Another good line is, “You don;t have to be dragged around to suit schedule when it’s unbelievably boring for you;.” Isn’t that the sort of American liberty and justice marines fight for back home? Reply
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Another good line is, “You don;t have to be dragged around to suit schedule when it’s unbelievably boring for you;.” Isn’t that the sort of American liberty and justice marines fight for back home?
This cracked me up. Can’t wait to use it on my kid.
I like it. When my 3-1/2 year old asks ‘Are we there yet?’ my response is ‘I assume that’s a rhetorical question?’ That usually confuses her enough to stop.
Ha ha! Hmm, then may I lend you what my father told us?? We were always given a somewhat useless fraction. Like we’re 9/12ths of the way. Or 2/9ths. Or whatever, any which way you look at it was 1. Confusing cause he didn’t use ‘normal’ fractions. and 2. more confusing cause I hadn’t even learnt about fractions yet!
Great way to screw with the kids brains.
haha love it! totally filing that one away for later 😀 happy thanksgiving!!
In 1967 my parents piled all 5 of us kids in a old Strato Chief station wagon, drove from Ontario to BC and back for ‘vacation’.
Yes, they were nuts.
Ha ha. Must run in the Corps. We say the same thing!
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lol, thats what I say to my oldest…I don’t to the younger ones in case they actually try one time 😛
I would love that except we’re about to get in the car and I’m the worst passenger. Maybe I should make my family happy and just start walking now.
Hahahaha! What a guy 😀