I've been quizzing Benjamin (7) on one of his reading books for school, one of the Captain Underpants titles. He wasn't doing very well with my questions, so he was asked to read it again. While going through one of the chapters, he exclaims, "Oooooooh! Now I see! They poured the chemical out of the window; THAT'S what turned the dandelion giant!"
"Uh huh," I reply, somewhat distractedly, since I'm trying to cook the damn chicken.
"I just realized that I drew my first conclusion."
"And your second one as well!" I reply.
"What do you mean?," says Ben.
"Didn't you just draw the conclusion that you just drew your first conclusion?"
Now I have to figure out where he's gettin' all this highfalutin language about "drawing conclusions" and shit. I've not yet drawn any conclusions.