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September 30, 2008

SCIENTISTS DISCOVER A SCIENTIFIC EXPLANATION FOR WHY YOUR TEENAGED CHILDREN GET EMBARRASSED WHEN YOU SING OR DANCE

Of course the actual explanation is that you're a dork.

(Thanks to DavCat)

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Dork?? Actually, I'm usually drunk. My girls understand this.

So that explains why I was so mortified when mom threw on the cow suit and peed on the neighbor's porch!

It was just my medial prefrontal cortex acting up!


So my mom must see me as a mother figure. Hmf. Explains that.

Hey, it's my parental responsibility to prepare my daughters for life with a future husband.

*Chapter Two: The Forehead Slap*

In a related story, teenagers have activity in their brains. Film at eleven.

Finally, neurological proof of the theory expounded upon by William Cosby, EdD., that children are brain damaged people.

I act like a dork because I CAN!!! And the pain of childbirth is in direct relation to how far I will go to embarrass young son. humppphhhh!

So I'll wait 2 1/2 years until my son is 20 to ask if I can be his band's drummer. No sweat.

This is how I keep my son in line...I tell him if he doesn't behave, I will start singing and dancing.

So...why was this in the Women's section?

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