Saturday afternoon, the granddaughters (9 and 7) and I were playing Boggle - for those of you that don't know what it is, it's a word game, consisting of oh, either 25 or 36 or maybe even 49 die that have letters on all 6 sides. They sit in an enclosed tray, which is shaken at the beginning of the game. Purpose of the game is to find as many words in the mix that you can.
Being (many!) years older and having (many!) more years of spelling experience than my grandkids (of course), my list was long, whereas Ramona (9) had maybe 15 words, and Riley (7) had maybe 8.
At one point, Riley accused Ramona of looking at my paper. Ramona's response was, "I am not, you old hag."
I think it's hysterical, among other reasons, that the older one was calling the younger one an old hag!!!! (I did reprimand her for the name calling.)