what have your kids broken that tee-d you off?

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  1. goldentoad profile image58
    goldentoadposted 9 years ago

    My son broke my Chong bobblehead yesterday. Cheech then looked lonely, out of place, and so I had to take him down too. I didn't know how to react, I felt like giving him a spanking, or at least yelling at him but I didn't. I didn't give him ice cream instead.

  2. Laughing Mom profile image56
    Laughing Momposted 9 years ago

    What HAVEN'T my kids broken?!? 


    Okay, how about the cover for the hot tub because they were using it as a stage?

    1. goldentoad profile image58
      goldentoadposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Ha! At least they were essentially trying to be creative and show their artistic side!

      1. Laughing Mom profile image56
        Laughing Momposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        Yeah, but at $350 a pop, they'd better use that creative artistic bit to earn some money to buy another!

        I'm curious if the Cheech and Chong bobbleheads were mounted on your dash....  :-)

        1. goldentoad profile image58
          goldentoadposted 9 years agoin reply to this

          Naw, they are on a window sill near the entertainment center. He is getting the hang of dragging the chair around the house to explore new territory to damage, they were the last items of my bachelorhood days on display.

  3. SweetiePie profile image85
    SweetiePieposted 9 years ago

    Right around the time that I started learning how to read I discovered that my dad had a 1983 style Maxim poster calendar in his garage.  My sister and I thought it would be fun to paint over it, so I am sure he was not very happy about that.

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    lotnposted 9 years ago

    My kids I think it would mave to be the archway at my ex mother in laws house. They were climbing on it like monkeys. I told them twice to quit and by the time I could tell them again it fell over! 375.00 worth of damage! They will be clening my house spotless for awhile and nana is pampered like a queen! 
                               LOTN

  5. B.T. Evilpants profile image61
    B.T. Evilpantsposted 9 years ago

    If I live to be, well...really old, I will never forget the day I learned that you can't turn your back on toddlers, even for a few seconds. I went to the kitchen to get some iced tea. When I came back, they had gotten a jar of vaseline from the bathroom, and covered every square inch of my recliner. You know, the kind of recliner with the super comfy velvety material and a place for the remote control. That chair was just never the same after that. I may even have cried a little bit. There's a very special bond between a man and his recliner.

    1. Laughing Mom profile image56
      Laughing Momposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I'm sorry, BT. I didn't mean to laugh outloud!

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    bean counter guyposted 9 years ago

    I don't remember it, but apparently I managed to break a toilet in the bathroom of a Hardee's when I was small. And I don't mean cause an overflow. I mean physical breakage of the toilet. My mother says we made a quick exit.

    1. Laughing Mom profile image56
      Laughing Momposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Oh my!!  That's almost funnier than BT's episode.  And you don't know how you did it?!?

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        bean counter guyposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        No idea. The story goes my brother ran out of the bathroom and yelled "HE BROKE THE WHOLE THING!!!!"

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    Leta Sposted 9 years ago

    My BF's son washed a brand new expensive white top I got from Victoria's Secret in with a bunch of very dirty towels.  It turned out gray and covered with hair.  !!!

    Isn't he just cute, wink lol/errrr

  8. Lisa HW profile image66
    Lisa HWposted 9 years ago

    In general, my kids weren't big "breakers" of things when they were young.  There was, however, one absolutely "horrible" experience with my eldest son:  He was little, and he found my (here goes, what a big baby I am) Ken doll (which was one of the first Kens and had the fuzzy hair).  For some reason I'll never understand he colored Ken's hair with magic marker!!!  To this day, I'm not over the "horror" of it all!!   Why?  Why?  Why?  - Why Ken?  Why not a Care Bear or something?   smile  I would rather he'd broken some expensive thing than wreck Ken!   smile  (So now I'm stuck with an inked up Ken in with my otherwise well kept Barbie collection.   smile  )

  9. Dame Scribe profile image61
    Dame Scribeposted 9 years ago

    My sons threw rocks through windows of a huge tractor/grater behemoth n law requires parent must pay. Was $1000.+ cost but ... I only had to pay a third smile I knew the owner tongue lol lol I made my sons write about that many lines wink

    1. Lisa HW profile image66
      Lisa HWposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Your story is better than my story - but then again, it wasn't Ken!!!    smile   smile

 
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