Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Everyone should know someone

Like our friend Nicole.

Several months Micah and I got a chance to play Apples to Apples with a few of our friends. One of these friends is a 13 year old named Nicole, and she is HILARIOUS!

I realize that Apples to Apples is the type of game that is only funny at the time, and only to the people who are playing. So, I'm sure this won't be funny to all of you. But, to those of you who know Nicole, I hope this brightens your day!

Here are a few of the quotes from the game:

"Does it make you as hot as poodles? That is the question."

"Oooo eeee! Nama nama nama! 1,2,3,4,5,6!" - Nicole in reference to Boyfriends

"That's fake...not unless they put a bomb in your underwear...that's fake." in reference to Spontaneous Combustion

"The bust up word" - later on in reference to Spontaneous Combustion. She can't actually say it correctly, but Spontaneous Combustion is her new favorite phrase.

On the Challenger Explosion card, there is a poem that reads: "Without a wish, without a will, I stood upon that silent hill and stared into the sky - Ralph Hodgson" and when I finished reading it out loud, Nicole chimed in with: "and blew up"

"The Bumb up word...I'm gunna have to learn that one"

"It's my favorite word now, But I still can't say it"

"This is going to be a nasty one...but it might be tasty to some people." in reference to olive oil

And the last one I'll leave you with:
"The dump? Now, what kind you guys talking? The trash can kind?...Micah, you're over there turning purple!"

4 comments:

JadeMerie said...

Can I use this in my ebook? Hehe!!!! I couldn't stop laughing. I would give you credit. I just think this is so funny. I have a section for funny things my kids have taught me and this would be PERFECT for it. :)

Mrs. M said...

Magen, I love your blog. It's a great way to keep up w/ you, Micah, and whoever else we might remember that you're commenting on.

Counting it all Joy!

tsbjf said...

She sounds like a character!

MagenRanae said...

Jademerie - you're more than welcome to use this in your e-book. It is, after all, your daughter, and I should be the one asking YOU permission!

Mrs. M - it took me a few minutes to figure out who you were - but I located your blog and am DELIGHTED to have found it! I'm planning on catching up on all the posts I've missed! Hope that's ok!