“Like Tommy Lee Jones in the movie ‘JFK’, during the gay orgy scene” he says.
You ask him why he wants to look Tommy Lee Jones in the movie ‘JFK.’
“I’m in high school and I’ve been trying to come up with a look that helps me to stand out and announces my identity, and when I saw Tommy Lee Jones in gold body paint I thought, ‘That’s what I’ve been missing,’” he says.
You know you’re supposed to support your son so you take him to a costume shop and help him pick out some tubes of gold body paint.
“You’re sure you wanna do this,” you ask him when he comes down for breakfast the next day, covered in paint. “You look like a bowling statue.”
“I guess I do look kind of funny,” he says.
“You have to remember, Tommy Lee Jones is a movie star. He had to get into shape for that role,” you say.
“Did you just call me fat?” your son asks.
Nod your head. Your son is only 5’4” and he weighs 210 pounds already. He’s crying now.
“Hey. Hey,” say to him. “Why don’t we work together to slim you down to the point where you’ll look even better than Tommy Lee Jones did in that gold body paint.”
Your son will nod and you and he will go to subway and start eating those diet sandwiches until all his weight is lost. Subway will contact him and ask him if he’d like to be in a commercial. He’ll ask if he can wear gold body paint in it. Subway won’t contact him again.
Happy Your Son Wants To Cover Himself In Gold Body Paint Day!