Who T-Shirt and Who's Next
mbailey at netsoltek.co.uk
Mon Jul 21 08:35:09 CDT 2008
I was at a carnival on Saturday. I was pushing a pram with my three-month old son in.
A woman came up to me and, in an caring Irish accent, asked if that was my son.
"You're wearing a strange T-shirt." she pointed out.
I was wearing my favourite "Hope I Die Before I get Old" shirt, which always seems to attract weirdos.
"You can't really mean that. You don't want the boy to grow up without a father". She said, and walked off.
I was stunned. There was no time to point out the complexities of "being old is a state of mind, not just a number of years". It was all quite disturbing, and I was actually left feeling quite upset.
On a lighter note - later that day. My five year old daughter was looking at the cover of Who's Next. (And comparing it to the Lego version at http://www.flickr.com/photos/hubcam/2593680174/sizes/o .)
"I know which ones are boys and which ones are girls," she said, astutely. "There are three boys and one girl."
I had to laugh. Poor Roger, it can't be the first time someone has mistaken his long golden hair for a girl's.
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