Thursday, October 30, 2008

It's a boy thing...

These two boys are at it again. They've been playing this game they like to play from time to time. I'm pretty sure that girls don't play this game, though I suppose I could be wrong.

The game they play......


"Tell me when it hurts"

Can this end well?

10 comments:

The J's said...

Well, I can tell you that my 9 girls never got into that...yes, I think it's definitely a BOY thing!

carrielt said...

Mildred and I never did anything like that.

As for the grasshopper I posted about this morning. He was first one I’ve ever seen that big or that color. The normal ones we have are about an inch long and a light brownish color. Probably the same as you have. Then we have some that are less than 1/2 inch and they are are a light tan color.

thedomesticfringe said...

Ohhh...have the doctor on speed-dial.

Shasta said...

haha I definitely think it's a boy thing, it's unbelievable how often my boys are beating each other up, they play way too rough for my liking!

BTW, I love the pic of your boys, we're a BMX family and the gear is similar, I think kids look so cute in their little jerseys and racing pants!

Sharon said...

Having raised 3 boys I can definitely tell you that it is a boy thing.
Your boys are so cute in the racing gear.
Have a great day.

Kristen said...

Yep, it's a boy thing. I remember my brother used to "make" me play that with him...only thing was he was the only one playing and I was just being torchered as he has always been stronger than me.

Carin said...

Kristen - I know exactly what you mean, my brother is 4 years older than me and he absolutely loved to pick on me! Oh the memories!!!!

carrielt said...

I have at least 5 visitors a day that come to my blog through your blog! Thanks!!!

Tash said...

ha ha

Wifey said...

I think my sister and I used to play something like that. We'd kick each other in the shins until we couldn't stand it anymore.

And one of my girlfriends used to see which one of her and her brothers could rub their hands in nettels (sp? burning plant leaves) the longest. Ouch!