First Ken…Now Lisa…I’m Next!

Lisa has the sad details of an event that is getting all too close for me: my sweet little child becoming a teen.
Ken is just about out of this cloud of woe.
Tell me about it. Crusader II hits the teens on August 31. Sheesh…
Big party if you guys can make it. We will be getting the food from Matts Chicago Dog

Matts Chicago Dog??!!
BASTARD!! Note to Bingley ~ I was first, duh.
Second Update:Crusader
Like I said, you guys are invited, so don’t come cryin’ to me iffin ya miss it.
The popcorn you are eating has been pissed in. Film at 11.
Even BIGGER UPDATE: In the immortal words of Crusader’s hero, Jar-Jar Binks, “How WUDE!”

12 Responses to “First Ken…Now Lisa…I’m Next!”

  1. Ken Summers says:

    It ain’t over till you can change the locks on the doors.

  2. Lisa is so eloquent, gads! “Cut my heartstrings…” THAT’S where I went wrong. I always just yelled “you’d better knock that sh*t off, or I tell your father.”
    The absolute best response I have ever, EVER heard was what a friend in CA said to her son, a budding teen, same age and pal of Ebola’s, after he’d shot off at her.
    “I don’t know who you are, or what you’ve done with him, but I want my son back. You better go find him right now, or else.”

  3. Crusader says:

    It ain’t over till you can change the locks on the doors.
    With the 10 years between Crusader Ii and III, that is a looooooooooooong way off. Rent, on the other hand, is another story altogether…..

  4. Mr. Bingley says:

    Argh, that’s right, I forgot about Crusader II.
    But I’ve got a girl….Ken, have you written a survival manual?

  5. Crusader says:

    Argh, that’s right, I forgot about Crusader II.

    Yeah, than 10 years from now, I get to go thru it all over again with Crusader III (Doodles). Just enough time to forget all over again…..

  6. Lisa says:

    Dude, I didn’t write that, I cut-n-pasted! I guess I made the credit too small. (heh heh)

  7. Ken Summers says:

    Aw Lisa! We thought it was you!
    As for a survival manual – I wish. The best line on having a teenage daughter I ever heard was from Bill Engvald, who said to the boy as he picked up Bill’s daughter for her first date: “That’s my little girl. She’s my entire life. And I am not afraid to go back to prison.”

  8. Mr. Bingley says:

    You know, I saw the copyright stuff on the bottom of the post and I thought “Gee, Lisa’s gone big-time on us”!

  9. Ken Summers says:

    Yeah, that’s what I thought!

  10. The Real JeffS on Orcas Island says:

    Mr. Bingley, I suggest meeting all prospective dates for your daughter at the door carrying a shotgun in one hand, and a box of shells in the other. While you talk to him about his plans that evening, load the shotgun with firm, precise motions.
    If he asks you why you are loading the shotgun, tell him, “This is case I don’t like your answers.”

  11. Crusader says:

    Yeah, I told the CAG that if we had had girls, the Mossberg 500 would be stored behind the front door. Now all I have to worry about is other fathers shotguns……

  12. “?put your bodies upon the gears?”

    Okay, I think I can post this rationally now that the anger has subsided. I don’t normally support “protests”, but having witnessed some gross unfairness and petty tyranny, I fully support students who are attempting to right a grievous wrong…

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