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    What is the most embarassing thing your child has done to you?

    For those of you who do not have children, how about nieces or nephews.

    "To each his own"

  • #2
    I have children but my 6 year old nephew beat everything they ever did to me.

    He has his soccer practice and is informed of how to do all the moves and everything. So upon listening to his coach he proceeds to stand up and turn around in front of all the parents and tells my sister " See mom my coach doesn't suck!" All the parents mouths fell open. My sister turns beet red then tells him quietly to shut up. Of course 6 year olds never listen and Out comes " But mom, you said he sucked and you said he was a big p**sy." Now all the parents are horrified. She proceeds to tell him shut up again and out comes " But mom you said it doesn't matter if he has a wife and lots of kids, He's still gay. Then she has had enough humiliation and grabs him up and leaves totally embarassed.

    I about died laughing! I thought it could have not happened to a nicer person. She so deserved it. She is one of those parents who lets her child cuss and do any thing he wants. Serves her right. She ended up having to get him transfered to another team.
    "To each his own"

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    • #3
      ft,

      OMG! ROTFLMAOOOOOOOOOOOO! That was just too funny! Nice note to end the evening on. Thank you!

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      • #4
        Thats what I would call great parenting. She taught him well, and increased his vocabulary, how proud she must feel. Poor kid.
        "are you going to bark all day little doggie or are you going to bite"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ftrphxcop:
          I about died laughing! I thought it could have not happened to a nicer person. She so deserved it. She is one of those parents who lets her child cuss and do any thing he wants. Serves her right. She ended up having to get him transfered to another team.
          I cannot imagine what the child is being taught if they have to switch to another team. Did the Coach quit too? Everyone faces humiliation in their life. Running from it teaches little as far as life coping skills. Standing and facing it means character building. Life long.

          I guess the sins of the adult have been visited on the child. That is too bad.

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          • #6
            ft,

            Meant to ask you, as has this taught your sister anything at all?

            I LMAO because I think it's great that your nephew made such an *** out of his mother. But as Mr. O and DMS said, I do feel sorry for him. He's the one who will suffer because of your sister's bad parenting.

            Children need guidance, and with your sister giving him no direction, it's sad to think that you may end up arresting your nephew some day.

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            • #7
              I tell her all the time she must treat him as a child and not as an adult. I do think the only thing she learned was never voice your opinion in front of the kid. He will repeat eerything he hears.

              I thnk its funny, because he never acts bad with me. He is a perfect little gentlemen and always listens. ( He knows i will jerk a knot in his butt.) I can only hope this experience has taught them both something.
              "To each his own"

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              • #8

                LOL at jerk a knot in his butt... Never heard that one before
                SURGEON GENERALS WARNING:
                IT HAS BEEN DETERMINED THAT ****ING OFF THE K9 UNIT CAN BE HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH

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                • #9
                  When David was 4, we went to a talent show at a local junior high to see a neighbor play his guitar. We had a spaghetti dinner there, then the talent show started. David was sitting with me in the back on a picnic table so he could see better.
                  The first act that came out were some girls doing a dance number. As the lead dancer turned around, it was kind of startling to see that her leotard was cut very low in a V down to her naval. I remember thinking, "Wow, that's pretty risque` for one so young." All of a sudden, David shouts, "OH MY GOD!" The whole auditorium shrieked with laughter and they had to start the dance number over again. Me? I was practially hiding under the table with David.
                  My husband could not stop laughing. We kind of slunk out of there after our neighbor played his guitar. My husband said what David did was so funny but the look on my face was funnier! lol

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                  • #10
                    I went down to the video store to get a movie, the girl behind the counter was just about to agree to coffee. Seems my little brother used my account to rent, you guessed it, porno flicks and the girl offcourse had to check to see what movies I like.......

                    Koenig
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                    "I think the mistake a lot of us make is thinking the state appointed psychiatrist is our "friend."

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by koenig:
                      I went down to the video store to get a movie, Koenig
                      You ever started talking about things that it were bothering you and it was not really the deep down problem ya just could not talk about?

                      I am a recovering alcoholic.My roommate is drunk yet again.She is a crash and shatter and destroy kind of drunk.Falling down drunk and in all kinds of places.I am sick of seeing my belongings busted.Lies and tries to hide it.How can you hide the rank smell of whiskey?I hate that stuff and gave it up many years before I got sober.I have no car and it's dark out so I cannot go to a meeting.I am sorry I bothered everyone.

                      I am almost at 5 years on my sobriety and I am not going there to solve my problems......maybe you might say a prayer for her and me?She is the relative of the man who has been destroying my life and is in Prison on two life consecutive terms.I don't think I will ever see my family alive again because of the lying cop killer and all she can do is get drunk and break my belongings.I don't have much you see and I am disabled.I've been hanging on too tight and I think I am gonna start crying really hard.You see my Nation is countin on me to not take that drink.I don't want to let them down....... I know as an alcoholic I cannot fix her or make her stay sober.It is just hard tonight to have to be kind to her cause I know she is sick.She scares me because she is mixing booze with drugs.Her meds. I cannot seem to make her understand she must not do that.I am a stressed out wreck.

                      I know one thing?I am not trash and I won't be treated like I am.Just because he is one of the boyz.

                      Silly me thinks Law Enforcement is my friend.Who do you seek out when you are so afraid? I have learned my lesson well.That slime Cop killer is killing her too.I won't give him the satisfaction....he is lording all over all of you he can do as he wishes and spit on the FBI.I am still their friend no matter what.The 25 years of my life and they are still my heros.Why?Cause I needed a hero and they showed up.No one else did....

                      [ 10-01-2001: Message edited by: AmericanLady* ]

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                      • #12
                        AmericanLady, I will pray for you and you will get thru this because i believe in you. Just take a walk to the park and relax. Breath deeply and know you are better than the booze and you will make it. And also try to remember everything is fixable. Things that get broke are just not worth your sanity and stressing about them will only bring you down. Smile and know you have friends here that will listen and get you thru the rough times.
                        "To each his own"

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                        • #13
                          These stories about my grandson aren't really embarrassing - just funny.

                          When he was small I took him on vacation with me. One year we rode the mules to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. It hardly affected him but I was definitely out of condition so it was a couple of weeks before I felt like I really stood up straight when I walked. While I am limping around in pain he is telling everyone we came in contact with that I had our motel room smelling like Bengay.

                          Then there was the time he asked me which side I was on in the Civil War. I told him I wasn't around in those days. His reply was "I know. But that place you said you were from. Which side were they on?"

                          He is in the Navy now. The last time I heard from him he was on a ship in Sicily. I don't know where he is tonight, but I keep thinking about the funny things we did together when he was little.

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                          • #14
                            Snoopy1, Write him a letter and remind him about all the good times you had with him and tell him you can't wait to have more. He will definately appreciate it right about now.
                            "To each his own"

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                            • #15
                              A long time agg we had taken the two little ones to the doctor. They must have been 7 or 8. As we were waiting in the doctors office this man come in and Rob says, "Look dad, there's that guy from the Jeffersons!"

                              Of course I immediatly turned beet red and looked at the guy, and he was LHAO!

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