Peyton don't play ya'll...

No, this isn't about the Superbowl and my fave quarterback Peyton Manning. This is about my 9 year old daughter who has hit a female right of passage...hostility toward boys who leave the toilet seat up.

I found this note in her bathroom after we had guests over and boys had used her bathroom...clearly, much to her dismay:




Notice her ire in the form of angry, serial killer handwriting and blantant misspellings. She didn't have time to worry about penmenship and grammar when something so important was on the line. Yes, my baby is growing into a young woman. She'll make a great (nagging) wife one day.

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15 comments:

Steph @Red Clay Diaries said...

SNORT. You must be doing something right.

Wendy said...

Please frame this note. Maybe even have it bronzed. I'm thinking I need that sign for my bathrooms, too.

And because it's just so appropriate...
WV: peemove: If you're gonna pull a peemove here, make sure you put the seat back down. Stupid boys.

Lianne said...

Yeah, YEAH! I may print this out and hang it in all our bathrooms.

Crazy, no-aim guys.

Bridget Chumbley said...

Love it!

katdish said...

Awesome! And yeah...be grateful you don't have boys. I swear, my son's room smells like a hampster cage.

katdish said...

Yeah, I know I typed "hampster", but that's how I pronounce it.

lindsay white said...

hahahahhahahahhahahahaha I love her

S. Etole said...

she's right on track ...

jennifer said...

I NEED that sign! I think she was right on the money!

Candace Jean July 16 said...

I think you should reproduce that, frame a bunch and sell them in Wendy's etsy shop.

Gentlemen with short bats should always stand closer to home plate.

Marni said...

Candy, I almost wet myself over that one!!!

Annie K said...

Make sure you give a framed copy of that to her on her wedding day.

Kelli said...

God love her! Coming from a girl who lives with all men (including the stupid cat), I can definitely relate. You get 'em Peyton!

Kathleen said...

My husband has 4 brothers. I am from a matriarchal family with mostly girls. When we first were married, I asked him sweetly if he would mind sitting down when he peed. He scratched his head confusedly, then dryly
replied. "You know I love you, but i've been standing up for 29 years and am not going to start sitting down now." I quickly realized I had crossed a line - the line that if he had capitulated, would have made my man a eunuch. :)

Danny Burch said...

When I was just a wee tike my great grandmother hand stitched and framed a little rhyme that now hangs in my guest restroom...
ahem..

"If you sprinkle when you tinkle please be neat and wipe the seat."