Yesterday we drove up to my parents house for a family dinner. On the way we saw a couple peeps on motorcycles. We all noticed that these guys had one hand on the accelerator and the other hand resting on their left leg.
My kids asked why.
We explained that their hand and arms probably got tired and maybe even went to sleep while these guys were driving. At that point I made the comment that I had no idea how motorcyclists drove their bikes, especially the ones where the handlebars are literally above their heads.
Fast forward a few hours.
We're on our way home and I glance to the back seat. Both my children have their arms raised high above their heads, for no apparent reason.
Me: What are you doing?
Them: Seeing if we could drive one of those motorcycles all the way home?
I look at H., he looks at me....and we just shake our heads and give a quiet chuckle. We then proceed to have adult conversation while they "do their thing" in the backseat.
Fast forward about 35 minutes and from the backseat we hear this:
Them: Do we feel pain in this DoJo?
Them, answering: NO Sensei!
I look back again and they STILL have their arms high above their heads....and then H. and I start laughing hysterically.
Have I ever told you how hilarious I think the word DoJo is? And how Sensei is another one of my favorite laugh-guarantee words?
And how my kids are constantly cracking us up and how I'm so glad my kids are funny! You probably had to be there....but trust me, it was Hull-Air-E-Us.