Friday, March 21, 2008

This is my life ...

... or at least it will be very, very soon I think.

This time it was about history homework.

I think Harry Enfield has done a great service to parents everywhere. This should be shown to all couples as a form of contraception. It's true and real. Kevin is home and living with me.

14 comments:

Sarah-Dreaming said...

Hey, you don't know me, I'm just a fellow blogger, but I clicked on my interests in my profile to see what other bloggers came up with 'reading and writing' as their interests, and yours came up, I was bored, so i checked ur blog out.

Its quite good, quite mildly amusing.

Carol and Chris said...

LOL JJ - Have you shown him it yet?

C x

JJ said...

Sarah-dreaming, welcome, and thank you.

Carol, do you know? Maybe not today... I will. I was stunned how much of the behaviour he'd got right.

Yvonne said...

Lol, I love Kevin! I was so like him as a teenager...my poor parents. Luckily we're still on speaking terms. ;)

JJ said...

Yvonne, I'm even still speaking to him tonight, but. oh. dear. god. how long does this go on for?

SpiralSkies said...

Blimey, it's not until you've got teenagers that you realise how accurate that is! Must show it to my lot. Thanks for the reminder :0)

X

Debs said...

I have his twin living in my house right now and younger sister who isn't far behind in the 'Kevin' stakes.

petal47 said...

It goes on....and on....and on..then it stops...then it comes back....

Lane said...

Brilliant clip. Kathy Beurke is one of my all time favourites.

Good luck with your Kevin:-)

Jon M said...

Love the way Perry is always so polite...I was a Perry....

JJ said...

Jen, I just can't tell if I'm going to wake up to lovely boy, or Kevin; they both make a regular but erratic appearance.

Debs, I don't think the twelve year old daughter is far behind either... Oh joy.

Hello Petal, welcome. Oh dear God, does it? For how many years?

Lane, Kathy Burke (?Sp) is fantastic, isn't she?

Jon, You know, I can so believe that you were a Perry! That doesn't surprise me at all. (Jon and I met, fellow bloggers, at Caroline's book launch!)

Pacha said...

My children aren't allowed to grow up ever.

Good luck with Kevin/Son and pleeeease tell me it really isn't that bad 'cause I'll leave NOW if not.

JJ said...

Pacha, enjoy the next few years, they're great, but yes it really does seem to get like Kevin and Perry. Eeewgh. Sorry.

Leigh said...

I had some experience of the teenage years with my step-children (although they didn't live with us). By the time they reached their twenties, they were lovely. So, hang on in there; it gets better!!!