Things a Man Should Know About Fatherhood

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Things every man should know about raising a child. Aww let"s hear it for dads!
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Male 432
34. At a certain point, your child will appear to survive exclusively on peanut butter, french fries, Cheerios, and hot dogs.

This is from the ages of about 4-7. I would know, I`m only 14.

63. Some parents walk around naked in front of their children.

My parents have never done this. THANK GOD.

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Female 1,172
Those are cute...except the baby sitter one *glares* lol
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Male 459
my favorite:

29. It never hurts to videotape the baby-sitter.

Especially if she`s hot.

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Male 1,385
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Shame on you KikiPeepers, and it was you that posted it the first time, even worse!

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Female 1,065
I got through the first page and got tired of reading but it is true. My Father is now at the bank stage, though I prefer to think of him as a walking wallet <3
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Female 228
haha lol. i liked #7
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Female 187
that was great.made me feel all warm inside.strange tho seeing as funnily enough, ill never be a father...but i do plan to be the fun aunt that everyone loves =D
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Female 215
And I know I have seen this some where before .. I just can`t remember where .. but most likely here.
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Female 215
Lock or no, please knock before entering, as the disruption of a youth who is spanking his monkey will be twice as traumatic for you as it is for him.

This one is my favourite.

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Male 195
I hate parents who scream there face off at cash-registor people then act all surprised when there kid throws a temper tantrum for a cookie in an asile.
So I think the entire list should be redued to "teach by example"
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Male 1,866
I can`t think of anything cheeky, or smart-ass to say.
i hate being sick.
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Male 404
haha, that was a good one
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Male 1,406
Oh, and
72. If you`re thinking that fatherhood means the end of life as you`ve known it, you, sir, are, of course, absolutely correct.
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Male 1,406
Interesting how some of them were completely serious and good facts, while some of them were complete jokes.
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Male 1,629
with the whole washing the car and other cleaning they forgot to add dirtying it up and making them clean it again lol (that`ll teach em)
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Female 560
im rather glad i wont be a father but i feel like ill miss out on these wonderful things :p
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Female 67
Anyone have any idea what Guest5386 is saying??
Number 7 is ssoo true
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Male 2,057
calm down dm
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Male 4,170
offensive bullsh..t
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Female 441
I have read this before.it reminds me of my dad
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Female 873
Lol, i thought it was good! :-)
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Female 316
That was hilarious! Especially #7, which is so true!
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Female 1,972
They forgot one: Duct tape shouldn`t be used on diapers...ever.
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Female 426
I thought this was kind of stupid...
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Male 243
7 is completely true.
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Male 356
"7. Your child, at birth, already has a deeply complicated relationship with his mother, and, for the first year, you are only a curiosity.
For a couple of years after that, an amusement-park ride.

Then, a referee.

And finally, a bank. "


--Why do I feel like I just got nailed?

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Male 90
i have to say as a father that 99.9 % of these are correct.
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Female 302
my father always say also :

Fathers are banker gave by mothers nature to their childs...

its not THAT true but its still funny :P

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Female 302
Father who bring his son fishing is a good father...

... but there a very special place in heavens for those who bring their daughter shopping ^_-

<3 my father, and he is not going to heavens, he is a politician... =P

And and Xelous, I wonder if you ever have been parents, even if you read tons of books, ask arround and stuff there one thing that strike you when they here: As much as you was sure you was prepare for it ... No one never really is :P

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Female 600
"7. Your child, at birth, already has a deeply complicated relationship with his mother, and, for the first year, you are only a curiosity.

For a couple of years after that, an amusement-park ride.

Then, a referee.

And finally, a bank."
lol so true.

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Male 2,513
What lamer needs a guide to raise their own kid. Here`s a tip: If you can`t take care of the child, don`t have it. (good to now about the nipple lip flip thing though E )
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Female 797
"We really don`t need the visual, that`s why."
Yeah, bad thoughts!

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Female 2,244
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