Mother: If you behave that way you won't be coming with me today.
Child 1: Where are you going?
Mother: I don't know but if I do go, you are not coming.
Child 2: Where are you going?
Mother: Nowhere! But if I do go out only well behaved kids are coming.
Child 3: Are you going somewhere?
Mother: Is there a string in my back? I'm not going out but if I did he couldn't come.
Child 1: How can you have a string in your back?
Child 2: She means she's saying the same thing over and over.
Child 1: But you can't have a string in your back like Woody. That's impossible.
Child 2: You're being stupid. She just meant she had to keep saying he couldn't go out if he was bad.
Child 4: Who's going out? Is Mum going out? Where are you going?
Mother:(muttering under breath) Quietly mad and to a restful asylum very soon.