A lot of past, some present and maybe a trace of the future.
LOL....We all did daily 3 subjects homework, but now week-end homeworks (that too 3 worksheets) , athukke " amma nee enna romba paduthara".. All times of India..
soooper :D jus like me :D
ha ha ha!!Kids these days!! :D
Alas - just have to contend with saying that I came here, read the comments and marked attendance. Thanks to my dear old net nanny, can't see the picture .......
@chennaigirl-Aamaanga, neenga romba paduththareenga. Paavam P. :-) My girl is just like that in the picture, but boy is opposite.Me/Señora: Did you do your homework?Girl: Whaaaaat? Let me watch TV. Go away!!! Give me the remoooote. :-(Boy: I have finished it. I'll go out and play.@gils-:-D :-D@RS-Welcome back! When are you restarting your blog? Suddenly vanished into the background?@Ramesh-The pic shows a kid in a Tee-shirt which has the following caption (on the lines of the 3 wise monkeys)See No HomeworkHear No HomeworkDo No Homework:-D
Ha ha ha .. can it read office work instead ;) I wud luv to hv it then LOL
@Swaram-I'd love to have it too. :-)
wow..thats definitely the face of the day- monkey with 2 bananas stuck in its ears!!!...im loving it...hehe
:D Kids dont need T-shirt wordings ! They are expressive on their own .
loved it.. am always on the look out for such things for chotu..
@TheUncanny-LOL thinking about 2 bananas in your ears. Hee Hee Hee :-D :-D@R-ambam-:-) Statements in kids' tees are a reflection of their parents', and not the kids. The kids are just a vehicle. :-D Kids only want pics on their tees. :) (you'd know Bakugan, Dragonball-Z, Dora, Spidey etc from your elder one)@AJCL-Welcome. There are always cute ones for kids. Sometimes you get it in a flash when on a lookout, but most of the time, it is always a vain search.
//wow..thats definitely the face of the day- monkey with 2 bananas stuck in its ears!!!...im loving it...hehe//Y do u get excited when u c or hear abt monkey.. kaaka.. hmmm... very fishy...
@lakshmi-ungalukku TheUncannyai vambukku izhukkalainna thookkam varaddhu pola. :-D
LOL that was fantastic! U know I am doing home work now :) haha Have started the course, but I am enjoying it though :)
@Srivats-You'll definitely enjoy your homework, but the kids don't seem to enjoy theirs. They do it most of the time with a grumpy face, think of it like a chore and complaining like what chennaigirl notes in her comments. :-)
Kids of today are unbelievable. My cousins are aged 5 and 6. Both are extremely Calvinish. Elder ones sweet talks the younger one in to doing *his* homework :-)
:-D :-D And without real baksheesh and only sweet-talk? Poor thing. :-)
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