Tag Archives: parents

spelling trouble

Kids learning the alphabet can spell trouble for their parents.

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corners

When I was a kid, my parents used to cut corners. But never the one they made me stand in.

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ear assault

Assault to his ears is what earns the kid’s condemn. Namely, parents telling him that he’d better wash behind them.

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working parent

To a working parent, bottoms are the lines that show take-home pay and the cheeks that need diapered.

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flesh and blood

Sometimes your own flesh and blood can get under your skin or get your blood up.

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wasted breath

A father’s biggest waste of breath, besides blowing up balloons, is giving his kids advice.

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backseat kids

Parents who drive now just tell the kids in the backseat, “Your GPS’ll tell you when we’re there.”

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father’s feet

Overheard: “He has his father’s feet…in his mouth.”

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freeze question

One question from your boss that freezes you is, “Would you be able to move back home with your parents?”

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nuisance

Some believe my parents made a nuisance of themselves – me!

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