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My 11 year old son bought me this

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That's awesome, and I'm glad you shared the story. My son turns three this month and I hope he will one day possess the same qualities as your little man. Until then - I will roll those dice and not buy a new Cam jersey for myself in the hopes that he will. lol

Also, thanks for the feedback on your son's favorite posters. I will now be stepping my game up.

He always asks me, is that that guy's avatar, or is it his real picture. He is convinced that yours is you. :)

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I'm one of your sons favorite posters?

Wow that's pretty cool, why?

Because you had my back one time. And you know where Azusa is. He asks me a lot about my childhood and he thinks someone living near where I used to live and that far away from Carolina being a Carolina fan is great. Asked me one day if I thought that Bwood got into fights out there in Cali for being a Panther fan. I told him that you were prolly OK. :)

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Because you had my back one time. And you know where Azusa is. He asks me a lot about my childhood and he thinks someone living near where I used to live and that far away from Carolina being a Carolina fan is great. Asked me one day if I thought that Bwood got into fights out there in Cali for being a Panther fan. I told him that you were prolly OK. :)

Hahaha that's fuging rich. And don't worry, I'll always have your back whether it's on the internet or on my side of the country.

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your kid sweats awesomeness but if he doesnt like my sig you might have to give him the talk and how ken dolls shouldn't be married

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OK, done. I gave out "pie" and "likes" to everyone of you. I will show this off to junior tomorrow, then slap the back of his head and yell stop being such a putz when he smiles (gotta let them know their place).

Thank you all so much, he is a good kid, with a good Mamma and I will show him every single post.

Now back to uniform color combination discussions, me posting items posted yesterday and Pickles last haircut.

Good night Cleveland!!! <Your in Charlotte> Good night Charlotte!!!

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your kid sweats awesomeness but if he doesnt like my sig you might have to give him the talk and how ken dolls shouldn't be married

Irv...........

Irv......

He probably would like yours, but he has never seen it. Yours is....well, extreme? :) The kid is only 11...he can only handle so much!

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That's my favorite but that sucker is going to get dirty quick. I have been known to partake in that which is known as Copenhagen and I have never washed my hands so much when I wear that white hat.

I should quit.

Cope, not wearing the hat.

Where did you find it ?

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He always asks me, is that that guy's avatar, or is it his real picture. He is convinced that yours is you. :)

That pic is David Gettis from last year's training camp arrival day. I'm not David Gettis, unfortunately.

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cool story OP. jk your son probably has more money than myself. what an awesome thing your son's the man

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He loves the Panthers. He is obsessed now. And that jersey will never get thrown away. Like every father should think, I think he is the greatest kid ever. It was 3 days after the fact I found out he bought it on his own. I have to admit I cried a little. Not because of the jersey but because he gave all he had to buy it. I think I will keep him. :)

Your boy looks you man! Cogratulations!! :D

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