Jack: Mom, mom, guess what we played in school today?
me: I have no idea.
Jack: It’s very “important” (he air quotes when he talks now). And you have to play or else you’re not “important”.
me: Okay, let’s hear it.
Jack: (comes up to me and whispers something that I can’t make out) And then you say that and you HAVE to say that because it’s very important or else you’ll pee in your pants.
me: Why did you stick your butt out and put it on my leg when you said whatever you said? And what did you say?
Jack: It’s very “important” to do it that way.
me: Do what!?
Jack: Sigh, ugh, Mom LISTEN!
He comes over, turns around and sticks his butt on my leg and says “U. P.” in my ear.
me: You Pee? Or are you spelling UP?
Jack: It’s the same thing hahahahaha!
me: What’s the point again?
Jack: Geez! OB-viously when you whisper “U P” to someone then you won’t pee in your pants and THEY will unless they go around and tell it to someone else. Otherwise OB-viously you’ll pee in your pants if you don’t do it.
me: Let me guess, you started this?
Jack: Yeah. Cool huh?
me: You must feel very “important”.
Jack: Totally. It’s like the cheese touch (from Diary of a Wimpy Kid), but it’s not in a book yet.
me: Yet. Hmm…