A conversation between a mother, a father, two teenage boys, and a little boy.
Mother walks in to kitchen and sees teenage boy looking for food in pantry and little boy at kitchen table. Little boy is pouring water into several containers.
“What are you doing?” – Mother
“Getting something to eat.”- Tall Boy
“Not you. Your little brother. What is going on with all the water containers? What are you doing?” – Mother
“I’m being a scientist. I am seeing what kinds of things can freeze in water.” – Little Boy
“Oh. Being a scientist is good, but it sure is messy. Here’s a towel to wipe up some of the water.” – Mother
Mother hands towel to little boy.
“It would be really cool is if we could freeze different types of liquid. I bet we could freeze pee.” – Little Boy
“Eww.” – Tall Boy
“Why would you want to freeze pee?” – Mother
“Because it’s a liquid, Mom. We have to see if all liquids freeze.” – Little Boy
Old Boy walks into the kitchen.
“What are you guys talking about?” – Old Boy
“Freezing pee.” – Tall Boy
“Ha, ha. You guys are weird. If you freeze pee you could make ice cubes and serve them in drinks when friends come over to visit.” – Old Boy
“Yeah. You could tell everyone it’s lemonade, if you add a little sugar.” – Tall Boy
“Ha, ha.” – Old Boy, Little Boy and Tall Boy
Father walks into the kitchen.
“What is so funny?’ – Father
“The Y chromosome you added to our children is acting up again.” – Mother