Not Mine Monday, December 2009 Edition

In a shameless spoof of MckMama’s Not Me Monday, I am posting a Not Mine Monday.

  • My children do not have the habit of saying “Bails hurt scores!” whenever they fall down. We have not been spending too much time playing THPS3. My children know the difference between TV/movies/games and real life and they never confuse the two.
  • My child, who is way past the time of using the doorway jumper intended for babies, did not take a sudden interest in the doorway jumper contraption. And he did not use it for his own entertainment by yelling “snake in the toilet!” while reaching up through the leg holes, pretending that his hands were snakes and trying to attack his brother who was walking past.
  • And I did not overhear one of my children say to the other child “Can you please move, or I’ll push you down the stairs“. Notice the use of the word please? See how polite our children are? Or, I mean, see how polite they would be, if they had said that?

The nursing child will play by the hole of the cobra,And the weaned child will put his hand on the viper’s den.

Isaiah 11:8

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This little article thingy was written by Some Guy sometime around 6:48 am and has been carefully placed in the Family category.

2 Responses to “Not Mine Monday, December 2009 Edition”

  1. es Says:

    I have no idea what your first bullet is pertaining to besides it being something from a video game. Is it a popular saying or popular game?

    And, I love how creative (and compassionate) A & B are.

  2. Some Guy Says:

    THPS3 is Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3. There are competitions where you get scored based on the tricks you do. And if you fall, or bail, that hurts your score. It always tells you, before the start of each competition, that bails hurt scores.

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