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    I pulled in the driveway this morning to find my two sons and two other boys that my wife babysits all standing on top of our chicken coop having a peeing contest.

    Not an adult style peeing contest mind you. I mean a real live peeing contest to see who can whiz the farthest. I was told later that my oldest out whizzed the rest of the pack. Good job son....err....OK, maybe not.


    Also we seem to have settled on a name.....Patient Acres. Our road sign will have an Icthus symbol in the middle.
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    I like the new name and love the symbol.

    Too bad you didn't get a picture of the kids. When we first moved out here to the 'country', I came home from work, only to see my son and some other kid both taking a dump on the other side of the pond. If I had a camera on me, it would have become part of a slide show on his wedding day. There's something about the country that brings out the best in kids.
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    My D-in-L would freak at even the thought of that, whereas I would congratulate the winner. Boys will (and must) be boys. It used to irritate my sisters to no end that they couldn't write their names in the snow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    I like the new name and love the symbol.

    Too bad you didn't get a picture of the kids. When we first moved out here to the 'country', I came home from work, only to see my son and some other kid both taking a dump on the other side of the pond. If I had a camera on me, it would have become part of a slide show on his wedding day. There's something about the country that brings out the best in kids.
    Gotta be careful with that kind of photo... next thing you know you're getting busted for child porn!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by atctimmy View Post
    Also we seem to have settled on a name.....Patient Acres. Our road sign will have an Icthus symbol in the middle.
    Patient Acres sounds like a good name for a place in the country. My Google Fu is strong Grasshopper.



    Two things I learned long long ago.

    1) Never whiz into the wind. Especially a strong wind.

    2) Never ever whiz on a Hot Fence.
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    I really like the name you chose!

    Gotta love little kids. They're so innocent and have such great senses of humor. Image that, having fun without an ipod or ipad!
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    Hey, we did it as kids..... at least my cousins and I are guilty of it.

    Bravo Zulu!
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    Some real whiz kids there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldshellback View Post
    Hey, we did it as kids..... at least my cousins and I are guilty of it.

    Bravo Zulu!
    Exactly. There used to be a hill that we would ride our minibikes up when I was around 10 years old. Same type of competition on occasion. We learned that by drinking more water you had a better chance of winning, so everyone would drink a lot of water before we went bouncing around the trails on the minibikes. It was a phase that didn't last long, but I remember it did get painful near the end.

    Ah, the stupid things we did as kids (which included BB gun wars, apples with firecrackers in them wars, hiking through poison ivy infested woods in shorts, etc.) But somehow I survived.
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    Atctimmy, just tell the boys not to whizz on electric fences.

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    Like the name Timmy. Yep, boys just being boys. I remember being on a constant hunt as a boy, searching for the highest point I could find - then peeing off it!
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    Lol!! I wanted chickens, but my wife is strongly opposed... Maybe she's worried about something like this occurring on our coop.
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    I've only had 'distance peeing contests' ... I actually don't know what an "adult style peeing contest" is!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CanuckQue View Post
    I've only had 'distance peeing contests' ... I actually don't know what an "adult style peeing contest" is!
    It is slang for a battle of competing egos.
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