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(Daily Record (UK))   Badass three-year-old escapes from daycare after scaling seven foot tall spiked fence, making plans for next year's conquest of K2   (dailyrecord.co.uk) divider line 55
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2012-03-07 12:12:58 AM  
Papillion. The early years.
 
2012-03-07 02:09:15 AM  
Was it here?

www.forstudentpower.org
/Hot
 
2012-03-07 02:09:50 AM  
I can't even scale a 7' spiked wall.
 
2012-03-07 02:09:51 AM  
www.forstudentpower.org

/obligatory
 
2012-03-07 02:10:09 AM  
deadon.files.wordpress.com
Simpsons did it.
/sort of
 
2012-03-07 02:10:33 AM  
*shakes fist at parahaps*

/fistbump
 
2012-03-07 02:13:51 AM  
Came here for Maggie. Leaving happy.
 
2012-03-07 02:19:33 AM  
I wouldn't be surprised if either of my now 2½ year old twin grandkids tried that. they've been climbing up high backed furniture and leaping off, defeating baby gates and high sides cribs.
 
2012-03-07 02:21:46 AM  
would have just pushed the fence over...

i1270.photobucket.com
 
2012-03-07 02:23:50 AM  
White kid? Now that IS news!
 
2012-03-07 02:24:00 AM  

JackalRabbit: would have just pushed the fence over...

[i1270.photobucket.com image 150x150]


Jeremy Lin at 3 years old.
 
2012-03-07 02:25:17 AM  
Oh, and a milfy mom too. Nice.
 
2012-03-07 02:26:11 AM  
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-03-07 02:30:26 AM  

parahaps: Was it here?
[www.forstudentpower.org image 480x350]
/Hot


What I love best about that shot is it looks like Howard Roark's ugly, modernist architectural style.

/A is A?
//lol shiat is shiat more like it
 
2012-03-07 02:44:41 AM  
Highland Council said the school had taken "immediate action to ensure additional safeguards to those that are already in place".

Sooo... when you have a 7 foot spiked fence to keep in toddlers what exactly else are you going to do? Electrify it? Machine gun nest?

How about you just load spiderboy with tranqs and call it a day.
 
2012-03-07 02:48:16 AM  
Impressive.

But then, kids are awesome at doing impressive physical feats that adults simply can't.

When I was in grade school, I could climb up the corner of a cinderblock wall (brick, once, too) and got into some fine antics that way. My adult self recalls those memories and wonders "How the hell was that even possible?"

Damn, I wish I could still do that.
 
2012-03-07 02:52:41 AM  
It's not climbing up that would worry me, it is the falling over the other side that is a concern.
 
2012-03-07 02:54:07 AM  
I love that no one seems to think there's a need to take legal action here. Even in the comments. It's all "what an amazing little adventurer!"

It's refreshingly sensible.
 
2012-03-07 02:55:05 AM  

Diogenes Teufelsdrockh: "How the hell was that even possible?"


I used to climb into the tops of trees that weren't meant to hold a Farking Fark squirrel.

I look back and wonder why I'm alive.

And that was the years when I was doing normal stuff a kid does. When I look at my teenage/20's I wonder more and more why I'm still alive.

I didn't plan for this very well.
 
2012-03-07 03:16:08 AM  

libranoelrose: Diogenes Teufelsdrockh: "How the hell was that even possible?"

I used to climb into the tops of trees that weren't meant to hold a Farking Fark squirrel.

I look back and wonder why I'm alive.

And that was the years when I was doing normal stuff a kid does. When I look at my teenage/20's I wonder more and more why I'm still alive.

I didn't plan for this very well.


I miss climbing trees. I might climb one tomorrow!

/Used to spend hours in trees reading. Don't ask. I was very lonely growing up. Except for that nice girl who's bedroom was on the second floor...
 
2012-03-07 03:32:50 AM  

Yogimus: I miss climbing trees. I might climb one tomorrow!

/Used to spend hours in trees reading. Don't ask. I was very lonely growing up. Except for that nice girl who's bedroom was on the second floor...


I won't ask. I know already.
 
2012-03-07 03:49:15 AM  

libranoelrose: Diogenes Teufelsdrockh: "How the hell was that even possible?"

I used to climb into the tops of trees that weren't meant to hold a Farking Fark squirrel.

I look back and wonder why I'm alive.

And that was the years when I was doing normal stuff a kid does. When I look at my teenage/20's I wonder more and more why I'm still alive.

I didn't plan for this very well.


I'm pretty sure that's the telltale that you have become an adult: when you wonder how you survived your youth.
 
2012-03-07 03:58:54 AM  
For little Chucky Norris, it was a good day.
 
2012-03-07 04:20:27 AM  

Diogenes Teufelsdrockh: Impressive.

But then, kids are awesome at doing impressive physical feats that adults simply can't.

When I was in grade school, I could climb up the corner of a cinderblock wall (brick, once, too) and got into some fine antics that way. My adult self recalls those memories and wonders "How the hell was that even possible?"

Damn, I wish I could still do that.


I think kids don't have all those mental filters that adults have... you know. Those filters that tells you climbing that wall is impossible. Or jumping of the roof is going to break your arm/leg/neck. Or maybe its common sense?
 
2012-03-07 04:20:56 AM  

Surool: For little Chucky Norris, it was a good day.


Let's hope it wasn't next to Ed's Dingo Farm.
 
2012-03-07 04:40:05 AM  

libranoelrose: Diogenes Teufelsdrockh: "How the hell was that even possible?"

I used to climb into the tops of trees that weren't meant to hold a Farking Fark squirrel.

I look back and wonder why I'm alive.

And that was the years when I was doing normal stuff a kid does. When I look at my teenage/20's I wonder more and more why I'm still alive.

I didn't plan for this very well.


Do you have children?
 
2012-03-07 04:42:02 AM  

Diogenes Teufelsdrockh: I'm pretty sure that's the telltale that you have become an adult: when you wonder how you survived your youth.


I don't know you well enough to know if this is a compliment.

AbbeySomeone: Do you have children?


Yes I do.
 
2012-03-07 04:42:52 AM  
,
 
2012-03-07 04:51:10 AM  
Aw, it was a wee little Scottish ginger monkey boi. Probably went up the fence on pure hyper energy.
 
2012-03-07 04:52:37 AM  

libranoelrose: Diogenes Teufelsdrockh: I'm pretty sure that's the telltale that you have become an adult: when you wonder how you survived your youth.

I don't know you well enough to know if this is a compliment.

AbbeySomeone: Do you have children?

Yes I do.


Good times ahead for you.
Lulz.
 
2012-03-07 04:55:51 AM  

AbbeySomeone: Good times ahead for you.


He's 18 and has gotten himself a scholarship type thing at a college.

He sometimes asks me for for information, but it's (not nowdays) weird how much he's able to do himself.
 
2012-03-07 04:57:37 AM  

FunkOut: Aw, it was a wee little Scottish ginger monkey boi. Probably went up the fence on pure hyper energy.


Flux capicitor has been set.

Your move.
 
2012-03-07 04:59:04 AM  

libranoelrose: AbbeySomeone: Good times ahead for you.

He's 18 and has gotten himself a scholarship type thing at a college.

He sometimes asks me for for information, but it's (not nowdays) weird how much he's able to do himself.


Cool. You done good.
 
2012-03-07 05:07:47 AM  

AbbeySomeone: Cool. You done good.


I worry how much this makes me feel good.

Stop being nice to me, internet.
 
2012-03-07 05:31:25 AM  
Meh. He's a soulless ginger. Darwin'll get another chance at him later.
 
2012-03-07 05:50:26 AM  
Not nearly enough love for the headline.

Bravo, subby!
 
2012-03-07 05:50:28 AM  
This is like the shiat I used to do when I was little. When I was three, my mother turned her back on me for a minute to answer the phone while I was watching Sesame Street.

She found me on the roof disconnecting the cable.
 
2012-03-07 06:16:35 AM  
If they legalized it, the damn kid wouldn't have to conquer K2....
 
2012-03-07 06:17:38 AM  
Were the snipers asleep in the tower?
 
2012-03-07 06:22:35 AM  
You mean child walks out unattended front door, day care makes up ludicrous cover story.
 
2012-03-07 06:27:33 AM  

MoreVespeneGas: If they legalized it, the damn kid wouldn't have to conquer K2....


heh
 
2012-03-07 06:37:12 AM  
This is how we do it. Jack, you put that stuffed doll under my blankie. Bobby, you do one of your meltdowns at the other end of the room.....

I tell ya. I'm getttng outta this joint today, even if it kills me.
 
2012-03-07 07:27:55 AM  

libranoelrose: AbbeySomeone: Cool. You done good.

I worry how much this makes me feel good.

Stop being nice to me, internet.


Show us your tits.

/Is that better?
 
2012-03-07 08:03:50 AM  
This is why my three year old thinks he's Spiderman.
 
2012-03-07 08:08:24 AM  
I GOT THREE WORDS. BENADRYL

MAKE SURE ITS BRAND NAME
AND NOT GENERIC
OR ANYTHING THAT SAYS "SLEEPING PILLS"

SO YOU CAN USE THE "ALLERGY" ALIBI
 
2012-03-07 08:23:06 AM  
t2.gstatic.com

I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed,
debriefed or numbered. My life is my own
 
2012-03-07 08:28:53 AM  

Shakespeare's Monkey: [t2.gstatic.com image 275x183]

I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed,
debriefed or numbered. My life is my own


Might wanna look down the beach for one of these, kid:

www.dvdoutsider.co.uk
 
2012-03-07 09:06:44 AM  
My son did shiat like this, it reached its peak when he walked three miles through a pretty terrible neighborhood in 5th grade with his coat in the locker, in winter. School district found a place for him in the hard-to-get-into magnet middle school 1 block from my work shortly thereafter. Them not calling me until he'd been missing over 2 hours and my calling CPS and the cops ON THEM made them decide to listen to me. Cops and CPS were lovely and on my side.

He'd been busted for playing with a toy plastic knife on the bus, which he was not in possession of and was never found on him, the bus or the ground outside the bus, and was the 5th or 6th kid on the bench at the principal's office, and he walked out after something like an hour. I grounded him, of course, but I would've probably done the same damn thing at that age (but I would've gotten my coat) for a completely bullshiat call to the office.

His first walk out was in daycare, when a new teacher had a screaming fit at a group of other kids, but they caught him at the fence. 3ft up the 5ft fence.

/Never walked out of the house.
//Damn near 20, and still here.
///Actually, with my health struggles, his being here is helpful, but I'm going to have to hire a kid remover in a few years.
 
2012-03-07 09:13:20 AM  
Does he drink his own piss at snack-time?
 
2012-03-07 09:53:43 AM  

libranoelrose: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 226x320]


Glycerine would work like a champ.
 
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