Grant: It was pretty awesome.
Mom: That's great! What did you do?
Grant: Well, we mostly learned about rules. But we also made a sculpture out of marshmallows. It was supposed to be something that we liked.
Mom: Oh yea. What did you make?
Grant: A single-celled organism.
Mom: A single-celled organism? Really? What did the other kids make?
Grant: Well, Jake made a football. And Cambria made an iPhone. And Scott made an army guy. And Lucas made a DS or something like that.
Mom: And you made a single-celled organism?
Grant: Yea. Like an amoeba or like when a baby is first made. You know, when it's a single cell.
Mom: A zygote.
Grant: Yea, like that.
Grant: Why is that funny? I like science. It's the best way to describe me.
Mom: That's why I'm laughing. Other kids made footballs and iPhones and you made a single-celled organism. It's just funny. Good funny. Like the funniest and best thing I've heard all day.
Grant: You're weird.