Monday, September 21, 2009

Clowns To The Left Of Me, Jokers To The Right...

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  1. If he can write that he can feel this slap...

    (Wait...did I say that out loud?)

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  2. LOL ... to the photo and to Braja's comment!

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  3. Oo oo, I want to see Hear no evil, See no evil, Speak no evil...

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  4. Maybe that should read "I'm listening just enough to want to ignore you"...?

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  5. have you been peeking into my classroom again?

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  6. OMG He is going to be in sooo much trouble when supreme leader finds that!!!

    However, it's pretty funny....gotta give him that.

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  7. You gotta throw in a few key words like "Wii" or "Nintendo" for them to hear anything.

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  8. Bravo to him for openly admitting he's just plain ignoring you. Many use the excuse they didn't hear you -- can't he get credit for not lying?

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  9. Male, typical male.....ut-oh....said this to wrong person didn't I?

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  10. It's good to train them young. Because ignoring people is a key survival skill.

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  11. He's demonstrating what you said right? You need to work on your handwriting.

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  12. The title made me laugh...the post and picture made me snort.

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  13. Interesting. My children don't even hear me. Congrat's on getting it half right!

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  14. Huh, X doesn't even lower himself to telling me he's ignoring me. And he's 2. He just does it.

    Maybe he's a prodigy.

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  15. Story of my life.

    And if I am able to get a response from my almost 3 year old it is either "NO!" or "NO TALKING MOMMY" or my favorite "SHUT UP"

    Sigh...

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  16. It's like Charlie Brown, all they hear is Waa, Wa Wa Wa Waaa.

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  17. Your pictures always crack me up. Love the Duggars french toast!

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  18. Stuck in the middle with you, eh?

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  19. Ha! I'm sorry, I shouldn't laugh. But you can't help loving a smartass.

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  20. ha....I needed a good laugh this morning...thanx man.

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  21. alright, I'll say it - he's practicing for his years of manhood ahead...oh!

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  22. I must remember these pictures the next time I have to paint some rooms in my house.

    That would be what we call "selective listening."

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  23. Dude, don't even get me started - atleast my kids have an excuse - what's yours?

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  24. This is so precious. I imagine this will be enlarged and framed above the mantel?
    Children are so darling.

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  25. This is the story of all men - from children to adults!!! OK, not all of them... :)

    Cute post! This is my first visit. GReat site!

    Cheers
    Holli in Ghana

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  26. Mine would say "I hear you but I'm going to ignore you until you go down the shops and buy me something nice".

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  27. I think it's all been said. . . Just wanted to let you know I was here. . .

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  28. What happened? I wasn't paying attention! hehe!

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  29. "Listening" seems like a big big word for such a small boy. I think he had help with that... :-)

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  30. As always, 'Stuck in the Middle with You.'

    Perfect.

    Ellie

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  31. I now have that song stuck in my head, thanks for that. No, really, thanks ;)

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  32. PS- Do you remember the scene from Reservoir Dogs with this song in it? Yeah a bit disturbing, but do you expect anything else from me?

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  33. ah childhood, doesn't every adult on the planet wish he could express himself like that?
    Wait til he gets into elementary
    school and REALLY gets some attitude. Of course, you, were the
    perfect child!

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  34. So, who is the clown and who is the joker?

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  35. or "i've heard enough to know I don't need to hear anymore"

    heh heh...it is sooo good that I am not a parent...

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  36. My kids don't even hear, much less listen. At least you've got one piece of the puzzle.

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  37. This is so going to be an advert for something someday - excellent pic

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