My son (10): ‘Mama, what did you say once again the reason was that you took MY chocolate lollipop?’
Me: ‘It’s because I love you too much. I cannot simply let all that chocolate harm your teeth.’
Walter: ‘I just can’t wait to grow up. I.will.be.a.very.caring.papa.’
‘Mama, I can see you are busy reading, and you have told me it’s a great book.
So I prepared you some dinner as you need to eat something after all: salmon sushi with soya sauce and a little wasabi. I’ve brought it up to you so you don’t need to come down and stop reading.’
Walter, 9 years old.
“Anya, látom, elmélyülten olvasol, mondtad, hogy nagyon érdekes a könyv.
Készítettem neked vacsorát, mert azért enned csak kell valamit: lazac sushi, kis szója szósszal és egy kevés wazabival. Felhoztam, hogy ne kelljen lejönnöd érte.”
Walter, 9 éves.
Just seen this photo on the internet.
I asked my family members to interpret the picture:
My older child (13 – a Generation Z teenager..): “The 2 birds are fighting for food!”
Then I asked her little brother (9): “They are sharing food/ feeding each other..”.
Asked myself, a lawyer: “It’s what we call a ‘joint possession’..”
Asked my husband, an engineer: “The fish is too big, the birds are trying to cut it into two.”
Whatever the interpretation is, it would most probably not be the right moment to run a satisfaction survey on the fish, as the client.