Mr. Sensitive

November 22, 2011

I Know My Daughter

Filed under: Uncategorized — lbej @ 10:57

This really happened when we were all watching Up All Night on DVR yesterday.

DVR: [showing commercials, the last block between the end of the show and the 30 seconds after the end before the start of the next show, whatever that’s called]

Katie:  Fast forward!  FAST FORWARD!  WHERE’S JENNY?!

[Jenny was in charge of the remote.]

Jenny:  [not in the room suddenly]

Reagan:  I’ll do it!

Me:  Wait…you’re going to fast forward?

Katie:  You don’t think she can do it?

Me:  It’s Reagan.  She has to hit the same button twice in succession and time it right.

Katie:  I have confidence in her.

Reagan:  I can do it!  [Reagan hits the fast forward button about ten times, skipping immediately to the end of the recording.]

DVR:  Save program/Delete now?

Katie:  No, Reagie, don’t–

Reagan:  [Panic.  Hits delete now.]

DVR:  Are you sure you want to delete now?

Katie:  NOOOOOO!

Reagan:  [Extreme panic.  Nothing can stop it now.  Confirms delete.]

DVR:  New deletion speed record!

Katie:  Oh my god!

Me:  This is the best thing that’s ever happened.

Reagan:  [runs upstairs]

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4 Comments »

  1. Poor Reagie! I know how she feels with something like that as that’s exactly what I would have ended up doing. It all just happens so fast!

    Comment by Ruby Machi — November 22, 2011 @ 12:35 | Reply

    • It is what you would have done! It all makes sense now.

      Comment by lbej — November 22, 2011 @ 13:09 | Reply

  2. Oh Reagie. This is so hilarious. I’m sure she was so upset, though. She’s so sweet.

    Comment by Charlotte — November 22, 2011 @ 17:34 | Reply

    • She was upset, but she got over it. I told her that she helped me prove how I know the future and her mother doesn’t, and that made her feel better.

      Comment by lbej — November 22, 2011 @ 18:11 | Reply


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