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2013-03-29 02:09:32 AM
I may have thrown a rib out laughing at that!

When I was a teen, the worst I had to fear was Mom showing my baby pics to a girl I brought home.  Now parents can do this to their kids.
 
2013-03-29 02:24:26 AM
I laughed. I cried. I saved five bucks! Seriously, it had me going both ways... never seen anything like it. Thanks!
 
2013-03-29 08:38:28 AM
oh how original.
 
2013-03-29 09:25:58 AM
A relative of mine wanted to got for a steak dinner while being driven home still under dental anesthesia.  Later, she said "I can't believe I wanted to go for a steak dinner!" and laughed in a way like she does when she thinks something is really funny
 
2013-03-29 10:25:02 AM
How is this "viral" ? The linked video has 800 views.
 
2013-03-29 10:51:26 AM
Why link directly to the video when you can link to a shiatty web page?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udE1ITmno8U
 
2013-03-29 12:34:44 PM

AUAIOMRN: Why link directly to the video when you can link to a shiatty web page?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udE1ITmno8U


Thank you, I got two pop-up advertisements (work computer) and two auto-play advertisements on that page.  Examiner is now branded into my memory as a shiatstain on the Internet
 
2013-03-29 01:06:03 PM
I recently had a root canal. At the end there were four dental technicians and the dentist hovered around me, staring at me with concern. "Are you allergic to anything?" "Umm, no". One of the techs came back with a little white packet, tore it open and handed me a pill. I have no clue what it was, but. . . . .

My family decided since they were hungry we'd go to a buffet and took turns laughing at me as it became apparent I was severely looped. The drooling from the novacaine only made it more hilarious. They loaded me up into the backseat of the car for the two hour drive home. It was then that my husband made the decision to let our son use learner's permit to practice driving. I had to keep my head down because with the streetlights it was as if I was traveling through space ala' Star Wars or Space Mountain. The highlight was when son hit a bale of insulation that was in the middle of the road. Kudos to him for not swerving, but the *BOOOOOOF!* of the hit turned my pleasant little buzz into something akin to a bad acid trip. I faintly remember getting home and didn't wake up (thankfully) until sometime in the middle of the next afternoon.

This girl got the little white pill out of the tear packet. I'd lay money on it.
 
2013-03-29 07:05:54 PM

TaylorSalad: I recently had a root canal. At the end there were four dental technicians and the dentist hovered around me, staring at me with concern. "Are you allergic to anything?" "Umm, no". One of the techs came back with a little white packet, tore it open and handed me a pill. I have no clue what it was, but. . . . .


When I experience physical trauma (or severe anxiety), I get hives on my neck, chest and face. People ask me if I am allergic to something when it happens. That might be what happened to you.
 
2013-03-30 07:42:33 AM
The "they were just trying to help me chew" line is where I completely lost my sh*t.

That was damn enjoyable.
 
2013-03-30 07:54:19 AM

El Morro: The "they were just trying to help me chew" line is where I completely lost my sh*t.

That was damn enjoyable.


True. It's a gem.
 
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