I am babysitting my nephew, Trenton who is 8 y/o for a few days. I pride myself on how silly I am, and I am often telling him tall tales. Wednesday night, he told me that he had to watch what I said because I lie all the time. I was upset briefly until he mentioned a few stories I had told him, one being coughalitus.
A few weeks ago, my older sister was helping me move and she brought Trenton to help. Trenton and I had driven in the same car. He kept coughing without covering is mouth. Therefore, I put a shirt over my mouth and told him that I did not want his contagious disease. I told him that by not covering his mouth he could spread diseases such as coughalitus. Coughalitus, A Disease I EXPLAINED TO HIM WHERE IF YOU COUGH TO HARD, YOU CAN POOP OUT OF YOUR MOUTH. Then he began to coughing really hard and I screamed “you have coughalitus”. He insisted that it was made up.
When we got back to my house, he ran inside to use the restroom, I ran to his moms car and said, “coughalitus, when you cough to hard you poop out of your mouth”, she looked at my funny until Trenton walked outside and starting coughing. Then she loudly cried Oh my gosh do you have coughalitus?
It is the little things that make me laugh. (What I thought was sillier is that after I make up a silly tales, I always forget them, but he never does J )