What My Son Thinks of Philosophy

[hide-this-part]

[/hide-this-part]

After our two-year-old son’s bath we decided to let him air out. I know, you already know what’s going to happen. While I was working on some work for my graduate program my wife heard, “poo, poo, poo.” That usually means “Winnie the Pooh,” but this time, you guessed it-he took a crap right on one of my reading assignments for a philosophy of language course. I guess my son has an early start at hating “the linguistic turn” in philosophy. I think Deleuze did the exact same thing once.



PREVIOUS POST:


NEXT POST:

Visit our ARCHIVES for More Laughs and Cringing
SUBMIT Your Pictures, Videos, and/or Tales of Woe!

  • Anonymous

    Hey at least he did it on the paper! I can’t even train my dog to do that!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=553103293 Annette Erdtsieck

    aaaaaaaahahahahahahah!!! pooposophy101

  • http://www.facebook.com/melissa.seifman Melissa Seifman

    at least its not the river of ‘mud’ that oozes and makes excellent fingerpainting material for walls.. *speaks from personal cleaning experience*

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bland-Rooker/100001276022499 Bland Rooker

    I guess his philosophy on life is “shit happens”. 🙂

  • Kate Neptune

    Haha, having taken several courses on the philosophy of language, I can say that I feel the exact same way about Grice.

  • http://momginerd.blogspot.com/ Nic

    OMG….at least it was solid!

  • http://twitter.com/DerekWriteLines Derek Thompson

    On the plus side, it was a solid comment…

  • Anonymous

    hmm… that’s rather large for a three-year-old. i think you might need to increase his fibre intake. and provide better reading material obviously.

    • Ann Wahlström

      ha ha ha – later he may try to blame it on the dog?