My otherwise calm baby spends a LOT of time screaming in the car. It just started about a week ago. At first I thought she was being attacked by a wild swarm of bees. When I found no evidence of bees and the screaming didn't stop, I realized she just doesn't like being in the car seat. What a five-point harness offers in safety, it lacks in comfort. Who can blame her? I've pretty much gotten used to it now.
Yesterday as I was in the scream-mobile getting my hubby his large coffee with eight creams and ten sugars from the window at Mickey D's, the teenager with the headset asked "Is your baby upset?"
That's a dumb question.
This brought to mind a few of the dumb questions I come across frequently.
*At Target, even if my total is under a dollar, the card swiping machine asks "do you want it all on the card?"
*Several times a week when I lose my keys, my husband asks "Are they in your purse?"
*At school EVERY SINGLE DAY at least one of my darling second graders asks "Are we going to lunch today?" (This is public school, kid, lunch is our main requirement.)
What FAdumbQ's do you never tire of answering? Please share!