My children love quoting movies and spend an inordinate amount of time doing so. After a while, it can be wearing on the nerves, especially when they sing "The Morning Report" during the quoting, at the tops of their lungs.
I asked my children to talk about real life for a while. I'm thinking they'll talk about what great sledding they had, the Wii they want to buy, or what they're going to do that afternoon. Who was I trying to kid?
Gabriel said, "Okay. Xavier, who was the 16th president?" (His favorite thing to do is quiz his brothers on information he knows they don't know.)
Xavier replied, "I don't know. What do you think's going on in the war, right now?"
My children's concept of real life is very interesting.