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(Distractify)   And my dad thought 'Pull my finger' was funny   (news.distractify.com) divider line 8
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2014-06-05 06:16:26 AM  
I hadn't had one of those in years. Now I'm craving one.

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2014-06-05 08:08:12 AM  
nothing about farting? i am disappoint.
 
2014-06-05 09:00:21 AM  
My wife doesn't understand that one of the perks of being a parent is the opportunity to screw with the kids relentlessly.  I tell my friends who just had kids that they need to look to Calvin's dad from Calvin and Hobbes for inspiration.
 
2014-06-05 10:59:23 AM  
Couldn't figure out why someone would need money for pizza and beer if they already had meatloaf.

Then I was wondering what the story was behind the kitty was holding $40.

"AH HA!" moment:  "Left money with Meatloaf."

/snerk
 
2014-06-05 03:16:44 PM  
Some of those are out-and-out hilarious.  :D  The dog taking over the kid's room is funny.  And the Dad singing to the cat?  Heh.
 
2014-06-05 08:10:54 PM  

i upped my meds-up yours: nothing about farting? i am disappoint.


Ditto.  I taught my niece "pull my finger".  It didn't take long for her to start doing it to her dad, who quickly learned to NOT pull her finger.  So I convinced her that he didn't need to actually pull her finger.  Just touching the finger was enough.  Soon afterwards my three year old niece was chasing her daddy around the house attempting to touch him so she could fart.  And yes, she could pretty much fart on demand.

Makes her uncle proud.  **sniff**

/pull-my-finger is an uncle's divine right
//she can also belch like a longshoreman
 
2014-06-05 08:15:05 PM  

JonZoidberg: My wife doesn't understand that one of the perks of being a parent is the opportunity to screw with the kids relentlessly.  I tell my friends who just had kids that they need to look to Calvin's dad from Calvin and Hobbes for inspiration.


When I babysat my nephew and niece I would answer their (inexhaustible supply of) questions by making shiat up.  For example, "where do clouds come from?"  "Sometimes a large flock of birds will all fart at once, that makes clouds."  I can still hear my sister screaming from another room, "Ogre!  What the hell have you been teaching my children?"

Using me as a free babysitter does have a cost.
 
2014-06-06 01:29:57 PM  
From the start I would chase my son around the house then form my hand into a claw and tickle his chest while chanting 'kali-ma, kali-ma" then I would make him say a safe word to make me stop.  This has potential for long term head games for him in the future.

He sees Indiana Jones and temple of Doom...damn, my dad was trying to tear my heart out.


damn, my dad taught me to use safe words.
 
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