Me: Who is Jo-Jo?
Colsen: He's a weird boy. It's a sad story. I never have time to teach him, so he's just weird.
Miles: He's, like, weird. He goes like this, "HI MAAA--MEE"
Me: Are you Jo-Jo, Miles?
Me: Why do you like to be Jo-Jo?
Miles: Because it's just funny. I like to make Colsen laugh.
Colsen: Miles likes it, so I play it with him.
Me: Why don't you like it?
Colsen: Because Miles gets to make all the fun noises, but I'm the mom.
Me: What does the mom have to do?
Colsen: She just has to clean up after him.
Miles: Strider's the dad. He says stuff like, "It's ok, Jo-Jo."
Me: You guys sure sound like you're having fun when you play this game.
Miles: Mom, if I act weird all the way until I'm like 10, will I grow up to be a weird man?
Me: No -- why do you think that?
Miles: Colsen told me that.