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    I Just Can't 'kkin Win!

    gave the 9year old a crack this morning for being cheeky.
    i know it hurt his arse, coz my hand was sore the whole day and i felt a bit bad about having smacked him so hard.

    ......so tonight i tried to make it up to him by cooking his favourite food for dinner.
    steak,egg and chips with fried onion rings in batter.
    bloody good job, and it tasted great, if i have to say so myself!

    his reaction:

    "so you think you are a fukkin chef, hey?
    ...well this stuff tastes like shit!!!"


    he would have caught another crack but for the fact that i was pissing myself laughing so much


    dunno where the hell he gets it from!







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    does he go to the same school as miggins boy? he likes to speak his mind as well, even funnier in a crowded room though, you will die laughing

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    Quote Originally Posted by r1 pet View Post
    does he go to the same school as miggins boy? he likes to speak his mind as well, even funnier in a crowded room though, you will die laughing
    if i didn't know better, i would swear there is a miggins gene in there somewhere!
    little bugger drives me nuts!

    one of his favourites is dropping an air-onion while i am in the checkout queue at the supermarket, then abandoning ship, leaving the cashier and the people in the queue glaring at me, eyes watering, totally convinced that I was the one that farted!

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    ^ Like father, like son.

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    reading this makes me so bloody happy and praisin da Lord I have 3 daughters

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan View Post
    reading this makes me so bloody happy and praisin da Lord I have 3 daughters
    Oh yeah, that won't last long.

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    ^ why do you say that willy?
    Each of my 4 brothers have daughters, now in their 20's and 30's, the whole lot have turned out fine, all tertiary qualified and none have caused their parents any significant worry.
    Its in the breeding and upbringing Willy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsicar View Post
    his reaction:

    "so you think you are a fukkin chef, hey?
    ...well this stuff tastes like shit!!!"


    he would have caught another crack but for the fact that i was pissing myself laughing so much


    dunno where the hell he gets it from!
    If true, thats pretty sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsicar
    gave the 9year old a crack this morning for being cheeky. i know it hurt his arse, coz my hand was sore
    Shouldn't worry to much tsicar. I'm betting the crack was there before you smacked him.

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    should've kicked 7 bells of shit out of him and left him lying in the corner with blood comin out of his nose.
    and then asked him what he wanted for his dinner tomorrow .

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    ^ Like father, like son.

    The apple doesn't fall far from tree.

    That's why you don't hear me talking about my kids much.

    Probably should to get it off my chest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsicar View Post
    gave the 9year old a crack this morning for being cheeky.
    i know it hurt his arse, coz my hand was sore the whole day and i felt a bit bad about having smacked him so hard.
    Thats pretty sad to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    ^ Like father, like son.
    Yes....do as I say, not as I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan View Post
    ^ why do you say that willy?
    Each of my 4 brothers have daughters, now in their 20's and 30's, the whole lot have turned out fine, all tertiary qualified and none have caused their parents any significant worry.
    Its in the breeding and upbringing Willy.
    i guess theres a certain truth to that.
    But another part of me wants to say shut it you smug parents, you just got lucky

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    If your kid was sixteen then yeah, I would've laughed with him,

    but not a nine year old.

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    Maybe when your son lays you out when he's 18, he can pick you up off the floor and buy you a nice lunch?
    I'm all for disipline, but your post comes over as a 9 year old getting a beating by a dude who can't control his temper.
    Your son. Your rules and none of my bloody business, but as you posted I feel I had a right to respond.
    Just telling it as I see it mate.
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    We encourage and support our children to be thoughtful, open, questioning, and forthright. But when they are....they're punished for such 'abrasiveness'. Imagine the paradox that they might cling to. "Tis wonder they grow to be really fvcked up adults.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    Maybe when your son lays you out when he's 18, he can pick you up off the floor and buy you a nice lunch?
    I'm all for disipline, but your post comes over as a 9 year old getting a beating by a dude who can't control his temper.
    Your son. Your rules and none of my bloody business, but as you posted I feel I had a right to respond.
    Just telling it as I see it mate.
    my kids get away with murder most of the time.
    they have had a rough ride in life and we are all in it together for the duration.
    i would do anything for my kids, and they for me,too.
    i made and continue to make huge sacrifices for them, and they are great kids.
    i have NEVER lost my temper with any one of my kids, and i make a point of never reacting out of anger, but there are times (third verbal warning with no improvement) when the only way to deal with a situation is a good crack on the arse (not a beating, just a reminder about who is the boss in the house).
    my boys know and understand the limits and the penalties for overstepping the mark.
    i stand up for them and they for me, and there are no hard feelings from either side after punishment has been meted out.
    it is over and we start afresh.



    ..............'cept when the little devil says my food tastes like shite!






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    Cheers for the reply tsicar,
    As I said before. "Your rules and none of my bloody business".
    Again. Thanks for making your postion crytal clear.

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    so you are teaching your kids that kind of bad language and you are not even outraged ?

    do I detect a pattern in terms of your morality tsi ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    Cheers for the reply tsicar,
    As I said before. "Your rules and none of my bloody business".
    Again. Thanks for making your postion crytal clear.
    Yes...it is none of our bladdy business. If so, why the need to post a thread of one's familial situations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    so you are teaching your kids that kind of bad language and you are not even outraged ?

    do I detect a pattern in terms of your morality tsi ?
    bad language has nothing to do with morals or moral fibre.

    i DO admit that it can be a problem at times, and i did not go out of my way to teach them bad language.
    it actually started when we lived in isaan, and they would call someone a fukkn thai kunt, and dad thunk it was funny, coz the victim would smile as if he had just been paid a compliment.,
    also, nobody in earshot understood what they were saying, so i had quite a chuckle about it all and there was no harm done.
    i had to put my foot down when we got back to civilization, though.

    my boys swear like troopers, same as many of us do on the forum, but they know that there is a time and a place for everything, so bad language is limited to certain situations, or it results in a crack from dad.

    the kids go everywhere with me and often end up with me in bikers' clubhouses/pubs (even a td bash in korat once!), so they hear /are aware of the shit that goes down.

    both boys are scrupulously honest, dilligent, helpfull, stick up for each other and for me, have guts, (even respectfull, sometimes!) and will not lie about anything even if it means they will be in for punishment if they tell the truth, be it at home or at school.

    if you piss one of them off, they will tell you that you are a kunt (happened in the pub the other day), and if they decide that you are a kunt, and you ARE a kunt, then i will respect their decision and stick up for them.

    i don't think there is anything wrong with any of the above in terms of morality
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Surin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    Cheers for the reply tsicar,
    As I said before. "Your rules and none of my bloody business".
    Again. Thanks for making your postion crytal clear.
    Yes...it is none of our bladdy business. If so, why the need to post a thread of one's familial situations?
    you are quite correct, rs..

    i posted the thread 'coz the incident gave me a good laugh, and i wanted to share it.
    anybody who posts can/should know that there can/will be replies to that thread.

    i don't care if anybody makes it their "bladdy business" or not!

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    I have always tried my hardest not to swear around my 4 year old son, my heart would sink if I heard him swear.

    I know there will be a time sooner or later he will pick up on the vulger words in life and I just hope that it is later rather than sooner.

    It is so hard to control myself from swearing while watching football but so far so good. I have got him a season ticket for Cardiff City for this coming season, I think I will have to buy him a set of ear plugs to go with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red dragon
    I have got him a season ticket for Cardiff City for this coming season,
    You cruel bastard.

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