Kids’ version of the conversation at the grown-up table

This is just hilarious.

Kids’ version of the conversation at the grown-up table: “Cory Doctorow:
Simon Rich’s ‘A Conversation at the Grownup Table, as Imagined at the Kids’ Table’ in this week’s New Yorker is spot-on perfect and hilarious, besides:

MOM: Pass the wine, please. I want to become crazy.
DAD: O.K.
GRANDMOTHER: Did you see the politics? It made me angry.
DAD: Me, too. When it was over, I had sex.
UNCLE: I’m having sex right now.
DAD: We all are.
MOM: Let’s talk about which kid I like the best.
DAD: (laughing) You know, but you won’t tell.
MOM: If they ask me again, I might tell.
FRIEND FROM WORK: Hey, guess what! My voice is pretty loud!
DAD: (laughing) There are actual monsters in the world, but when my kids ask I pretend like there aren’t.
MOM: I’m angry! I’m angry all of a sudden!
DAD: I’m angry, too! We’re angry at each other!
MOM: Now everything is fine.

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(via JWZ)

(Via Boing Boing.)

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