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My son just got back from a Notre Dame women's basketball game. He's 8-years-old and and was invited to go with a friend from school and the friend's mother. The friend's family are big ND fans (the husband is the conditioning coach for the women's basketball team).
Anyway, they just got back and the mother of his friend is talking about what a great time they had, how they beat the other team by 30-something points, and how they met the leprechaun and had a opportunity to take a picture with him.
So I turn to my son and say, "That's great! Did you have a good time?!"
He turns to me (in full view of this ND mom) and, with an angry expression on his face has this to say about the leprechaun "I WANTED TO PUNCH HIM IN THE FACE!!!"
I immediately burst out laughing (I know, I'm very bad), because I could totally understand where he was coming from. He's only 8-years-old, we live in South Bend, and he already hates the Irish.
I couldn't stop laughing after they left and my wife got angry with me.
Oh well, chip off the old block.
Pics of angry wife?
the wife is already angry with you?
minus well stick it in her butt
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Raising the kid right!
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