Sunday, June 19, 2011

Happy Father's Day!

The following audio-book is extremely Not Safe For Work. Or to be played anywhere near children.

However, I do believe that most fathers can understand, if not sympathize, with Samuel L. Jackson's rendition of this particular book.


But you really should be careful where you play this video.

Trust me.


Happy Father's Day!

LawDog

13 comments:

Tolewyn said...

If you only knew how close to reality this is on a daily basis...The wife and I about killed ourselves laughing.

Tole

Suz said...

I read it a couple of weeks ago, but the audio is AWESOME!!!

stopsign said...

My son always finds those same excuses to try not to sleep..I say those words in my head a lot..

Thanks for posting this~Made me laugh

Old NFO said...

Oh yeah... :-)

Christina LMT said...

Instant flashback to Silver's toddlerhood!

Especially the crying part. Sleep deprivation=easy tears.

fuzzys dad said...

Good One and so True

Gopher said...

If you haven't said it..........you wanted to. :>)

Jedi Knight Ivyan said...

Too true. Thankfully my three year old has finally learned to fall asleep on her own. It took a long time to get to that point. And praise the Lord, the new baby is pretty easy along those lines.

zdogk9 said...

bought this for my niece and two other friends who will be having their first child in the near future.

commoncents said...

Thank You for posting this

Steve
Common Cents
http://www.commoncts.blogspot.com

Nancy said...

Loved this! It sounds as if it was written about our house....

geoffbeneze said...

Civilization?

When we're at war, we're dealing with barbarians. Barbarians do not understand the language of civilization.

The only way to communicate with the Barbarian is to use the language he understands. That language is generally violence.

Maybe we should adopt the haka, and, for the first time since Viet Nam, show that we really mean it and will back it up.

Toastrider said...

Dawww! It's been removed!