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April 23, 2008

PARENTS OF LITTLE GIRLS:

Watch this.

(Thanks to Sarah J)

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um..I'll think I'll be the FIRST to pass.

Thanks. Now I've got a big blonde earwig.

I will never understand the Hanna Barbera Montana juggernaut. I'm hoping that by the time my two daughters - who are 4 and 2 respectively - reach the age where it matters, this will have all blown over. I take solice in knowing that by then, some entirely new Disney-enhanced juggernaut will have taken over and Hanna will have been dropped like a bad country music song.

damnit!

grrrrrr

Dang it! I wish there was a way to edit your posts!

In case it matters, this is what I wrote without the strike.

I will never understand the Hanna Barbera Montana juggernaut. I'm hoping that by the time my two daughters - who are 4 and 2 respectively - reach the age where it matters, this will have all blown over. I take solice in knowing that by then, some entirely new Disney-enhanced juggernaut will have taken over and Hanna will have been dropped like a bad country music song.

What if we don't have any?

*smacks* Schade!

And I'm sorry for the strike fiasco there. I didn't notice that I hadn't closed my tag (and I really hate it when I forget to close my tags).

Siouxie - Thank you! I deserved that.

I'm glad my two are too old for Hanna Montana. I did, however, had to deal with Hanson, Backend Boys, etc. Your time will come, Schade.

My two were "that age" when Bratz dolls became popular. I put my foot down, successfully, only to have Grandma ceremoniously give a Bratz doll to each of her four granddaughters one Christmas.

Those forbidden slutty dolls became their favorite toy, of course. For about a month, after which they ended up in the bottom of the toy bin along with all the naked Barbies with creative haircuts.

This, too, shall pass.

my daughter was a huge fan of JEM :) (as was i... you can't help it! JEM! truly outrageous!)

Every generation has it's big purple dinosaur skeleton in the closet.

And there will be another fad to take its place. For instance, a junior version of this guy.

Soooo, basically she's Phyllis Diller, without the laugh?

I have an 8 year old daughter and my only sanity thus far is that no one has introduced her to High School Musical. *has Jonas Brothers tunes as permanent earwig*

Harry: My oldest taught me this little ditty many years ago. I recommend not singing it to anyone younger than 11.
I love you, you love me.
Lets get together and kill Barney.
With a 44 Magnum, Barney's on the floor.
No more purple dinosaur.

I grew up a couple of miles from the Walk of Fame. I used to travel there by bicycle as a kid via the sewer system.

My daughter keeps a library of all her Disney DVDs as well as Little Mermaid and any other kid film she enjoyed so much as a child. It's precious. She is keeping it for her child to watch when the day comes. Yeah right...that's what I say. I bonded with my son watching ancient Three Stooge flicks. I hate it when He blocks my eye poke.

I was hoping the blog had an update on the masterbacon post from yesterday. Any news related to female masterbacon the resulting direct correlation to undiscovered galaxies? You can stop laughing now.

My son's 12-year old soccer team (all boys but one) unabashedly listens to HM. Hey, if it's a choice between HM and Akon...

Thanks Cheryl! ---(loading and taking aim at the T.V.)-----

Cheryl - we have the same version here in Cali. ftr - my boys can't stand HM or HM, (montana or musical).

My daughters are 19 and 14.

This crap hurts almost as bad as worse than the coffee on the keyboard yesterday.

And there are NO Bratz dolls in my house.

What were those things, Beanie babies. I have a boxes filled with them. I only paid $5,650.00 for them. My wife says cries out in pain every time the box is mentioned. They are worth $95,450.00 to a potential idiot on Ebay I've heard.

I call dibs on the potential idiot!

(Don't get me started on BB's. "Honey, these will finance their college education in a few years -- trust me.")

pokemon :(

Annie,

I take offense to the Barry Manilow parallel.

My DH has occasionally been right about a few of the comics he once got rid of and is now reamassing. I can only hope there's someone stupider than him when it comes time that somebody has to get rid of them....

Kath, there's a vintage comic shop in NYC called "My Mother Threw Them Away." Don't tell your DH about it.

Isn't that video the same guys who did Corn Hole Song?

DH???? Dead Husband????

TMNT (Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtles) did make a come back since my kids were 10 (nine years ago).

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