I walked into the room and saw something very strange. My daughter had my son's foot pressed against the side of her face.
"Excuse me," I said. "What exactly are you doing?"
"Using the foot phone," my daughter replied, as if that was the most natural thing in the world to do.
I gave her a quizzical look. "Does it work?"
She nodded and tickled my son's foot.
"See?" she said. "It works just fine!"
(Apparently not all phones are for talking on!)
A giggling foot phone beats telemarketers any day!ReplyDelete
It sure does!Delete
I guess his foot wasn't too stinky.ReplyDelete
It was after he took a shower. I'm sure my daughter would've had no interest in talking on the foot phone if it had been before his shower!Delete
a smelly phone.... I don't know.... I will stay with my mobile phone, thanks .... :)ReplyDelete
What, you don't want a phone that giggles? ;)Delete
... especially when the phone can move by itself.ReplyDelete
Might be hard to have a conversation if the phone kept taking off on you!Delete
You do make my day Sherry,ReplyDelete
I'm so glad! :0)Delete
An upside is you don't have to worry with calls from telemarketers!ReplyDelete
A day without telemarketers is a good one, indeed!Delete
Is there a monthly charge for this phone (-:ReplyDelete
Not as far as I know. If you'd like, I can verify that and get back with you. ;0)Delete
This is funny. I don't think I did this as a kid.ReplyDelete
My kids come up with the funniest ways to entertain themselves!Delete
That's hilarious! Though I do wonder how the foot phone came about. Heh.ReplyDelete
Yeah. I was kind of curious about that, too. But I figured it might be better not to know! ;)Delete
A foot phone? Now that's a first!ReplyDelete
Maybe we can mass-produce these things and make a profit! ;)Delete
A foot phone that giggles? I wonder if it will catch on with the phone companies?ReplyDelete
Maybe they should make a ring tone that giggles. Wouldn't that be funny? ;)Delete
Loved this post. :-)ReplyDelete