Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Everybody's got 'em.

As my kids, especially my boys, get older and as a result argue more and more I'm starting to realize that adults aren't really that much different than kids.

Sure we ACT more responsible and have bills and jobs and other crap that kids thankfully don't have to worry about for the most part. But when it comes to disagreements and different opinions? We're not much different than Rakes and Trot hollering "No I didn't. YOU did" at each other about 1000 times.

I guess it's always been like this and I've just been to busy to notice but when did civil discourse about things give way to acting like 3rd graders trying to play with the same toy?

At least with my kids I can send them to their respective rooms and eventually it'll all sort itself out.

And if that doesn't work I can just send them out to the backyard until the little voice inside my head telling me to ship 'em off to Military School shuts up.


Karen said...

Third graders? You're giving way too much credit.

Ted D said...

Maybe so. But I'd like to think otherwise