Wednesday, April 1, 2009

A Call From A Band Locker (not an April Fools joke)


It was just an ordinary day a couple of days back and I was doing my normal house cleaning routine when the phone rang and I noticed it was my lovely teen on the line!! My first thought was: does he not have to be in class? So when I answered the phone I was already annoyed that he was calling and I decided that this had better be GOOD! Let me tell you, it was better than good! It was down right roll on the floor, pee my pants laughing good! The conversation went something like this:


Me: Hello?


Teen: Hysterical laughter!


Me: What do you need son?


Teen: More hysterical laughing!


Me: I am serious, what do you need?


Teen: I need you to call the office to get someone to help me!


Me: OK, help you with what?


Teen: More hysterical laughter and I can tell he is not alone!


Me: (Angry by this point) Tell me what you need or I am hanging up!!!


Teen: Well, my friend and I are stuck in a band locker! We got in and our friends locked us in and walked away leaving us trapped so could you please call the office and have them send someone to let us out!


Me: (Rolling with laughter) You have got to be kidding me!!!


Teen: No, Mom, I am not!


So I called the school office and told them of my child's predicament and they called for a custodian! Needless to say all the administrators heard the request for help and laughed hysterically also! The only thing that would have made it funnier was if I was there with the camera when they were released from the locker! My son is 6 ft 2 inched and weighs 230 lbs so he is not a small guy and he was trapped with a girl in this locker!! Talk about a tight squeeze! Kids.......why do they try such stupid things? Oh, well they are fine and the school got a good laugh and so did I!

13 comments:

Liss said...

that is funny. I am imagining all the laughter that must have been comming from the locker.

I am Harriet said...

I sure hope that you're paid well....

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Small Town Mommy said...

I might have had trouble making the call to the school because I was laughing so hard. Good thing he had his cell phone.

Tim said...

I gotta know what was he doing in there with her to begin with?

Love and prayers,

Tim

B Boys Mom said...

Very very funny!!!!

Lolli said...

That is hilarious!! Too bad about the camera.....that would have been perfect!

leigh3676 said...

So Funny! They must be pretty big lockers!

Michelle said...

Now this is funny. He's got a great story to tell his kids about his crazy day's in high school. LOL! Thanks for the laugh.

Dee said...

HAHAHA! Well..at least he was able to laugh about it........and had his phone! :)

Stacie's Madness said...

ah, yes. I remember something like this when I was in school...though it was the senior band guys, shoving ME in the locker.

jerks.

Good thing your son had his cell on him. ;)

Petula said...

Wow! That is pretty funny.

Veronica Lee said...

Your son is sooo cute! BTW, I'm a great fan of your site. So add 1 more to your count of fans you are supposed to collect and place on your sidebar!

The Queen said...

Wow,now that's a funny story. Darnit, I miss the old days of high schoo. *sigh* Good times, good times!

 

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