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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Celemo, Feb 11, 2016.
Burn him and his house to the ground
Wait Texas pride is breeding. How fucking old are we?
Celemo stay away from the middle school kid’s ass
-Car ride home after picking up the kids...
-Kendall: All of Meatball’s friends have a crush on me
-fast forward a couple hours later when Meatball’s bf’s little brother came to our door
You wouldn’t think hair like that would have the boys beating down her door but here we are.
Are you fucking dickhole dickfaces ready for the sweetest message you’ve ever seen? This is an unprompted piece of art made by my seven year old. I’m not kidding:
It’s a law of nature that any of your friends’ older sisters are automatically the hottest-girl-alive when you’re like 10.
Our neighbor's 5 yr daughter old introduced a game of tag where you tag by kissing boys and my 6 yr old kissed a boy and now we're moving to a remote cabin in Wyoming.
Don't think I've read through this thread before even though it's been here for some time. As the proud dad of two daughters that are now adults, believe me fellas, it's the best thing in my life. I love my son and we get along very well, always have, but there's a different relationship you have with your daughters. You're their role model in all their relationships, they need your approval, your advice and your honesty. Above all, they need you to guide them because we know what assholes boys are. If I know ONE thing for certain it's this: communicate with them all the way through...from toddler through teenager and into adulthood. When you're honest and open with them, they will always come to YOU because you've earned their trust. Nothing is ever off limits in our house. Talk to me because you'll get the truth, I won't sugarcoat it, I won't disrespect you even when your decision was wrong and most importantly, I will always help. That understanding has proven very valuable. Have one daughter excelling at Arizona State and our oldest graduating with her Masters and now working full time in athletics at Tennessee. Talk to your girls and keep talking to them...it matters!
What a fucking great post
Hey milquetoast . You should attsch a picture of your daughters to that outstanding post.
Good lord...Exhibit A
You had me at Arizona State University.
...and the doorbell just rang and I found this on our porch
That’s some consistent hair
How old do you have to be to be a stalker?
You : the early years.
Kendall wants me to watch a movie with her from my childhood so she can make fun of it. I’m 46, any suggestions? I’m drawing a blank
Goonies. Gremlins. Breakfast Club.
Gremlins is a solid choice
Howard the Duck
All three were great.
Little Shop of Horrors
I love this movie
So much cocaine made this movie possible
I do too
Yeah but you can’t really make fun of the Goonies or the Breakfast Club aside from the fact that every member of the Breakfast Club would’ve been expelled for what they did to that library during detention
Back to the Future
oh I misunderstood. I thought she wanted to make fun of you and you didn’t wanted to give her that opportunity. If that makes sense. I’d have to think about cheesy 80s movies.
BTTF II really. It would be hilarious for her to see what the future (now past) was supposed to look like.
Short Circuit, Mannequin
It’s been decided
2. Space Camp
I love 1 just watched it for Christmas. Have never seen 2. Haven’t seen 3 in a long time. Wonder how 3 holds up. I am excited for you.
That's BTF2, BTF3 was set in the Wild West of California
Breakfast Club is the perfect choice. That movie changed my life as a kid.
I knew that.
After I told you
I knew it anyway. II and III were filmed together.
Yep and Elisabeth Shue replaced the original Jennifer for 2 and 3 from the first one
And they used a guy in Crispin Glover makeup to play George McFly in the 1955 scenes. Glover sued them, and won.
That is a for me
Though Claudia Wells was the original choice for Jennifer, she had been cast in an ABC television series and was unavailable when shooting started. Melora Hardin was cast as Jennifer, to play opposite Eric Stoltz, but before Hardin could even film a scene, Stoltz was let go. Because Hardin was several inches taller than Michael J. Fox, she was let go as well.