Hi Tobey, Wow, hmm, but have you also thought of having a daughter?
I think he did PDH but he's probably given up now - there's only so much craziness left in him still!
smile, oh you too was it cold in the Sea of Galilee?
Darn, I can't think if any crazy thing I had done so far, ahhh I need to do one soon, suggestions
Oh I remember now, when I was a teen ager I climb a coconut tree to hide, then I can't get down, I was scared of my mother who is looking for me. They get a fire truck to get me down and all people are there rooting for me. I was shaking as I nearly fell down.
It was lovely and warm PDH and I swam around for a few minutes.
You must have been in some trouble for you to even think about going up a tree to hide.
I was in trouble yes, but I always hide somewhere when I was in trouble with my mom, rooftop etc, and I noticed then that she is also nervous when I do that and when I get down, she will kinda forgot what I did, but climbing the coconut tree is another thing, it is taller than a building and no branches, but once you're up there on top, you can sit down with the branches, just be careful. When my mother saw me she forgot what I did and just hug me when I was down already.
To Mike : Hi Mike, freezing cold whew, bet you never did it again.
rich speaks the truth. I did get a granddaughter though.
Girl, how do you think I wound up with 5 boys? The whole idea was to get a daughter. The plan was for one of each. Not five of the same.
well at least you have a grandaughter, girls can be doting, I bet she is grand dads fav
Hey Tobey - Kudos to you my friend because you persisted when many others might have given up more easily - I hold my hand up and include myself in that latter group. If I had two boys, I'd certainly not try again.
rich, I don't think it was persistance as it was hope that the next would be 'the girl'.
PDH, she's spoiled rotten. ROTTEN!!!!!
Tobey - This is how everything evens up in the end:
I have an uncle who has a similar experience to you, but the difference is - he has not five sons - but incredibly - five daughters!!! I feel really sorry for him because in Chinese culture having a son is highly valued. The reason is one day, a male can receive the inheritance and also carry on the family name.
Tobey, I have five boys... and I home school them. To which end, I must be leaving, as chores are done and school must begin!
watched some one dance naked in the woods.....on serious notes craziest thing would be proposing a girl while being totally drunked...i got the wrong girl in the process
Quit my day time job to get my hands on some online money making.
Walked out on ice to reach a small island in the middle of the Kansas River. I had no clue how thick the ice was (or was not).
played horseshoes in the nude, well, we did wear shoes for safety.
I've done many crazy things in my life, from running away from home at 16 to getting married to a man 40 years my senior, but this is something crazy that happened to me I will never forget.
It happened at San Francisco’s DeYoung Museum when I was still very young and very stupid and I haven't been back there in 30 years because of it. My friend, John, and I were quite high one afternoon and while we were in the Medieval section of the museum, we accidently broke off the hand of a life-sized wooden angel candleholder. He wanted to touch it and I dared him. Suddenly he was standing there holding this smelly moldering piece of wood. The angel’s hand holding the spike that the candle would be placed upon had broken off at the wrist, probably due to age and general deterioration. We had defaced a piece of art that was hundreds of years old. Horrified and not knowing what else to do with it, John stuffed the nasty thing into my handbag and we fled the museum in a complete panic. Later when we had some time to recover and think about what had happened, we placed the hand into a paper bag and brought it back, leaving it at the doorstep of the museum.
Rode a horse that everyone said was unrideable.
Petted a chained German Shepherd that wouldn't let anyone else touch him. I actually made money from bets on this one!
Swam in a lake in 30-degree weather.
Raced my Throrghbred mare bareback lots of times. Only one skull fracture from doing this! lol
Jumped a deep, wide gully on the same horse. All other horses at the stables balked.
Rode a 2,500-pound bull.
Ran through the woods naked.
Things of a sexual nature that I won't mention. lol
All these things were done when I was young and foolish!
actually it wasnt crazy .. it was fun and kewl!!!
Did you do it in the nude? LOL, I love that so many people like to run around in the woods nude. I have lots of woods behind my house. I think we should all get together and have a big pool party at my house and top off the evening by all running around in the woods naked!
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