Yes, this really happened. My daughter was mortified.
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Haha that’s really funny. Mums are always an embarrassment to their kids, so there’s not point trying not to be.
I think that is justifiable revenge for what kids do when they are younger.
Oh . . . . no . . . .
Please please please tell me it wasn’t you who did this. I mean, using the clues (words like “my daughter”) I’m piecing things together . . .
Fortunately, my kids are too young to be embarrassed by me . . . but when they realize how not cool I am . . .
This comic hurts me on two levels — I remember being in “the passenger seat” in the past, and I know I’ll be in “the driver’s seat” in the future.
For now, uncool dad is pretty funny to my kids.
Hahah *chuckle* at you guys. I will let you in on a secret:
I don’t know at what point you actually cross the line, but after you cross it, you realize that you don’t really care what strangers think. And so you do silly things because YOU think it would be funny if you did them. Embarrassing the kidlets is just gravy.
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Don’t worry, she’ll understand the fun of it. One day.
Until then I deeply sympathize with her.
If only we could find a remedy for puberty, the world would be a much nicer place I think.