6 teenagers and a hammer

I just told a 17 year old girl, “you need to settle down with that hammer, young lady.” and six teenagers burst out laughing.

Kelly's hammer

This is a foam hammer that has been covered in duct tape “so it will hurt more”. The hammer was being used to…well…hammer knees. (Which was actually rather amusing.)

Thing 2 and five of her friends are hanging out, they were playing Risk when I rolled in, now they’ve moved on to a game called Resistance.
I cannot describe the entertainment value! Apparently there is a “game” they play…when someone belches everyone must say a color, the last one to speak must make a “sex noise”…I am HOWLING at what these kids think sex noises sound like!!

They’ve settled into their game and there is less belching and color shouting going on…I’m listening (though not “creeping”) to them talk about the game and it actually sounds quite interesting…I’m going to drink a beer(s) and try to write a paper (which might look a bit more like me watching Sherlock for the fourth time)   

This is one of my favorite Friday nights in a long while.

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6 thoughts on “6 teenagers and a hammer

  1. This made me giggle.. Ahh to be young again!

    • I giggled at them all night! I never want to do it over again, but if I had to…I’d want these friends!

  2. Howisbradley

    Now I have images of what they think sex noises are and I can’t get them out of my head. Very funny.

    • The craziest one involved an imitation of Gollum’s “my precious” now that one caused a spit take!

  3. Your kids sound lively and funny! I think this was a great night, as you said, to have a beer, relax and revel in their youthful ways! Belching and sex noises! Sounds like the “American Pie” movies! Fun stuff!

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