Hilarious, just only to come up with the twisted things he does.
And with an up and coming stand up comedian in the house one can never go wrong with a funny movie.
Of course I got distracted again from my Dirndl socks and had to make a mouse in a dress.
Yeah, nothing I can do against the urge to knit something that is not wearable but is just there to look at.
After one evening watching Bean I got this:
And then this afternoon it magically turned into this:
Meet Mildred mouse, a real Victorian lady, she is waving her fan, not for the fresh air but just to be ladylike, imagine her at a nice ball waiting to get her dancing card filled.
T has a friend over and he is staying the night. And with three men in the house the comments about Mildred are relentless. Why did I knit this? and not to mention "pink is really your color, it is soooooo girly" (insert squeaky imitation of a girls voice followed by a giggle attack)
But I got my revenge, I cooked a vegetarian meal today, NO MEAT.
His friend looked at me with big eyes of disbelieve and announced he did not eat vegetables, ever!!!!!!!!!!!!
(of course I knew that and my inner self was having a giggle fit of my own)
I asked what he ate at home and he said "pasta and meat".
To make the matter worse for his friend, T thought is was appropriate to give him a lesson about vitamins and fresh vegetables.
I did hear my voice in there somewhere and I have now the proof that he does listen if his parents give him a lesson for having a balanced meal.
Poor kid, he sat there and picked at his food with a fork, it had greens, and reds (bell pepper) and lima beans.
A little bit of chocolate pudding made him feel much better, and I have a feeling the goldfish that I have for them tonight are not going to last very long.