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MIA?

Post by :FI:Heloego » Wed Jul 09, 2008 6:33 pm

Dear Unka Fenster:

Are you still our favorite Uncle, and we your favorite family? :)

Or has the skin condition gone too far? ;)
Maybe you missed it, but there's a whole new "Now", now. :?

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Re: MIA?

Post by :FI:Fenian » Sat Aug 16, 2008 5:49 pm

I think the skin condition might have gone too far this time, Dan.

Two small kids, a wife and a Russian in the garage keeps me stressed out. Now if only I had more money....

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Re: MIA?

Post by :FI:WillieOFS » Sat Aug 16, 2008 10:06 pm

:FI:Fenian wrote:I think the skin condition might have gone too far this time, Dan.

Two small kids, a wife and a Russian in the garage keeps me stressed out. Now if only I had more money....

:roll:

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I know the feeling. (except for the Rooskie in the garage) We've inherited my wife's eldest. He's 20, no high school diploma nor GED. NO desire for any more education and NO desire to find gainful employment. He thinks working 15 hours a week at Blockbuster Video is sufficient for his needs. I told him a few days back, I hoped he could support himself on that kind of job because he is fixing to be homeless. :evil:

Bub, on the other hand, is doing his best to find a job and no one wants to hire a 14 year old... He's a worker and good with his money.

His large brother is currently a waste of skin and beginning to get tired of my foot in his ass. The oldest is 6'2" and about 300lbs. I'm 5'7" and 180. He's totally scared of this old man and has every right to be. I told him if he could whip my ass, he was welcome to stay and freeload, he won't try me. :badgrin:

It has been an interesting 8 eight months and not the least bit pleasant. :doubt:
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Re: MIA?

Post by :FI:Falcon » Sun Aug 17, 2008 5:43 pm

Willi,

I feel for you bud.

When it's time for the ultimate smack down try not to scar him too much.

A lot of times they grow up in a year or ten to become fine folk,

but gawd, waitin' for that to happen is painful!

Hang in there,


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Re: MIA?

Post by :FI:Heloego » Fri Aug 29, 2008 6:06 am

At 300 lbs at least you'll have a good supply of lamp oil when the power goes out. ;)
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