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Saturday, October 11, 2014

WeWrWa Presents, "Who Cut the Cheese?"

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Read as my little friend gets caught in a blame game of Who Cut the Cheese? Bruce Coville said something to the effect that, "In order to be successful in writing for children, you need at least one of five words: fart, poop, burp, butt," and I can't remember the last one. Any suggestions?


During Social Studies, Slater let out a loud fart then laughed about it. His eyes widened, he slapped his hand over his mouth, and whispered, “Pardon moi.”
Randy waved his hand over his nose and pointed at me. You’d think he’d know I don’t fart, since we’d been in the same class since the third grade. I’d provided enough gas-free space that I could’ve charged admission to have kids sit by my desk for a respite from Randy’s stink.
“Was that your fart or Will’s?” Randy asked Slater, as if he’d never cut the cheese. Even Harrison was ready to blame me for what I’d never done. Well, at least in school. 


15 comments:

Pat Hatt said...

lol fart is the top one, seems to always work.

Millie Burns said...

Yup, kids love all bodily functions.

frankmfisher.net said...

Very funny snippet. Reminds me of the time I let one go in a theater during a high school trip to a Shakespeare play. Memories!

Elaine Cantrell said...

Oh so typical! Well done.

drsylvesterfiction.com said...

I have a children's book written from the perspective of an anthropomorphic poo. I'm not even kidding.

That aside, you've captured little boys perfectly in this snippet.

Also, could the fifth word be slimy? I used to love The Slimy Book...
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/346951.The_Slimy_Book

Joyce Lansky said...

A slimy fart? That's pretty gross. LOL!

Meka James said...

LOL boys...I bet the teacher has her hands full with that rowdy bunch.

Veronica Scott said...

I'm with Meka, wouldn't want to be the teacher in this class LOL. I think you capture the tone of this age group very well.

Chelle Cordero said...

Reminds me of those wonder years when we all stayed silent after someone farted because the teacher always said "He who smelt it, dealt it". Sounds like a young bunch, very real & cute.

Cecilia Corona said...

Boys will be boys.

Elsa Holland said...

Hilarious, so suits their age. I loved it!

Binky said...

Is the other word chocolate? Well for little Wombies it would be.

joeh said...

A fart is always good for a laugh.

Kids also like the word booger.

yawattahosby said...

LOL, I'd pay to sit by the kid who never farts in class. It's torture being surrounded by the funk and can't make a scene because then the teacher would get mad.

I liked the kid's sense of humor :)

Keep smiling,
Yawatta

messymimi said...

Typical guys! Sounds like what i've seen in class.