Letting the Internet ‘Tude Fly

Mom: Question: do you want a senior portrait?
Me: mehhhh
Mom: What the bleep…?
Me: I don’t want a picture of me in front of an Olan Mills background holding a graduation cap
Mom: Well, that DOES sound kinda crappy
Me: Plus, I don’t really feel that connected to my class or anything, so the yearbook isn’t a big deal
Mom: Um, OK.
Me: What, are you my 14 year-old-daughter? I don’t like your internet ‘tude, young lady
Mom: No, y’know, just messin with sounds, feelin my oats,playin fast n loose w/ punctuation. An it’s wild, baybee, WILD!!
Me: Ma, you crazy.
Mom: So is this all being preserved forever in some bomb-proof cyber data storage capsule er sumpin?

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      February 23, 2010 at 3:21 pm

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      September 1, 2017 at 8:10 am

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