Questions the answer to is always a screamed, 'NO!!!!'

welsummerchicks

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Jul 26, 2010
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Any questions you've ever asked that the answer to should always be a screamed no????

"Is it good to put spray paint cans in the microwave?"

"Does a lawn mower do a good job of shaving a cat?"

"Do parakeets like to sit in a lion's mouth?"
 

ChickenAlgebra

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Mar 14, 2011
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Hrm, I am a HORRIBLE parent. I let the kids take the old microwave that was going to be thrown out, plug it in on about 3 extention cords, OUTSIDE on the concrete pad, microwave a can of spray paint, while they watched from inside. It was impressively destructive.
 

ChickenAlgebra

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The other part of that...

DS18 and the neighbor kid are the ones who thought that up when they were 14 or so.

The other half that is the SHERIFF'S kid.

So the Sheriff was watching just as much as the destruction duo was.

As was my DH.
 

debilorrah

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Is spraying a large tiled kitchen floor with Pam and sliding around in your socks a good idea. NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Does 4 hours of scrubbing with Dawn remove the residue? yes.
 

ChickenAlgebra

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Mar 14, 2011
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Quote:It's a fine idea when the slidees are doing the scrubbing post sliding enough to MY standards.
 

goldenluver

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May 20, 2009
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how about taking down the x-mas tree and standing it up in backyard and letting your teen age son touch a lighter to it.

REMEMBER TO STEP BACK QUICK, IT SHOOTS UP 20FT HIGH IN SECONDS
 

goldtopper

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Oct 15, 2010
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Quote:On that note-
My brother in law, decided to put his dried out Christmas tree half into the fireplace and push it in as it "slowly burned". Didn't quite work out that way.
Noooooooooo!
 

bkreugar

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Jun 18, 2008
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Do you ever think of having another child?

Do we need another horse? (dh would definitly scream NO to that one!)

Are you ever going to move again?
 

DuckLady

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When I ask can I have a couple goats.

My husband rarely objects to anything I want, so I respected the "NO" to goats.

Then when I asked can I have donkeys instead, he just twitched with a hunted look in his eyes.
 

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