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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 08 Sep 2016, 4:01pm
by Kory
Marky Dread wrote:
Flex wrote:That's pretty great.
It's cool but I'm glad my mum never looked liked Super Mario though.
It's really more of a Luigi look.

Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 08 Sep 2016, 5:42pm
by Marky Dread
Kory wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
Flex wrote:That's pretty great.
It's cool but I'm glad my mum never looked liked Super Mario though.
It's really more of a Luigi look.
I bow down down to your knowledge of such things.




















Marky stomps off sulking, no longer down with the kids. :disshame:

Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 23 Sep 2016, 12:03pm
by Dr. Medulla

Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 28 Sep 2016, 1:49am
by Kory
Dr. Medulla wrote:
Some people love cat videos-my favorite online viewing is children getting knocked over.

Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 28 Sep 2016, 12:22pm
by BostonBeaneater
Kory wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:
Some people love cat videos-my favorite online viewing is children getting knocked over.

I like to see people get hit in the nuts.


Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 28 Sep 2016, 12:42pm
by Dr. Medulla
BostonBeaneater wrote:
Kory wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:
Some people love cat videos-my favorite online viewing is children getting knocked over.

I like to see people get hit in the nuts.

Obligatory and predictable:

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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 28 Sep 2016, 3:27pm
by Kory
Dr. Medulla wrote:
BostonBeaneater wrote:
Kory wrote:
Dr. Medulla wrote:
Some people love cat videos-my favorite online viewing is children getting knocked over.

I like to see people get hit in the nuts.

Obligatory and predictable:

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The sound effect they gave that was way more painful than the visual, I always thought.

Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 06 Oct 2016, 1:33pm
by Dr. Medulla

So, yeah, Australia, about that stereotype of being boors …

Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 05 Nov 2016, 1:49am
by Rat Patrol
https://www.salon.com/2016/11/04/scienc ... unhealthy/

LOOK! Science proves I'm virile and healthy!


Kids? What about them? :meh:

Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 05 Nov 2016, 4:11am
by Marky Dread
Dr. Medulla wrote:
Parenting is no easy thing. At least that guy gave it his best shot. :lol:

Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 08 Feb 2017, 1:16pm
by tepista
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Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 08 Feb 2017, 3:57pm
by matedog
tepista wrote:
08 Feb 2017, 1:16pm
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Quit stealing Wolt's records!

Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 22 May 2017, 8:44pm
by Dr. Medulla
We had supper last night with my nephew and his wife. They have a couple young children, one of whom is a two-year-old boy who adores his mother. My nephew has taken to calling him Buster (as in Arrested Development). Whether shoulder rubs are in the cards remains to be seen.

Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 23 May 2017, 3:31pm
by Kory
Dr. Medulla wrote:
22 May 2017, 8:44pm
We had supper last night with my nephew and his wife. They have a couple young children, one of whom is a two-year-old boy who adores his mother. My nephew has taken to calling him Buster (as in Arrested Development). Whether shoulder rubs are in the cards remains to be seen.
Is he a monster?

Re: Parenting (...or My Precious Snowflake is Better Than Yours)

Posted: 23 May 2017, 4:05pm
by Dr. Medulla
Kory wrote:
23 May 2017, 3:31pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
22 May 2017, 8:44pm
We had supper last night with my nephew and his wife. They have a couple young children, one of whom is a two-year-old boy who adores his mother. My nephew has taken to calling him Buster (as in Arrested Development). Whether shoulder rubs are in the cards remains to be seen.
Is he a monster?
Nephew's son still has both hands, so, for the time being, no.