Yes, I'm Correct.
a short play in one act
Cast: Becca, William, Mom, Matt, Elizabeth
B: What? What happened?
W: Gammy already took pictures.
B: Oohh, okay.
W: You can see them. Can you see them?
B: I'll look at them later. What'd you do at school today?
W: Um. I played everything. And got ready, and everything I did. And even searched for spiderwebs.
W: When I'm searching for spiderwebs, if I see a spider on it, (mumbles, trails off) I don't go close to it.
W: When I see a spider on it, I DON'T GO CLOSE TO IT!
B: Aaoh. Did you get something on your shirt today at school?
M: Yeah, something kind of yellow on it, what was that?
M: What's yellow on the bottom of your shirt?
W: Oh,it's mustard and ketchup. It was a stain; it dried.
B: It was a what?
W: Stain and dried.
M: Yeah. What happened; ya'll had a sandwich for lunch?
W: Nope. (remarking on something on the tip of his finger) Oh! Look at that.
B: What is it?
W: A red fly.
B: Oh, no.
E: A wed pie (red fly), wed pie ...
M: Try that good cheesy pizza
E: ... Wed pie, wed pie, wed pie ...
Ma: Um hmm. Red pie?
E: ... Wed
W: They put sdos on me. It put sdos on me.
Ma: It put stars on you?
W: No. Dots.
Ma: Dots. Oh.
W: That what's called a bite; a bug. Bug.
E: Bug. Wed bug.
Ma: Why don't you have some of the pizza, buddy?
M: Well, he will.
Ma: What kind of sauce do you like, buddy?
Ma: What kind of sauce do you like on your pizza?
W: Bwack (Black). No, no I mean red that is made out of strawberry.
Ma: Red that's made out of strawberry?
W: Yeah, this is red that is made out of strawberry, I think.
M: Try it.
Ma: Mmm hmmm.
E: Squeals, screeches, screams about Nu-nu.
W: (Takes bite, considers) Yes it is! I'm correct!
M: You're correct?
E: continued squeals and pleas for Nu-nu.
W: Isn't that good?
M: He's gonna munch, munch, munch; well ...
W: Crunch crunch crunch
M: ... I think he should chew, chew, chew
W: No, that doesn't rhyme. Munch and Crunch.
M: (to E) Wait, wait, not right there. Do you want to get out?
B: Are you good at playing baseball William?
W: Yeah. I'm practicing for it and batting and ... but I still got it. I tried at school, and I GOT IT! And then I was good, and I got a strike.
B: You got a strike?
W: Yes, because I hit it very hard.
W: I hit it.
M: You got a hit.
W: I DID hit it!
M: A strike means you missed the ball. You didn't miss it, you hit it hard.
W: No. A strike means it's good and you got it ... (at school?)
B: Umm, if you're the pitcher it's good.
B: If you're the pitcher it's good.
B: Were you pitching?
W: Nope, I was batting.
B: You mean you hit a home run?
W: Yes. I didn't miss the ball ...
W: ... I got a home run.