LMAO! Did it work? Did she stop what she was doing?
Yes it did.
Kids should never have to wonder what the consequences are...
lol... well... I guess that is the upside.He later said he started in on it and then was hoping it could come out sounding ridiculous and not extra mean and scary. Only time will tell.
OMG how funny in a sick and twisted way! LOL
Specifically I said, "run you over with the car."That's less scary, right?Right?--I self-censored "beat, strangle, kill" and went for what I thought was preposterous...not sure it was any better.In case you were wondering what she did to provoke me, she was diving under the sheets while I tried to make the bed. SHE KNOWS IT MAKES ME CRAZY.
that is hilarious!especially more so after hearing what Kid was doing to get that response!
julie,what were you expecting her to have been doing something a little more annoying/dangerous/out of character for a SIX YEAR OLD? ;)Yeah it's moments like that when I'm just thinking "You could never do it ... you could never be here all day everyday." Cause we all know that playing in the bed is just about a 2 on my daily 1-10 barometer of child annoyance.
Mr. F makes the bed? I don't even do that. I thought it was funny enough to begin with, but that made me openly snort.Thanks for the notes, Mrs. F. I completely understand. After riding in the back of an ambulance with my little guy, I will never, ever look upon one and wonder whose child is in it right now.
She'll be fine, I got spanked ( love you mom, I deserved it!) and threatened within an inch of my life and I always knew my mom and dad love(d) me. Like crazy!![My mom comments all the time, she's over 6' tall, I try not to piss her off! ; ) ]
"You could never do it ... you could never be here all day everyday."Yes I could. As long as I had easy access to a McDonalds and help from an elite force of penguins and sibling rabbits.(Penguin of Madagascar and Max & Ruby)
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