How did anyone ever parent without having google in their pocket?
How did my parents cope with the multitude of weird and wonderful questions my brother and I asked without being able to appear really smart while really getting google to do all the work for them?
Or perhaps we just didn’t ask so many difficult questions back in the ‘good old days’ because we knew we wouldn’t get an decent answer?
It seems my kids have been on a roll with the crazy questions this week, and I’ve been googling my little heart out on their behalf’s.
Here’s six really odd things I googled for my kids this week…
What is oviparous?
Because none of us believed our four year old when he said it means ‘things that lay eggs’…. of course he was correct.
What is a palindrome? Closely followed by: What are the funnest words to say?
“Mr. Owl ate my metal worm.” – this is a palindrome.
Kakapo, flibbertigibbet, staphylococcus – these are the most funnest words to say.
What is the ‘like a cheese stick’ song called?
Who’d have thunk that good old google could figure out the song we were talking about from that question, but it seems we are not the only ones who think Far East Movement sing “Like a cheese stick”
Why is the moon yellow tonight?
And thanks to the magic of google I don’t have to reply with “because it is”.
Why do people say bad things are ‘lemons’?
Because the English language is silly, that’s why… or you might prefer this more, um, interesting answer.
Please tell me I am not alone with the weird, wonderful kid questions!?!
Please tell me I am not the only one with an oddly random google history?
What crazy questions have you been asked lately?
What’s in your google history?