Kids and law or hilarious. I often ask my five-year-old Nicholas what he learned in school today. So when he turned it around and asked what I learned in [law] school. I had to think for a second.
"Suppose you have a sucker and I take it away. Then mommy gives you a new sucker because I took yours. Should I have to give your sucker back, since you already have a new sucker" I asked. (The collateral source rule)
"No," he says.
"Why not" I ask, going all socratic on him.
"Because that would be too much sugar." (What is wrong with this kid!)
"What if you get to save the second sucker for later?" I ask.
"Yes, then you have to give me back my sucker."
"Well that's what I learned in school today" I replied.