Speaking of theoretical boundries... ladies and gentlemen, I present: My Son.
The last one had me questioning physics idekPosted by Will Andersen on Monday, February 8, 2016
The last one had me questioning physics idek
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Your son has an amazing talent, Wanders. Remember, "With great power comes great responsibility." --Spider-Man.As to Olive, I've come to the conclusion that she is a small, youthful-looking, extremely pedantic 43-year old.
Hysterical. Now how does he notate this skill on his resume?
Wanders, compared to your extraordinary son and his talents, Olive Taylor is toast (even with her tummy brain). Fascinating!Grasping that cup of steaming whatever would be a lot easier if you removed your mittens, Olive.Next week (because Mary and Olive will hang around the rink the rest of this week): Mary and Olive continue their tour of NYC as Mary climbs the Empire State Building and explains to Olive how life is a lot like being a giant gorilla in a 1933 movie.
Wanders, your son's talents are such that I think he may have a tummy brain of some kind.For her part, I hope that Olive comes to learn that an awkwardly worded platitudinous observation does not constitute a theory.
Very Impressive. Forwarded the link to my daughter at college.Let's get this trending.
Your son is amazing! I'm waiting for Mary to tell Olive that "as sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives" cue the music..................................................................Or as Johnny Carson would say, The Edge of Wetness.
Impressive computer skills. Congrats.
I'm trying to think of he you did it, I can only guess that either a friend or family member threw it towards him and he caught it, then said person was edited out and the video was reversed. Or your son is a reality warping God. We all know which one is the logical explanation ;-)
That video is awesome. My favorite part is his poker face!
Mary's passive-aggressive comment of the day:"Olive, dear, there are boundaries. Your little head can't understand that yet, but I need my space. Please leave Auntie Mary alone for a bit and go skate among the Olympic speed skaters. You can test my theory about how much danger and pain a child can take! ... If you fall, just ask a random stranger to help you. I'll be enjoying my hot chocolate. See you in an hour!"
Mary is becoming grace slick right before our eyes...
Mary explains how life is like a coloring book:"In life there are rules and boundaries you have to keep to! You must stay within those lines and color neatly. And yet we are FREE within those lines! We can choose whatever crayon, colored pencil, marker we want to while adhering to our self control! Just remember to NEVER COLOR OUTSIDE THE LINES, Olive!"
Back when Mary flew to New York with the Lindberghs, I thought this story line would be over by the time my trip to NYC was imminent.Well, I leave Saturday, and it looks like I might run into Mary and Olive. I hope to run into them literally, perhaps in a cab driven by Turby Turbington.
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