A Conversation With Charlie (Age 5) Wherein He Shatters the Myth
HIM: Dad, imagination is boring.
ME: What? It is?
HIM: Yeah. Imagining things. That's boring!
ME: Why do you say that?
HIM: Because you don't get to do anything. You don't go anywhere. You don't do anything. You just sit there and think.
ME: What's better than imagining things?
HIM: Doing stuff! Doing stuff is cool! Imagination is SO BORING!
ME: Well. Okay. You have a pretty good point there.
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Holy shit! What if he's right?
Of course he's right! The problem is, now you're going to have to start buying toys and crap. Those fleeting years kids actually believe in imagination - those are the golden years.
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