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Old 12-07-2013, 04:48 AM   #31831
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Look at you go, living up to your name VikingDad! Solid advice.
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Here is the differance Cinder, you moved to the freezer. On the other hand the freezer moved to us. But yes pansies we prolly are.

Btw, pansies are tough by nature. I bet they survive this ice storm. I don't know how pansies are meant to imply weakness.
Well it edits out pussies, so pansies was the next thing that came to mind. No one told me I was moving to the Arctic!!


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She didn't tell y'all, she was complaining last night. She took a shower then went out to her car to get something and her hair froze.
It was 2 seconds and my hair turned to ICICLES! It froze my sister's perfume! It's mostly alcohol! It's F***ING cold.

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my father is a different person with his grandchildren than he was with my brother and i!

but my father said my grandfather was different with us than with him as well!
My Dad was completely different after my little sister was born; she and my younger brother were raised in a completely different home than I was...
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Well it edits out pussies, so pansies was the next thing that came to mind. No one told me I was moving to the Arctic!!




It was 2 seconds and my hair turned to ICICLES! It froze my sister's perfume! It's mostly alcohol! It's F***ING cold.



My Dad was completely different after my little sister was born; she and my younger brother were raised in a completely different home than I was...
was your father more mellow or more stressed?

my father is way more mellow with his grandchildren than he was with my brother and i. i was the source of his grey hair and baldness!
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was your father more mellow or more stressed?

my father is way more mellow with his grandchildren than he was with my brother and i. i was the source of his grey hair and baldness!
Her dad's a great guy, and judging from what I know of it, I think the man was under quite a bit of stress. Some people get snappy and treat those they love a bit differently when they're under a lot of stress.
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Her dad's a great guy, and judging from what I know of it, I think the man was under quite a bit of stress. Some people get snappy and treat those they love a bit differently when they're under a lot of stress.
I can attest to that! My Dad was a Bit "Snappy" in what would turn out to be his last few years. Until the day I die I will never forget his Speech to me as I lay in a hospital bed at Walter Reed...He had a flask of Johnnie Black In his overcoat pocket, so i'm sure he had time to work on the flask & his Comments to me on the train down to DC from Penn Sta. in NY! It's in the quotes section if anyone want to see what a 55 Y.O. tells his 23 Y.O. son who's laid up in a Hosp. Bed...
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This man was/is raising 5 kids. I say "is", because that's a job that never really ends! Her dad's oldest son is either the same age or just a little older than me, and they're all less than 5 years apart in age. (edit: I think the age difference between two of them is right at 5 years, maybe 5 years and a couple of months)

And it seems to be a notorious phenomenon that the middle child catches the most flak. Guess who the middle child is?

I admire the guy, I don't think I could handle that many and have them all turn out as well. I could keep that many kids alive, sure, but I'd expect at least ONE of them to end up being a convict!!! And I'd probably be first!!

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Changed my mind and just applied to Liberty University Online instead of going to an actual university for classes. I am almost done with my degree anyways and working full time + school full time + 2 lil ones at home was killing me before. I'll take a hit of a couple hundred bucks in my post 9-11 GI bill also, but hey i'm still getting paid to get an education. I'm also switching majors to Homeland Security/Antiterrorism so it adds like 12 hours more to what I need, but i'll already have a history minor completed and if I take 1 more anthropology course i'll have an minor there as well.
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Think I used up my late night pass this morning . Wife got the kids up at 6 , threw them in bed w/ me so they could torture me . Then they left about 7 to go to a santa breakfast thing at some church 25 miles away , I let her go while I went back to sleep , needles to say she is not happy lol

SO the guy with the wrecked boat from PA was coming down this morning to pick it up , told him I would meet him at 11 to get it loaded and it would give me time to put a battery and life jacket I used back in it before he got here .
10 am , Im right in the middle of putting everything back in and he rolls up .
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was your father more mellow or more stressed?

my father is way more mellow with his grandchildren than he was with my brother and i. i was the source of his grey hair and baldness!
He mellowed out, a lot. But then, my sister isn't even close to being as tough as I am.

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This man was/is raising 5 kids. I say "is", because that's a job that never really ends! Her dad's oldest son is either the same age or just a little older than me, and they're all less than 5 years apart in age. (edit: I think the age difference between two of them is right at 5 years, maybe 5 years and a couple of months)

And it seems to be a notorious phenomenon that the middle child catches the most flak. Guess who the middle child is?

I admire the guy, I don't think I could handle that many and have them all turn out as well. I could keep that many kids alive, sure, but I'd expect at least ONE of them to end up being a convict!!! And I'd probably be first!!
My older brother is 28, next is 27, I'm 24 my younger sister is 21 and little brother is 19 almost 20 so, only three years age difference between my sisters and I. Don't get me wrong, I love my Dad, I think he's a great guy, but you don't know the same guy I knew growing up.

And yeah there are five kids in my family and I'm one of them, trust me I'm sure my parents were very stressed. I'm pretty sure in the reason my Mom is crazy. Although it may be genetic because her sisters all have the same crazy and so does her Mom. And by crazy I mean batsh!t insane.
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