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Old 02-17-07, 11:24 PM   #1
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Awww crap

So my daughter, who is 2.5 y/o, was sitting on my lap today, she happened to be diaperless at the time (she is potty training). She said "Go poop". I replied with "Go poop? Okay let's go poop", and as I stood up, I realized she had already gone poop.....on my lap.

Oh the joys of fatherhood.
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Old 02-17-07, 11:26 PM   #2
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hehe
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hahahahahahaha
hahahahahahahahahahahaha

I'll be hitting those moments in the coming year, now I know what to look forward to
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Old 02-18-07, 07:24 AM   #3
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Speaking from personal experience, better you lap than your head.
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Old 02-18-07, 07:26 AM   #4
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Ewwwwwww...... Baby gravy!
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Old 02-18-07, 07:35 AM   #5
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oh, it could be worse. Wait 'till they start insulting people. "What?! You work with computers? That's women's work!" (Not kidding)
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I'm glad I re-read it. At first I thought you said your laptop for some reason. I was trying to figure out how you were going to clean that one up.
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Old 02-18-07, 07:47 AM   #7
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please please please tell me that, unlike when you asked me to sit in your lap, you were wearing pants this time.
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also let me know if you are gonna need the merkin cleaner you loaned me back.
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Luckily I did have pants on. And my Tom Hicks limited edition gold plated taint protector.
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Glad those days are long, long gone for me. My youngest is 28 and he went through that with his boys.
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My boys, when little, have gleefully peed in my husband's sneakers, sprayed the kitchen, the dog... it's best to keep the diaper on, or leave them outside (just kidding)!
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personally i think poop is one of the greatest weapons we have available to us.

if you are in a argument with someone you could have taken that poop and left it on the hood of their car. bet that would ruin the better part of their day.
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So my daughter, who is 2.5 y/o, was sitting on my lap today, she happened to be diaperless at the time (she is potty training). She said "Go poop". I replied with "Go poop? Okay let's go poop", and as I stood up, I realized she had already gone poop.....on my lap.

Oh the joys of fatherhood.
Well at least she didn't get it all over your computer right?, did it get the couch?.
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Nothing my kids did to me was as bad as what one of my little brothers pulled. There I was, 16 or so, settling into a nice sleep where I started dreaming of skinny dipping with my girlfriend...but the water seemed way too warm and I woke up - to find my little sleep-walking bro standing there peeing all over me.
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Nothing my kids did to me was as bad as what one of my little brothers pulled. There I was, 16 or so, settling into a nice sleep where I started dreaming of skinny dipping with my girlfriend...but the water seemed way too warm and I woke up - to find my little sleep-walking bro standing there peeing all over me.
You will love this not kid safe or work safe video then.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxRO06ArstI
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I can remember a couple of times when someone in my division (navy) got peed on when a drunk came back to the ship after a night on the town. Usually a fight ensued.
I've been peed on and shat on by both my kids. My wife usually laughed at me.
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