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    That's my boy

    Funny story here. Last night my wife and I went to Hickory Park with our 9 month old boy. There was a pretty big group sitting across the aisle from us and they had a couple waitresses holding trays while one of them handed out the food. Well anyway there was a cute one holding her tray right behind my boy's highchair. He turned around to look at her and noticed she wasn't paying any attention to him. He didn't like that at all so he reached out and grabbed her butt. I thought she was going to jump into the rafters. Then when she saw who did it she about dropped the food again from laughing. I havn't had that good a laugh in a long time.



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    Re: That's my boy

    that's good parenting.


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    Ahhh the things you get away with when you're young.


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    It's only going to get worse from here! My boy is nine, and I taught him that if you have something nice to say to someone, you should say it, because it would make them feel good. Now he practically hangs out of the back seat and yells "you're pretty" to any nice looking drive through window girls. And don't get me started on the swimming pool. He holds up lines talking to the lifeguards at the Indianola pool.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    It's only going to get worse from here! My boy is nine, and I taught him that if you have something nice to say to someone, you should say it, because it would make them feel good. Now he practically hangs out of the back seat and yells "you're pretty" to any nice looking drive through window girls. And don't get me started on the swimming pool. He holds up lines talking to the lifeguards at the Indianola pool.
    that made me think of the movie SandLot: Michael "Squints" Palledorous (Chauncey Leopardi) creates the scheme of a lifetime to get the knockdown gorgeous Wendy Peppercorn (Marley Shelton), the local lifeguard, to kiss him. It causes all of the sandlot boys to be banned forever from the swimming pool, but some punishments are worth it.

    Great Flick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keepngoal View Post
    that made me think of the movie SandLot: Michael "Squints" Palledorous (Chauncey Leopardi) creates the scheme of a lifetime to get the knockdown gorgeous Wendy Peppercorn (Marley Shelton), the local lifeguard, to kiss him. It causes all of the sandlot boys to be banned forever from the swimming pool, but some punishments are worth it.

    Great Flick.

    - keep.

    I find it so funny how a movie that wasnt very popular theater wise was seen by such a large group who loved it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by bostinelosd View Post
    I find it so funny how a movie that wasnt very popular theater wise was seen by such a large group who loved it.
    It happens all the time (Scarface, Usual Suspects, Swingers). I could go on and on...



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    You guys are so money, and you don't even know it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by keepngoal View Post
    that made me think of the movie SandLot: Michael "Squints" Palledorous (Chauncey Leopardi) creates the scheme of a lifetime to get the knockdown gorgeous Wendy Peppercorn (Marley Shelton), the local lifeguard, to kiss him. It causes all of the sandlot boys to be banned forever from the swimming pool, but some punishments are worth it.

    Great Flick.

    - keep.
    That movie is an absolute classic from beginning to end!



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    Re: That's my boy

    Quote Originally Posted by cybsball20 View Post
    It happens all the time (Scarface, Usual Suspects, Swingers). I could go on and on...
    The greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing the world he did not exist.

    Office Space has got to be the definition of the phenomena


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    Quote Originally Posted by cybsball20 View Post
    It happens all the time (Scarface, Usual Suspects, Swingers). I could go on and on...

    One of my fav. movies of all time Shawshank Redemption did poorly in the theatres.


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    Quote Originally Posted by clones_jer View Post
    Office Space has got to be the definition of the phenomena
    Quite true!

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