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Ben Seaver: Great advice, Mom. Why don't you just tattoo 'Dweeb' on her forehead.
Chrissy Seaver: Wait a minute. Nobody said anything about tattoos!
Maggie Malone Seaver: Honey, your brother is just using a figure of speech, as in: Put a sock in it!
Ben Seaver: Mom, on the first day of school, if you're not careful, you'll get a label that's gonna dog you for the rest-a your life.
Chrissy Seaver: [getting nervous] Like what?
Ben Seaver: Sit in front—Dorfburger. Answer any questions—Boogerhead. Hang out with anyone wearing glasses—Geekus Maximus. And most important: Eat the green jello—'Hasta la vista, baby!'
Chrissy Seaver: What is wrong with green Jell-O?
Ben Seaver: Leo 'Lime-Tongue' Plotnick.
Maggie Malone Seaver: And who's he?
Ben Seaver: Just the secretary-slash-treasurer of the Chess Club.”
Mrs jenny a kindergarten teacher asked her class "what things can we eat?"
"Bread" "Yes" "Hamburger" "Ok" A five years girl answered "Light", "Omg" shouted the teacher, "how can light be eaten?" "Last night I heared mom whispering to dad 'turn the light off and put it in my mouth'"”
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