Amusing (MM #3867)

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The mason minute. With Kevin mason, for some reason, small children, little kids call it what you want babies have always found me amusing, and that's usually on first sight. I go to the grocery store walking down an aisle and there's usually a little kid that just stares at me in a grocery cart, and they get this little smile on their face, and I smile back or wiggle my eyebrows or something and they laugh, had it the other night when we were at a restaurant and looked over and little kid was just staring at me and again I made a funny face and it laughed. Now I don't know if it's my hair because it's spiky and blond if it's my size if it's just my goofy looks. I can't figure out what it is. I've talked about it before, but for some reason, young children without even ever having spoken to me, find me amusing. I would have always thought because of my size, you would think they'd be afraid of something that big. They've always said little kids can look deep down in the soul and can tell if your friend or foe and for some reason I must be friend. I guess I'm honored, I guess I'm amused and so are they. It's always been this way. The little ones like me, I guess until they meet me, and then hopefully they like me after that, but there's no accounting for taste.

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