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Help me I'm trapped in my bed room help me.

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by jolo-bolo, Jun 20, 2014.

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  1. jolo-bolo

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    My daughter is having a end of school book burning party. Got the fire in the back garden sleeping bags all over 16 year old girls giggling everywhere. And a few boys I came out once when I heard one boy shout to my son that he was going to be "Banging his sister tonight". Was it wrong of me to step out of the room with my false leg wrapped up in a bin liner in my hand it's the only leg that looks like a real walking and it's got no innards till I slip my talcum powderd stump in, its just a foot shin and thigh socket And stud in the middle of the stairs looking at him. He was sooo apologetic and he went white. My daughter hit me and told me to go to my room and not come out again. Before I went upstairs I showed the kids the leg was empty by pulling it of with a loud lemmony sucking sound .so no complaining guys. But as I went up My daughter said to the lad it's ok he's got 20 more false legs that work so don't say anything about me again. That's my girl. I'm 52 and have been told to say in my room till I can behave.:eek:
     
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    I wouldn't have shown him it was gutless. How dare he even say that to her brother and in your house. Would.have kicked the little turd out on the door step.

    Good.luck

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    How quickly the memories of our own youth fade....when it comes to our daughters....you can protect them..but you can,t live their life for them....
     
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    With a son you got his pwik to look after with a daughter you got to look out for all other Pwiks
     
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    Hell no, if I ever hear a boy say that about one of my girls.. . help um.

    Send the boys on there way kev.
     
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    I have one lad and two girls... I'm dreading the younger one getting to that age. I'm in full agreement with you, Jolo; reminding some little upstart (that reminds me of myself, deep down) that he could easily overstep the mark where it comes to my girls is a right I fundamentally reserve.
     
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    You sound like a cool dad to me. :)
    Keeps the boys on their toes.
    I have 2 daughters 16 & 17. The boys know when the line has been crossed. I don't need a gun. Lol
     
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    :D I feel for you & your anguish... our daughter is now 26, with 3 [grand] children & in a very long partnership, in fact its the son in law i have to thank/blame getting me back seriously into shooting mode after showing me his Webley PCP..... I digress [its an age thing :rolleyes:] anyway, when our daughter was 15 a lad who I [wrongly] thought bad of knocked on the door for her, I abruptly answered & told him if he came knocking again i'd have his boll**ks for ear rings. Well, it went right around her class & certainly didn't get any boys knocking on the door for a while :rolleyes: She smiles & still reminds me of that, although at the time she screamed like a banshee & created maryhell! :rolleyes: :eek::p
     
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    I heard about a chap who would always meet his daughter's new boyfriends whilst sitting at the kitchen table cleaning his shotguns. :D

    I really wouldn't be waving a gun around in the situation that you was in though. Too much risk of you getting into a lot of trouble.
     
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    If that lad wanted to, he could still make life very uncomfortable for you. I believe the legislation about replica guns comes into play here? Whilst I whole heartedly agree with your motives, be very careful of causing someone to be fearful by waving a gun in their direction, or even anything that looks vaguely like a gun.

    Sorry to chuck cold water on this, but it might as well be me, as no-one else seems to want to.:)
     
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    Indeed - it's irrelevant that the gun doesn't work - it still looks like a gun and as such, is treated as one if you 'threaten' someone with it. All it takes is for that lad to mention to maybe his parents what happened and you could be in some serious hot water.

    I would be tempted to remove your op seeing as this is a public website and non-airgun is now viewable again without having to log on. It's also not really the kind of action that does our sport any good either. Just my 2p
     
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    How soon we forget, there was a time that you were that 16 year old lad saying the same things. But I suppose it was someone elses daughter in them days...;) I also have 2 daughters, the eldest is 23 the other 18 (my boy is 20) and yes I answered the front door like Clint Eastwood, who wouldn't :rolleyes: its your girls.:D I refused the book burning party after my daughter told me to put the display cabinates away "just in case".:up::up:
     
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    Erm no actually there wasn't, but that is irrelevant, and to be honest I am not at all sure where you are coming from? So you got daughters? So you want to keep 'em safe? if you make a habit of waving anything that even looks like a gun at anyone these days you will like as not find yourself locked up, and not able to keep 'em safe.

    Please folks, you might think the law is an ass sometimes, but the law is still the law, and those that uphold the law wont think twice about banging you around the earole with it. Use your heads!
     
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    ..not so many years ago, a man got shot and killed by the police, because someone said he was carrying a shotgun wrapped in clear plastic...turned out to be a wooden table leg......what do you think might happen if this lad had went home and told his dad....Mr So and So pointed a gun at me....omitting the bit about it was a bitsa....
     
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    thats all fine and well, if the lads can read,...but...9 times out of 10..reading is the last thing on their minds....
     
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    i have two kids 16 & 19, i have taught them to treat any gun as if it was loaded,to threaten anybody with any sort of gun broken or not is well out of order:mad:
     
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    It would,nt matter if he removed this,...i,ve just googled it...and .. his op is on the first page....time yet for him to hear a loud knock,knock on his front door....
     
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    There wont be any knock-knock! just a loud splintering noise, swiftly followed by carpet burns on his nose!:D
     
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