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2012-11-30 09:43:17 AM

dickfreckle: AbbeySomeone: You didn't want to tell his parents that you let that happen?

Thing is, I honestly thought nothing could go wrong in literally less than a minute in my own enclosed home, not a city park. But this is also why I am not father material. Marriage, sure, but not crotchfruit. How do you people do it? How do you keep your eyes on these little demons every single second of the day? I can't even keep my dog from messing around with the garbage can, let alone kids finding new and inventive ways of injuring themselves with a lamp or a even a pen sitting on my desk.


You train them to fear every move and sound you make, that way they just spend all day cowering in the corner.
 
2012-11-30 09:48:53 AM

Hetfield: kazikian: So your kid gets impaled and you assume all's cool?

Why just assume your kid is cool when you could simply read the thermometer and know for sure?


I see what you did there.
Good one.

//not sarcasm
 
2012-11-30 09:59:13 AM
I lol'd.
 
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2012-11-30 10:11:55 AM

illannoyin: Ow My Balls: >>freak meat thermometer brain injury
Doesn't that sound like the title of one of Frank Zappa's albums?

Well said!

Also, 'freak meat' was my nickname in high school after they other guys saw me in the showers.

/No, I will not post pics


And we all thank you for your discretion.
/LOL
 
2012-11-30 10:14:59 AM

vernterv: I lol'd.

 
2012-11-30 10:19:24 AM
+1, would *snerk* again
 
2012-11-30 10:26:31 AM

AbbeySomeone: drjekel_mrhyde: robohobo: /who needs a meat thermometer for enchiladas?

[i.imgur.com image 294x294]

Well done.
hbk72777: Who the fark let's a kid get a hold of this? I have a nephew that lives with me, almost 5, and he's never gotten a hold of scissors, knives or any other sharp object. Keep the shiat out of drawers they can reach, and if you're working with it, move it to the back of the counter. It's not hard.

Your nephew sounds slow and unadventurous.


Thats what I thought. Mine's destined to be a safecracker, or possibly demolitions expert.
 
2012-11-30 10:36:50 AM
>Meat thermometer impaled in head.

Uhh.... Dispatch? Launch a bird my way.
 
2012-11-30 10:47:51 AM

dickfreckle: Alonjar: Its called baby-proofing. When you have a small child, you just arrange your house in such a way as to prevent them from having access to things that can hurt them. Safety plugs in outlets, safety latches on cabinets/drawers, child-proof mechanism on the doors

Yeah, I understand this.

Still not having crotchfruit. Ever.

It goes far beyond the baby-proofing. I just don't have any natural instincts beyond protecting my girlfriend or my regular friends. Sometimes random people on the street. A guy can retain his protective nature and just apply it to his community or other immediate environment, which is far easier than trying to figure out the chemical element sign of the disaster that's in that diaper over there. I don't think even Google has a proper answer.

I'm now 38 years old and all of my friends keep 'joking' that I'll die alone, with no legacy. Get that girl pregnant! You deserve the joy of having a family!

Eh, no.

And I'm down with this.


I was one of those selfish parents. I wanted kids, but i hated the idea of giving up my time to do/deal with kids. I'm glad i got over that, though. As much as i could have seen life without kids before i had them, there is absolutely no way in hell i could go through life without them now. They are the source of so much fun and love that i wish they could stay that age forever. It is the weirdest thing in the world, but i fear my kids growing up. There's nothing quite like a child seeing you and running up yelling daddy! and giving you the biggest hug.
 
2012-11-30 10:58:35 AM

greenboy: dickfreckle: Alonjar: Its called baby-proofing. When you have a small child, you just arrange your house in such a way as to prevent them from having access to things that can hurt them. Safety plugs in outlets, safety latches on cabinets/drawers, child-proof mechanism on the doors

Yeah, I understand this.

Still not having crotchfruit. Ever.

It goes far beyond the baby-proofing. I just don't have any natural instincts beyond protecting my girlfriend or my regular friends. Sometimes random people on the street. A guy can retain his protective nature and just apply it to his community or other immediate environment, which is far easier than trying to figure out the chemical element sign of the disaster that's in that diaper over there. I don't think even Google has a proper answer.

I'm now 38 years old and all of my friends keep 'joking' that I'll die alone, with no legacy. Get that girl pregnant! You deserve the joy of having a family!

Eh, no.

And I'm down with this.

I was one of those selfish parents. I wanted kids, but i hated the idea of giving up my time to do/deal with kids. I'm glad i got over that, though. As much as i could have seen life without kids before i had them, there is absolutely no way in hell i could go through life without them now. They are the source of so much fun and love that i wish they could stay that age forever. It is the weirdest thing in the world, but i fear my kids growing up. There's nothing quite like a child seeing you and running up yelling daddy! and giving you the biggest hug.


I can relate - both my kids are now in college (one graduates next year) - and I'm not sure what life without them will be like. You hate to see them grow up, but you are also glad they grow into their own. My proudest moment was when my youngest, after getting trolled by me about a tall building (he hates heights), just turned to me and said "Dick." I almost cried.
 
2012-11-30 11:02:05 AM
Even Murphy's Law applies to Darwin. There are times when it is soooooooooo close, and then nothing...

Congrats on the Headline Subby made me *snert*
 
2012-11-30 11:04:10 AM

DontMakeMeComeBackThere: greenboy: dickfreckle: Alonjar: Its called baby-proofing. When you have a small child, you just arrange your house in such a way as to prevent them from having access to things that can hurt them. Safety plugs in outlets, safety latches on cabinets/drawers, child-proof mechanism on the doors

Yeah, I understand this.

Still not having crotchfruit. Ever.

It goes far beyond the baby-proofing. I just don't have any natural instincts beyond protecting my girlfriend or my regular friends. Sometimes random people on the street. A guy can retain his protective nature and just apply it to his community or other immediate environment, which is far easier than trying to figure out the chemical element sign of the disaster that's in that diaper over there. I don't think even Google has a proper answer.

I'm now 38 years old and all of my friends keep 'joking' that I'll die alone, with no legacy. Get that girl pregnant! You deserve the joy of having a family!

Eh, no.

And I'm down with this.

I was one of those selfish parents. I wanted kids, but i hated the idea of giving up my time to do/deal with kids. I'm glad i got over that, though. As much as i could have seen life without kids before i had them, there is absolutely no way in hell i could go through life without them now. They are the source of so much fun and love that i wish they could stay that age forever. It is the weirdest thing in the world, but i fear my kids growing up. There's nothing quite like a child seeing you and running up yelling daddy! and giving you the biggest hug.

I can relate - both my kids are now in college (one graduates next year) - and I'm not sure what life without them will be like. You hate to see them grow up, but you are also glad they grow into their own. My proudest moment was when my youngest, after getting trolled by me about a tall building (he hates heights), just turned to me and said "Dick." I almost cried.


I chuckled.

I am scared of my kid growing up and not giving me hugs. I do not want him to be some a-hole teenager even though it's very likely.
 
2012-11-30 11:08:16 AM
You know who else put meat thermometers in little boys heads.
 
2012-11-30 11:21:36 AM
My oldest son would have carefully taken the meat thermometer and placed it gently on the counter, telling me to be more careful. My younger son would have screamed gleefully as he ran down the hall with it.

Polar opposites from the same parents, it still amazes and amuses me. The younger one climbed a trellis onto the roof while he was still in diapers. The older one nearly had a stroke when we both saw him at about the same time, going up over the eaves. His father was up there fixing the antenna, had a ladder in the back. I had already pried the little bugger off the ladder and taken him to the front yard to pick flowers or keep him occupied.

He seemed to know exactly when to do things, when my back was turned for just a split second, maximizing his getaway time. He is the same kid that hid so well in a clothing store rack that it took 5 minutes to find him and the store manager was about to call the police. I hated doing it, but he ended up wearing a "hand holder" (aka leash) after that.

The younger son is a new dad.. I can't wait to hear his horror stories, since his 7 month old daughter is already just as fearless as he was.
 
2012-11-30 11:22:55 AM
Now the turkey baster has gone missing. Great. Just great.
 
2012-11-30 11:42:39 AM

Bit'O'Gristle: You know who else put meat thermometers in little boys heads.


Catholics?
 
2012-11-30 12:28:16 PM

Beanlet: My oldest son would have carefully taken the meat thermometer and placed it gently on the counter, telling me to be more careful. My younger son would have screamed gleefully as he ran down the hall with it.

Polar opposites from the same parents, it still amazes and amuses me. The younger one climbed a trellis onto the roof while he was still in diapers. The older one nearly had a stroke when we both saw him at about the same time, going up over the eaves. His father was up there fixing the antenna, had a ladder in the back. I had already pried the little bugger off the ladder and taken him to the front yard to pick flowers or keep him occupied.

He seemed to know exactly when to do things, when my back was turned for just a split second, maximizing his getaway time. He is the same kid that hid so well in a clothing store rack that it took 5 minutes to find him and the store manager was about to call the police. I hated doing it, but he ended up wearing a "hand holder" (aka leash) after that.

The younger son is a new dad.. I can't wait to hear his horror stories, since his 7 month old daughter is already just as fearless as he was.


My youngest (17mos) is the fearless one as well. Surprisingly, he is pretty good at knowing what he isn't supposed to be doing. That doesn't prevent him from doing it, but he will always look back at you, give a mischievous smile, then do whatever it was that he wasn't supposed to be doing.
 
2012-11-30 12:34:43 PM
sharetv.org
"I hate when that happens."
 
2012-11-30 12:50:43 PM

Rex Kramer - Danger Seeker: Now the turkey baster has gone missing. Great. Just great.


Damn you lesbians!!!!

Your name is awesome, btw.
 
2012-11-30 01:25:39 PM
Not a cool story at all bro...

A couple of days ago I was doing a little Christmas shopping after work in my city.

I a mall, I saw a young woman standing in a doorway of a fashion shop, texting away merrily on her mobile (to you Americans, cell) phone.

She was completely oblivious to the fact that her tiny little toddler wandered through the crowds, across to the other side of the corridor, and straight into a small shop whose walls were lined from ceiling to floor with very large, wicked looking SHARP KNIVES!!! Yes, it was a shop for aspiring home chefs. She never looked up from her phone while this was going on. A recipe for disaster if ever I saw one.

I went to tell her "Your kid's wandered into the knife shop!" and she ran to grab him. I didn't see any more, I just walked away, shaking my head in utter disbelief. Some people... are just stupid.
 
2012-11-30 01:53:31 PM

dickfreckle: Bathia_Mapes: I had these in place on all the electrical outlets...

I just, I just really didn't know that kids actually did that. It seemed so cliche as to be impossible, or at least not in the 45 second span it took me to stoke the grill (that's code for masturbating, ya'll - nah I'm kidding). Seriously, I step back inside and it looked exactly like the famous pic, but in color:

[img.ffffound.com image 360x310]

There was a slo-mo, deep-voiced NOOOOOOOOOOOOO and I was lucky to get him in time. Farking scared the hell out of me.


Little kids are amazingly fast, especially when comes to doing stuff that can hurt or kill them.
 
2012-11-30 01:56:52 PM

dickfreckle: AbbeySomeone: You didn't want to tell his parents that you let that happen?

Thing is, I honestly thought nothing could go wrong in literally less than a minute in my own enclosed home, not a city park. But this is also why I am not father material. Marriage, sure, but not crotchfruit. How do you people do it? How do you keep your eyes on these little demons every single second of the day? I can't even keep my dog from messing around with the garbage can, let alone kids finding new and inventive ways of injuring themselves with a lamp or a even a pen sitting on my desk.


You can't. You child-proof your home and keep an eye on them as best you can, with the understanding that you cannot watch your small child constantly 24/7. Young children are pretty much fearless and have no concept of the consequences of their actions.
 
2012-11-30 02:04:08 PM
what's so freak about stabbing your brain with a meat thermometer
 
2012-11-30 02:42:06 PM
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2012-11-30 02:56:11 PM

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Time to take your meds.
 
2012-11-30 03:53:49 PM

illannoyin: Ow My Balls: >>freak meat thermometer brain injury
Doesn't that sound like the title of one of Frank Zappa's albums?

Well said!

Also, 'freak meat' was my nickname in high school after they other guys saw me in the showers.

/No, I will not post pics


How you doin'?
 
2012-11-30 03:57:50 PM

hbk72777: Who the fark let's a kid get a hold of this? I have a nephew that lives with me, almost 5, and he's never gotten a hold of scissors, knives or any other sharp object. Keep the shiat out of drawers they can reach, and if you're working with it, move it to the back of the counter. It's not hard.


Now now, let's don't be too hard on the parents, they might have been very busy. With distactions like being engrossed by The Kardashians, et al on tv, blabbing on the phone, texting, twittering, facebooking, playing video games, checking out Fark.com, who has time to be occupied by something so insignificant as as child rearing?
 
2012-11-30 04:08:19 PM
distactions = distractions

Sorry, my cell phone was ringing.
 
2012-11-30 04:42:05 PM
Freak accident would have been "the pop out turkey thermometer popped out and flew across the room and impaled him in the head" NOT toddler was allowed to hold something a toddler should not have had in their hand and fell on it. THAT IS NOT freak that is DARWIN LOSING AGAIN
 
2012-11-30 05:58:41 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: Getting impaled with a meat thermometer is really bad. It's a good thing this kid went to the doctor and was able to have it removed safely. Just a little difference could have been the difference between life and death.



This is why I have you Favorited. Well done.
 
2012-11-30 10:01:24 PM
me at child meat .......WTF????
 
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