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that is hilarious!!!
"Manners are good when one may have to back up his actions with his life" Robert Heinlein"
"I have two fingers ... four fingers ... you have four eyes ... I'm not tired ... I feel funny ... Why is this happening to me?"
He's going to freak, in a few years, when hormones do a number on him. I feel for the kid.
Saw it the last night on TV. I am going to be like this forever?
I saw that this morning and almost spit coffee on the puter screen.
HAHAHA.... that is funny. And if he goes to a state university (or any other party school) he'll have that feeling all over again. ;)
He's plastered... Some day he will find out he can get that way without going to the dentist.
For as the lightning comes from the east and flashes to the west, so also will the coming of the son of man be. Mathew 24:27
Why did they feel the need to dope him up?
That's no way to make a man out of him.
Give him a piece of leather to bite on and stitch him up.
Not that funny. As a dad I feel sorry for him. I kept waiting for him to hurl.
My name is Frogman46 and I'm tougher than you.
I told my son: Be a man, Son, and don't cry. He didn't get doped, he didn't get any gas. He simply got a shot to numb the gum.
My son never let out a peep. But the poor man in the next room was moaning and groaning like he was dying.
As we were walking out of the dentist office, the doc said "Hey Grant, thanks for being brave." The doc reached into his pocket and flipped a quarter threw the air. Grant caught it with one hand, gave the doc a salute, and walked out the door.
I thought to myself: "That's MY BOY!"
Some of my friends sound just like that kid, quite often!
I particularly liked the Incredible Hulk routine--brought back memories....
don't know about the kid but... I am a genuine white knuckler in the dentist chair, N gas is real good to take the edge off...
"The sword dose not cause the murder, and the maker of the sword dose not bear sin" Rabbi Solomon ben Isaac 11th century