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2013-09-05 02:56:18 AM

ThatDarkFellow: Notabunny: Occam's Nailfile: Notabunny: Count your blessings and ease someone else's life a little bit every day

Unless you have an unruly kid, and want to go to Pizza Hut.  In which case, fark everyone around you, you DESERVE your pizza night.

No, not really. I meant all the time. Regardless. Peace, love, and understanding are kind of a Universal Good.

No, keeping you sack of shiat kid in check is a kind of Universal good. Otherwise go fark yourself.


Years from now, when you have kids of your own, you'll understand how silly you sound. I know you don't get it now, but a smile and a little kindness are always the right answer. And Tootsie Rolls. It's hard to go wrong with Toootsie Rolls.
 
2013-09-05 03:04:03 AM

Notabunny: It's hard to go wrong with Toootsie Rolls.


What about the butterfly?
 
2013-09-05 03:06:59 AM

zenferret: And it's not the kind of thing where you'd want to invite some friends over and try out those social skills in your own home because then you wouldn't have any friends.


I don't know.  Maybe.  I don't know their situation.

Years ago my family got a dog.  The dog barked and annoyed one of our neighbors.  We worked with the dog to teach her when it was an was not appropriate to bark, but the months it took to do that were not always easy.  But she learned.  Since we live in the nice part of a shiatty town, having a dog that now knows it is appropriate to bark when someone is lurking in the alley but not to bark when she sees a bird is an asset to us and our neighbors.  Our neighbors know this and have apologized for their previous passive-aggressiveness (like leaving anonymous notes on our door).  My step-daughter is dating their grandson and all is well.

If these parents are taking their kids to a pizza joint so that someday he won't grow into an adult who gets his paycheck and blows it by going to a nice restaurant hopped up on booze creating a scene, then more power to them.  If they are taking the kid to the pizza joint so he can raise Cain while they eat a cheap meal and get loaded on pitchers of beer, then fark 'em.  I just don't know.  But I am sensing a lot of the passive-aggressive "how dare you ruin my fine pizza experience" death stares in this thread.
 
2013-09-05 03:07:24 AM

ThatDarkFellow: keeping you sack of shiat kid in check is a kind of Universal good.


You don't have many friends do you?
 
2013-09-05 03:22:55 AM

Notabunny: Years from now, when you have kids of your own, you'll understand how silly you sound.


I have three kids.  They've never been a burden to people around them for more than 5 seconds.  I didn't take them to places they could annoy people until they were old enough to obey simple instructions, like, "shhhh", or the more playful, "hey sucka, cool it, you're bein' a nutball", followed by a Gibbs-style bip on the back of the head.

My oldest is loud and a little but hyper.  I give him a gentle kick in the pants when he's over doing it, or "Hey man, you're at a 9.  I need you at like a 6, 'k?"  I honestly can't remember a single time, ever, being embarrassed because one of my rugrats was acting like a fool in public.  And not because they are incapable - at home they are a never-ending source of noise and general discontent - they just know that when Dad says "cool it", it's time to cool it, or they're gonna lose something they want - video game time, sleepover privileges, etc.

It helps a lot, too, to remind them, before we go somewhere, what the behavior code is for the environment.

"Hey guys, huddle up - this is a restaurant.  Talk, enjoy yourselves, but use your manners, and keep your voices down.  Joey, don't order two racks of ribs, ya won't finish em.  Deal?"

"Got it Dad".

If they are too young to understand that, they are just too young for that environment. Find some other way to entertain the family.  Hit the park, barbeque, go swimming, play in the yard with them.  FFS, you can spray kids with a hose for three hours and they'll be mad as hell that you're stopping.

Maybe, JUST maybe, a bit more emphasis is needed on teaching children to have manners in public BEFORE they are taken into public.
 
2013-09-05 03:33:40 AM

Occam's Nailfile: I have three kids. They've never been a burden to people around them for more than 5 seconds. I didn't take them to places they could annoy people until they were old enough to obey simple instructions, like, "shhhh", or the more playful, "hey sucka, cool it, you're bein' a nutball", followed by a Gibbs-style bip on the back of the head.


You sound like a good parent with well-adjusted kids.  And I don't mean that sarcastically.  You really do.

Having said that, I would add two things.  First, I think most parents who have had kids who have annoyed others in restaurants, planes, etc also thought their kids were behaving appropriately.  Secondly, (and I realize this makes me sound like the parent-of-a-snowflake type) but I have to think that kids with mental or emotional issues might be different in that they know what appropriate behavior is at home but struggle to make the connection with their behavior outside the home.  In those cases, a trip to the local pizza joint is probably a good opportunity to teach them that lesson.
 
2013-09-05 03:39:45 AM

Jim_Callahan: The funniest part of the story is that the woman doesn't realize that she's being sarcastically called a farking retard by that message.


I don't know about the rest of the country, but I heard that saying a few times growing up.  I worked with autistic and developmentally disadvantaged kids at my church.  It isn't intended as an insult, it uses both meanings of the word "special".  The first to denote the child's developmental difficulties, the second to denote the couple being one "special enough", synonymous with strong, in a way, to handle those difficulties.

/kind of like "sabes tonto que sabes a merde", which uses two meanings of "sabe", one from saber and one from sabor.
//and only makes sense, apparently, to people from Venezuela and Cuba.
 
2013-09-05 03:53:45 AM

WhyteRaven74: ThatDarkFellow: keeping you sack of shiat kid in check is a kind of Universal good.

You don't have many friends do you?


Does taking all the personal attacks you probably get in your day to day life and projecting them onto someone on the internet who didn't directly attack anyone here make you feel better? I mean, I'm cool with it, it's only the internet and all. I was just curious.
 
2013-09-05 04:23:15 AM

timujin: Jim_Callahan: The funniest part of the story is that the woman doesn't realize that she's being sarcastically called a farking retard by that message.

I don't know about the rest of the country, but I heard that saying a few times growing up.  I worked with autistic and developmentally disadvantaged kids at my church.  It isn't intended as an insult, it uses both meanings of the word "special".  The first to denote the child's developmental difficulties, the second to denote the couple being one "special enough", synonymous with strong, in a way, to handle those difficulties.

/kind of like "

timujin: Jim_Callahan: The funniest part of the story is that the woman doesn't realize that she's being sarcastically called a farking retard by that message.

I don't know about the rest of the country, but I heard that saying a few times growing up.  I worked with autistic and developmentally disadvantaged kids at my church.  It isn't intended as an insult, it uses both meanings of the word "special".  The first to denote the child's developmental difficulties, the second to denote the couple being one "special enough", synonymous with strong, in a way, to handle those difficulties.

/kind of like "sabes tonto que sabes a merde", which uses two meanings of "sabe", one from saber and one from sabor.
//and only makes sense, apparently, to people from Venezuela and Cuba.

", which uses two meanings of "sabe", one from saber and one from sabor.
//and only makes sense, apparently, to people from Venezuela and Cuba.


I have heard it said in Colombia as well, among the older, more educated generations.

And it is "tanto" which means so much "tonto" means fool. Like the Lone Rangers sidekick who is more aptly named in Spanish Toro.

Literally it says you know so much, you have the flavor, taste of shiat. But it really means"you think you know do much, you do not know shiat."

Cuba and Venezuela had some of the same immigration from the Canaries, the islenos, so they have a phrase or two in common.

/had to take the college boards in colombia and my pedantic grandmother and father inundated the half gringo offspring with oodles of useless facts about latin america.
 
2013-09-05 04:37:06 AM

theflatline: timujin: Jim_Callahan: The funniest part of the story is that the woman doesn't realize that she's being sarcastically called a farking retard by that message.

I don't know about the rest of the country, but I heard that saying a few times growing up.  I worked with autistic and developmentally disadvantaged kids at my church.  It isn't intended as an insult, it uses both meanings of the word "special".  The first to denote the child's developmental difficulties, the second to denote the couple being one "special enough", synonymous with strong, in a way, to handle those difficulties.

/kind of like "timujin: Jim_Callahan: The funniest part of the story is that the woman doesn't realize that she's being sarcastically called a farking retard by that message.

I don't know about the rest of the country, but I heard that saying a few times growing up.  I worked with autistic and developmentally disadvantaged kids at my church.  It isn't intended as an insult, it uses both meanings of the word "special".  The first to denote the child's developmental difficulties, the second to denote the couple being one "special enough", synonymous with strong, in a way, to handle those difficulties.

/kind of like "sabes tonto que sabes a merde", which uses two meanings of "sabe", one from saber and one from sabor.
//and only makes sense, apparently, to people from Venezuela and Cuba.

", which uses two meanings of "sabe", one from saber and one from sabor.
//and only makes sense, apparently, to people from Venezuela and Cuba.

I have heard it said in Colombia as well, among the older, more educated generations.

And it is "tanto" which means so much "tonto" means fool. Like the Lone Rangers sidekick who is more aptly named in Spanish Toro.

Literally it says you know so much, you have the flavor, taste of shiat. But it really means"you think you know do much, you do not know shiat."

Cuba and Venezuela had some of the same immigration from the Canaries, the islenos, so they have a ...


Ah, thanks for the clarification on tanto/tonto, it's something I heard a long, long time ago and my Spanish is just enough to get me by when traveling.
 
2013-09-05 04:43:16 AM

timujin: theflatline: timujin: Jim_Callahan: The funniest part of the story is that the woman doesn't realize that she's being sarcastically called a farking retard by that message.

I don't know about the rest of the country, but I heard that saying a few times growing up.  I worked with autistic and developmentally disadvantaged kids at my church.  It isn't intended as an insult, it uses both meanings of the word "special".  The first to denote the child's developmental difficulties, the second to denote the couple being one "special enough", synonymous with strong, in a way, to handle those difficulties.

/kind of like "timujin: Jim_Callahan: The funniest part of the story is that the woman doesn't realize that she's being sarcastically called a farking retard by that message.

I don't know about the rest of the country, but I heard that saying a few times growing up.  I worked with autistic and developmentally disadvantaged kids at my church.  It isn't intended as an insult, it uses both meanings of the word "special".  The first to denote the child's developmental difficulties, the second to denote the couple being one "special enough", synonymous with strong, in a way, to handle those difficulties.

/kind of like "sabes tonto que sabes a merde", which uses two meanings of "sabe", one from saber and one from sabor.
//and only makes sense, apparently, to people from Venezuela and Cuba.

", which uses two meanings of "sabe", one from saber and one from sabor.
//and only makes sense, apparently, to people from Venezuela and Cuba.

I have heard it said in Colombia as well, among the older, more educated generations.

And it is "tanto" which means so much "tonto" means fool. Like the Lone Rangers sidekick who is more aptly named in Spanish Toro.

Literally it says you know so much, you have the flavor, taste of shiat. But it really means"you think you know do much, you do not know shiat."

Cuba and Venezuela had some of the same immigration from the Canaries, the islenos, so ...


No problem.  Actually, my grandmother is probably up in heaven frowning that I have not gone to bed yet, but smiling that I was able to impart some of her knowledge she shared that I considered useless.
 
2013-09-05 04:51:50 AM
God only gives special children to bad parents.*

*Otherwise, you'd never notice them.
 
2013-09-05 05:04:02 AM
It got really dusty in here all of a sudden. There are still people in this world and in this life that have a heart. People that have compassion and understanding. Those are most valued character traits to have.
 
2013-09-05 05:40:59 AM
I guess that's classier than throwing them a hanky and telling them to "clean yesselves up."
 
2013-09-05 05:44:20 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: It's fine to be autistic


www.logicmgmt.com

"Indeed, m'lady. But how does one find the time?"
 
2013-09-05 05:48:37 AM
Was is the grocery market a few days back. There was a little boy there shopping with his dad. The kid wanted some candy or something and his dad refused so the kid starts pulling a full-blown tantrum, laying on the floor and screaming, etc.

The father just starts tickling the kid. Screams turn into laughter, After a few seconds the kid obviously forgets what he was having his tantrum for. Kid hugs dad.
 
2013-09-05 05:57:02 AM

Maybe you should drive: Honestly, I wonder if some of the commentators in this thread have ever actually left their houses


No kidding. Bunch of never seen the sunlight, work in their moms basement neckbeards that probably haven't come within 200 yards of impregnating anyone.
 
2013-09-05 06:18:14 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: When kids get rowdy, you take them outside.  It's fine to be autistic, but if you can't behave, then you can't be with others in a public place. This kid isn't learning that.

As for the rest of us, we should show compassion like this mystery man.


generally, I would agree with you. however, did you read the part where the kid has had 3 brain surgeries so far?

any kid who has had 3 brain surgeries can do whatever the fark he wants
 
2013-09-05 06:22:20 AM

aesirx: AverageAmericanGuy: When kids get rowdy, you take them outside.  It's fine to be autistic, but if you can't behave, then you can't be with others in a public place. This kid isn't learning that.

As for the rest of us, we should show compassion like this mystery man.

generally, I would agree with you. however, did you read the part where the kid has had 3 brain surgeries so far?

any kid who has had 3 brain surgeries can do whatever the fark he wants


Well, that's the hope, isn't it?
 
2013-09-05 06:28:06 AM
Never judge a people by their politicians
 
2013-09-05 06:46:03 AM
God only gives retarded children to retarded parents. What a nice god this Yahweh is.
 
2013-09-05 07:14:27 AM

ThatDarkFellow: Your defective kid does not have the right to disrupt a group of people just because your junk sperm and broken eggs can't divide correctly.


Yes he does. Intolerance does not bring special rights.
 
2013-09-05 07:21:29 AM

Occam's Nailfile: It's just a matter of being respectful of others around you.  Her situation is sad, but that doesn't give her a license to ruin other people's experiences.


How dare these black people want to sit at the front of the bus, upsetting all the normal people?
 
2013-09-05 07:22:48 AM
I notice that all the people who think that when they leave the house, they have a right to perfection everywhere they travel, and who have no compassion for the child and his family, seem to be Republicans in the politics threads.

Not much of a surprise.
 
2013-09-05 07:35:02 AM

koba22: Fat people in North Carolina...no way.


That woman looks like she need help paying for all her food.
 
2013-09-05 07:44:41 AM

Brian Blessed's Bastard Boy: sethen320: Brian Blessed's Bastard Boy: This gives me a great idea.  Haven't been out to eat at a restaurant since the wife got put in a wheelchair last year, so maybe go to one, smack her in the head with a bat before we go in, and as she drools and babbles the entire time, I can score a kick ass meal.

/I'm a horrible person.
//Wouldn't hit her with a bat.
///But would use a whiffle ball bat.  Really hard.

You gotta say "I did it like this, I did it like that, I did it with a wiffle ball bat" afterward though.

Bad joke, but I am sorry for your wife. Hope it isn't anything too permanent.

Yep, permanent.  They had to sever her spine after too many surgeries and complications from spina biffida and a lamenectomy that went downhill fast.  But we're all good.  She handles it better than I do, but the whole family is doing well with it.  Now I get to park closer to grocery stores and whatnot with our super handicap license plate!!!  So in the end, it was win/win!


Id buy both of you a beer if I could. If anything, just for staying so positive. Keep it up.
 
2013-09-05 08:29:02 AM
PainfulItching

Well that was darned neighborly. Restored my faith in humanity a bit after being in these threads all day.

Really ? What's Neighborly about having your crotch fruit throw a fit, disrupting others who are out trying to have dinner?

Being able to get your cells to collide with someone of the opposite sex does not give you the right to fark with everyone else's life.
 
2013-09-05 08:37:32 AM
Obnoxious but consequence-free behavior that ruins the experience for everyone else? Huh, I'd have thought the trolls would be all in favor of taking unruly kids to restaurants...
 
2013-09-05 08:57:24 AM

Fano: Probably thought the kid was the King of Spain


Anybody who tells the Strutting Jackass of Caracas to STFU can't be all bad.
 
2013-09-05 08:59:41 AM

Occam's Nailfile: Notabunny: Years from now, when you have kids of your own, you'll understand how silly you sound.

I have three kids.  They've never been a burden to people around them for more than 5 seconds.  I didn't take them to places they could annoy people until they were old enough to obey simple instructions, like, "shhhh", or the more playful, "hey sucka, cool it, you're bein' a nutball", followed by a Gibbs-style bip on the back of the head.

My oldest is loud and a little but hyper.  I give him a gentle kick in the pants when he's over doing it, or "Hey man, you're at a 9.  I need you at like a 6, 'k?"  I honestly can't remember a single time, ever, being embarrassed because one of my rugrats was acting like a fool in public.  And not because they are incapable - at home they are a never-ending source of noise and general discontent - they just know that when Dad says "cool it", it's time to cool it, or they're gonna lose something they want - video game time, sleepover privileges, etc.

It helps a lot, too, to remind them, before we go somewhere, what the behavior code is for the environment.

"Hey guys, huddle up - this is a restaurant.  Talk, enjoy yourselves, but use your manners, and keep your voices down.  Joey, don't order two racks of ribs, ya won't finish em.  Deal?"

"Got it Dad".

If they are too young to understand that, they are just too young for that environment. Find some other way to entertain the family.  Hit the park, barbeque, go swimming, play in the yard with them.  FFS, you can spray kids with a hose for three hours and they'll be mad as hell that you're stopping.

Maybe, JUST maybe, a bit more emphasis is needed on teaching children to have manners in public BEFORE they are taken into public.


I smarted this post.  You sir, are doing it right.  If I knew you, I'd buy you a drink.  As a new father myself, I hope to have a family that acts as you say yours does.  Cheers!
 
2013-09-05 09:11:36 AM
Defective kids have defective parents
 
2013-09-05 09:38:47 AM
i was hoping for the slap in the face.

/You know, most pizza places will deliver to your home.
 
2013-09-05 09:43:13 AM

ThatDarkFellow: Your defective kid does not have the right to disrupt a group of people just because your junk sperm and broken eggs can't divide correctly.


I dont know. Thats what your parents did.
 
2013-09-05 09:47:31 AM

theflatline: While very nice I can this guy doing it. And cooking some body part and thinking "While not something I normally do I find the meat of those with severe brain abnormalities to often have a taste similar to that of veal, that velvety, milky goodness of animal that is not quite right in nature, an anomaly that will never develop normally.  As the french say when I get the "envie" for this particular dish I feel that by taking this type of life I am really saving that of the parents. And even mercy killings, such as roadkill, should never go to waste."

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I don't know fark all about fashion, but everyone of his outfits is farking awesome.


Occam's Nailfile: I dig that. But there's a difference between fun, boisterous people and a screaming, fit-throwing kid. One is tolerable, the other makes people want to pour gasoline in their ears and light a match


There is a difference, but you are likely to find both at a place like that.
 
2013-09-05 09:50:16 AM
Parents should be slapped for bringing their kid into a public place.
 
2013-09-05 10:10:57 AM
Fark's War on Children® continues. I'm glad I don't know most of you IRL. Twats.
 
2013-09-05 10:17:48 AM
ITT: Broken, cynical misanthropists are unable to comprehend somebody who might not be.
 
2013-09-05 10:30:45 AM
ITT: Broken, cynical misanthropists are unable to comprehend somebody who might not be.


I fully comprehend it. it's just stupid.
 
2013-09-05 10:57:06 AM
That note could easily be an insult, too. It all depends on how you read it.
 
2013-09-05 11:17:11 AM

Maybe you should drive: For fark's sake. A pizza place is exactly where you take a kid with behavioral issues to try and teach them appropriate behaviors in public.  When I go to a pizza joint I expect a noisy environment.  If any of you Farkers are going to pizza joints expecting to not hear kids screaming, you are most likely every bit as mentally retarded as the people you hate.

Honestly, I wonder if some of the commentators in this thread have ever actually left their houses  It's not like this kid ruined your meal at a five star restaurant.  It's a farking pizza place.


Some people are simply not equipped to handle dining in public places-- and by that, I mean anyone who expects the quiet and privacy of eating at home while dining in a place that allows other people (and any potential issues they may cause) to dine close by.

Some of the nicer restaurants have certain standards where you can expect a quieter environment. If you're not going to one of those, then expect anything from someone's kid throwing a tantrum to drunk patrons at the bar to a particularly rude grown woman berating the waitress because her lettuce is on the wrong side of the plate. If you can't handle that, then maybe you're the one who should just get carry out and eat at home.
 
2013-09-05 11:29:57 AM
Occam's Nailfile: I have three kids.  They've never been a burden to people around them for more than 5 seconds.

Bullshiat. Any parent who says this is either delusional and doesn't realize how much trouble their kids actually get into, or they're a goddamn liar. Yes, kids will eventually learn how to behave, but there's a learning process, and ALL of them rebel at some point. If for some reason you actually believe this statement you just uttered, then you're clueless. I can guaran-farking-tee you that your kids are or have been utter shiatheads either when you're not looking or that you're just naturally desensitized to the shiatheadiness of your precious little snowflake as opposed to someone else's kid. (It's always the other kid's fault when Little Johnny throws a rock.)

Quit pretending you're Mary Margaret Perfect Parent. We know you're not. There's also a vast difference between "unruly child" and "child with special needs."
 
2013-09-05 11:47:29 AM

supayoda: Occam's Nailfile: I have three kids.  They've never been a burden to people around them for more than 5 seconds.

Bullshiat. Any parent who says this is either delusional and doesn't realize how much trouble their kids actually get into, or they're a goddamn liar. Yes, kids will eventually learn how to behave, but there's a learning process, and ALL of them rebel at some point. If for some reason you actually believe this statement you just uttered, then you're clueless. I can guaran-farking-tee you that your kids are or have been utter shiatheads either when you're not looking or that you're just naturally desensitized to the shiatheadiness of your precious little snowflake as opposed to someone else's kid. (It's always the other kid's fault when Little Johnny throws a rock.)

Quit pretending you're Mary Margaret Perfect Parent. We know you're not. There's also a vast difference between "unruly child" and "child with special needs."


This.
 
2013-09-05 11:54:36 AM

GoldSpider: How kind of this anonymous stranger to take time out of his day to remind this poor mother that she is effectively shackled to her disabled kid, and that he has the luxury of not only affording the cost of an extra few meals, but that he can extract himself from her challenging situation at will.  Way to rub her nose in her situation like the dogshiat he evidently sees the kid as.


Plenty of people would love to be shackled with a kid of their own, even if it is disabled.
Maybe it is better though, to just abort all babies not deemed to be of high enough quality dna, and to parents wealthy enough to provide a private education for the children.
 
2013-09-05 12:00:46 PM

Nutsac_Jim: GoldSpider: How kind of this anonymous stranger to take time out of his day to remind this poor mother that she is effectively shackled to her disabled kid, and that he has the luxury of not only affording the cost of an extra few meals, but that he can extract himself from her challenging situation at will.  Way to rub her nose in her situation like the dogshiat he evidently sees the kid as.

Plenty of people would love to be shackled with a kid of their own, even if it is disabled.
Maybe it is better though, to just abort all babies not deemed to be of high enough quality dna, and to parents wealthy enough to provide a private education for the children.


this, so much.
 
2013-09-05 12:13:22 PM
Great. Just what we need. More parents who think they're UbberParents just because they plopped a yowling sh*tmonster from between their legs, and want to inflict their hideous stinkgoblin at as many people in public as possible.
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2013-09-05 12:26:30 PM

TV's Vinnie: Great. Just what we need. More parents who think they're UbberParents just because they plopped a yowling sh*tmonster from between their legs, and want to inflict their hideous stinkgoblin at as many people in public as possible.
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Jesus, what the fark?  One that kid is almost old enough to drive and two do that shiat in the bathroom!  I eat on those tables, lady!
 
2013-09-05 12:31:43 PM

RockofAges: C) If anyone ever talked shiat in front of me about a mentally handicapped child (without joking, you know the tone and attitude I'm talking about), in particular, asking them to leave a public restaurant -- I would publicly confront them with the willingness to physically correct them.


Oooo, what're you gonna do tough guy, suck my dick?

It's pretty sad that you're so "special" that you need to settle a dispute by getting a physical. Of course, pencil necks of your caliber are always so muscular on the internet.
 
2013-09-05 12:55:42 PM

sethen320: Brian Blessed's Bastard Boy: sethen320: Brian Blessed's Bastard Boy: This gives me a great idea.  Haven't been out to eat at a restaurant since the wife got put in a wheelchair last year, so maybe go to one, smack her in the head with a bat before we go in, and as she drools and babbles the entire time, I can score a kick ass meal.

/I'm a horrible person.
//Wouldn't hit her with a bat.
///But would use a whiffle ball bat.  Really hard.

You gotta say "I did it like this, I did it like that, I did it with a wiffle ball bat" afterward though.

Bad joke, but I am sorry for your wife. Hope it isn't anything too permanent.

Yep, permanent.  They had to sever her spine after too many surgeries and complications from spina biffida and a lamenectomy that went downhill fast.  But we're all good.  She handles it better than I do, but the whole family is doing well with it.  Now I get to park closer to grocery stores and whatnot with our super handicap license plate!!!  So in the end, it was win/win!

Id buy both of you a beer if I could. If anything, just for staying so positive. Keep it up.


Appreciate that, but she's a non-drinker, and I've been dry for a long time, so we'll settle for a decent cup of coffee.
 
2013-09-05 12:56:50 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Brian Blessed's Bastard Boy: sethen320: Brian Blessed's Bastard Boy: This gives me a great idea.  Haven't been out to eat at a restaurant since the wife got put in a wheelchair last year, so maybe go to one, smack her in the head with a bat before we go in, and as she drools and babbles the entire time, I can score a kick ass meal.

/I'm a horrible person.
//Wouldn't hit her with a bat.
///But would use a whiffle ball bat.  Really hard.

You gotta say "I did it like this, I did it like that, I did it with a wiffle ball bat" afterward though.

Bad joke, but I am sorry for your wife. Hope it isn't anything too permanent.

Yep, permanent.  They had to sever her spine after too many surgeries and complications from spina biffida and a lamenectomy that went downhill fast.  But we're all good.  She handles it better than I do, but the whole family is doing well with it.  Now I get to park closer to grocery stores and whatnot with our super handicap license plate!!!  So in the end, it was win/win!

Does her lady parts still function


Nope, lady parts went the way of her legs last year.  Skinamax at night gets me through.
 
2013-09-05 01:09:45 PM
On one hand -- take the kid outside if he's being ridiculous. On the other hand, I wonder how many farkers have made a similar scene in a public place during a night of heavy drinking.

/good for the guy, though.
 
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