today, i went to st anne's church kindergarten. was talking to a kid named Andrew Mark Snograss. (a very bright kid) he once told me that he loved watching "Walking with Monsters" on every wednesday night, 10pm. (*Kaoz... how many children would say that they love this show?!) so, as i remembered that today is wed, i ask Andrew if he's gonna watch the show today. he said ya and blah blah with his story. last week when he told me about the show, i "act clever" and said that it was a dinosaurs show and then he said, "NO!!! it's a reptile show."
then, he asked me shortly after our conversation that there's a reptile that weigh only 3kg and very quickly, i answered him, "aiyah, salamander?" and he was like, "NO..!! salamander is an Amphibians." and my next thought was "OH YA!!! BASKET!!!" then, he said that the reptile was like the size of a chicken and it weighs only 3kg... then i asked him what's that. he said, "Compsognathus." i was like "WTF?!?!" at first, i thought he was just blabbering. then i test him by asking him how to spell and he said confidently, "C.O.M.P.S.O.G.N.A.T.H.U.S!!!" nvm... i said i will go check it and i ask him to spell it again and i wrote it down.
As i reached home, i on my computer and typed exactly what he spelt on yahoo.com. hold and behold, the spelling was right and i SCREAM~!!! and YES I SCREAMED...!!!
Compsognathus was a bird-like dinosaur that walked on two long, thin legs; it had three-toed feet. A long tail acted as a counterbalance and for stability during fast turns. It had short arms with two clawed fingers on each hand. Compsognathus had a small, pointed head with small, sharp teeth, hollow bones, and a long, flexible neck.
stupid... i felt so dumb... he's good... he win...
is it true that all andrews are so smart?