NEW YORK CALLING.Byline: Lucy Sweet
KRISTINA has been hanging out with little kids again, corrupting their minds.
Strangely enough, it seems whatever child she comes into contact with soon starts to exhibit alarming anti-social behaviour.
This weekend, at her friend Erika's 30th birthday party in Baltimore, Kristina witnessed more outrageous conduct from the under-fives.
It turned out that Erika's wee boy, August, had a party piece prepared for his audience - a rendition ren·di·tion
1. The act of rendering.
2. An interpretation of a musical score or a dramatic piece.
3. A performance of a musical or dramatic work.
4. A translation, often interpretive. of Tangled tan·gled
Complicated and difficult to unravel. See Synonyms at complex.
Adj. 1. tangled - in a confused mass; "pushed back her tangled hair"; "the tangled ropes"
untangled - not tangled
2. Up In Blue.
However he changed the word "blue" to "doody" (the American word for er, poo).
I don't know how, but I can't help thinking Kristina is somehow responsible.
Just in case, I'd advise parents to keep their kids away from Kristina - because if she starts telling them the facts of life, society is going to implode To link component pieces to a major assembly. It may also refer to compressing data using a particular technique. Contrast with explode. .