42 PM, November 26, 2006  
Blogger Fantastagirl said...

LMAO - your kids crack me up - LOVE their answers!

7:44 PM, November 26, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Always love the innocent answers of kids...especially when it is about how babies are made. LOL


10:16 PM, November 26, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that was a very cute sunday loved it!

1:41 AM, November 27, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks blue-like the caramilk mystery-I've alawys wondered how the snow gets in that little globe.

6:06 AM, November 27, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

man, I gotta get ahold of some of that magic flu powder shit. :D

1:00 PM, November 27, 2006  

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