Monday, May 4, 2009

Primary is Entertainment

"What does a man have to hold to be able to baptize?" says the chorister.

"The organic preisthood." says one child.

"The ironic preisthood." says another.

I'm sure my contorted face and inability to supress my laughter behind the piano gave it away.

14 comments:

Sarah said...

Ha! Ya, you never know what those kids will say. One day our person doing sharing time asked the children how they look when they are getting ready to pray and one boy replied - "handsome". We were all cracking up.

Ben and Alissa said...

Too funny!!

I loved being the pianist in primary. I miss it, but I do enjoy going to Relief Society most weeks. I wish they would do a trade off of two pianists that would swap playing in RS and primary, then they could both go to primary and RS. That would be nice.

Nancy Face said...

Jeepers, I miss being the chorister! I had 4 callings when I went to church yesterday, and by the time I went home I had 5! EEEK!!!

Amy said...

LOL... that's hilarious. I love it. My girls think I have "viruses" planted in my front yard... (irises)

Brooklet said...

I just got released from primary on sunday, and boy am I going to miss it, mostly the comments from the kids.

The Mom said...

LOL! That is too funny! I am also the chorister and I love the comments I hear. I need to start writing them down!

tharker said...

At least you get to sit behind the piano and hide your giggles ;) Kids are so funny!

PRP said...

That's hilarious! I still get confused myself sometimes...:)

goddessdivine said...

That's one thing I miss about primary--those hilarious comments from kids. They're a hoot!

Breeze said...

That is so funny!!! I'm glad you shared this!! Kids do say the darndest things sometimes.

Kris said...

I love what little kids. These are some of the best answers. So cute.

One Cluttered Brain said...

So funny! I am in the primary now and I LOVE it. I'll have to think about ALL the funny things they say! Thanks for sharing!

Brigette-boo said...

ha ha! I LOVE PRIMARY!

Stephanette said...

During Fast & Testimony Meeting, one of the little boys got confused and went up and read his talk for Primary. When everyone started giggling, he got really embarrassed, but he gave a great two minute talk!