Thursday, February 25, 2010

Attention Boy Scouts of America

DO NOT EVER send out a note saying there will be no food provided at a night meeting, and so we should feed our kids dinner beforehand, AND THEN HAVE SURPRISE PIZZA AT THE MEETING!

My kids overoverovergorged.

Next time you do this I am calling the den leaders (you know who you are) at 2:00 a.m. to come over to my house and clean up 3 kids worth of barf.

Thank you.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hmmm... they may be off pizza for the rest of their lives (now would that be a good or a bad thing?). Happened to my kids too, although it was viennas - as grown-ups, they still won't touch the stuff!

Well, good luck, I hope you and Nerse get through your day, you must be rather tired!

Mop said...

Marie went to Boy Scout meeting too? Marie is awesome!

Grumpy, M.D. said...

Marie is a Girl Scout, but likes the Boy Scouts better, and since both her brothers are scouts, and the den leaders let her, she tags along and does most of the activities.

Mr. Condescending said...

Aren't boy scouts supposed to eat like twigs and berries?

Kat's Kats said...

::face:palm:: Let me guess, they sent notes home with the scouts (no, this has never happened to me). If they want to have a surprise pizza party and not have the kids know about it, they need to use the phone tree or email.

Of course, I wouldn't have to worry about this with my kids, my daughter doesn't eat pizza and my son actually won't eat past gorge. It only took once. OTOH now they are teenagers. ::shudder::

Julie said...

i've got one kid who won't eat pizza at all either ... and she decided that she wanted frozen broad beans instead of an icecream yesterday ...
but that wasn't what i was going to say ...

i was going to wish you a good day - even with such a bad night ....

Helen said...

I hated pizza as a kid, too. I like it now, though it's not my favourite.

You already know this, but Marie is so cool.

ERP said...

Too bad they did not have a bunch of six packs for you guys.

terri c said...

OMG! I agree with ERP!

oddharmonic said...

It's awesome that the den leaders are down with Marie tagging along! Since my local pack felt my fourth-grade daughter is too old to tag along with me, my volunteering with them has slimmed down to sewing patches on (dry cleaners charge so much for it!) and day camp.

I think this may be a sign I need to transfer to a pack that feeds me pizza. I'm up-to-date on all my training, housebroken and don't bite. (Wait, that last part was about my cat. He's not a registered Scouter.)

 
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