You don't have anything to eat in there, but by God, you're laundry is gonna be clean (are there TWO industrial size bottles of Tide up there?)
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C'mon guys -- this stuff keeps falling in my lap (I know I'm setting myself up to be quoted ooc) like........Oh, Tracy, you're going to fit in just fine at JD.
Who cares it's still fleshy good and as long as they have a huge 3 inch diameter so what? who cares.
She is MILF hot, but not natural hot. I think she had her boobs done, tummy tuck, etc.She's admitted to having work done -- but give the lady a break -- delivered and then nursed like, what, 4 or 5 boys boom, boom, boom, right in a row? You go girl -- you get lifted and tucked whatever you need to.......
Making fun of Matt and Brent, back to back?
Oh, Tracy, you're going to fit in just fine at JD.
but I'm more of a kid now than I was before having kids. Well, except for going to sleep at 9 and strictly enforcing the "I don't care if it was less than five seconds, no eating off the floor" rule.
(but I'll try to show a little more mercy in the futures, but not in the movie theaters!)Thanks for the mercy -- glad I could sway you a little . Personally, the movie theater is the last place I would drag a baby/small child -- unless, of course it was a matinee of a kid's movie. There is just no way I would bring my little ones to an adult movie -- what are people thinking?
Uh... But hey, I can stretch mine pretty far too. We should have a contest!
(certainly the first time this topic's ever been discussed here, I bet)
I'd say it's a great picture! My daughter is going into preschool in September - I can't believe she's going to be 4 years old, where did the time go?
[ Then they proceed to start crying (baby) and throwing a fit (toddler). She then has to pay for her groceries, hold on to the toddler's hand, try to sooth the baby is some way AND fight off suggestions/comments from strangers about the baby needing a "bottle" or the toddler needing a nap. My wife always wants to rip these people a new one and tell them the baby only nurses, which she will do if she can just get through this line (or she just wants to pull out her boobs and squirt milk in their eyes), but she remains calm...for the children. :-
One thing that really bugs me is when I'm with the kids at the store or other such public place, and the baby is crying because she's tired or whatever, and I'm holding her and soothing her, and some dolt inevitably comes up to me and says, "Awww, the poor baby wants her mommy." I always just politely smile and continue to soothe my daughter, but I'm actually thinking, "You moron! This is my daughter, and just because I'm the dad doesn't mean I have no clue about how to soothe my own baby! In fact, I was doing just fine until you came up and started talking in the baby's ear!"*
I'm 40 and I left a successful business career in 2003 to teach, which is what I do now. I teach 6th grade and am licensed to teach 1-12 (elementary and secondary).