• Yankees Breakfast Talk With The Family

    Posted by on July 31st, 2010 · Comments (2)

    My house this morning…at the breakfast table…

    Me: (To family…wife, 6-year old son, 8-year old daughter) Hey, guys, the Yankees lost last night.
    Daughter: What was the score?
    Me: Three to two.
    Daughter: That was close. Just one run.
    Son: Were there any grand slams?
    Me: Dude, we talked about this. How many runs score on a grand slam?
    Son: Three?
    Me: No. Four. Remember?
    Son: Oh, yeah.
    Me: So, if neither team scored four runs, how could there have been any grand slams?
    Son: (Laughing) Oh, I get it…
    Me: Hey, the Yankees got two new players yesterday.
    Son: What are their names?
    Me: Austin Kearns and Lance Berkman. Do you know what Lance Berman’s nickname is? It’s “Fat Elvis.”
    Wife: (Motioning to son) Why would you tell him that?
    Son: What numbers will they wear?
    Wife: Now, that’s a good question.
    Me: I dunno, we’ll have to wait and see when they show up.
    Son: Will it be five and six?
    Me: No, those are saved for Joe DiMaggio and Joe Torre.
    Wife: “Saved?” Don’t you mean retired?
    Me: Well, DiMaggio is retired. But, they didn’t retire Torre yet. They’re saving it.
    Wife: Saving it for what? They should just retire it.
    Me: They can’t now – there’s too much bad blood.
    Wife: Com’on.
    Me: No. Really. Once the bad blood dies down, then, they’ll retire it.
    Wife: Oh, my, god. How “kindergarten” is that?

    Yup, this is how we roll in my house in the morning…how about you?

    Comments on Yankees Breakfast Talk With The Family

    1. Raf
      July 31st, 2010 | 11:14 am

      The Missus have something against Fat Elvis? 😀

    2. July 31st, 2010 | 11:25 am

      @ Raf:
      No, she just knows that when you tell a 6-year boy something that’s supposed to be funny, he’s going to be repeating it to everyone he sees for the next week. And, not using a filter if it’s appropriate or not. 😉

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