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I’m voting for the one without the vagina

Thought of the Day:

If your child is acting like The Spawn of Satan, how do you decide which parent is, in fact, the devil?

15 Responses to “I’m voting for the one without the vagina”

  1. mushster
    September 7th, 2005 17:20
    1

    Easy. Just remember this quote “It wasn’t me”. ;)

  2. Corrie
    September 7th, 2005 17:28
    2

    ALWAYS. ALWAYS, blame the husband. You will feel better about yourself.

  3. Susan
    September 7th, 2005 17:54
    3

    It’s prolly you. So you can sprout your horns and assume your natural form now. You’re not fooling anyone. :)

  4. Aimee
    September 7th, 2005 19:31
    4

    In our house-it’s Mr. Satan himself.

  5. clickmom
    September 7th, 2005 19:32
    5

    I am totally with Corrie- When they shine, they are just like me, but anything less than stellar- they get from HIS side of the family. This was a total no-brainer.

  6. Sarcomical
    September 7th, 2005 20:37
    6

    hmmm…i’m guessing we’re double-checking the house for sharp instruments today? ;)

  7. sherry
    September 7th, 2005 21:29
    7

    Tsk, this isn’t even an issue. It’s always him. Always.

  8. Heatheranne
    September 7th, 2005 21:46
    8

    When my son is being a brat, he’s my husband’s child. When he’s good, he’s my son! Simple as that.

  9. Jessica
    September 8th, 2005 02:52
    9

    I’ve always (ALWAYS) claimed to be the evil one. If you ever met me or the husband, you would be able to tell that right off. And you know what? I’m not even ashamed of it! :-D

  10. Robotnik
    September 8th, 2005 05:37
    10

    Neither one…it’s environmental. ha.

  11. peefer
    September 8th, 2005 07:44
    11

    Law-of-the-Child in most states suggests that it is the parent least often home. This parent, typically the father, possesses a gene which enables him to barge into a parenting situation disrupting the peace, uprooting all harmony, and facilitating the Spawn tranformation. I apologize for all of us, but it’s a gene, really, so we have no control over this.

  12. Heather
    September 8th, 2005 08:46
    12

    Its the IN LAWS fault, period.

  13. Curly Girrrl
    September 8th, 2005 09:21
    13

    most definitely the man. why? because if you have ever read the bible, you will see that all the “Important” people are men. women never get any credit. it’s terrible.

  14. Orange
    September 8th, 2005 09:46
    14

    I think Curly Girrrl has summed it up perfectly.

  15. Robotnik
    September 8th, 2005 13:33
    15

    Curly Girl just illustrated a perfectly good example for NOT reading the Bible. Or trusting in it. Taoism is the new black, y’all.

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