A guest Isaacism
Richard is walking a neighborhood 4 year old to his house.
Richard: “After I take you home I’m going to go for a walk.”
B.: “Do you want me to go for a walk with you?”
Richard: “It’s going to be a bit far, so how about we will go a little way and then your house.”
B. “That’s good. My aunt is there and she will play with me.”
[After walking a bit]
Richard: “You sure do have a lot of good aunts.”
B.: “Richard, that’s cause I’m the happiest boy in the world!”
The scene: Richard and Isaac are at the computer. Richard is showing Isaac how we can real-time track the location of the Adventure Science team in the mountains of California.
Richard: “Look there. They are almost at the location I told them to check out. [Richard pulls up an aerial photo] “See, there’s an anomaly there – that really bright spot. There might be something there, like a crashed plane.”
Isaac: “Are you sure it’s not a plane carrying radioactive material that is leaking and woke up some Weeping Angels?”
Richard: “No. No, I’m not. That’s why I sent Simon.”
A guest Isaacism, from a friend travelling in the Greece.
The scene: blue skies, green-blue water, submerged ruins of an ancient church peek out from the waves. Two young American boys are dressed head-to-toe in appropriate sun-blocking swimwear, with floatation devices strapped on for extra-safety. Local little kids are, of course, naked.
Mom [pointing out a little girl to her son]: “Why don’t you go say hello in Greek?”
Son: [hesitating and making a face]: “I don’t like the ways that girl’s butt looks.”
Richard: “Did you just say ‘ice beams don’t kill Pokemon’s?'”
Isaac [indignant]: “By the way Dad, ‘Pokemon’ is its own plural noun.”