My husband loves to play this game with the kids where he pretends he's going to take a nap, and he needs a pillow and a blanket (or both). If the kids don't run away quickly enough, he snags them to stuff under his head for a pillow or to drape across him as a blanket. If they *do* run away quickly enough, they usually come back and stand close enough to be caught, because they love this game. So, today, he started this when only my oldest, Emily, was around. He lay down on the couch and said he was sleepy and was going to take a nap, and he needed a pillow. So Emily immediately came running over and climbed on him, draping herself over him like a blanket. He said, "I don't need a blanket, I need a pillow!" And Emily said, "You get what you get and you don't throw a fit!" This is apparently a phrase that the kids hear a *lot* in a program they go to, because they're always saying it but didn't get it from us.