Patented

On the last day of school, Noah came home with a giant folder.

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Instead of showing you all the glorious pieces of art he had amassed from the whole of second grade (DON’T THINK I DIDN’T CONSIDER IT) I will instead show you this one gem, a staggering work of genius on one sheet of paper. I give you: Noah’s Inventions.

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Now, to be fair, I think this might already exist. But he didn’t know that, nosiree!

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He had me at rainbow-coned ice cream. But then he took it all the way. It never runs out? SOLD.

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Such an awesome and terrifying idea all at once. Just think about all the times you were called to the board as a kid in school. OH THE THINGS MY WHITE BOARD WOULD HAVE REVEALED.

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This one is my favorite, just on sheer artistic merit. Also, I’m sensing a theme in these unique visions, and that theme is laziness. My work here is done.

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Tagline: nailed it. Rock on, inventor kid. Go where you want.

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1 Darth { 07.26.13 at 9:45 am }

Noah: Wednesday evening’s dog walk, a full poop bag, passing an open-lidded household dumpster. Noah’s suggestion: deposit the bag in the dumpster. Response: No, because recent rain would have produced several inches of standing water in its bottom, and my mind revolts at the idea of a dog-poop bag in the wet dumpster cesspool. FAST FORWARD TO THIS MORNING: Our own dumpster on the street, the collecting truck recently gone, dumpster lid open. Noah volunteers to go out and close the lid so water doesn’t collect in bottom . . . accepts suggestion to simply retrieve the dumpster instead, and does so.

What an incredibly thoughtful boy. Reminds me of his Dad at a similar age.

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