100 Things Your Kids May Never Know About

100 Things Your Kids May Never Know About. The one that made me laugh was #92: “Writing a check.” Not in the NSW Knitters Guild! I swear; they’ll be the last cheque-requiring holdouts in the country. The Snook and I finally killed off our cheque account a couple months ago, since it was costing us $10/month and we wrote maybe three cheques a year. Of course, that came back to bite me in the ass when I needed to send in a new Guild member’s registration form last week. Instead I had to make a special trip to the post office to get a money order, which cost me $4.50. It’s ridiculous. We pay all our bills electronically now, and there’s still this one organisation requiring me to send in a bit of paper.

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  1. I paid cash at McDonald’s the other day, as Penn stood whining, “I wanna push the green button!” (on the credt card terminal.) So I said, “Here, you can pay with this.” and handed him a ten dollar bill. He tried to put it INTO the credit card terminal, then tried to swipe it like a card. It was so cute…I tried really hard not to laugh and make fun of him in public. (After all, I’m the one who hasn’t taught him what money is!) Later, upon recounting this story to a friend, she told me her daughter found a nickle on the floor and was all, “Mommy, what’s this? Is it jewelry?” ! 🙂

  2. I take serious issue with #96 (but I’m sure you would have know that I would say that)

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