Time to Change the Will

A little boy turned to his grandpa and said, “Grandpa, please talk like a frog.”

Grandpa replied, “What? I’m not going to talk like a frog!”

The little boy again asked, “Come on, Grandpa. Talk like a frog, please.”

Grandpa again said, “No! Go bother your grandmother.” The little boy finally gave up and left.

A little while later, the little boy’s sister came in and said, “Grandpa, will you talk like a frog for me?”

Annoyed, Grandpa, replied, “NO!”

The little girl then begged, “Please, Grandpa, will you talk just like a frog?”

Grandpa was very disturbed by now and asked, “What is it with you and your brother? Why in the world do you want me to talk like a frog?”

The little girl looked at her Grandpa and said, “Well, last night daddy told us that when you croak, we’re going to go to Disney World.”

2 responses to “Time to Change the Will

  1. Ouch! Out of the mouths of babes … I guess Daddy is in trouble?

    Oh yes! Just one more reason to “Spend Kids Inheritance Now”

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  2. This made us both laugh. Thanks for starting my day with a chuckle, Archie.

    Glad to be of service – I think we need a bit of lightheartedness – elections are bugging both of us. 🙂

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