Once upon a time, a mother was driving her little girl to her friend’s house for a play date. The innocent and curious child couldn’t help but ask some personal questions during the car ride. She first asked her mother’s age, to which the mother replied that it was impolite to ask a lady about her age. Undeterred, the little girl then inquired about her mother’s weight. Again, the mother gracefully avoided answering, explaining that such questions are personal and not appropriate to ask.
However, the little girl’s curiosity didn’t end there. She proceeded to ask her mother why she and her father got a divorce. The mother, feeling a bit exasperated, told her daughter that it was enough with the questions and that it was not something she should be asking.
Upon arriving at their destination, the two friends began to play, and the little girl couldn’t help but share her frustration with her friend. In response, her friend had an amusing idea. She suggested that the little girl could find all the answers she seeks on her mother’s driver’s license. To her young mind, the license seemed like a report card containing all the necessary information.
Later that night, armed with this newfound knowledge, the little girl confidently approached her mother and announced, “I know how old you are, you are 32.” The mother was taken aback, wondering how her daughter had managed to discover this private detail. But the surprises didn’t end there; the little girl continued, “I also know that you weigh 140 pounds.”
At this point, the mother was thoroughly shocked, wondering how her young daughter had obtained such personal information. With a mischievous glint in her eye, the little girl triumphantly revealed, “And I know why you and Daddy got a divorce.”
Intrigued and astonished, the mother asked, “Oh really? Why is that?”
The little girl replied with a smile, “Because you got an F in s3x.”
The joke humorously portrays the innocent and straightforward nature of children, as well as their clever ways of gathering information. It highlights the challenges of parenting and the amusing situations parents may find themselves in when trying to navigate their children’s endless curiosity. Ultimately, the story brings a smile to our faces, reminding us of the joy and laughter that children can bring into our lives.