One-Liner Wednesday — Did You?

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After Little League practice, the coach asked the team, “Did you learn anything new here today?”
Little Guy Gus, age 6, raised his hand and said, “Yes. I learned that I am the slowest one here.”

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56 Responses to One-Liner Wednesday — Did You?

  1. bikerchick57 says:

    Poor little Gus. Not the best thing to learn about himself.

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  2. JoAnna says:

    Aw. I hope the coach pointed out one of is strengths. Remember the tortoise and the hare!

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  3. Joanne Sisco says:

    I can relate to little Gus. We have a lot in common πŸ˜‰

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  4. J Walters says:

    Nice pick for the challenge!

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  5. marianallen says:

    That was what I always learned, too.

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  6. Benson says:

    Aw Gus there is always going to be someone faster. Remember sometimes if you go too fast you miss a lot.

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  7. ghostmmnc says:

    aww I feel his pain. At least he was on the team. When we did baseball or whatever, I was always the last one picked, because they had to, and was stuck way out in the outfield where no one ever hit a ball. I’d just sit down and think deep thoughts making up stories in my head. haha! πŸ™‚

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  8. Geraint Isitt says:

    You don’t have to be fast if you hit it out of the park πŸ˜‰

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  9. A simple but difficult lesson. I bet he was better than each of the others in some different way. πŸ™‚

    janet

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  10. Ah poor Gus! Both my kids can relate. The can hit, and field, they played ball all through their school years and well into adulthood, but. When it came to running the bases. Everything was moving, but nothing was going very fast. It was watching them run in slow motion. They learned to hit the ball harder, and farther to give themselves time to get on base. πŸ™‚ Man, do I miss those years!

    I hope Gus learns how to hit the ball hard and far! πŸ™‚

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    • joey says:

      I do, too, Deborah. He’s a strong kid an his older brother plays, so I feel like that’s helpful, too.
      None of my kids ever played baseball, and I find I’m glad. Soccer was hot enough for me to sit through — a summer sport might have killed me! LOL

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  11. lorriedeck says:

    That’s awesome! Kids say the best things.

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  12. Dan Antion says:

    Sad to learn, but it’s always good to know your strengths and weaknesses.

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  13. Oh poor little Gus. I hope with practice he gets faster. And I know how those little boys can pick on somebody like Gus. ❀

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  14. Ha,ha, very cute. πŸ˜€

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  15. Luanne says:

    Oh, that’s sad! That coach is a big jerk.

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  16. Well, that’s inspiring. At least he knows he can improve. Those who don’t see their shortcomings never improve.

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  17. JT Twissel says:

    Slowest isn’t necessarily bad. Actually, it isn’t bad at all. At least he doesn’t lie or make up excuses like so many politicians. Sounds like he’s a great kid.

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  18. LindaGHill says:

    Haha! Poor kid sounds like me when I was little. πŸ˜›

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  19. reocochran says:

    Aww, this is an astute little person! Gus, you will find your place, one way or another.

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  20. Erika says:

    Haha, bless him! I learned the same thing early on.

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  21. larva225 says:

    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Owning it!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  22. Oh, bless his little heart x

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  23. I think I’d like Gus. πŸ™‚

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  24. Gus sounds like a sweet, little guy. At least he had enough confidence to speak his mind. I’m sure he’ll be an asset to the team. πŸ™‚

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