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    Default Son's Funny Comment This Morning.

    Drove my boys to school this morning as it's raining today. On the way we drove past this kid that my son knew. He proceeded to tell me a story how last week this kid had to be physically picked up by the teacher to stop aggressive behaviour from this a-hole. He's apparently (according to my son) a right **** of a kid.

    With all this talk of dogs at home my son decided to then ask the teacher whether he "should check if the kid's parents are registered breeders, or just merely obnoxious BYBs!"

    I nearly wet myself laughing in the car when he told me. Apparently the teacher got a good laugh out of it, which was probably a good thing at the time.
    I told my son he did well, and was also probably spot on.

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    im so glad there are mums like you DA, from the few snippets you have shared with us about your son he sounds like he is going to be a marvelous man when he grows up. (hopefully not much more up he is 6'5? lol)

    Im hope when Sunny is older I will still have contact with you and be able to call on your advice to raise a good son.

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    Too funny! If you think about it though in the human world it sometimes seem we are over run with BYB's and Baby Mills...

    Just like it is in the dog world!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by rebec View Post
    im so glad there are mums like you DA, from the few snippets you have shared with us about your son he sounds like he is going to be a marvelous man when he grows up. (hopefully not much more up he is 6'5? lol)

    Im hope when Sunny is older I will still have contact with you and be able to call on your advice to raise a good son.
    6 foot 5!?! holy......

    Im 6 foot 3 and 21 years old..

    HAs he ever thought about playing professional basket ball... like.. now!? lol

    Sounds like a smart cookie

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    Da, your son is a smart boy!

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    Lol Rebec. He is now nearly 6 foot 8. And he's only 14. Sigh. It's been a bad week. It's been a bad 12 months for him, actually. I have just had to contact Logan's breeder to reorganise her arrival date. Son is in with the surgeon next Tuesday. These operations can't be put off any longer. He has lost so much. He was a State player for Tassie, and the institute of sport called him their Golden Boy. He had to give up everything, including his dream to join the Emu's. His body got him there, but now it's falling apart. Sigh. He had another accident last night, it's the final straw. We must rebuild him. It's a long, hard road back to the top. He is the best this state has right now, and some a-holes are sending him horrible text messages saying that with him gone, now they might have a chance to be noticed. Bloody kids!!!

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    aww what a beaut smart son you got DA..

    I did have a good laugh at he's choice of words

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Lol Rebec. He is now nearly 6 foot 8. And he's only 14. Sigh. It's been a bad week. It's been a bad 12 months for him, actually. I have just had to contact Logan's breeder to reorganise her arrival date. Son is in with the surgeon next Tuesday. These operations can't be put off any longer. He has lost so much. He was a State player for Tassie, and the institute of sport called him their Golden Boy. He had to give up everything, including his dream to join the Emu's. His body got him there, but now it's falling apart. Sigh. He had another accident last night, it's the final straw. We must rebuild him. It's a long, hard road back to the top. He is the best this state has right now, and some a-holes are sending him horrible text messages saying that with him gone, now they might have a chance to be noticed. Bloody kids!!!
    gentleman we can rebuild him, we have the technology....
    sorry had the music from 6million dollar man playing in my head when I read this..

    If its not too personal may I ask why he is having surgery? totally respect if it is too personal.

    he should take that as a huge compliment, with him in the team his shadow covers all the other players (possibly litterally aswell lol)
    If people learn to feed off others jealously and turn it into fuel they will reach the skies Your son already sounds like he has a great head on his shoulders so hopefully he will not let those who are not quite to his level try to get him down.

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    Aw DA, I had a good laugh at that. Ur son was quick thinking...

    I hope all goes well and he'll be as good as new soon....
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    It does get to him Rebec because he does not understand cruelty.

    He is having both of his shoulders fully reconstructed. Can't do them both at once or he can't wipe his bumb or hold his ding-dong when he goes to the toilet.
    Find out on Tuesday whether they will just do key-hole surgery, but not looking good ATM. Think he'll more than likely end up with 'open' reconstruction.

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