Sunday, June 10, 2007

Caption Contest

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WINNERS:

brd:

Lesson Two: Heel on Leash
While walking with your dad at the heel position, turn sharply and
very tightly to your left, into your dad's path, manipulating the dad around, with jerks on the leash or bumping of the knee or foot, out of your way as you turn 180 degrees to your left and then continue the heeling exercise in the opposite direction. This is known as the "left-u-turn". Remember to use a happy voice when praising and/or encouraging.


Jeff the Baptist:

Mommy says I should give this a yank whenever Daddy walks by a Victoria's Secret.

Theresa Coleman:

keeping dad on a short leash helps with the spontaneous chasing after cars the family just can't afford.

14 comments:

DannyG said...

And a little child shall lead them.

rocksalive777 said...

Come mothers and fathers
Throughout the land
And don't criticize
What you can't understand
Your sons and your daughters
Are beyond your command...
For the times they are a-changin'.

Dale Tedder said...

About par for the course for parenthood in modern America. Good parable.

gavin richardson said...

the next installment of children of the corn

Jeff the Baptist said...

Mommy says I should give this a yank whenever Daddy walks by a Victoria's Secret.

Matt said...

Daddy said that this _isn't_ what Mommy had in mind when she said she wanted a "choker" for her birthday...

revjfletcher said...

SMC, 5, looking for one to share my cereal with. I enjoy Legos, Power Rangers and long walks with my dad.

Rick said...

Doin' Freud and Spock proud.

the reverend mommy said...

keeping dad on a short leash helps with the spontaneous chasing after cars the family just can't afford.

Andy B. said...

First Wayne got in touch with his inner child, then things got a little out of hand.

Mark Winter said...

"And if you're a good daddy, I'll take you to get a beer later."

The Ironic Catholic said...

The "Joy of Parenting" pamphlet went a little too far in its truth in advertizing campaign.

brd said...

Lesson Two: Heel on Leash
While walking with your dad at the heel position, turn sharply and
very tightly to your left, into your dad's path, manipulating the dad around, with jerks on the leash or bumping of the knee or foot, out of your way as you turn 180 degrees to your left and then continue the heeling exercise in the opposite direction. This is known as the "left-u-turn". Remember to use a happy voice when praising and/or encouraging.

Pastor Dave said...

No, Dad, we can't go into the Starbucks.