Friday, January 8, 2010

The Wit and Wisdom of the Bean, Volume 3

My son is filled with nuggets of wisdom. (He's also filled with dirt, Play Doh and boogers, but that's another post.) So it gives me great pleasure to present to you the third showcase of the wisdom of the Bean:


“I will never get tired of eating food.”

While reading a picture book without words: “Mommy wiped the words away.”

“I tiptoed through the room because your eyes were closed but your ears were open.”

WonderWife™: "Are those pants too long?"
The Bean: "No. They are the same size as my legs."

“Kind of new isn’t new, it’s old.”

“You can’t go out in your jammies. Nobody wants to see that.”’

After watching Toy Story: “Blue infinity and peon!”

“Mommy, a boy has a lot of things to say.”

While wearing a windbreaker: “Now I can run around the house breaking wind.”

After being told he could not wear his jacket: "But I want to break wind!"

"Do you know what elephant food is called? Zoo-oup."

“The 2 girls in the house are wearing clothes and the 2 boys are still wearing their pajamas. That’s math!”


Click here for Volume 1

Click here for Volume 2

18 comments:

Your escalator operator said...

Best explanation of math that I've ever heard. The Bean Abides.

ZenMom said...

These are so adorable. Kids this age just crack me up. I wish I could remember to write down some of the hilarious things my minions come up with. I can never remember them later.

I love the "zoo-uop" and the math and the new-old thing. Those are aweseme. :)

kommishonerjenny said...

In our house, we do not require jackets to break wind.

And I think we have the same book about zoooop. Is it a book about how today is Monday, etc?

Daddy Geek Boy said...

YEO...The Bean does abide, doesn't he?

Zen, Kommish...I wasn't sure where "zoo-ooup" came from cause we don't have that book at home. But he busted out this gem as we were walking into the zoo. The kid's got awesome timing.

Eric (Juggling Eric) said...

“Kind of new isn’t new, it’s old.”

Bean is a philosopher of his generation.

SciFi Dad said...

I too like to do math in my pajamas while breaking wind. Who doesn't?

Daddy Geek Boy said...

Eric...He is, which is part of why I think I'm going to keep him around.

SciFi...How do you think I got through college?

DadLogic said...

Considering all the times I've heard the term windbreaker, I am amazed that I never realized there was a fart joke waiting to be said. The bean is a genius.

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At our house it's "To infinity ... and VIANDE!!" Apparently Buzz loves him some french meat.

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James (SeattleDad) said...

He probably wouldn't be the only one in the house breaking wind, would he?

Daddy Geek Boy said...

DadLogic...I wouldn't say genius, but he's turning out to be a little dude who will someday enjoy a good fart joke.

... ...Well, Buzz is a Space Ranger of the world.

James...My wife couldn't have said it better herself.

SweetPeaSurry said...

Hoh boy ... that was brilliant. Kids are just a laugh riot!

I think Tuesday I'll have to venture out to my mom's for a few hours to spend time with the neph and niece

Juliana said...

These are great--I just put my lil one to bed and am here laughing...so glad that I came across your blog. I am now a new follower. Pop on by to my bloggy blog and follow back if you would like! Nice to "meet" you-Jewels and A Blonde Walks Into a Blog http://blondeinablog.blogspot.com

Surfer Jay said...

Rad....he wants to break wind

Daddy Geek Boy said...

Sweet Pea...Let me know if your neph and niece bust out any nuggets of wisdom.

Juliana...Thanks for reading! I'll be sure to stop by your place.

Surfer Jay...Isn't it though?

Captain Dumbass said...

Breaking wind, heh heh.

Daddy Geek Boy said...

Captain Dumbass...Isn't it awesome that a comment from a 3 year old reduces us to Beavis?