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PATO 1
07-20-2006, 04:34 PM
hey whats up people so how has your day been

ive had a real funny day 2day went 2 town 2day with one of my mates to buy boxing monthly coz im goin 2 scotland with my dad for 5days an needed somethin 2 read

anyway so we had a brilliant laugh in town and when we came back 2 mine to just sitoff we decided 2 have a boxing match in my garden lmao so i got my boxing gloves/mouthpieces/headguard and got ready thinkin it would be quite hard

anyway we decided 2 take it quite serious an had a alarm 2 go off every 3mins etc

so we came out for ''round 1'' and he starts swingin like a madman tryin 2 knock my head off but i moved round an doged most so after the bell in a round were i didnt throw a punch i lay down on the sun loungers used 4 corners start 2 drink my lucozade and see him breathin heavy an his head dropped back

so anyway round 2 im circling firing jabs out while he is head huntin so he eventually caught me with a WILD haymaker an i stumble round but he couldnt finish me off

end of round hes breeathin like bob sapp but i felt ok

so anyway next round i whupped him big time until my mum come home for her dinner hour an started shoutin at us lol

brilliant day so how was yours :boxing: :cool: :D

* FeistyWench *
07-20-2006, 04:42 PM
hey whats up people so how has your day been

ive had a real funny day 2day went 2 town 2day with one of my mates to buy boxing monthly coz im goin 2 scotland with my dad for 5days an needed somethin 2 read

anyway so we had a brilliant laugh in town and when we came back 2 mine to just sitoff we decided 2 have a boxing match in my garden lmao so i got my boxing gloves/mouthpieces/headguard and got ready thinkin it would be quite hard

anyway we decided 2 take it quite serious an had a alarm 2 go off every 3mins etc

so we came out for ''round 1'' and he starts swingin like a madman tryin 2 knock my head off but i moved round an doged most so after the bell in a round were i didnt throw a punch i lay down on the sun loungers used 4 corners start 2 drink my lucozade and see him breathin heavy an his head dropped back

so anyway round 2 im circling firing jabs out while he is head huntin so he eventually caught me with a WILD haymaker an i stumble round but he couldnt finish me off

end of round hes breeathin like bob sapp but i felt ok

so anyway next round i whupped him big time until my mum come home for her dinner hour an started shoutin at us lol

brilliant day so how was yours :boxing: :cool: :D
nothing at all exciting happened today, but i noticed a lot of cool NEW things (developmental) about my son today. he is 3 and he is such a little adult sometimes. he brings me a lot of joy.

K-DOGG
07-20-2006, 04:45 PM
nothing at all exciting happened today, but i noticed a lot of cool NEW things (developmental) about my son today. he is 3 and he is such a little adult sometimes. he brings me a lot of joy.

Okay, do elaborate. What did he do? :)

PATO 1
07-20-2006, 04:47 PM
yeah.............

* FeistyWench *
07-20-2006, 04:56 PM
Okay, do elaborate. What did he do? :)
sorry to bore everyone else, but for example:
- his tendency for empathy. he is right there wanting to comfort and help any one in pain or needs help (great helper too)
- helping get himself dressed better
- using my own words against me. reminding me of rules. (but not in a bratty way). appropriately saying the same things to me that i say to him and he is right (reminding us to put our seat belts on, be careful when carrying something up the stairs, close the refrigerator door, not to forget my purse, reminds me to share when my hubby asks for some of my favorite food, etc.)
- also saying some of my favorite expressions appropriately (right thing at the right time). before i get a chance to say something (a typical expression of mine), he says it.
- he is getting taller and his clothes are getting shorter on him
- he has a great sense of humor
- he is so proud of his accomplishments
- he is a great problem-solver (unique ways of reasoning things out)
- when i give him 2 choices he proposes a 3rd choice. he likes to make a bargain. lol!

he used to think like such a toddler now he is like a child and sometimes even like a little adult.

PATO 1
07-20-2006, 05:01 PM
lmfaoooo an your kid id only 3 thats brilliant

platinummatt
07-20-2006, 05:11 PM
lol nice one. He shall have great things

K-DOGG
07-20-2006, 05:22 PM
sorry to bore everyone else, but for example:
- his tendency for empathy. he is right there wanting to comfort and help any one in pain or needs help (great helper too)
- helping get himself dressed better
- using my own words against me. reminding me of rules. (but not in a bratty way). appropriately saying the same things to me that i say to him and he is right (reminding us to put our seat belts on, be careful when carrying something up the stairs, close the refrigerator door, not to forget my purse, reminds me to share when my hubby asks for some of my favorite food, etc.)
- also saying some of my favorite expressions appropriately (right thing at the right time). before i get a chance to say something (a typical expression of mine), he says it.
- he is getting taller and his clothes are getting shorter on him
- he has a great sense of humor
- he is so proud of his accomplishments
- he is a great problem-solver (unique ways of reasoning things out)
- when i give him 2 choices he proposes a 3rd choice. he likes to make a bargain. lol!

he used to think like such a toddler now he is like a child and sometimes even like a little adult.

LOL!!! Sounds to me like he's got a combination of good genes and good parents. ;)

* FeistyWench *
07-20-2006, 05:25 PM
LOL!!! Sounds to me like he's got a combination of good genes and good parents. ;)
of course i left out the negative or not-so-flattering things out. today was just one of those days where i really observed him and noticed the change in his personality and skills.




do you have any kids?

K-DOGG
07-20-2006, 05:33 PM
of course i left out the negative or not-so-flattering things out. today was just one of those days where i really observed him and noticed the change in his personality and skills.




do you have any kids?

No. I never really thought about having any; and was real careful during my single life to make sure I didn't have any unexpected surprises. However, my sister just had her first a couple of years ago and she's my doll. I really love that kid. So weird to me; but it's amazing how a little person being excited that you're coming over for a visit can just light your day up. Then they run up and hug you and give you "sugar" or "lovins" and the big tough guy just melts away.

My sister and I are real close and I was happy as could be when she had her little girl. I swear, though, that kid's gonna be more spoiled than any other child on the planet. On her first birthday, all these people from my sister's church came over and you'd a thought she was the messiah she got so much attention. I joked with my sis, "Hey, where's the gold, frankensinc and mur?"

Oh well, my wife has a 19 year old daughter and she's recently been asking how I felt about foster kids and what-not; but I want to be in a better place financially before I committ to something like that. 'sides, I got the best little niece in the world; and my best friend just had a littel girl 6 months after my sister. So, I can forsee babysittin' in the future...and getting to give 'em back when their bad. lol.

* FeistyWench *
07-20-2006, 05:46 PM
No. I never really thought about having any; and was real careful during my single life to make sure I didn't have any unexpected surprises. However, my sister just had her first a couple of years ago and she's my doll. I really love that kid. So weird to me; but it's amazing how a little person being excited that you're coming over for a visit can just light your day up. Then they run up and hug you and give you "sugar" or "lovins" and the big tough guy just melts away.

My sister and I are real close and I was happy as could be when she had her little girl. I swear, though, that kid's gonna be more spoiled than any other child on the planet. On her first birthday, all these people from my sister's church came over and you'd a thought she was the messiah she got so much attention. I joked with my sis, "Hey, where's the gold, frankensinc and mur?"

Oh well, my wife has a 19 year old daughter and she's recently been asking how I felt about foster kids and what-not; but I want to be in a better place financially before I committ to something like that. 'sides, I got the best little niece in the world; and my best friend just had a littel girl 6 months after my sister. So, I can forsee babysittin' in the future...and getting to give 'em back when their bad. lol.
you're my age (35), right? i can't imagine having a 19 year-old step-kid. how is that? do you 2 have a good relationship?
ultimately you have 2 do what feels right for you. my niece and nephew were just like my own kids until i finally had my own. they still have a special place in my heart - similar to the feeling you have toward your niece.

K-DOGG
07-20-2006, 06:00 PM
you're my age (35), right? i can't imagine having a 19 year-old step-kid. how is that? do you 2 have a good relationship?
ultimately you have 2 do what feels right for you. my niece and nephew were just like my own kids until i finally had my own. they still have a special place in my heart - similar to the feeling you have toward your niece.

Step-daughter...man that sounds weird. lol! We get along okay. My wife tells me she thinks "I'm awesome"; but, in truth, she's in college and was living with her dad when I came into the picture, so I don't really know her that well. From what I do know, she's a good kid, smart, motivated, etc; but with her share of flaws. Overall, she's a good kid, though. Still, because I don't know her that well or see her that much, my role is limited if not non-existant and I know that...and that's okay.

I'd played a "dad role", sort of, several years before; and I still think about the kid every now and then and how he's gone downhill at last report...but what are ya gonna do? Some things are meant to be and some are not; and I know I'm better off with my wife, whom I love and who loves me....you always think about the kids, though.

Some people just weren't meant to be parents; and I did make a conscious choice that wanting to be a father was not going to be the reason I settled with anyone because I felt that that would mean I wouldn't see what ever woman I married for who she was instead of what she could give me...if that makes any sense. I decided if it happens, it happens; but it wasn't going to be my goal. So, here I am; and I am happy....but of course, I'm always going to wonder about certain things and tangents in life...but that's part of life. The important thing is I have no regrets. :)

Oh..and yeah, you and I are the same age.

PATO 1
07-20-2006, 06:02 PM
wow you 2 peeps WAAAAAY OLDER THAN ME :D :D :D ;)

platinummatt
07-20-2006, 06:03 PM
youd be a great dad

K-DOGG
07-20-2006, 06:08 PM
Why thank you P-Mutt. ;)


...and jes you wait, El Terrible :D

* FeistyWench *
07-20-2006, 06:10 PM
youd be a great dad
thanks!













just joking! ;) :D

platinummatt
07-20-2006, 06:11 PM
lol with the right adaptions lol

* FeistyWench *
07-20-2006, 06:13 PM
wow you 2 peeps WAAAAAY OLDER THAN ME :D ;)
you are only as old as you act and feel.

i seriously still feel like i am in my mid-20s.
and of course, it helps that i don't look my age ;)

PATO 1
07-20-2006, 06:34 PM
pics pleaseee

* FeistyWench *
07-20-2006, 07:31 PM
pics pleaseee

http://www.boxingscene.com/forums/showthread.php?t=77906

and for a more recent pic: the chat thread, post #56

PATO 1
07-20-2006, 07:45 PM
your very pretty like how old r again i'd guess about ermm 38





































jokeeee

* FeistyWench *
07-20-2006, 07:55 PM
i get "grief" frequently from people in my work who question my credentials and expertise because of how young i look.
once this big red neck (i mean your stereotypical minimally educated southern red neck) sneers at me and asks in a condescendng manner, "just how old are you little missy? 19, 20?" then made some crude comment about how i couldn;t possibly know anything. i resisted the urge to retort back, "yes, i am quite sure that you have **** stained underwear older than me" :cool: :rolleyes:

Crumble
07-20-2006, 08:00 PM
you do look really youngt hough, in that pic you look around my age or at least within pulling range lol.

* FeistyWench *
07-20-2006, 08:13 PM
you do look really youngt hough, in that pic you look around my age or at least within pulling range lol.
i know! trust me, i think i would prefer that mature, sexy, alluring look. but i got that young, cute, innocent look. :o

The Noose
07-20-2006, 08:26 PM
I cant wait till Wenchy hits 42....ur gonna look great!

Anyway. My day has been fun.
But im hungry and cant be arsed going into detail.

I went out with my camera and took pics of Big Ben. Somthing which i have always wanted to do.
It was cool.

jason100x
07-20-2006, 09:04 PM
Today was a good day. After a problem free day at work, where I had time to do my writing on my book, I went to Manhattan and picked up the Teddy Atlas biography. It was good enough to get about 35 pages done on the subway ride back home.

BrooklynBomber
07-20-2006, 10:09 PM
My day sucked major ass, I kust found out that my socalled "friends" did not tell me about the party where I was invited, the worst thing is that there was this girl that I fancy, and she was there. **** it, if it was not for me they all(my friends) would all be virgins. ****ers.
I am going to get mojor drunk tomorrow and resort to my old ways now, friends and relationships are not worth it anymore.

BrooklynBomber
07-20-2006, 10:21 PM
****, I realised, I am *****ing too much, like a ****in child.
I guess my weekend will start tonight.

LOLORSKATES
07-20-2006, 11:43 PM
:hitit:..not so mature, but it's still truthful :p. My day was as usual as any other days were. Just go to the gym and do what I love to do for 2 to 3 hours.

Crumble
07-21-2006, 08:22 AM
I've woken up, doing a shifts in a call centre tonight and tommorow and I have rang my uni to find out I have to hand my coursework in on the 1st, if I never rang they wouldn't have told me and eventually kicked me out, they ****ing suck.

Im going to sit in the garden and get burnt for four hours.

* FeistyWench *
07-21-2006, 08:29 AM
I've woken up, doing a shifts in a call centre tonight and tommorow and I have rang my uni to find out I have to hand my coursework in on the 1st, if I never rang they wouldn't have told me and eventually kicked me out, they ****ing suck.

Im going to sit in the garden and get burnt for four hours.
yea, when i was in university they never could tell the students anything. too many students to be arsed. plus, they feel it's your responsibility to know your status and take care of anythig that might be needed.


as for getting burnt... doesn't sound fun, unless you are by a pool, ocean, or some body of water.

* FeistyWench *
07-21-2006, 08:31 AM
My day sucked major ass, I kust found out that my socalled "friends" did not tell me about the party where I was invited, the worst thing is that there was this girl that I fancy, and she was there. **** it, if it was not for me they all(my friends) would all be virgins. ****ers.
I am going to get mojor drunk tomorrow and resort to my old ways now, friends and relationships are not worth it anymore.
sounds like they might be a bit jealous and want a chance with ther chicks before you get them all. :D

and trust me, getting majorly drunk only creates more drama and problems. just tell them strisght out that what they did was not cool and that they suck. lol!

* FeistyWench *
07-21-2006, 08:32 AM
Today was a good day. After a problem free day at work, where I had time to do my writing on my book, I went to Manhattan and picked up the Teddy Atlas biography. It was good enough to get about 35 pages done on the subway ride back home.
you are wrting a book? details please. :)

MANGLER
01-07-2010, 02:02 AM
Mine was fine. Got up, worked, came home to chill, now as usual postin away cuz I can't sleep.