Mom vs. Dad

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Mom’s + Dad’s: Your gems are?


Adapted from 9gag.com

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  1. Hilarious! Thanks for the laugh!! πŸ˜€

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  2. I can’t tell if that is how Father will respond. Grew up with none. Sharing with the family. Thanks.

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  3. That’s funny…and, yeah, so many of us are from broken households. I did not have a father figure…it was all my mom, and even with me, I raised my kids, all three of them, pretty much on my own. I fell kind of in the middle on a lot of those things. Some of those are really funny though. I have been known to ask my daughter that same question…”Are you wearing your underwear???!!!” πŸ™‚

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  4. Amazing I could literally hear you say every line in the Dad column. What trauma I’ve had to endure in my career πŸ™‚

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  5. This is why ideally we have two parents, so they can balance each other out. Too much of either one would be a disaster but a balance is perfect.

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  6. “Don’t eat that you’ll get worms” – Mom
    “A few worms never hurt anyone” -Dad!

    (when eating vegetables straight out of the garden and cleaning them by wiping the dirt off on our shirts!)

    This one’s a classic πŸ™‚

    MJ

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    • I’ve never heard of that one MJ. Classic. Esp the “few worms never hurt anyone.” I can hear this… πŸ™‚

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      • he was a Farmer and believed that nothing bad ever came out of the earth πŸ™‚ MJ

        PS – you’ve likely seen coverage of the Alberta floods … well my family farm is located along the S. Saskatchewan River, just north of Gardiner Dam. They’re letting water go at record speeds to accommodate the flood waters. This video shows my home country, and those hills are where I used to ride my pony!

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  7. Laughing out loud! 110% right πŸ˜€ specially “Turn down the gangster music” (My father hates loud music and one day he refused to play my youngest brother’s favorite song and said he will break the CD. My brother replied, “It belongs to my elder brother” Father got angry and threw out the CD from car).

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  8. So glad to know that this is universally true! πŸ˜€
    If possible please check my latest post Resilience, I trust you will enjoy it, if so please leave your feedback there, thanks

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  9. Alex Jones says:

    Ha ha … true in many households πŸ™‚

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  10. Reblogged this on Lex'sThoughts and commented:
    Funny, but true!

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  11. Very cute – so much for the imperative that parents always be in sync – it’s not possible.

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  12. Laughing. So true!

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  13. Grand parent’s advice..just wait a bit..okay go ahead πŸ˜‰

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  14. Peggy Farrell Schroeder says:

    Very, very funny!

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  15. That just about sums it up, probably because men are from Mars and women from Venus, and our children are an extension of those gender dynamics!

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  16. You mean, no one in your house said “because I said so, that’s why!”? Wow, your kids are lucky…..:)

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