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Well this is just great, It's Friday, all the manovering at work ended today with me needing to quit, and now the police just came buy looking for my oldest for thowing eggs at some one's car!

Lord have mercy, Christ have mercy, Lord have mercy (please)
Awwww I am sorry. My oldest turned 13 this summer and I am starting reevaluate being open to life!!! I have three more to go and there is a gap between them all so I have about 15 more years of this!!!!! I also have at the least 6 more years of fertility(I am sorta kidding) teenage girls. YIKES!
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Sun is shining.......
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Children mutate at age 13 to 14. An alien steals their brains and personalities and may not give them back for 10 years or so. Society used to help by contributing a restraining influence, but now it just "eggs" () them on. I suspect a good deal of time in Purgatory is taken off by dealing with one's teenage kids. I had some luck with persuading police officers that I would take care of various things myself, but YMMV. It depends on the officer and situation. Very sorry about the job situation. I will pray that it results in something better.
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Children mutate at age 13 to 14. An alien steals their brains and personalities and may not give them back for 10 years or so.
This is true. Actually I think that what happens is that their brains experience a hard drive crash, and they forget everything they were ever taught - it seems as if they have to start over again from scratch.
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Sun is shining.......
Stupid Sun shining and reflecting of all the snow BLINDING me

Was that crumudgeony enough???

Grumpy old man gave me the stink eye at an indoor soccer game when my kids were running around out of the way of everyone.
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This is true. Actually I think that what happens is that their brains experience a hard drive crash, and they forget everything they were ever taught - it seems as if they have to start over again from scratch.
Except for playing video games
and eating junk food
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I like teenagers. They are fun. Teenage boys are especially fun. I currently have 2. I used to have 3. Then one turned 20. He is still pretty alright, though.
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If you are making a red velvet cake, and the mixer is somehow set to "high" when you plug it in, the result is remarkably like a crime scene. Don't ask.
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If you are making a red velvet cake, and the mixer is somehow set to "high" when you plug it in, the result is remarkably like a crime scene. Don't ask.
I've never seen a crime involving cake....unless you substitute salt for sugar.
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If you are making a red velvet cake, and the mixer is somehow set to "high" when you plug it in, the result is remarkably like a crime scene. Don't ask.
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahA!!!

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I've never seen a crime involving cake....unless you substitute salt for sugar.
My son once thought 1/2 tsp salt meant 1/2 cup salt in a cookie recipe....
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Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahA!!!



My son once thought 1/2 tsp salt meant 1/2 cup salt in a cookie recipe....
MmmmmmmmmYUUMMMMMMY!
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MmmmmmmmmYUUMMMMMMY!
Not so much!
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It seems that my teenager doesnt like me much
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