Monday Mocabulary Lesson

June 23, 2008

You might already know this, but MORMON + VOCABULARY = MOCABULARY

Today's Mocabulary word is Sunbeam.

Sunbeam (sŭn'bēm')
noun
1. A three or four year old Sunday School student who accidentally spits in their teacher's mouth. Twice.
2. A young child who walks out of the restroom carrying his pants rather than wearing them.
3. A preschool-aged person who likes to lick the teacher's shin repeatedly.
4. A short human being who is incapable of successfully executing The Hammer Dance, The Cabbage Patch, or Jazz Hands.

13 comments:

Minnie said...

I think I just spit some water out of my mouth.
You kill me.

akshaye said...

Sounds delightful!

Emily Murdock said...

So what is the Mocabulary word for a big human who can't execute jazz hands?
High Priest?

:)

Our Little World said...

You have an awesome calling! I was just called as the new compassionate service assistant in my HUGE ward!

Michemily said...

At least the kid didn't barf in your mouth. I've heard of two people telling stories like that. But that might be for a different Mocabulary post, namely "Pre-Nursery."

Bahston Beans said...

What? They didn't rock the Hammer Dance?! I'm soooo disappointed!

Mindy said...

5. Those same rascals who enjoy touching the substitute teacher's padded bra. Over and over. And over.

Jess said...

You better hope that spitter had his Hepatitis vaccine. Is that in the Mocabulary?

P.O.M. said...

Taking quite the liking to your new "calling" I see.
ha ha. I had a feeling that would be for some good bloggin'.

Sarah said...

I'm no mormon, but are the hammer dance, the cabbage patch, and jazz hands part of the approved curriculum for said sunbeam class?

David & Sammy said...

Excellent. Please place a video camera in your room next Sunday. I'm sure you wouldn't even need to hide it.

Grandma said...

wait until you have to buy the lice shampoo for yourself- just in case!

Gail said...

With ya-sunbeams in Windham teacher