Happy Birthday, Ken

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Re: Happy Birthday, Ken

Postby Jeepster » Fri, Dec 26 2008, 11:08 AM

brownssl wrote:ARE YOU SURE THAT STORY IS NOT ABOUT YOU TOM :lol:


Positive ... I didn't go to a catholic school ... although, as you can imagine, I did spend more than my fair share of time in the principle's office.

Off topic but ... I'll bet your house was in an uproar yesterday morning. Did the twins get what they were wishing for?

Cheers,
Tom

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Re: Happy Birthday, Ken

Postby brownssl » Fri, Dec 26 2008, 12:09 PM

THE KIDS HAD A GREAT TIME IT WAS ALOT OF FUN MY BOY GOT A AIRHOGI HAVE ALOT OF FUN WITH IT OH I MEAN MY BOY HAS ALOT OF FUN WITH IT AND HALEY GOT ALOT OF DOLLS IT IS GREAT
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Re: Happy Birthday, Ken

Postby Jynx » Fri, Dec 26 2008, 02:22 PM

quote user="Jeepster" post="12423"]
brownssl wrote:as you can imagine, I did spend more than my fair share of time in the principle's office.
Tom

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Re: Happy Birthday, Ken

Postby DB Cooper » Fri, Dec 26 2008, 08:21 PM

First off, Happy Birthday Ken .... we have never met, but regardless :birthday:

Second, this internet is not so good. My world view is crashing down. Now I find out my uncle got in trouble at a Catholic school. I knew my grandfather was kicked out of one, but not my uncle. Then I find out my father was always getting into trouble? I was always told I was the only bad apple in the family always having parent teacher conferences, one-on-one time with the principles, etc.

I guess I should stop trying so hard and just let my genes take over.

Lastly, Jeepster is truly my OLD man. I'm not sure how high his hill is, but for most they would be happily going down the other side at his age.
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