A DMK Production
You have a wide range of musical tastes, especially the "oldies." Your musical taste has rubbed off on your fourteen year-old son, Monroe. Monroe likes all sorts of music including the "old stuff" you listen to.
You recently purchased a novelty table cover for your dining table. The cover is mostly to protect the wooden table top beneath. You selected a theme to match the fast approaching fall season.
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(Full disclosure: the table covers are vinyl and inexpensive.)
Your kids are grabbing a quick breakfast before heading off to school. You are busy elsewhere in the house but hear the kids giggling and laughing. Everyone then says bye and are off to school.
A bit later you notice the table and your new table cover. Under the words "All the leaves!" is written in bold marker, " . . . are brown and the skies are gray." There is then a cartoon balloon around those words and it is coming from the fox's mouth. Then, under the fox, is written in the same marker, "What does the fox say?"
You know that Monroe did this as he is the only one of your children who writes in cursive.
When Monroe gets home from school you ask him about it and he admits that he did it. He then says, "Funny, isn't it?"
Do you share Monroe's idea of what is funny?