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#1 LifeisaGarden

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:57 AM

How to wipe your ass-(sitting of course)
How to blow your nose-so you don't walk around with snot running out of your nose
How to sneeze-into your elbow, just like elmo
Always help old people & the handicapped or just anyone that needs help.
How to change your own oil, spark plugs & wires, thermostat, air filter, tire, etc... even if you're a girl.
How to use a hammer
How to patch a hole in the wall.
To not spend more money than what you have, except for buying a house but you still need to be able to afford the mortgage.
How to drive a stick.
How to ask for help.
How to read a map.
To hold doors open for people.
To be nice to people who work minimum wage jobs, it's hard to live on that kind of money, its no wonder they are so grouchy!
Do NOT ever steal from anyone, ever. Even if you're hungry.
Be the friend you wish you had.
Don't depend on material things or people to make you happy.
Be nice.
Pretend to walk in other peoples shoes before you judge them.
Apologize when you are wrong and really mean it.
Be honest.
Do the next right thing.




keep going....

#2 Darth Biscuit

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:58 AM

How to check out a cute chick's ass without getting busted. Check.

#3 chknwing

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:00 AM

...to turn them into a pansy.

#4 LifeisaGarden

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:02 AM

IF you ruin my nice thread I will hunt you down and kill you.

that is all

#5 Iceberg Slim

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:04 AM

How to cut grass...a skill you can use to make money as a teenager
How to cook..especially if you have a male child....no one wants to eat frozen dinners
How to iron......being wrinkled just isn't cool
How to clean...no one wants to be around a dirty ass person

#6 Murph

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:06 AM

Have good manners. Say "please", "thank you", "excuse me", "sir" & "maam"

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:14 AM

How to change your own oil, spark plugs & wires, thermostat, air filter, tire, etc... even if you're a girl.


keep going....

Unless your kid is already old enough to do this or grows up to be a gear head any car they own will not likely be very user serviceable in regards to these items.

But I agree with the sentiment of basic maintenance.


How to look beyond what someone is wearing, how they have chosen to decorate their body, or the color of their skin.
The importance of forgiveness and the equal importance of not forgetting forgiven transgressions.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:32 AM

Do not accept bullying at any cost and always fight back.

#9 MadHatter

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:36 AM

Do not accept bullying at any cost


^^This.

I told my 15 yo son that I would beat his ass if I ever caught him bullying someone....and I would also do it if I ever heard of him watching it happen without doing something about it.

#10 The Saltman

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:37 AM

for daughters:

How to stay abstinent until 40 years of age.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:40 AM

The value of a dollar.
What "a hard day's work" means.


Insane how many people my age and younger bitch about how hard their job is when they spend half the day on Facebook. Amazing how many kids I saw get cars as presents and then total them within a month, or their parents paid for college and they flunked out.

I'm sick of it. Fuggin' make you brat kids work for it. "You want a Gucci purse? Better check the Job ads." And it's okay if you want to help your kid pay for college so they don't start out in life buried in debt, but I seriously throw up in my mouth when I hear a parent say "Oh, I want don't want little Pfieffer to worry about money and work a job while he's studying. I want him to focus on his education while he's in school." Fug that! I started working 60 hours a week when I was 14, and worked 2 jobs to pay for college and a car.

You're not only turning your brat into walking weaksauce, you're fuggin' up our whole nation. Americans have become a culture of entitlement. I deserve this, I deserve that, and I'm gonna do nothing but piss and moan if I don't get it. No you fuggin' don't. You don't deserve a god damned thing in this life, except maybe an occasional beating. You earn it or you get nothing.

And that lesson starts at home.

#12 Jase

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:41 AM

-Show kindness to others, even when they don't show kindness to you.

-Self-deprecating humor is a great way to get people to accept your flaws.

#13 Mrs Pantherfan

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:54 AM

How to change your own oil, spark plugs & wires, thermostat, air filter, tire, etc... even if you're a girl


um yeah...I have no fuging clue how to do this stuff...I'm a complete girl when it come to this..I just take it to honda when my maintenance light comes on and I let them take care of it

I agree with CatPoop up there that said that kids need to learn how to get a job..my boss was bitching about how his 16 year old kid just got his license and his insurance was OMG IT'S SOOOO EXPENSIVE!!

when I said.."he could get a job and help pay for it"..my boss said, "oh no, my kids don't work"

well then STFU and stop bitching about it....dumbass

#14 The Saltman

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 10:00 AM

The value of a dollar.
What "a hard day's work" means.


Insane how many people my age and younger bitch about how hard their job is when they spend half the day on Facebook. Amazing how many kids I saw get cars as presents and then total them within a month, or their parents paid for college and they flunked out.

I'm sick of it. Fuggin' make you brat kids work for it. "You want a Gucci purse? Better check the Job ads." And it's okay if you want to help your kid pay for college so they don't start out in life buried in debt, but I seriously throw up in my mouth when I hear a parent say "Oh, I want don't want little Pfieffer to worry about money and work a job while he's studying. I want him to focus on his education while he's in school." Fug that! I started working 60 hours a week when I was 14, and worked 2 jobs to pay for college and a car.

You're not only turning your brat into walking weaksauce, you're fuggin' up our whole nation. Americans have become a culture of entitlement. I deserve this, I deserve that, and I'm gonna do nothing but piss and moan if I don't get it. No you fuggin' don't. You don't deserve a god damned thing in this life, except maybe an occasional beating. You earn it or you get nothing.

And that lesson starts at home.

this

and whats funny is I learned this the hard way.

I was spoonfed my whole life. My parents were avid fans of debt and big time spenders because we had money. I didnt learn how to work hard and I fuged around in school.

Now my Father is basically broke due to the recession and im going back to school while working trying to finally make my own career.

I'm 31 years old. If only I worked hard at school and in life when I was younger I wouldnt be in this predicament.

If only my father saved his money and invested it.

You live and you learn but it would have been better if I learned this poo at 16 and not in my 30s.

/rant

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 10:04 AM

That your duty as a human being is to enhance the lives of those around you and those you love on a daily basis.


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