Monday, September 17, 2007

TheirTube

I've never restricted our sons' surfing habits.

I didn't think it necessary.

We flatter ourselves that we've done a sufficiently good job as parents to ensure they know where to go and what's ok.

Yesterday I happened to be passing (the laptop is in my bedroom) and saw they were on one of their frequent visits to YouTube.

Their search history of the site was on screen.

Let's see now.
What videos had my little darlings been looking for?

First on the list:
PINGU.
Ahhh - how sweet is that?

Next up:
CHARLIE THE UNICORN.
Bizarre but pretty harmless I think. They don't get it anyway.
(Neither do I.)

Moving on:
PAWN.
(splutters)
Oh right ...
(twitches)
So ...
(clears throat)
It seems that ... er ...
(draws deep breath)
my dear sweet boys ...
(hot flush creeps up torso and over neck like advancing fog)
have been searching for videos of ...
(sweat breaks out on upper lip)
... um ... chess games.

How very ... er ... precocious ...
(lips turn up into rictus smile while eyes dart left and right - a look best described as demonic).

12 comments:

Verilion said...

Are you sure they just didn't misspell PORN? Oh! OK of course they weren't. Yes you're right, it's just me who has a dirty mind!

Debi said...

As if, V! How could you suggest such a thing?

The fact that there was also a search for parn (sic) should NOT be seen as evidence of alleged misspelling and a further attempt to access non-chess related videos of a certain nature.

Minx said...

What a couple of prawns!

John said...

You should tell them about Youporn. Or maybe not...

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

Ah no doubt in good time they'll discover they spelled pawn all wrong...

Cailleach said...

ha ha ha! I laughed at this one Debi - won't be long before BS is looking for prawns either... if he hasn't already... :/

Debi said...

Oh I know. Kids, eh?

So shellfish ...

Anonymous said...

that was bitty

Anonymous said...

thats bitty's persanall info

Debi said...

First Born (using stern voice here) your appalling spelling betrays you.

Not bad enough to do it in the first place, but then trying to blame your brother?

Reprehensible! (Look it up.)

Sharon J said...

Love the blaming comment! Reminds me so much of my girls :)

rivergirlie said...

brilliant!