Inspired by PhotoBooth Journal Blog, post about Grumpy with a doll
Every mother has probably had or seen one of those emotionally draining shopping tours experiences when their child is crying or throwing a tantrum. When this occurs, all she wants is to get out of that store as quickly as possible so she doesn’t go insane.
Shopping mall. Saturday.
A beautiful woman with a child walking around in the store.
“Emma!” – said a child.
“What did you say, darling?” – asked her mother.
“I’ll call her Emma.”
I have to spend more time with her.
She is totally out of control.
“A doll. I told you. You promised me to buy Emma when you’ll get the money from your boss. Can we go and look at her? Can we go? I want my Emma! I WANT my Emma! I WANT MYYYYYYY Emmmmmaaaaaa!!”
Be calm. Let her scream.
No-one is looking at you.
You’ve been there before, you can handle it.
“Stop yelling.. of course we’ll go and look at her. But we have to buy a warm sweater for you first.”
As the girl tested her young lungs to see how loud she could be, and as a woman allowed her stress to build, an older man (very well-dressed) walked by and made eye contact with a woman (or her legs). He smiled and said:
“I see there’re a big troubles in the house”
This hottie need some spanking. Today is your pay-check day, buddy! Yeaaahhhh!
Why all beautiful women always bringing crazy crying kids in the stores?
Cant they just leave them at home? Ok, John, you can handle this kid!
“Hey, what’s this stuff on your nose, cutie? Chocolate? – the man touched kids nose.
“Um, no. It’s a blood from when you punched me in the face this morning”
“I’m so so sorry. Wild imagination. She has never even gotten a swat on the butt. But next time (to the girl) I’ll consider that, young lady!”
If not your mother, I’d teach you manners.
“Let me help you, ladies. As I understood, the problem is in the doll. I could ask the salesman to give it to us for a moment. Would you like to keep a doll?”
Do not talk with me in a baby voice.
Hate, hate, hate you!
Stop looking at my mum’s legs all the time.
You are disgusting!
“We had no plans to buy a doll,” – said a female voice.
“Mmmm, me too. We can just let her keep it for a while and I’ve got an idea – lets take a picture in the PhotoBooth. There’s one right here, inside of the store, near the door,” – politely answered the older man.
“Give her to me. I want my Emma!”
“Only to take a picture!”- strictly said her mother.
“Ok. Whatever,” – the girl nodded.
“And where’s our smile? Cheeeeeseeee! Haha” – the man started to laugh.
“I have no idea, ask your nurse,” – said the voice from a PhotoBooth cabin.
“Ok, let me just fix a doll for the photo.”
“DON’T TOUCH MY BODY!!! I DON’T WANT YOU TO TOUCH MY BODY!!!!” – tiny scream from a PhotoBooth cabin.
This child is nuts!
“Nobody touching you or your Emma. Please, just smile…and remember, we have to be thankful to this gentleman for this amazing possibility today.”
And you will! Noooow you will, for sure.
Tonight is the night! To be thankful to my ‘Johnny’!
“No, no and no!…It was my pleasure to help 2 amazing ladies. So what you’d say about Tequilla?”
“I don’t drink”
“Haha, its a restaurant.”
The restaurant. Of course.
What’s is on the menu? ‘Open your legs-chicken’?
And for what exactly? I see right through you, old man.
“I don’t know. I was busy whole week and I’d like to spend more time at home…” – she answered, holding the hand of her daughter.
“You know what? I’d like to buy a doll for your kid. Cool idea?”
“Oh! Thank you so much! But No. And again – THANK YOU!”
It will be one HAPPY session tonight, Girl.
Hope you are ready, because I am.
A beautiful woman and her child with a doll leaving the store.
“Are we going to Tequilla tonight?” – suddenly asked a kid.
“Yes. How did you know that? I think he’ll be very happy to see you again. Haha. Especially Emma.”
“I doubt it. Hm. Emma would like to sing to him there. “I’d love to kill you with a kiss, oh-oh, I’d like to strike you down with bliss, oh-oh, I’d like to tie you up in knots, oh-oh, until your heart stops…”
“I like the ending only. Sing him that.” – the woman smiled.
Living in Sweden/Born in USSR. Happy. Ayurvedic food. Healthy lifestyle. Dogs. Literature. Painting. Meditation/Yoga. I love my life.
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