Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Flabo, Dec 19, 2015.
Yesterday I volunteered at my sons class holiday party. They made these little snowmen out of socks filled with rice. It featured a dangerous looking toothpick for a nose. "Whys his nose so pointy I asked?"
"So if he finds the elf on the shelf he can peck his eyes out!" my son said with a satisfied smile.
Good grief - you are right!
While they are cute, it's like handing kids a pack of toothpicks and saying "have fun and don't get the blood on the new couch".
You know, this is cute and all, and I can't really find serious fault with the parents, but it's just so odd that parents these days are nearly obsessed with putting their children on the internet for everyone to see. How will that affect these children as they get older?
Agree. But they will start putting themselves on the Internet (or their friends will snap their picture and do it for them) in about 5th grade. It sucks, but the world has changed.
It's true, we're in a different time now.
My daughter is on Snapchat all time and I'm like STOOOOPPPP
But these pics are adorable
cute as a button
I have pics of my first in a Santa outfit as an infant. He wasn't as cooperative as this kid posing for pics though.
Haha! Mine either....his first Christmas he cried through it all,I was so inexperienced and stressed out....good times
Shut it......It's a Mad mad etc is on here in NY!! I'm cracking up!
Shut it? Moi?
Whenever people say that, I'm reminded of this song. It's a great hymn/tribute to xenophobia and resistance to change.