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Jazzy5 USA
05/16/17 5:07 am

My husband in a movie theatre opening a candy wrapper sounds like it is a large bag being crinkled!

ladyniner81 extremists are a cancer
05/17/17 1:01 pm

I hate opening things up in a theater. It's like you're breaking the law

voc Hey
05/15/17 8:32 pm

My 15 year old does the take one bite of something and put it back. Although now he does it because he thinks it's funny to get his old man all riled up about wasting food.

4JC Christian Pastors Wife
05/15/17 8:37 pm

Lol. Maybe you ought to make HIM pay for the ones he wastes!

When our oldest was in elementary school, he decided to make one of his nice t shirts into a muscle shirt by taking a pair of scissors to it. He QUICKLY found out that Mom and Dad would not put up with that when we made him do extra chores to pay for a new one! He learned the lesson to appreciate what his parents worked hard to provide for him.

He NEVER did that again, and today, as an adult with kids of his own, enjoys getting a good deal, shopping at yard sales, etc. like we did with him.


mistah Happy Happy Joy Joy
05/15/17 10:12 pm

That's why you coat the item he is most likely to take a bite out of in laxatives

4JC Christian Pastors Wife
05/15/17 10:26 pm

Oooohhhhh......devious! I LOVE it! Lol

4JC Christian Pastors Wife
05/15/17 7:57 pm

💠 Pic Poll:

Fruit with a bite out of every piece: Life with a Toddler, Summed up in one image.

Cookie Monster eating cookies in bed: There's no louder sound than the crunch of something you're not supposed to be eating.


missmorganmarie ...
05/16/17 2:12 am

my cat does that with apples

missmorganmarie ...
05/16/17 3:12 pm

he could be... he's 3!! the even more terrible threes hahahaha...when he doesn't get his way he pitches a fit

4JC Christian Pastors Wife
05/16/17 4:58 pm

Oh, dear! Sounds like a toddler FOR SURE! Wonder if you're gonna have even more probs when he becomes a teen! Lol

missmorganmarie ...
05/16/17 6:32 pm

haha!! oh man I hope not. at least this is good practice for when I do have kids