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This Will Be My Life Soon

September 29th, 2009 by skippy

I talk too much. My wife talks too much. Chances are, my kids will inherit the “talk too much” gene. Or will be intelligently designed to talk too much if that’s your thing.

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23 Responses to “This Will Be My Life Soon”

  1. Bane Says:

    I’m not having kids until they come with a mute button installed


    eskimo jack reply on September 29th, 2009 9:41 pm:



    Ihmhi reply on September 30th, 2009 3:28 am:

    Well it’s considered a bug that they don’t ship without one, but if you get your hands on the Pacifier 2.0 patch then you won’t have that much of a problem.

    After a few years though the patch wears out and you’re going to need to look into the upgrades, Candy 4.6, Allowance 3.2, and Dad I Just Need Like 20 Bucks For Gas Money I Swear 4.3.2.


    Sicarius reply on September 30th, 2009 5:40 am:

    Don’t forget the incredibly expensive but worth it Off To College 1.18


  2. Stickfodder Says:

    This video is less cute when you realize that after listening to that for the next 6 hours they threw the baby out the window.


    StoneWolf reply on September 30th, 2009 4:16 am:

    You’re kidding right?


    Stickfodder reply on September 30th, 2009 6:01 am:

    God I hope so.

    Captcha: “scholz July” Yeah I think someone should start school in July and just never stop going.


  3. Alexandra Says:

    Two words: duct tape. Unless they’ve got a stuffed nose, it won’t kill ’em.


    StoneWolf reply on September 30th, 2009 6:37 am:

    It’ll also hold ’em to walls and shit if you use enough. Half the time they think its fun. I don’t know why people keep trying to leave their kids with me.


    Alexandra reply on September 30th, 2009 1:16 pm:

    Possibly so they cam blame you for any damage to the kid? They keep doing it to me too.


    Speed reply on October 1st, 2009 12:14 pm:

    I got a buddy that tells his kids that if they don’t get quiet he will play pinata with them by duck taping them to the ceiling fan and hitting them with a stick. He told me that he had to stop when the kids ran to get duck tape and a baseball bat, and then begged him to really do it.

    Me, I don’t that kind of will power. “But officer, they begged me to!”

  4. Anonymous and STILL Employed Says:

    At least you only suspect they’ll get the “talk too much gene” I KNOW that my brothers have it. One of them even has the “Won’t stop despite carrying out serious threats of physical harm” gene and another has the “Always right even if he states idiot things like the sky is green” gene.

    But you can always hope.


  5. StoneWolf Says:

    Now just wait ’till there’s actually words that you’ll have to remember lest your little princess become upset because Daddy doesn’t listen to her.


  6. TheShadowCat Says:

    Chances are one with talk your ear off and the other will be as quiet as a mouse. It’s the quiet one you have to watch out for. While the talker is distracting you, the mouse will be up to something…usually destructive.


  7. lukazaz Says:

    may the FSM help you on your child quest…. now IMHO my first born loves to play with my FSM plushy so… if that keeps her happy and “quiet” may the FSM Plushy be fun!!!


  8. kat Says:

    Mine is 16 months and “talks” alot. Just wait until they learn how to run, then grab the remote/phone/Game controller and take off down the hallway with it. She also makes us get up to play ring around the rosey with her, and has recently learned how to spin herself until she gets dizzy and falls down, which is always amusing.


  9. Kitty Says:

    ring around the rosey? Is that same as ring-a-ring-a-roses? confuzzled.

    I’m engaged and got all this to come haven’t I? And I’m taking on two teenage kids already that won’t shut up! Least I can slap them up the back of the head.


    CCO reply on September 30th, 2009 11:17 am:

    Probably: Ring a round the rosie, pocket full of poseys, Ashes! Ashes! All fall down!

    (I think that’s right; it’s been a while.)


    Minty reply on September 30th, 2009 1:38 pm:

    It’s one of those weird whisper-down-the-centuries effects. Basically, it’s the Plague Song.


    Kitty reply on October 5th, 2009 10:30 am:

    “ring-a-ring-a-roses, a pocketful of posies, atissue atissue we all fall down.”

    Supposedly came from the circular rashes that were the sign of the plague, and the posies that people carried to try and ward it off. Least thats what i was told at school.


    Minty reply on October 5th, 2009 2:22 pm:

    I was taught “Ring around the rosies, pocket full of posies. Ashes, ashes, we all fall down.” See? Whisper down the centuries.

  10. kat Says:

    That was actually disproved on Snopes.com
    … what? I have alot of free time at work


  11. bufftastic Says:

    It’s possessed by the crazy frog! Aiiiiiee


    IF you are somehow unfamiliar with crazy frog… count yourself lucky.


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