Friday, February 6, 2009

Feeling Crusty

Why the hell can't my kids eat their crust? What is so wrong with it? And its not like they're toddlers. I'm talking about the 14 year old.

CoftheU

6 comments:

ShallowGal said...

My grandmother used to tell me the crust would make my hair curly. And I believed her. And ate the crusts. Huh.

CoftheU said...

I've started telling him he will eat it out of the trash if I catch him throwing it away again. And he believes me. As well he should. Muah-hahahaha

Jodi said...

My teen has reached the stage of puberty where he'll eat the varnish off the kitchen table if I don't sling food at him fast enough. Send your crusts to me. It will help the grocery budget.

(I've spent $30 on apples and oranges just this week...)

Rachel said...

I don't whine too much about uneaten crusts, because if the kids ate them, then I usually wouldn't have a bite to eat all day. I find that I'm starving by dinnertime because the only thing I've eaten all day is Diet Coke and bread crusts.

Marinka said...

One of my kids is crust-free, the other isn't.

KD said...

As I was reading this whine I was tearing the crust off of a piece of bread. I'm 24 and I still don't eat my crusts! =P