Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Kisses

The little girl that has kissed Mica twice told him last week that she loved him and that he looks like Justin Bieber. I was thinking, "NO!"

Justin Bieber
Image found here.
The first time she kissed him, he bent her fingers back. I told him never to do that. He should always just tell the teacher when someone does something that makes him feel uncomfortable happens! The second time, he just told the teacher.

Mica's teacher does not approve of kissing! It was a problem she had towards the beginning of the year. She tells her Kindergartener's that they can't date until they are 20.

What is it that kids and teens like about Justin Bieber? I don't think he's all that, but I'm not their age. I see little girls wearing t-shirts with his picture on it. If I had a little girl I wouldn't encourage that. If they were a teen, that's a little different.

Who was your Hollywood crush when you were younger? I liked River Phoenix. It's too bad he died young - drug overdose. I thought Tom Cruise was hot in Top Gun. Now I think he's a little wacky.

5 comments:

GJT said...

Okay, first of all, bending her fingers back after being kissed? I know I shouldn't be laughing, but I can totally see that scene play out in my head and see my son doing something similar. Perhaps slapping her. I'm sure that won't be his reaction 15 years from now. My childhood crushes were (and now I'm really dating myself!) Ricky Schroeder, Simon LeBon, and Scott Baio.

Gina
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Saru Singhal said...

In India Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan was a big rage in our times. I used to love Tom Cruise. :)

Becky Jane said...

I was in deep agony over Bobby Sherman (that dates me way back to the olden days...lol)

It must be the hair!!!

alissa apel said...

I've had to look up a few of these people! LOL

~ Noelle said...

ha! love this... i was all about jordan knight (new kids on the block!)

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