Mama Diaries

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Evil Leprechaun

A few days ago, my son made a leprechaun trap for a school project.  He took it to school and waited to see if a leprechaun would show up.  One did.  And he wasn't very nice!

"Mama," my son said when he came home from school.  "The leprechaun destroyed my trap!"

"Really?' I said.  "What did he do?"

"He ripped off the door and bashed a hole through the wall."

"It sounds like he was mad!" I said.

"Yeah.  And do you know what else?"

"What else?"

My son grinned.  "He pooped in there!"

I looked at that kid.  "Seriously?"

"Yeah.  There was a sparkly turd on the floor."

I tried not to laugh.  "Oh.  Well, I guess even leprechauns have to go potty.  Next time design the trap with a bathroom!"

(The leprechaun did leave a nice green bead necklace.  I guess that's the least he could do after all the trouble he caused!)

29 comments:

  1. Well it is St. Patricks Day tomorrow.
    Great read.

    Yvonne.

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    1. Hey Yvonne, now I see your profile but not your blog.

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  2. What an imagination. Is your son planning on being a writer,too?

    I hope he didn't keep the sparkly poop. Or does it turn into gold? Nah, or the green guy wouldn't leave it.

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    1. I'm not sure what he did with the sparkly poop. I think it ended up in the garbage.

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  3. Haha! Your posts never fail to make me smile. :)

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  4. *LOL* Leprechaun poop! My weekend is complete. :)

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    1. I would've liked to have been a fly on the wall to witness the destruction.

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  6. Oh, those nasty little leprechauns!

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  7. Lol. It just wouldn't be St. Patrick's Day without something green.

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  8. LOL when you gotta go you gotta go

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  9. I don't miss those grade school projects at all! Glad your son had such an adventure with his, though. I bet he'll be talking about the leprechaun who got away for a long time.

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  10. I think the leprechaun thought he was at a soccer game.
    Those people go nuts.

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    1. Yes, they do! I've witnessed that firsthand in Mexico!

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  11. The leprechaun left behind some poop? That was not nice. A green bead necklace is nice. A bit of gold or a four leaf clover might have been a nicer surprise.

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  12. A wonderful imagination, wonder what your son will be when he's older.

    Sandy

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    1. It will be interesting to see where his path leads.

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  13. *hee* I guess the leprechaun got ticked off when he found out there wasn't any free gold in there...

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  14. I'm glad there was a funny follow-up. I just had to know what happened. :-) Poor, Bubba. I hope he wasn't too upset. :-(

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