Sunday, September 23, 2012
tsk tsk tsk 7th Grade Girls.
This Saturday afternoon, my 7th grade son had an airsoft "war" at our house. About 20 boys. All excited, dressed to the hilt in their camo outfits, eager to play. The talk all week long in school, on the bus, at football practice was in preparation for Saturday. The boys called everyday to strategize, the parents called me to make sure it was ok to be having all of these boys here with guns. Well, this boy chatter did not got lost on the 7th grade girls. They just happened to show up around our house at 3pm, the same time the boys arrived. The boys were so happy to be with their friends and never even had a thought, an image or a care about the opposite sex. Until they saw the girls. Cute little shorts and hoop earings. Game changer. Never saw it coming, but written all over their faces and in their body language. Some things just never change. I told my adult daughters, they knew exactly what I was talking about....poor clueless boys, they just have no idea.
Posted by Annmarie Pipa at 8:46 PM