May 21st 2010 2:22AM Adults are buying the bin as storage for their childrens toys. By the time my sister was 2 she was taking toys in and out of her bin on her own. But while we had a chest our parents didnt let us use the lid till we were 5. Our lid folded all the way over backwards and then our parents just put it against the wall so we couldnt mess with it.
May 7th 2010 2:38AM This is also the first time no ones blamed Obama, the government in general or illegals.!
May 5th 2010 4:53AM WTF does this have to do with unemployment?
Apr 30th 2010 3:51AM Who put your panties in a bunch? Nowadays people understand what epilepsy is. Back when the Topeka asylum was opened epileptics were considered freaks. ANYONE with a difference was usually shut away. I've encountered this in MODERN times, being an amputee from a young age the school councilors tried to put me in special education classes with the children who have downs syndrome because they worried i "wouldn't develop properly". I'm 19 and graduated 4th in my class with only a .004 difference in mine and the valedictorian's gpa.
Feb 5th 2010 8:28PM Come on people he could have jammed it in someones eye or nose or someone could have swollowed it and gotten hurt.....well the same could be said for that #2 pencil he probably has in his bag too.
Jan 16th 2010 3:06PM I agree. the one time we got a puppy as a gift the whole family knew it was coming and we sat down and decided as a family what dog to get and where while Santa got us kids toys and other nessessities to raise and train it correctly. If your going to get a pet for christmas thats how you should do it in my opinion
Jan 12th 2010 4:03AM Youve never looked at the buisness end of a male and female pig before have you? and even if the pig was castrated you can still see its wee wee if you stand to the side of it by three feet and crouch down and look under it. At 300lbs its probably pretty tall.
Jan 5th 2010 11:58PM Jimbo i believe the Sgt. May intended on adopting the pup if he put so much trouble into taking her home.
Dec 10th 2009 1:27PM A common vet practice around here is for your dog to suddenly get 'cancer' and when you can't pay for the treatment and try to schedual euthanasia for your pet to end its suffering they have a policy of doing one final checkup and oh my what a miracle it went into remission. While it seems sick i do not blame my dad for taking the family dog when he got old and fell off the back of the truck (he slipped his clip) and broke his leg bad enough bone was showing through (he was 12 and half blind to begin with) and putting a bullet in him. While considered cruel its better and cheaper then the potiential 4000 the vet said it would have taken to fix a broken leg and ther was no indication he would live.
Dec 1st 2009 1:36AM My dog bella sleeps outside in her doghouse (texas dosnt get pretty cold) or in the washroom if its overly wet/cold/ or just plain nasty. She turned 9 on thanksgiving so shes sleeping inside more and more. Right now our house is having major construction going on and huge chunks are missing out of our fence so we are having to keep her on a chain....ugh i hate even thinking of my poor girl on a chain. her chain catches on her blankets in her dog house and drags them out into the mud and leaves her with nothing to sleep with to keep warm when we arnt there to put them back :( this would be wounderfull for me to stuff and put in her house as the chain would not catch on anything loose and then it can easily be dragged in the house when she spends the night.
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