Sunday, March 6, 2011

Sunday Funnies: The Very Little Sis

What you may not know is that I am 11 years younger than my sister, Cami.  Now that we are adults, that doesn't seem to matter as much but when we were young, it made a lot of difference.  Picture it...I am just learning to read and she is starting to date.  I am learning to ride a bike without training wheels and she is learning to drive a car.  I am starting preschool and she is taking exams.  Well, today I was thinking of a few times that are funny now but undoubtedly embarrassing to her at the time.

*The waitress at Frisch's noticed that Cami and I ordered the same drink...vanilla coke.  She stated that it was so cute that mom and daughter ordered the same thing.  Wow, that's a young mom but I guess it happens sometimes, right?

*I remember sitting at the dinner table with Cami and her boyfriend.  All of a sudden, I must have decided that I couldn't handle the texture of the food I was eating so I just opened my mouth and let everything fall out onto the plate below.  I thought that she would die of embarrassment.  FYI, he survived.

*I enjoyed playing with the battery powered Hot Wheel monster trucks.  To be a nice guy, her boyfriend let me hang around and play while they talked.  The next thing you know, I had "driven" the truck up his arm and into his stylish 80's hair.  The monster truck wheels spun in his hair and wrapped it up into a terrible mess.  I still don't remember how we solved that one.

*The mailman came and I rushed to retrieve it.  Inside the mailbox I saw a sample sized box of Tampax.  I loudly announced, "Cami, your plugs are here!"

*Cami and her friends used to get me to stick my tongue out and pretend to be a member of the band "Kiss."  Then one of her friends taught me some colorful words.  When I went back upstairs I politely called Mom several new words.  Mom's face changed quickly and she yelled, "CAMI!!"  She still says that I used curse words appropriately for a little kid.

Well she still speaks to me anyways.  Did your sibling ever embarrass you?

Today's internet joke

All eyes were on the radiant bride as her father escorted her down the aisle. They reached the altar and the waiting groom. The bride kissed her father and placed something in his hand. The guest sitting in the front pews responded with ripples of laughter. Even the priest smiled broadly. As her father gave her away in marriage, the bride gave him back his credit card.

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