Cats and computers

Jack: Is Spectre a boy? (that’s our neighbor’s cat)

me: Yep.

Jack: How do you know?

me: They told us he’s a boy.

Jack: How did THEY know.

me: Maybe the person that gave them Spectre told them.

Jack: Oh. Then how do we know Paulina is a girl? (neighbor’s dog)

me: Again, they told us she’s a girl, remember? And she has a girl’s name.

Jack: But how do we know if no one ever tells us!

me: Boy dogs have a penis. Girl dogs don’t. Same goes for cats.

Jack: You really don’t have to tell me the gross stuff.

me: You asked.


Jack: I really want a computer.

me: For what?

Jack: So I can do my work. I would get really really good grades if I had a computer.

me: You already have good report cards. How will a computer help?

Jack: I can look up stuff, and check my information.

me: You know you can borrow my computer anytime you need to look something up.

Jack: I don’t like borrowing. I like using and keeping and owning.



6 thoughts on “Cats and computers”

  1. Your SEX story reminds me: My parents took Noah and my nephew Wyatt (10) to Florida a few weeks ago for a week. Apparently both boys (especially Wyatt) really enjoyed their naked time after their showers at night, and Wyatt had a proclivity for bending over to get stuff out of his dresser drawer (bottom drawer – I blame my parents for having no forethought – they’ve met the kid and they know he likes bending over naked), giving everyone a lovely shot of his butthole and balls. Then he would tighten up his muscles and basically make his butthole move.

    The other night Noah decided to reinact Wyatt’s bend-over pose so I could see exactly what he did. I will never EVER recover from that vision. It’s like a video seared to my brain.

    Just so you have a little something to look forward to. I think you need more of my foreshadowing.


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