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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Quack, Feb 10, 2012.
I see a grandchild with a dog collar in his future.
This was posted on TOS and got locked down with a quickness.. some folks just have no sense of humor.. http://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=352228 ound:
Had the kids watch this this morning... just to help them in deciding if they want to badmouth us on facebook.
Awesome,.......anyone have that guy's address?
I'd like to send him $10 for a beer on me!
I hope he doesn't get a visit from CPS or whatever they call it where he lives, personally it was a little overboard.
Oh and I raised a couple already (they are grown and have kids of their own) and there are other ways to deal with
situations like that.
OMG, where's his eyes and ears?!!!!????
Hum.....should I show Anna that, now? Or is 6 just a tad too young.
Oh, wait, I remember, I'm still the cat's meow for her, now. I guess I'll wait another couple of years. :lol:
I would have thought .45 ACP rounds would have done more damage. Sure blows big exit holes out of the plywood I put my targets on... kinda wish he'd have flipped it over.
10mm would have opened up a Worm-Hole in the Time Space Continuum and turned that into a Radio Shack TRS80.
Have 2 teenage daughters and just had the youngest watch this since she is home sick today. Think she got the point!!
Funny sheet indeed!!!
Friggin great!!! More parents should do this. LOL
Just read on yahoo this has taken off with 800,000 visits with most posting they like the dad's way of dealing with it.
Hmm, doesn't look much like an IT guy to me, hehe. Great video though, kids these days are CRAZY! I just hope I wasn't like that to my parents.
Funny concept. Hard to get over his stu-stu-stu-stuttering though.
Good job tex.
That was frickin great and YES, more parents should be like that. What happened to the days when kids got off there ass and went outside to play or tear there bikes down paint them and rebuild them (like I did), nope just sit in the house and veg out.
or just sit on the computer and surf gun forums... :tongue:
Honestly it seems the whole family is screwed up.
Not that everyone has perfect lives, but the kid's behavior is more understandable after seeing how the father reacts to a classic example of teenage rebellion. Take out the computer/facebook stuff, and it could have been written by a spoiled rich teenager 100 years ago.