It’s Brain Surgery, Not Rocket Science

“Mom, when I grow up I might wanna be a brain surgeon. I hear that’s a pretty good job. But here’s the thing, I’ll have to find some other guy to do the surgery because that would just be gross.”  Jay-9

That’s probably a good idea since he tends to freak out at the sight of his own blood.

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28 Responses to It’s Brain Surgery, Not Rocket Science

  1. Dad says:

    To succeed in this world you must be able to delegate.

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  2. goeber says:

    Hehe. 🙂 it is gross! 🙂

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  3. Lenore Diane says:

    Yes, as “Dad” said – the ability to delegate is an asset.

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  4. Jessica says:

    Out-sourcing at such a young age equals success!

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  5. ANNIE says:

    I studied brain surgery, But I immediately flunked scalpel

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  6. Michael says:

    Dad, and Jay, have it all figured out!

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  7. It’s all squishy

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  8. ryoko861 says:

    He just wants the paycheck!

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  9. By the time he’s old enough, he will probably be able to do it using virtual-reality anyway.

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  10. frigginloon says:

    No room for a boo boo 🙄

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  11. Sounds like he’s more of a ‘big-picture’ guy.
    🙂

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  12. kidzcomic says:

    Kids do say the darndest things! The proof might come in about 10 years in high school science class, although I’m not even sure if they still dissect things anymore … hmmm…. I actually don’t know.

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  13. Jackie Cangro says:

    I’d like to hire someone out to do my job. Wonder what my boss would say about that.

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  14. Binky says:

    We could all be a lot of things, especially if we didn’t actually have to do those things!

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