Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Life With A Teenage Boy

I was walking through the house when The Boy went hustling past me in a hurry. I asked where he was going and he said, "There's no toilet paper in our bathroom, so I am going in yours." Now, I don't have a problem with him using my bathroom, but mine is old and small and ugly and the kids have a nice, new, big bathroom. Plus, it irritates me that he is so lazy that he would walk all the way across the house to my bathroom, rather than just grabbing a new roll for his.

So I told him that I didn't care if he used my bathroom, but that he needed to get a new roll and put it in his. He said OK and that was the end of it.

Or so I thought until a few hours later when I was in my bathroom and reached for the paper, only to discover that the the new roll he took into his bathroom? Came from my bathroom dispenser.

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6 comments:

Mrs. Chili said...

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Oh, that's just PERFECT.

It should be noted that my teenage girl would totally do this....

Burgh Baby said...

My husband would do that. In fact, he has. Don't ever try to use any of the upstairs bathrooms except for the one in our room.

Bethtastic said...

Heh. Fun.ny.

AmyLK said...

OH NO!!! But you have to laugh!! If we had multiple bathrooms, Son would do that too!

Brian said...

thats hillarious.

Can you help us?

http://familyindirenedofassistance.blogspot.com/

God Bless

bluzdude said...

I can vouch for that being typical problem solving logic for a 15-year old.