Monday, December 7, 2009

How To Gross Your Mom Out In 4 Easy Steps


Step 1:
Rummage through the fridge and try to look innocent, when you expression totally says you're clearly up to something.



Step 2:
Concoct your evil plan and mix really well.
Divert Mom's attention by feigning bravery while facing not only tactile aversions, but also the barrage on your olfactory system.


Step 3: Voila! Laugh maniacally as it is confirmed you have officially reached Barf-o-Rama status.

Step 4: Try to get her to taste it.

**I don't know why it's doing that weird chipmunk fast-forward thing, but apparently I'm having some technical difficulties. Turn the volume off- you can still see the sheer joy in his face as he terrorizes me. If anyone knows how to remedy this, please let me know!**

9 comments:

mama edge said...

Taz used to do that -- he called it Monster Mash.

How'd it taste?

Tanya @ TeenAutism said...

Ha! What is it with ASD kids and mixing weird concoctions and trying to get their moms to eat it?! Nigel has made a career of this!

Anonymous said...

You remedy it by eating it and have him make you seconds....yummm...Hahahahaaaa

Corrie Howe said...

Okay, what is in it? If it is cream cheese and jelly, I'm in. If that was a potato I saw you fishing out, I'm out.

Marla said...

Eeeew. That looks really really bad. Fun though.;)

mommy~dearest said...

Corrie- yes, that was a potato. Haha...

The recipe is: Ketchup, mustard, mayo and miracle whip, a potato, peanuts, an onion, apple chunks, yogurt, cranberry sauce, rice krispies, and grape jelly.

Yum.

Anonymous said...

The egg (and shells) are a bonding component that hold it all together. All you would of have to do is bake it @ 350 for an hour and you would of had a fruit-condiment cake for the holidays. Perfect for the outlaws. hahahahaaaa

therextras said...

Exactly which one of you is sensory sensitive? Actually, before the egg went in (necessitating baking as anonymous so aptly said) that's not an unthinkable combination. Put it in the blender and give it a taste!
(mwaahaahaah)

Taking data from this crowd...guess none of you knew that children without diagnoses do this kind of thing, too.

Barbara

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