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Questions Parents Should Not Hear

I was shocked to see Patricia’s mother and Patricia at my door this morning.  A childhood friend of Patricia’s mother passed away yesterday in Minnesota and wanted me to watch Patricia for a few days.

I wish I remembered the name of Patricia’s mother.  It was a one-night stand, but the result of the one-night stand was Patricia.  I should ask Patricia what her mother’s name is, but I should find a way to ask without suggesting I have no idea what her mom’s name is.)

I was watching one of the news stations when a commercial for Viagra was on.

“Daddy, what is Viagra?”

Why are there commercials for Viagra on during the day when children are at home and want to be informed with what is going on in the world.

“It’s a medicine for old men.”

“What is it for?”

“I don’t know, Patricia.  I’m not an old man.”

I managed to dodge that bullet.  We were watching “The Golden Girls” on the Hallmark Channel.  There was a commercial for Pamprin.  I tried to distract Patricia by telling her she can have a glass of fruit juice, but she was fixated on the television.

“Daddy, what’s Pamprin?”

“It’s a medicine for women.”

“What does it do?”

“I don’t know…  You’ll have to ask a woman.”

Before she could ask another question, I decided that we have watched enough television and that we should go to the park.

September 7, 2009 - Posted by | commentary, editorial, humor | , , , , , , , ,

3 Comments

  1. Way to dodge the important issues Dad. However, I do believe you could easily handle the tough questions from the press during your presidency.

    Comment by Claire Collins | September 11, 2009

  2. Handling the press is easier. They will usually ask softball questions. When they ask hard questions, you can give them almost any answer because few journalists bother to research any more.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | September 11, 2009

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