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Little Red Barn
05-11-2008, 05:30 AM
Seventeen year old daugh went to junior prom tonight. 2 1/2 hrs to go before her curfew.

I received a llong list of do's and don'ts from daugh before boy came for her. What to say--not to say...Allowed me to take no more than 10 pics--heehee, I took 13. :D

First time we've allowed her in car with a boy. *wrings hands*

1st strike: I peeked: he didn't open the car door for her.

2nd strike: His shiny tuxedo shoe laces were UNDONE. It was all I could do to stop from 'mommying him'. I came this -- close. This--close.

3rd strike: He didn't take hubby seriously when he said, "uhmm..I forgot my fingerprint kit. But I do have these." Hubby whipped out his police handcuffs...

2 1/2 hours before he brings her home...

Did I tell you first time we've let her in a car with a boy...

2 1/2 hours...

Williebee
05-11-2008, 05:53 AM
Breathe, Kimmi. Breathe.

Take a few minutes and go through the list of things your daughter has learned from you, and how she responded to corrections.

Then breathe some more. You'll be ok.

Little Red Barn
05-11-2008, 06:03 AM
Breathing better now: 1 hour 58 minutes until midnight... :D

My prom:

I didn't have money or means for a dress--so I didn't go.

I worked a 10 hour shift at a local sit-down restaurant with a ghost shift.

The prom couples poured in after midnight. I was exhausred--waited on this beautiful couple and just as I was setting their water glasses in front of them: one slipped out of my hand--got the boy all wet. I could have died.

Then ran over to the counter to give a lady a take-out of coffee. She was dressed in a long gown. She handed me a hundred dollar bill, then waved her hand and walked away...

Susie
05-11-2008, 06:58 AM
kimmi, you're too young to have a daughter at prom! Way2go, girl! Bet she'll come home on time. Keepin' fingers crossed. :)

Little Red Barn
05-11-2008, 07:28 AM
kimmi, you're too young to have a daughter at prom! Way2go, girl! Bet she'll come home on time. Keepin' fingers crossed. :)
:D woman's body--child's heart.

34 minutes....

KTC
05-11-2008, 07:49 AM
Kimmi, Kimmi. The shoelaces... no worries. They don't make the man. The handcuffs and the finger print kit... tsk, tsk... Obviously your hubby doesn't remember his own days as a nervous your man doing the last mile to the girlfriend's doorstep on prom night. And, let's see... the curfew... it might happen. Good luck. My daughter broke hers on prom night... we solved that one easily enough. We wanted her home at 1, so we said 12. She got home almost exactly at 1. It's prom. They had the limo... the pretty night... the scent of impending summer through the open sunroof. What's a Dad to do... there was magic to be had. An hour late was on time that night.

Appalachian Writer
05-11-2008, 07:50 AM
I've been where you are. It's gonna happen. They're gonna go off and date and marry and all the things you did. That's why we spend so much time trying to teach right from wrong. Either they get it or they don't. You've done your job. Have faith! But, fingernail biting is allowed. :D

Williebee
05-11-2008, 07:53 AM
I kept threatening darling child that I was going to keep a bucket of gun parts behind the front door. I'd just take them out and start cleaning them when the guy was due to pick her up. :)

Oh, and if she shows up late? PLEASE listen to the why before you decide what to do.

KTC
05-11-2008, 07:55 AM
I kept threatening darling child that I was going to keep a bucket of gun parts behind the front door. I'd just take them out and start cleaning them when the guy was due to pick her up. :)


you guys are terrible. tsk tsk.


My daughter's boyfriend is handy with cars. and wood. and other household thingymabobs. He can stay.

SPMiller
05-11-2008, 07:58 AM
No offense, but is this for real?

I guess my hometown must have been more liberal than I thought.

Danger Jane
05-11-2008, 07:58 AM
Are my parents bad because they've never threatened me or my date?? And because my curfew is self-imposed?

Williebee
05-11-2008, 08:02 AM
hmm. OK, I thought it was apparent, but...

I was just kidding about the gun parts thing. (Notice it was parts, not guns.)

Hey Danger Jane! I've missed you. But folks, I ask you, with a name like "Danger Jane", do you think her dates needed anymore warning? huh?? :)

Devil Ledbetter
05-11-2008, 08:06 AM
That's it. My son will not be allowed to date, what with all these overprotective fathers threatening mayhem against teen boys.;)

Maybe I'll only allow him to date girls being raised by single moms.

Little Red Barn
05-11-2008, 08:07 AM
Kimmi, Kimmi. The shoelaces... no worries. They don't make the man. Wondering if this was a new fad. The handcuffs and the finger print kit... tsk, tsk... the cop in hubby, what can I say--daugh doesn't stand a chance :DObviously your hubby doesn't remember his own days as a nervous your man doing the last mile to the girlfriend's doorstep on prom night. And, let's see... the curfew... it might happen. already late 12:06 that's 6 min late :(! Good luck. My daughter broke hers on prom night... we solved that one easily enough. We wanted her home at 1, so we said 12. She got home almost exactly at 1. It's prom. They had the limo... the pretty night... the scent of impending summer through the open sunroof. What's a Dad to do... there was magic to be had. An hour late was on time that night.

make that 12:07.

Little Red Barn
05-11-2008, 08:11 AM
ETA: I'm just really afraid of boy driving--crashing. Very.

Not worried about drinking--driving, I know my daugh tooo well; worried about inexperienced driver.

Danger Jane
05-11-2008, 08:14 AM
hmm. OK, I thought it was apparent, but...

I was just kidding about the gun parts thing. (Notice it was parts, not guns.)

Hey Danger Jane! I've missed you. But folks, I ask you, with a name like "Danger Jane", do you think her dates needed anymore warning? huh?? :)

Oh Williebee, what a card :tongue

Part of it's probably that I'm the one who drives...lol.

Appalachian Writer
05-11-2008, 08:19 AM
kimmi, your husband's handcuffs aren't threatening. When I was about 16, a local boy asked me out on my first date. I was a twitter. My father, on the other hand, seemed extraordinarily calm. When the boy arrived to pick me up, I could hear my father chit-chatting with him while I took that last look in the mirror. I remember thinking that Dad seemed very pleasant. When I rounded the corner into the living room, the first person I saw was my date. He was sweating profusely and his eyes were wide with terror. I turned to see why. My father had been carrying on a pleasant conversation, but the whole time he'd been talking, he'd been sharpening his hunting knife.

Little Red Barn
05-11-2008, 08:25 AM
kimmi, your husband's handcuffs aren't threatening. When I was about 16, a local boy asked me out on my first date. I was a twitter. My father, on the other hand, seemed extraordinarily calm. When the boy arrived to pick me up, I could hear my father chit-chatting with him while I took that last look in the mirror. I remember thinking that Dad seemed very pleasant. When I rounded the corner into the living room, the first person I saw was my date. He was sweating profusely and his eyes were wide with terror. I turned to see why. My father had been carrying on a pleasant conversation, but the whole time he'd been talking, he'd been sharpening his hunting knife.
Lol! She just called. 24 min late , on her way, but I don't care, at least she is coming home safe.

Thanks all for being with me. It helped a lot :)
hugs

TsukiRyoko
05-11-2008, 08:55 AM
If your kid is anything like me, she will somehow make it home on time *and* not get caught by any authority figures - but then again, I know of no one else who's as crafty as me. ;)

On a more serious note, I'm sure she'll be fine. As far as the door and shoelaces go, that doesn't mean much. If you saw the bunch I roll with, you'd probably shoot them just out of morality :D (even though they really are a good bunch of kids. They're probably the most talented, intelligent, creative, and nicest people you'll ever meet, and that's the truth). I didn't go to prom, but I did take pictures for my friends who were going. A spraypainted van pulled up my house with Operation Ivy blaring on the stereo, and out poured 16 people who had crowded into it. The guys were wearing their usual stuff- studded jackets, patches, chains, and- because it was a formal occasion- the wore a slightly nicer pair of Chuck Taylor shoes than usual (the ones without the vomit stains) and they had even taken the time to spike up their mohawks. The girls were dressed about the same, except some of them were wearing dresses and two of the girls even decided that a pair of high heels wouldn't be so bad, as opposed to their usual steel-toed combat boots (none of them took off the shredded fishnets or left their pocket knives at home, though).

I had a feeling my friends wouldn't make it long at the prom. I was right. About 30 minutes later I got a call:
"Andrea! Andrea, man, this f*cking sucks. All they're playing is rap crap and U2. I heard there's one hell of a show in Big Blue's garage and they already threw someone through the ceiling tiles. We're coming to pick you up right...*loud music and screeching tires can be heard getting close to my house*... now *screech!*. We're out front, get your shit and let's go!" (All of my friends had ditched the prom early and didn't tell us about the show until late, those bastards!)

samgail
05-11-2008, 09:28 AM
Good job Mom, you did great!

CDarklock
05-11-2008, 09:45 AM
My graduating class was two people. Both male. A senior prom was simply not going to happen.

Usually, the school informed us, they combine the junior and senior classes for prom. But the junior class this year was three people. Two male, one female.

The female was a "gifted" eleven year old.

So we just plain didn't have a prom, which pretty much all of us thought was fine, really.

Ken
05-11-2008, 12:02 PM
I'm sure she's got good values from you.
So no need to worry.

astonwest
05-11-2008, 02:36 PM
3rd strike: He didn't take hubby seriously when he said, "uhmm..I forgot my fingerprint kit. But I do have these." Hubby whipped out his police handcuffs...As long as he didn't say "Hey, I've got a set just like that in my glovebox." :)

My junior prom was such a terrible experience I made sure to have a job the next year so I wouldn't have to bother going my senior year.

Serenity
05-11-2008, 05:54 PM
Man. You guys are much more strict than my parents! One of my dates for a High School dance (not prom-didn't go) asked my dad when he should have me home. My dad's response? "Oh, by college would be fine."

I was in eleventh grade at the time.

:D

Bravo
05-11-2008, 06:10 PM
i thought this thread said porn night.

guess it's all one and the same anyways.

Bravo
05-11-2008, 07:35 PM
:ROFL::ROFL::ROFL::ROFL:

thanks silver fish.

:ROFL:!

Silver King
05-11-2008, 07:35 PM
i thought this thread said porn night...
We must think alike, 'cause that's how the title reads to me also.

Soccer Mom
05-11-2008, 07:37 PM
Shame on you! I saw the title and that it was by Kimmi and thought WTF????


Bad fishie! :ROFL:

Bravo
05-11-2008, 07:39 PM
how was your porn night soccer mom? any particular memories you'd like to share?

paprikapink
05-11-2008, 07:45 PM
Objectively, the title is funny. If it were a thread about my daughter, I think I'd vomit violently.

Soccer Mom
05-11-2008, 07:45 PM
Let's see...My date stood me up. Yes, he did. A friend heard about it and she and her BF swung by and insisted I go with them. It was lame. The food was bad. The music was bad. We all left and went over to another friend's house and got drunk and watched movies and ordered pizza.

We crashed there and in the morning I went home. :D

What? Mommy had her wild days. Oh yeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaah.

rhymegirl
05-11-2008, 08:00 PM
I guess I was lucky that when my daughter went to her prom she went with a group of friends. Things have changed now. You can go to a prom by yourself or with a group of people.

I never went to one so I have no idea what they're like.

KTC
05-11-2008, 08:03 PM
Oh man... There's a cop gonna get you for that porn change, man. It's gonna suck to be you.

Brutal Mustang
05-11-2008, 08:16 PM
This thread reminds me of a song by Rodney Atkins that has been playing several times a day on country music radio stations lately. It's become popular ... right around prom time, hasn't it? :roll:

"Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy)"

The Declaration of Independence
Think I could tell you that first sentence
But then Iím lost

I can't begin to count the theories
I've had pounded in my head
That I forgot

I don't remember all that Spanish
Or the Gettysburg address
But there is one speech from high school
I'll never forget

(Chorus)
Come on in boy sit on down
And tell me about yourself
So you like my daughter do you now?
Yeah we think she's something else
She's her daddy's girl
Her momma's world
She deserves respect
Thatís what she'll get
Ainít it son?
Hey y'all run along and have some fun
I'll see you when you get back
Bet Iíll be up all night
Still cleanin' this gun

Well now that Iím a father
Iím scared to death one day my daughter
Is gonna find
That teenage boy I used to be
That seems to have just one thing on his mind

Sheís growin' up so fast
It won't be long before
Iíll have to put the fear of god into
Some kid at the door

(Chorus)
Come on in boy sit on down
And tell me about yourself
So you like my daughter do you now?
Yeah we think she's something else
She's her daddy's girl
Her momma's world
She deserves respect
Thatís what she'll get
Now ain't it son?
Yíall go out and have some fun
I'll see you when you get back
Probably be up all night
Still cleanin' this gun

Now it's all for show
Ainít nobody gonna get hurt
Itís just a daddy thing
And hey, believe me, man it works

(Chorus)
Come on in boy sit on down
And tell me about yourself
So you like my daughter do you now?
Yeah we think she's something else
She's her daddy's girl
Her momma's world
She deserves respect
Thatís what she'll get
Now ain't it son?
Yíall run along and have a little fun
I'll see you when you get back
Probably be up all night
Still cleanin' this gun

Son, now y'all buckle up and have her back by te- let's say about nine...thirty.
Drive safe.

Seaclusion
05-11-2008, 08:59 PM
Reminds me why I don't listen to country stations

Richard

Little Red Barn
05-11-2008, 09:08 PM
Uhh, oh,,, who changed my thread title--I know I didn't write porn---I hope ????

Seaclusion
05-11-2008, 09:11 PM
I think you did. It was the reason I viewed and probably everyone else. Do you really think you can get this kind of response with a Prom night post.

Richard

Little Red Barn
05-11-2008, 09:13 PM
I think you did. It was the reason I viewed and probably everyone else. Do you really think you can get this kind of response with a Prom night post.

Richard
Ohh my word.. I apologize guys.

Not funny--not funny whatsoever.

Devil Ledbetter
05-11-2008, 09:18 PM
i thought this thread said porn night.

guess it's all one and the same anyways.It does. It's like the mother of all Freudian slips.

ETA: It wasn't a Freudian slip after all. Kimmi, I'm sorry your concern over your daughter was disrespected.

KTC
05-11-2008, 09:20 PM
Ohh my word.. I apologize guys.

Not funny--not funny whatsoever.


It said PROM last night. Some people are just so base. Sadly, some of those people are Mods. Sigh.

Little Red Barn
05-11-2008, 09:21 PM
It said PROM last night. Some people are just so base. Sadly, some of those people are Mods. Sigh.
Didn't it Kev? I know I wrote PROM.

ETA: Please mods would you please change title, lock or delete at your discretion. Please.

Devil Ledbetter
05-11-2008, 09:23 PM
It said PROM last night. Some people are just so base. Sadly, some of those people are Mods. Sigh.
These are the people who lecture us about "appropriateness"?:rolleyes:

So Kevin, that they've not made you a mod is actually some kind of compliment.

KTC
05-11-2008, 09:25 PM
These are the people who lecture us about "appropriateness"?:rolleyes:

So Kevin, that they've not made you a mod is actually some kind of compliment.


hehe. Yes... that's a good way of looking at it. Here I was thinking they were afraid to give the lunatic the keys to the asylum.

Little Red Barn
05-11-2008, 09:34 PM
It does. It's like the mother of all Freudian slips.

ETA: It wasn't a Freudian slip after all. Kimmi, I'm sorry your concern over your daughter was disrespected.
Last night I worried myself sick waiting for my daugh--I just reached out for support.

I wish I hadn't.

Please someone, change my thread title back.

Devil Ledbetter
05-11-2008, 09:44 PM
Last night I worried myself sick waiting for my daugh--I just reached out for support.

I wish I hadn't.

Please someone, change my thread title back.That was a real nice Mother's Day surprise.

I'm glad your daughter got home okay. :Hug2:

dpaterso
05-11-2008, 09:46 PM
Thread renamed! kimmi, sent you a PM. Folks, it looks like this is a minor joke gone wrong, and it was most definitely not directed at kimmi. There's no need to throw dynamite on the fire. (Note that kimmi's daughter was confirmed home and safe last night, LONG before the joke rename happened today.)

-Derek

Little Red Barn
05-11-2008, 10:06 PM
Everythings cool--daugh is safe. Thanks guys and yes I realize it was a joke now--And after thought--it was funny. Just scared me at first :D

Happy Mother's Day!!!



ps. I having seafood today. ;)

Silver King
05-11-2008, 10:56 PM
What was all the fuss about? Just 'cause Bravo has an unusually strong influence upon my behavior here doesn't mean I'd actually change the thread title to reflect what he misread earlier. Or would I?

Let us not forget, however, where the blame always lies: It's all Dawno's fault!

ETA: Whenever Kim refers to her girl as "daugh," I keep hearing it as "doff." That's Dawno's fault, too.

rhymegirl
05-11-2008, 11:23 PM
What was all the fuss about? Just 'cause Bravo has an unusually strong influence upon my behavior here doesn't mean I'd actually change the thread title to reflect what he misread earlier. Or would I?


I think you are very easily led astray by various members.

Silver King
05-11-2008, 11:36 PM
I think you are very easily led astray by various members.
You're right about that, as I'm too weak to resist being led down paths that will lead to my eventual self-destruction. But I'm having a lot of fun along the way, so the ride is worth the cost every step of the way.

Chumplet
05-11-2008, 11:39 PM
My daughter went to Senior Prom with eight girls and one boy. They rented a limo, then went to a friend's cottage afterwards. I didn't get the skinny until the Sunday afternoon.

I didn't worry. She's a goody-two-shoes, just like her mother.

Next year will be my son's turn. I seriously doubt if he'll have a date, unless he goes with eight girl buddies.

I went to prom with a senior, but I was a sophomore. I don't remember my senior prom. It must have been really boring.

kristie911
05-12-2008, 12:06 AM
My junior prom was excellent...I had a date but nothing naughty happened and I was home by 6am (there was a post prom lock-in thing at the local community college...lots of fun!).

My senior prom was lame...left early and had lots of sex in the back seat of my dates Dodge Ram Charger. We'd been dating for a year by that point and it certainly wasn't the first time! :) Then we went bowling, skipped the rest of post prom, got drunk and had more sex.

It was a great night. :D Fond memories...

KTC
05-12-2008, 12:19 AM
Thread renamed! kimmi, sent you a PM. Folks, it looks like this is a minor joke gone wrong, and it was most definitely not directed at kimmi. There's no need to throw dynamite on the fire. (Note that kimmi's daughter was confirmed home and safe last night, LONG before the joke rename happened today.)

-Derek


Hey... I for one was only joking around. Having fun with it.

Ol' Fashioned Girl
05-12-2008, 03:31 AM
You're right about that, as I'm too weak to resist being led down paths that will lead to my eventual self-destruction. But I'm having a lot of fun along the way, so the ride is worth the cost every step of the way.

Yeah? Well, you lead folks down the primrose path to destruction real well, too, my friend!

And I'm the perfect example.

Lyxdeslic
05-12-2008, 04:13 AM
Thread renamed! kimmi, sent you a PM. Folks, it looks like this is a minor joke gone wrong, and it was most definitely not directed at kimmi. There's no need to throw dynamite on the fire. (Note that kimmi's daughter was confirmed home and safe last night, LONG before the joke rename happened today.)

-DerekSo what I'm gathering from all this nonsense is, it's okay to be a tasteless joke-maker, not apologize for it--better yet, make another joke about it--then tell everyone else to calm down and stop stirring shit because they called the said joke-maker on said shit...as long as you're a mod.

All right, everybody, back to your regularly scheduled ignorances (ignore-ances).

Lyx--who just can't help himself and wishes he was sorry for it, but he's not.

Silver King
05-12-2008, 04:33 AM
So what I'm gathering from all this nonsense is, it's okay to be a tasteless joke-maker, not apologize for it--better yet, make another joke about it--then tell everyone else to calm down and stop stirring shit because they called the said joke-maker on said shit...as long as you're a mod.

All right, everybody, back to your regularly scheduled ignorances (ignore-ances).

Lyx--who just can't help himself and wishes he was sorry for it, but he's not.
Yup, that's about right. And keep in mind that "tasteless jokes" are in the eye of the beholder. What you find tasteless may appear scrumptious to others, as the line is never truly defined.

And before you bust my balls any further, my playful nature is never meant to harm anyone here, for any reason. That doesn't mean I'm always successful, as this thread will attest; but I'm far removed from dragging members down by my own baseless assumptions regarding their behavior, which is more than I can say for some of us.

William Haskins
05-12-2008, 04:38 AM
i was given to understand that there was a porn thread around here. can someone direct me that way?

astonwest
05-12-2008, 04:40 AM
Porn-related activities go on at prom? Hell, that must have just been the senior version...

Had our school allowed people to go without dates, it would have been more fun.

Devil Ledbetter
05-12-2008, 04:47 AM
You're right about that, as I'm too weak to resist being led down paths that will lead to my eventual self-destruction. But I'm having a lot of fun along the way, so the ride is worth the cost every step of the way.Worth the cost to whom?

Silver King
05-12-2008, 05:05 AM
Worth the cost to whom?
You know, Devil, you and Lyx should consider playing your pseudo tag-team wrestling match with someone else. It's unbecoming of both of you. You're both intelligent and well spoken enough not to rely on each other's views to the point of turning into a two-headed monster every time one of you sniffs an affront on the horizon. And that's not limited to this thread, by any means.

Lyxdeslic
05-12-2008, 05:07 AM
Yup, that's about right.Dude, are you really that arrogant?
And keep in mind that "tasteless jokes" are in the eye of the beholder. What you find tasteless may appear scrumptious to others, as the line is never truly defined.Oh, I see. Hi, my name's Kimmi. I'm feeling really anxious because the most precious, valued person in my life is growing up and out late with a boy. Gee, I sure hope no one twists this into something that will scare the shit out of me further.

Funny thing is, I once made a joke, yes, about you, Dino, and it got my ass banned quicker than a blink.


And before you bust my balls any further, my playful nature is never meant to harm anyone here, for any reason.That's the thing, anyone with half a brain knows it was a joke. A bad one, but a joke nonetheless.
That doesn't mean I'm always successful, as this thread will attest; but I'm far removed from dragging members down by my own baseless assumptions regarding their behavior, which is more than I can say for some of us.Yeah, gonna have to call a big fat bullshit on that one. And I'm not even hesitant to do so.

Look, man, it was a joke--tasteless, funny, what have you. But Kimmi timidly pointed out it bugged her, and is yet to receive an apology. I would be remiss not to point out the hypocrisy of what's happened here. Go ahead, justify it however you wish; it doesn't mean it didn't happen.

There are degrees of right and wrong. And what I've seen here is a definite wrong. An infinitesimal wrong, but that still don't make it right.

Lyx

Silver King
05-12-2008, 05:17 AM
Dude, are you really that arrogant? Oh, I see. Hi, my name's Kimmi. I'm feeling really anxious because the most precious, valued person in my life is growing up and out late with a boy. Gee, I sure hope no one twists this into something that will scare the shit out of me further.

Funny thing is, I once made a joke, yes, about you, Dino, and it got my ass banned quicker than a blink.

That's the thing, anyone with half a brain knows it was a joke. A bad one, but a joke nonetheless.Yeah, gonna have to call a big fat bullshit on that one. And I'm not even hesitant to do so.

Look, man, it was a joke--tasteless, funny, what have you. But Kimmi timidly pointed out it bugged her, and is yet to receive an apology. I would be remiss not to point out the hypocrisy of what's happened here. Go ahead, justify it however you wish; it doesn't mean it didn't happen.

There are degrees of right and wrong. And what I've seen here is a definite wrong. An infinitesimal wrong, but that still don't make it right.

Lyx
Yup, that's about right.

See, Lyx? You're always right, according to you.

Well done.

Rolling Thunder
05-12-2008, 05:23 AM
Closing this because it's only going to go downhill from here. Get thee to separate corners.

Silver King
05-12-2008, 06:17 AM
I changed Kim's thread title earlier. I feel bad I hurt her feelings.

I'm sorry, Kimmi. I didn't mean any harm. You know I love you.

SK

Seaclusion
05-12-2008, 06:27 AM
Is this thread open again? I'm confused

Ricdhard

mscelina
05-12-2008, 06:29 AM
SK apologized for changing the thread title. Now there is no longer a need for controversy.

It's hugs time. :)

Ol' Fashioned Girl
05-12-2008, 06:29 AM
Time for the Kittehs?

Ol' Fashioned Girl
05-12-2008, 06:30 AM
http://www.roflcat.com/images/cats/270916538_37c1904290.jpg

Seaclusion
05-12-2008, 06:33 AM
A friend of mine works in a vet clinic and she has been trying to get me to adopt a gray kitten thay have. I already have a cat so i can't take it, But the kitties are cute.

Richard

mscelina
05-12-2008, 06:33 AM
oh GAWD--do I have to pull up my photobucket???

oh, all right.

*grumble grumble*

Ol' Fashioned Girl
05-12-2008, 06:34 AM
:hooray:

mscelina
05-12-2008, 06:38 AM
http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i293/isabelle_spurrier/emergemcy.jpg

rhymegirl
05-12-2008, 06:40 AM
Oh no, now there are cats.

How about bunny pics? Much cuter.

mscelina
05-12-2008, 06:41 AM
http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i293/isabelle_spurrier/mad.jpg

Seaclusion
05-12-2008, 06:42 AM
That is one wet cat

Richard

mscelina
05-12-2008, 06:44 AM
Iz mad 2.

:D

benbradley
05-12-2008, 07:12 AM
I changed Kim's thread title earlier. I feel bad I hurt her feelings.

I'm sorry, Kimmi. I didn't mean any harm. You know I love you.

SK
Just what I need to see right now - an example of reconcilliation...

(semi-private joke - few will get it)

mscelina
05-12-2008, 07:14 AM
http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i293/isabelle_spurrier/poof.jpg

dpaterso
05-12-2008, 12:08 PM
So what I'm gathering from all this nonsense is, it's okay to be a tasteless joke-maker, not apologize for it--better yet, make another joke about it--then tell everyone else to calm down and stop stirring shit because they called the said joke-maker on said shit...as long as you're a mod.
FYI, an apology was offered to kimmi immediately.

If you had any problems with what I posted, you should just have dropped me a PM.

-Derek

Little Red Barn
05-12-2008, 05:11 PM
FYI, an apology was offered to kimmi immediately.

If you had any problems with what I posted, you should just have dropped me a PM.

-Derek
Yes, true, d.

Now I'd just soon forget about it all.

And forgive it as well.

My daugh is safe--most important.

Silver King is a good friend and I care for all of you. So please let this silly thread die.

hugs
kimmi