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    Quote Originally Posted by Emevas View Post
    I was going to say "hookers" so he could officially become a man, but you've ruled that out.

    Lottery tickets.
    well you know how manhood works in this society: you pop out and they might decide to cut a piece of your dick.... hello!!!

    at 13 you are warned

    at 18 you can kill people and **** a hooker

    at 21 you can drown your sorrows with beer and cigs after the hooker gets pregnant you kill somoene.



    What would Rodney Dangerfield do thats the question: UH I think I hear him now from the sky whats that Rodney? "what?? you want me to take the kid hunting and dress up as a friend of Dick Cheney's? thanks a lot!!"

    actually emevus the problem with lottery tickets in california is that the prize has been reduced from 2 mill to a piece of Bazooka Joe. And excuse me please pay the tax on that gum.... you might win it!
    This thread never was a high quality conversation - My friend vern Gilbert on the William Acquier thread.

    The fight in question having started over who owns which piece of rubble. Nicko1;2233174 On the Acquier Kim Fiasco slash thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dsimon3387 View Post
    well you know how manhood works in this society: you pop out and they might decide to cut a piece of your dick.... hello!!!

    at 13 you are warned

    at 18 you can kill people and **** a hooker

    at 21 you can drown your sorrows with beer and cigs after the hooker gets pregnant you kill somoene.



    What would Rodney Dangerfield do thats the question: UH I think I hear him now from the sky whats that Rodney? "what?? you want me to take the kid hunting and dress up as a friend of Dick Cheney's? thanks a lot!!"

    actually emevus the problem with lottery tickets in california is that the prize has been reduced from 2 mill to a piece of Bazooka Joe. And excuse me please pay the tax on that gum.... you might win it!
    Drive south of the border for a Donkey Show. It's what my dad did.

    It's also how he met my mom, but that's a different story.
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    When I turned 18, my dad sat me down and said three things:

    -Don't get married to a poor woman because she'll steal your money. Don't marry a rich woman, she'll stop you from stealing her money.

    -Don't invest in banks and gold. Guns never depreciate in value.

    -Never be afraid to speak your mind, even if it includes hitting someone.

    edit: As far as a father/son activity, you could always sit on a bench at the park and watch attractive women. I couldn't get enough of that **** when I was 14,
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    Fight him.

    I'm serious. Spar hard and then tell him what it means to be a man. Bonus points if you single leg him, get side control and then give him a noogie.

    On my 13th b-day my dad got plastered and started crying about some random ****. On my 18th he got plastered again and lost his license. I turned 20 two days ago and at 12:01 on the 29th I called him and asked him not to do anything stupid this year. He said okay.

    I saw him today and he asked me where he could order a coffee table and a new drawer online. *sigh* Some things never change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squerlli View Post
    Fight him.

    I'm serious. Spar hard and then tell him what it means to be a man. Bonus points if you single leg him, get side control and then give him a noogie.

    On my 13th b-day my dad got plastered and started crying about some random ****. On my 18th he got plastered again and lost his license. I turned 20 two days ago and at 12:01 on the 29th I called him and asked him not to do anything stupid this year. He said okay.

    I saw him today and he asked me where he could order a coffee table and a new drawer online. *sigh* Some things never change.
    That would be cool, when I was 13 I got some of the best beatings in my life courtesy of Sensei Ben, spectacular affairs requiring a bucket and cloth and even an occasional emergency room visit.... good ole Baltimore white kid comes into the hospital with a few teeth missing a gash on the forehead and an open wound on the foot brought by a tall afro american male, no questions asked! And my parents? "How are you dear? oh you went through a meat grinder how nice, how was your day?"

    ... but Squerli my son is not even 90 pounds, he is a squirt and I tip the scales at around 250... not 11% pure muscle but I am not a fatty if you catch my drift. Even if he was the Gracie patriarch himself he might have a time of it with that kind of weight advantage.... though I could give the little btard a wooden knife or two and that smart mouth of his could give Milton Berle a run for his money!

    BTW I have a soft spot for squirels as I refer to my wife of ten plus years as "chipmunk albet occasionally as Squirrel" and where did you get that gem of a sig from Omega?! haha damn haha I mean my first reaction was "jesus if I ever piss Omega off,if he feels the need to choke me a bit, hit me a bit or otherwise gang Sou with impunity that woud pale by comparison
    This thread never was a high quality conversation - My friend vern Gilbert on the William Acquier thread.

    The fight in question having started over who owns which piece of rubble. Nicko1;2233174 On the Acquier Kim Fiasco slash thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dsimon3387 View Post
    ... but Squerli my son is not even 90 pounds, he is a squirt
    Take him to the gym.
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    as far as theology, I think its the fact you do something to mark the occasion that matters, not the illogical beliefs passed down to you. Also I think your falling into the trap of thinking really grand about this. Why don't you just do something like go on a trip with him to anywhere in North America, his choice.
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    1. Sign him up for some volunteer work in some manner where you can gauge his hard work.

    2. Reward him for work appropriately at the end.

    3. Show him a way to reinvest that reward for his own future.
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