Snucking the Googies

Things You Should Know Before Having Kids

Adults who are sick with colds tend to be pretty miserable.

It’s true.

Think about the last time you had a cold. All of the endless nose-blowing and throat-clearing. So many tissues. Chicken soup leaking out of your ears because you ingested so much of it.

Now picture the same sickness, but the horrible inability to blow your nose because you don’t know how.

Welcome to the world of being a baby.



Enter…The Aspirator

For this purpose a wonderful tool was invented. It is called the nasal aspirator


It’s a wonderful utility that allows you to use suction to extract mucus.

Mrs. J calls it The Snot Sucker.

Rightly so. That’s essentially what it does.

Even such a small device can evoke a lot of humour.

The other day I was talking to her on the phone. She was sleep deprived, as the whole household had been embroiled in a battle with the cold virus and due to this condion, she was inventing new words. These words made complete sense, even though they didn’t exist in the official English Dictionary.

This one word, though, is one of the best words ever invented…

Snucking


As for googies, you will have to ask my friend Kirk about that.


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4 Responses

  1. Snot sucking!

    Squishy face!

  2. Here’s what you do:

    You get a nice canvas. You suck up the snot at various times (giving various types of consistancy and colour). You fire that snot at the canvas. After about a year of this, you sell the canvas to the National Gallery of Canada for 4.1 million dollars. Cut uncle Davie in for just 0.1 million are I’ll consider us square.

  3. Hey Blogfather,

    Its been a long time. I just wanted to stop by and say hi:)
    those baby snot thingies strangely resemble a turkey baster…. mmmm gravy…

    😮 Leah.

  4. I am sure the Tate modern will outbid Canada. As long as the colours are good.

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