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MDA
27-10-2009, 13:01:00
My niece is almost 8 years old and her school is having a Jumpathon to raise money for school supplies or something, so we naturally handed over the money. No problem.

Couldn't they have picked something more challenging for eight year old children to do, though?

A sitstillathon, or shutupathon?
Notextsathon?

Funko
27-10-2009, 13:33:01
They could have had a "jump"athon

Japher
27-10-2009, 13:52:09
They're going to have "knee" problems.

Just "sayin"

eatyourvegatblesathon just aren't as popular as the used to be

MOBIUS
27-10-2009, 15:00:48
My niece is almost 8 years old and her school is having
Notextsathon?

I read that as a Nosexathon.

Clearly not appropriate.:nervous:

Funko
27-10-2009, 15:17:46
Er.... a Nosexathon is "entirely" appropriate for 8 year olds.

A Sexathon, would be inappropriate.

You "PAEDO"!

MDA
27-10-2009, 15:51:03
clearly "he's" had a "freudian" slip

MDA
27-10-2009, 15:54:01
and since I used "the" word clearly, it must be true

plus its on the internet

Caligastia
27-10-2009, 15:56:15
How about a pissandshitregularlysoyoudontgetbackedupathon. I'd sign my son up for sure.

Japher
27-10-2009, 16:25:49
My daughter once went 15 days without a bowel movement. Jace, however, is so regular we actually have to take him to a GI to check it out. He hasn't gained weight in 2 months despite eating like a pig and growing an inch. Poops aren't "solid" either. He's been tested for allergies and all that, we have no idea what's wrong. He is also going to be going to a "Failure to Thrive" clinic. As far as wifey and are concerned he's happy in every way, just can't fatten the little pig up.

mr_B
27-10-2009, 16:34:42
was was

MDA
27-10-2009, 18:54:52
not "everyone" outside the middle of the bell curve is actually sick, doctors "may" have a hard time understanding that

Caligastia
27-10-2009, 18:58:18
My daughter once went 15 days without a bowel movement. Jace, however, is so regular we actually have to take him to a GI to check it out. He hasn't gained weight in 2 months despite eating like a pig and growing an inch. Poops aren't "solid" either. He's been tested for allergies and all that, we have no idea what's wrong. He is also going to be going to a "Failure to Thrive" clinic. As far as wifey and are concerned he's happy in every way, just can't fatten the little pig up.

15 days?! :brwncard:

My son gets so focused on playing that he just can't be bothered to go. Holds it till it hurts. I feel like such a nag:

MAKE POOP!

MAKE PEE!

DID YOU MAKE POOP TODAY?! MAKE IT AGAIN!!

:brwncard::brwncard::brwncard:

mr_B
28-10-2009, 08:35:53
was was