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Old 12-03-2012, 01:15 AM   #51
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I find interesting uses for those worthless cable locks....


2. Securing dining room chairs to the table so the 20 month old can use them to climb the counters.


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You know once they get past 18 months, you can start saying "almost two", right?
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You know once they get past 18 months, you can start saying "almost two", right?
That really come in handy if you have trouble counting up to 23!
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That really come in handy if you have trouble counting up to 23!
Well, it's geared more towards a woman I overheard once talking about her 76 month old "baby".

Jeez woman, I don't think six and a half years is a baby.

I have another semi funny story on this, but it's late.
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Well, it's geared more towards a woman I overheard once talking about her 76 month old "baby".

Jeez woman, I don't think six and a half years is a baby.

I have another semi funny story on this, but it's late.
76 months huh? I would have asked her: Is that in dog months or tortoise months?
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Old 12-03-2012, 05:14 AM   #55
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Well, it's geared more towards a woman I overheard once talking about her 76 month old "baby".

Jeez woman, I don't think six and a half years is a baby.

I have another semi funny story on this, but it's late.
In the younger months, people refer to "20 month old" because there's a big difference between, say, and 18 month old and a 2 year old, or 9 months to 14 months. But once you get past about 2.5 years, it's descriptive enough to say 2.5 year old or 3 year old.

76 month old baby. That's just weird. I feel sorry for the kid.
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76 month old baby. That's just weird. I feel sorry for the kid.
What is so weird about it? I think its cute when my mom refers to me as her "572-month-old baby."
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You know, I never thought of those uses. Securing stuff in the truck bed is probably the best one.
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I know 40 year olds that are nothing more than big babies. Many of them "haunt" survival forums, actually.
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I know 40 year olds that are nothing more than big babies. Many of them "haunt" survival forums, actually.
I'm 52 damn it ! Oh, let me read that qoute again.........never mind, carry on. ;-)
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Anyone seen that TV show on several years ago about those older kids who were still on the tit? One of them was 8!! Gross!
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