Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Potter Parents

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  1. Still better than religious parenting.

  2. themanwhosoldtheworld

    When I grow up, I’ll convince my kid that there’s a man. A man so sweet and kind that he he flies around driven by reindeers and provides the whole world with presents in less than 3 days.
    And I will watch him fall and crumble when I tell him that he doesn’t exist and that all these years daddy’s been lying to your ignorant, naive face!

  3. I was thinking of convincing my kids to never vote. Never leave the house on election day because no matter who you vote in, it will always be garbage. Garbage in, garbage out.

  4. When I grow up, I’ll convince my kid there’s a man… I won’t say a “hero,” ’cause, what’s a hero? But sometimes, there’s a man, well, he’s the man for his time and place. He fits right in there, in Los Angeles. And even if he’s a lazy man, quite possibly the laziest in Los Angeles County, which would place him high in the runnin’ for laziest worldwide… But sometimes there’s a man. Sometimes, there’s a man.

  5. Dawn, you’re the dude, man!

    Alicia, I’d laugh my ass off if I was a passerby and saw a kid do a kamikaze run into a brick pillar!

  6. @goober No, they have to die first to be disappointed. This kid only has to live 11 years.

  7. I’ve already started to convince my kids that I’m not really a Libyan terrorist dictator in hiding. It’s not going so well, though.

  8. I haven’t seen Harry potter. I was born in the 80′s and missed that boat. Happy to let this one go through to the keeper.

  9. I havent seen Harry Potter either, as I was born a straight male.

  10. IDENTIFYING as a straight male is not quite the same thing, Steeeever.

  11. Does anyone know where I can score some ricin? I want to go to King’s Cross station, too…

  12. Yeah, he is not going to do that.

  13. then on his 12th birthday he will hang himself in the garage with white rhinestone belt that his retarded mother bought him.

  14. There’s actually not a pillar between platforms nine and ten. Artistic liberties.

  15. Not sure if this person realised but there is actually a platform 9 and 3/4s at King’s Cross Station with half a trolley sticking out of it…
    That might foil their plans.

  16. Ha! Thanks, francescaff.

    I’m guessing Network Rail is a private enterprise, because the people working for government-run transport divisions have no senses of humour.

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