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      09-27-2010, 03:01 PM   #23
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      09-27-2010, 03:02 PM   #24
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Try deodorant, the non anti-perspirant type (on the chalk not the milf), seriously it removes all kinds

Look on the bright side, at least their parents are willing to sort the problem, my angelic little daughter (2 Ĺ years old) has just tried to was our new car with a rake and i’ll have to foot the bill, where do kids get these fooking ideas from
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I usually tape a web cam to my head-check out 'that's not sexy.com'...

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Try deodorant, the non anti-perspirant type (on the chalk not the milf), seriously it removes all kinds

Look on the bright side, at least their parents are willing to sort the problem, my angelic little daughter (2 Ĺ years old) has just tried to was our new car with a rake and iíll have to foot the bill, where do kids get these fooking ideas from
Cheers bud, but all sorted.I do feel your pain.personally ,I blame the par...
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      09-27-2010, 03:44 PM   #28
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what a freakin hassle man
Yeah but at least he's met a fit local MILF.
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      09-27-2010, 03:45 PM   #29
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Try deodorant, the non anti-perspirant type (on the chalk not the milf), seriously it removes all kinds

Look on the bright side, at least their parents are willing to sort the problem, my angelic little daughter (2 Ĺ years old) has just tried to was our new car with a rake and iíll have to foot the bill, where do kids get these fooking ideas from

That reminds me of the time my big (but little at the time) cousin over heard my uncle saying he wanted a new car...

My cousin loved his dads lada riva so much he didnt want to see it go, so out came the pale yellow paint and the finest brush he could find.......que one yellow hand painted (by a child) lada riva

luckily (depending on how you look at it) it washed off as it was emulsion!
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      09-28-2010, 01:23 AM   #31
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This thread is nothing without pics (and not of the car)
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Think yourself lucky that their parents are happy to pay for it to be sorted.

I know round where i work, you'd end up getting abuse from the parents for even talking to their kids!
Exactly, round here their dad would have come over and put my windows through cos i'd be a 'pedo' for talking to his kids...
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I remember when I was a kid, my little brother (5 at the time) came into the house and announced that he had filled dads tank up. He had, with a watering can and water from the garden tap!
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I can distinctly remember as a very small boy crumbling biscuits into the fuel tank of my Dad's motorbike.
I can't recall much of that period, just the motorbike. I must have quite liked it!
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Ha.

I apparently pulled the silver side trim strip off my dads brand new Dolomite Sprint in 1976.

For those that can remember that was actually a pretty cool/fast car!
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