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What a gem of a thread. I can't believe I just read this starting yesterday. My thoughts:

yk: Thank you for posting everything Peyts mom has to say. I'm glad you have fought the urge to reply so we can keep witnessing this meltdown. I would've had to reply on something about paying $15 more for the dress cuz she's fat.

calscuf: found out you have a wife, didn't see that one coming, she must be one cool chick

I would really like to be a fly on the wall in a face to face meeting of calscuf and Katie

That picture of the cheesy, meat, bread dish looks amazingly delicious.

I too did not expect calscuf to be married
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I cannot stand these. And when I don't 100% of the time, I feel like an asshole.

Also, those posts you're suppose to copy as your status to post that say if you're my friend tell me where we first met.

You being religious, I feel like it would be tough for you to not "like" those. Almost like your fellow religous friends would judge you for not liking it.

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I will say that yk has made me consider randomly adding 40 something single moms for the lulz.

 

 

Be prepared for a LOT of happy hour pics, where you'll scan the women and say: no, no, no, maybe, no.

 

Be prepared for a lot of indirect complaining about the ex; alot of celebrating very mundane acheivements of the kids; a LOT of wussified sons; a lot of motivational pics and sayings; and for sure, an entire greek chorus of supporting enablers for every complaint she has, no matter how batshiat crazy.

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Be prepared for a LOT of happy hour pics, where you'll scan the women and say: no, no, no, maybe, no.

 

Be prepared for a lot of indirect complaining about the ex; alot of celebrating very mundane acheivements of the kids; a LOT of wussified sons; a lot of motivational pics and sayings; and for sure, an entire greek chorus of supporting enablers for every complaint she has, no matter how batshiat crazy.

I really hope you're joking about the 2 things I have bolded. Have you raised a child on your own?

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I think he's alluding to the fact that it's one thing to be proud that your 6 year-old hit the ball off the tee and ran to first instead of third finally but it's another to assume all 800 of your Facebook friends give a shit about it. There were a ton of mundane achievements my children had that I was very proud of but I didn't run up and down the street promoting them.

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When my kid learns to poop on their own I am throwing them a pizza and brownie party, but the brownies will have ex-lax. I really want them to get a lot of practice at their newly acquired skill to really drive it home. Muscle memory.

 

And I will post details on facebook.

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I think he's alluding to the fact that it's one thing to be proud that your 6 year-old hit the ball off the tee and ran to first instead of third finally but it's another to assume all 800 of your Facebook friends give a shit about it. There were a ton of mundane achievements my children had that I was very proud of but I didn't run up and down the street promoting them.

 

 

 

All 800? Probably not, but I'm sure there are plenty that do. 

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I think he's alluding to the fact that it's one thing to be proud that your 6 year-old hit the ball off the tee and ran to first instead of third finally but it's another to assume all 800 of your Facebook friends give a shit about it. There were a ton of mundane achievements my children had that I was very proud of but I didn't run up and down the street promoting them.

I think that raising a kid on your own is very very very hard so it's ok to be proud of them.

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All 800? Probably not, but I'm sure there are plenty that do.

Not enough to justify flooding the wall with the mundane stuff. Your kid doesn't do something people other than the parents care about more than twice a month. I promise. If you are posting about stuff your kid is doing weekly your kid better be as involved as CJ ****ing Wilson.

No one is saying you can't post all the stupid shit your kid does that you find amazing. Just be prepared if you hear through the grapevine that practically no one gives a shit.

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