Regular Moms Scold Characters From Literature


LAUREL: Uh, uh, uh! You are not going outside without any shoes on. LAUREL: Tom Sawyer, you know you have shoes and I don’t want to see you with those ripped pants again. Get it together! MOLLY: It smells like smoke in here, little Miss Salander. And why are there cigarette burns in the rug? Lisbeth, you get no computer time for a week. Uh, uh, uh, two weeks! MEGAN: Nancy Drew, are you still awake? Don’t shine your flashlight at me, alright? Why don’t you solve the mystery of what smells so bad in here. Do your laundry, huh? LAUREL: Romeo, oh, Romeo, wherefore art your backpack? We’re going to school. I’m leaving now, in five, four, three, two, let’s go. MEGAN: Ooh-ooh, are you there, Margaret? It’s me, you mom. Take the dog for a walk. MOLLY: When I said to draw the drapes and dress the turkey, you know what I meant, Amelia Bedelia! Uh, you’re so literal. LAUREL: Sherlock, you need to do something outside. You’ve been holed up in your room playing violin for hours. Why don’t you go find that nice Watson boy, huh? MOLLY: Dracula, it’s 10:30 in the morning. Get up! And if I find out you’ve been out all night again, you’re grounded. MEGAN: Oh, Moby Dick, stop leaving your wet things everywhere! I don’t care if you’re a whale. We have hard wood floors! MEGAN: Anthony, can you say The BreakWomb? ANTHONY: No!

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  1. HAHAHA!!! LOL that was so awesome "We have HARDWOOD FLOORS!" Ooohh the thoughts.. the characters I wanted to slap in my AP lit class….Can we tell Ms Havisham to clean up?! Or how about Daisy to stop partying so much and get a job!

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