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[WDT] HOPPY EASTER [NSFW]

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bewildered, Mar 29, 2024.

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  1. bewildered

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    My neighbors are actually flying down to TX to see it. The husband has family in that area so they will stay with family and observe the event. I like @Kubla Kahn 's explanation of the wonder and importance of this event.
     
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    If Disney World was truly for kids then explain how EPCOT can provide me such a wonderful booze buzz.
     
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    EPCOT may have started out for kids, but it pivoted to drunken adults a long time ago. Case in point- the many booze and food themed special events. My wife, daughter (underage) and I drank our way around EPCOT two years ago during one such event. Never mind the bars/pubs in each country.
     
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    from the sounds of it, everyone and their dog is coming here. The nearest down is setting up massive port-a-potty stations in a half dozen places around town. I can only imagine the literal shitstorm that's about to hit. Would be a very bad time for someone to have a medical issue. Trying not to jinx myself.
     
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    I can’t imagine a bar tab at a Disney resort.
     
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    I have developed amnesia over the food and drink prices at Disney. It was bad, real bad. I also didn't know until we got there that it's totally ok to bring in outside food. All the spring break kids knew it. So there's your pro-tip of the day.
     
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    I pre-bought cards. But I can imagine they put cruise ship tabs to shame.
     
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    No kidding, eh? She has a habit of doing amazing stuff like that.
     
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    Thank you!

    Although... I should spend more time biking and less time baking, or my ass is going to be the next solar event.
     
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    So my ENT appointment finally went down yesterday (that one final blizzard postponed it for a week). Hearing test showed the nerve is working and the ear…isn’t. Doctor thinks it’s gotta be infection related due to all the illness, so he poked a hole in my eardrum and now I have to put drops in twice a day. Then in 10 days if it isn’t better…well, I hope it’s better.
     
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    My 9 year old son used the riding mower and cut the grass for the first time. Finally, that cheap labor like I was at his age! He did it safely, didn't hit anything or run over stuff he shouldn't. He is autistic, so some spots he ran over 30 times and he missed about 100 square feet, and he said weeee a lot, but I'm overall happy with this new skill he has.
     
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    can you come teach my kids?
     
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    Cake up to get caked up
     
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    It’s funny how time works, and a movie like “The Ringer” has become far less offensive than “I Am Sam”.

    ….at least Johnny Knoxville didn’t insist on surrounding himself with actual retarded people.
     
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    It was actually pretty easy to teach him. We just started about seven years ago, letting him drive everything from the ski boat, various power wheels, moved up to gas powered atv at 5 years old, gas go-kart at 6, gas dirt bike at 7, Stacyc 20e at 8, my Nissan titan on our dirt road after checking the mail. He started pulling the lawn trailer with the riding mower last year at 8, while putting in our french drain. Aftet all that, all I had to do was turn on the blades and say be careful.
     
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    When I first learned how to mow, I ran over a little dogwood tree we had. I screamed and cried. Mom assured me she didn’t like the tree anyway. She was lying.
     
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    We have two very small dogwoods we planted two years ago. I put a couple of his toys right next to them. That's what I meant when I said he didn't run over anything he wasn't supposed to. I'd rather let him make some mistakes and have accidents than him grow up with limited life skills, but I knew he wouldn't run over his own shit.
     
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    That made me laugh.

    Maybe I don't know what a dogwood tree is. I can't imagine being able to run over a tree with a normal riding mower. I even googled "dogwood tree" and still don't get it.
     
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    When they're small, mine are still only a little over a foot tall. They were about 8 inches tall when planted. We got them in the mail for Arbor Day.
     
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