My youngest brother Mordechai was just three when he was asked if he'd like to get married. His first response was no but after some thought, he changed his mind. Pressed for an explanation, he responded, "If I get married, then I can tell my kids to pick up my toys!"
Apparently, laziness ran in the family. When I was in kindergarten, I gazed wistfully at the high school girls passing us on the stairs and sighed, "I wish I were in high school." My teacher wanted to know why. I said, "because then I wouldn't have to work so much."