Children Should Be Seen And Not Heard


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So they do not tell you such things as "your new glasses make you look awful" and nobly inform you that your butt is very "smackable."

Add ten years to this child and I cannot wait to see the vengeance Of God inflicted on his mother for her rather sassy days of youth. When God said "vengeance is mine" He forgot to mention the minute detail that this paticular brand of vengeance would last for years and years in the form of small gingerbread colored children with very large mouths.



Revenge is sweet.


2 Responses to “Children Should Be Seen And Not Heard”

  1. Blogger Jilly 

    The title is just, quite frankly, beauty personified.

  2. Blogger steelcowboy 

    Yeah.. or if you're a guy like me who is becoming, shall we say, less work for his barber; and have his neice look at him while she and her sister are dicussing their bangs and say ever so sweetly "But Uncle.. YOU don't HAVE any bangs" and then giggle....
    Kids

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