Me: “What is a baby dog called?”
EB: “A puppy”
Me: “Very good! What is a baby cow called?”
EB: “Erm…” (I can see his brain cells churning) “A baby pig is a piglet!” (with a big grin on his face)
Me: “That is true, but I did not ask you about a baby pig” 😮
I am sure we have all been in conversations like this at one time or the other, and not only with kids! Want to share yours 🙂 ? What do you think it is that makes people ignore the question asked, formulate a question of their own, and then go ahead to answer it with all confidence?