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Today 03:16 PM
Kimi725
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Originally Posted by Fun sized View Post
Good afternoon all : D

How soon can we schedule this hand holding event? I think it should be an annual event.

My older daughter got Dads hell raiser gene. Pretty rough for about 3 years. So much worse when it's a daughter though.
I agree with the annual event. And once the idiots are dwindled down enougj that we cant wrap around the globe, we sacrifice them to a volcano to appease the gods.

Leys not remind me. I still have a teenager and one girl to go.
Today 03:01 PM
Fun sized Good afternoon all : D

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Originally Posted by black ops 2 View Post
Did you know, that If the human race held hands around the equator, a significant portion of them would drown. Your science fact for the day
How soon can we schedule this hand holding event? I think it should be an annual event.

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Haha. Shes like her momma. In too many ways. But less wild than i was at 17, thanks the goddess.
My older daughter got Dads hell raiser gene. Pretty rough for about 3 years. So much worse when it's a daughter though.
Today 02:18 PM
Kimi725 LoL. Well...
Jacob is just the "its easier to get forgiveness than permission" kid, much like his mother. Id prefer an ass whopping over no any day. LoL. SMH
Today 01:25 PM
SouthernBelle0621 I worry that my oldest is going to be well past the "normal" difficult teenager. She's a major handful already.
Today 12:49 PM
Kimi725 Ehh its not so bad. Shes just typical. I know for a fact she could be alot worse! Ive met some of her friends. Ugh. O pity their parents. My son tho, oh hell on wheels tight there.
Today 12:40 PM
SouthernBelle0621 And I fear that I will be in your shoes in 10 short years with my oldest. Lawd help me.
Today 12:38 PM
Kimi725 Haha. Shes like her momma. In too many ways. But less wild than i was at 17, thanks the goddess.
Today 12:36 PM
black ops 2 Lol! Sounds like a handful
Today 12:31 PM
Kimi725 Right now my teenager is at the top of the list. LoL. She done went and lost my credit card. Then she says "i found the Harley Davidson visa mom." Uhm ni you didn't, it wasn't lost. LoL
Today 12:18 PM
black ops 2 Me too!
Today 12:08 PM
Kimi725
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Originally Posted by black ops 2 View Post
Did you know, that If the human race held hands around the equator, a significant portion of them would drown. Your science fact for the day
I can think of a few id like to put on the significant portion over water. LoL
Today 11:57 AM
black ops 2 Did you know, that If the human race held hands around the equator, a significant portion of them would drown. Your science fact for the day
Today 11:57 AM
SouthernBelle0621 Hahaha yep I can relate. Although taking matters into your own hands for too long can push you to the brink of a homicidal rage too. And I think I'm getting there lol
Today 11:52 AM
black ops 2
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
Exactly. Not the most preferable option, but better than not getting anything
Agreed! But keeps me from going homicidal at least lol
Today 11:50 AM
SouthernBelle0621
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Hahaha I agree. No checkers is better than bad checkers. At least I know how to take care of me
Exactly. Not the most preferable option, but better than not getting anything
Today 11:48 AM
black ops 2 Hahaha I agree. No checkers is better than bad checkers. At least I know how to take care of me
Today 11:25 AM
SouthernBelle0621 Yeah I'm pretty sure I'd rather not play at all than play a sorry game of checkers. That just makes you mad lol. If I don't get mine, I'm not a nice person.
Today 11:15 AM
Kimi725 Oh. LoL. We had this discussion last night...whether a bad game of checkers was better than no checkers. I voted no. If i am asking myself "Is this what i landscaped for?", then i should have stayed in with a good book. LoL
Today 10:23 AM
SouthernBelle0621
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LMAO Aww. Well thats a shame. But was it fun earning those bruises is the real issue.
Ummm... It was ok lol. Nothing to brag about bless his heart.
Today 10:22 AM
1monday next time...pass the skinny ones by, no matter what he's wearing (voice of experience: belt buckles and cowboy hats are just cosmetic and some wear it for the attention, not because they are real horsemen)
Today 10:20 AM
Kimi725
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
Trust me, I could not have cooked enough bacon to make those hip bones any less lethal. I was so bruised. Ouch.
LMAO Aww. Well thats a shame. But was it fun earning those bruises is the real issue.
Today 10:16 AM
SouthernBelle0621 Trust me, I could not have cooked enough bacon to make those hip bones any less lethal. I was so bruised. Ouch.
Today 10:13 AM
1monday
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Haha I couldn't help myself. He had a cowboy hat, the belt buckle and an IH shirt, he was going home with me if it was the last thing I did lol. But he was so scrawny, bless his heart.
awww...you should've just cooked him something
Today 10:11 AM
1monday Mornin everybody!
Today 10:05 AM
Kimi725 Bahahahaha. Poor scrawny fella.
Today 09:52 AM
SouthernBelle0621
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Theres nothing wrong with bringing home a filled cowboy hat! Saving horses after a long night of drinking is an honorable undertaking.
Haha I couldn't help myself. He had a cowboy hat, the belt buckle and an IH shirt, he was going home with me if it was the last thing I did lol. But he was so scrawny, bless his heart.
Today 09:46 AM
Kimi725 Theres nothing wrong with bringing home a filled cowboy hat! Saving horses after a long night of drinking is an honorable undertaking.
Today 09:34 AM
black ops 2
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I was proud of myself, I left empty handed. The last night out with this crew, I came home with a cowboy hat. On someone else. Oops.
Today 09:33 AM
SouthernBelle0621 I was proud of myself, I left empty handed. The last night out with this crew, I came home with a cowboy hat. On someone else. Oops.
Today 09:22 AM
Kimi725 LoL. Well, i normally just come home with empty pockets and a headache. But a friendly game of pool interfered. LoL
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