young love

There’s a little girl in Ty’s class, cute as a bug and so sweet and funny.  She and Ty became fast friends at the beginning of the year, they’re always playing together, and they even have nicknames. They call each other “Aye Carumba”.  As in, “Hi Aye Carumba”… “Oh hi, Aye Carumba!”  (I have no idea)
Anyway, I received the following email from her dad last night…
                                                                                                                                                                        Dear Ty’s Mom:                                                                                                                                I’ve been hearing a lot about Ty lately, and Sophie wanted to send him this note:
sophie  ty.
dddddddddddddddddddddddddddd\owiujryt5hy u5ke4i5i74hwjtfoli,k4j l,ejk rhjv m gbmncvfvcnvc ncv bnvb n.
I hope that Ty still lives in the area when Sophie is 35, as that is when we have determined that she will begin dating.
Sophie’s Dad  😉

Oh gah, I am STILL laughing.  Good stuff.  


Filed under boys, parenting, things that amuse me, things that I love

5 responses to “young love

  1. interactivejones

    fridge magnet mondays and chick magnite tuesdays.

  2. So the question is whether or not the dad coded Sophie’s words. 😉

    Sounds like a really cool girl.

  3. Leah

    Haha – this is awesome. I *think* in Spanish in takes on the meaning of “oh damn”, “ugh” or things along those lines.

    But…in Portuguese (and I remember the guys using this when I was in Brazil), it takes on the meaning of “whoaaa baby” – like – “check her out” ;o) LOVES it!

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