Just rambling through the forest of life.

The Garlics

Yesterday our son was arguing about wanting to watch a Dr Who episode. As he is only five years old, I thought he was too young and would find it scary.

He said he was big and grown up and said he was would not find it scary.

Giving in I asked him what he wanted to watch. he replied “The ones with the Garlics in”.

Tried to explain they were called Daleks, but couldn’t stop laughing.

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