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Danger Will Robinson! DANGER!!


Somehow this is disturbing.

Notice to all parents who watch America's Funniest Home Videos in front of their 2 1/2 yr olds: You may want to watch the episode first so as to be warned on potential idea planting that may occur. Case in point:

Video #1 - Little boy picks booger out of nose. Looks for disposal area. Locates one. On his infant sister's head. I believe Sophia now has a new hair care product. My son was quoted as saying "Boogie. Phia" Poor girl.

Video #2 - Titled "31 Burps in 30 Seconds" That alone should have sent me diving for the lost remote but alas, I love to bring trouble upon myself. 90% of the burps were from children which sent me into convulsions of laughter and made my son think this was a good thing. This video had him belching for about 21 minutes.

I'm thinking of finding a geneticist and getting my DNA tested. I'm pretty sure that's what causes him to prove there was no switch at the hospital. He's definately mine.

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