One: "You're the coolest mom ever!"
The good thing about this was that it was unsolicited. He just came up to me, hugged me and said it. And I don't really care if it's true or not. Moms of teen-aged guys don't get to hear that a lot, so I'm choosing to believe him.
Two: "I don't think you know how to drive my car."
Taking into account the fact that I've been driving a little bit longer than he has, and that I drove "his" car for a couple of years before he ever was licensed (and it is not his car), I'm feeling that he's overstepping his boundaries a bit. And if I could ever learn to stop laughing when my kids say things like this, they might actually take me seriously someday.
And yes, I'm still procrastinating my homework.