Camp - Part 2
Always love the ticket-free part.
ltyd0619, 15.VI.2012 13:53
And kids ticket are pretty low too, although they were some time just as clueless as the canine. And now for something totally off track, my mother was a pack rat, she save everything, including the winter get up I use to wear when I was five. One word, " yipe " did I really wear that? It looks like something you would wear for "Halloween" not for everyday. Thanks for reading this.
mymom2000, 15.VI.2012 20:13
Let me elaborate, I am not saying your child looks like a dog, I am simply saying that children ( five years and under ) don't pay attention to Boring daddy and mommy subjects like that. I mean honestly, can you think of a five year-old who understand politics? I don't think so, I am not trying to be rude just stating a fact.
mymom2000, 18.VI.2012 18:31
(Edited: 19.VI.2012 07:03)
Počkat....On bude na táboře v téhle podobě? Tak to ho lituju, chudáka. My měli na táboře taky psa a no jak jen to popsat, většina dětí má rádo psy, děti na táboře nebyli vyjímkou a všechny si s ním chtěli hrát, ten chudák pes neměl chvíli klidu. Vždy, když ho viděli se na něj vrhli jako banda nájezdníků na nic netušíci karavanu, nutno dodat, že při tom vydávali zvuky velmi podobné bandě nájezdníků utočících na nic netušící karavanu.
Nibelus, 19.VI.2012 08:48
mymom2000: No worries. Sometimes I just can't think of anything to say in response, so I keep silent.
I know what you mean with the kids, though. I don't have kids of my own, but I had the "honour" of travelling near a few.
And Hallowe'en is close to winter anyway, isn't it :)
Nibelus: jj, přišlo mi, že pro takovou situaci se snadněji vymýšlí stripy.
QtW, 19.VI.2012 16:49
Actually, Halloween is in the season of fall, on the last day of October ( the month that is ) and is considered a holiday of Joy and Dread. Joy for the children as they get to dress up in a costume and go from door to door saying " Trick or Treat " and receiving a Treat. Dread for the parents as they worry someone might grab their child or the stomach ache the child will get from eating all those Treats. Like I said Joy and Dread.
mymom2000, 19.VI.2012 23:46
Oh, one more thing I should warn you about, the night before Halloween is called "Mischief Night" the name pretty much says it all. On that night kids ( and some teenagers ) are allowed to do harmless pranks, these pranks include writing on your Windows using bars of soap, running toilett paper all over your yard and hanging old lace tennis shoes from telephone wires. But be careful, teenagers can go a little too far ( I'll let your imagination tell you what that means ). Anyway, be careful.
mymom2000, 20.VI.2012 00:52
I also understand not being able to think of anything to say, the truth is, this is the first time I ever did this. I'am like a bottle of soda that been shaken real hard, when you open it the contents come flying out, the only difference between me and a bottle of soda is that you don't have to clean up the mess. So don't worry if you can't think of anything to say, like the saying go " been there, done that ".
mymom2000, 21.VI.2012 19:45
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