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Enlightening Conversations Between Aaron and Mandee

Last night while we were watching the news, I asked Aaron a question-

M: How do you go to the bathroom in space?
A: A tube.
M: Really?
A: Yeah. Then it goes into space.
M: No it doesn't.
A: Yeah, it does.
M: You're totally lying to me...
A: I'm really not.
M: So there's poo floating around in space...

A: There's all kinds of crap floating around in space. Broken satellites... poo.. all kinds of stuff. And boats dump their bathroom waste in the ocean.

M: Seriously... that is the sickest thing I have ever heard.
A: They have to be at least 5 miles from the coastline when they dump it.
M: That's not far enough. I will never get in the ocean again. I don't want to live on this earth anymore.

A: You want to live in space?
M: No. I want to live in heaven.
A: You think there isn't poo in heaven?
M: There isn't. You don't have to eat, so you don't have to poo.
A: Jesus ate after he was resurrected.
M: But he didn't have to. And I'm sure he didn't have to poo after he ate.

Comments

Anonymous said…
You are too funny! Aaron's not lying - if you don't think about it you're better off, but I understand it's hard not to think about it once you know what goes on!
Neva said…
That was so enlightening
That really cracked me up! It happened when the husband gets even with you. Don't worry, someday you will get it back to him. I did that a lot to my husband (winks.)
Deby said…
Huh... I was under the impression that the practice of dumping human waste into space was stopped. I'll have to look that one up.

You guys have some seriously deep conversations. ;)
Gourley Family said…
I found your blog from the Sticklands. Our sons were up at Primary's when Mason was first born. I love the movie collage, what a heart-warming video. I understand why you cried. It really is touching! You have a beautiful family!
Abby said…
I love your conversations, they make me laugh out loud!
Em said…
Mandee I'm still laughing because I can just picture you two and hear your voices, you guys are to funny. Thanks for the laugh!
grandma jojo said…
i hope aaron thanked you for the laugh you gave us. i had to call. i love your conversations. thanks for sharing.
matt said…
Wow! I love a good poo coversation.
Poo is so broad. You can poo anywhere. It comes in a variety of smells and consistencies. All living creatures poo. you always feel better after a good poo. Looking at you own poo will often amaze you. It makes you move faster than you ever tought imsginable. It really makes you focus on what you are working to acheive. Man, I could go on and on.
What a peculiar and sometime nutty thing. I hope you all can smell what i am stepping in.
There is the luff.
Still lame?
April said…
That's funny stuff...

Nice blog!

www.normalmormons.com
Oh my gosh! Mandee, you are hilarious! I've linked you to me. . are you mad? You know Graham and I are close so that should at least get me this far, right? Avery's throwing Milk, Bye!

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