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"We Don't Do That In This House"

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Gunm, May 13, 2005.

  1. Gunm

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    "We Don't Do That In This House"

    Discussion started by Gunm - May 13, 2005

    When i was younger, you'd dig spending the night at a friends house or just kicking it there for the afternoon.

    But with the good, you take the bad.

    I always hated dealing with the lame ass rules some parents would lay down on you when you went about business as if you were at your own home.

    1. "We don't waste food here." this little number would most frequently be dropped when you'd spend the night and either dinner or breakfast would put the F in funk. I usually would slop the food into a nearby potted plant.

    2. "We don't use sugar here." I had one normal friend with bugged out hippie parents that would not allow sugar in the house. The mom once made us Carub chip cookies with some weird soy sweetner. Disgusting. I snuck him some sugar in a ziplock bag one time for his cereal.

    3. "We don't swear in this house." sure, you don't say fuck or any of the other big five in front of grown up but words like "Darn" or "Jerk"? I was once asked to just say "fiddlesticks" (?)
    Eventually I was banned from playing with one kid for using the word "hell"

    4. "Time for bed!" yeah....at seven in the fucking evening. What?

    5. "Now we say grace." my family never did that grace thing before meals. When other families did it, I got really creeped out. I closed my eyes and thought about Star Wars or Gi-Joe.



    Share some of your stories concerning conflicting values and/or lame ass rules of other childhood households
     
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    CACashRefund - Replied May 13, 2005

    When i was younger had a friend whos mom might have had some kind of claustrophobia because everytime i went to their house id forget that they never closed their doors. So id close the door from the living room to the dining room and his mom would start to go apeshit "NO CLOSED DOORS!" "NO CLOSED DOOOOOOOOORS!" Jesus what this bitch's problem was i never knew, My friend said that anytime she pissed him off, he go and close every door in the house and she damn near have a nervous breakdown. Only time they closed their doors was at night and the dad had to do it because she refused to close them.

    That bitch needed some serious sitdown time with Dr. Phil or something.

    When i saw "Next Friday" and they had that one mexican guy going "No more locked doors, no more locked doors" That was fucking funny because it reminded me so much of how that bitch used to be.

    It got me wondering, maybe she spent time in the pen.
     
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    Fox Mulder - Replied May 13, 2005

    my friends mom was a meth head and had locks on the fridge and she would drive her car all the way up to the front doorstep. and would freak out if you didn't lock the doors.
     
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    i used to hate staying the night at people's houses. shit, i'd chill til 3 in the morning, but when it came to sleeping, i got the fuck up outta there.

    anyway, the times i did try to stay over this one friend's house, we'd never do anything. this nigga had a super nintendo, a sega genesis, a big screen tv, deluxe board games with gold and silver pieces, wrestling toys, and a pool. he'd g me up like, "yeah man, we're gonna do this, this, and this! it's gonna be phat!" we'd just sit around while his alcoholic father watched nascar and shouted at his kids using some incoherent drunk language and his mother chain-smoked, aggravating her emphysema. we'd have to be in bed by like 8 or 9, and you had to practically whisper when talking. the only good thing about going there is i saw my first set of tits when his sister told her brothers to close their eyes while she changed her shirt. they did, i didn't.
     
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    Dick Quickwood - Replied May 13, 2005

    my freinds mom raised up her shirt and showed me her new bra once, she bought me a 40 one time, i'm not sure if she knew it was for me though.
     
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    dude, hve you guys ever been to some kids house and it smells really wierd?
     
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    Dick Quickwood - Replied May 14, 2005

    oh yeah. my freind's grandma's apartment always had this smell, it wasn't a bad smell, but weird, like soap and something burning. a time or two, the cigarettes i got from him tasted like his house smelled.
     
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    fermentor666 - Replied May 14, 2005

    YO DAWG WE USED TO SHOOT BURNERS AND SHIT AND THIS DUDES PARENTS WERE LIKE DON'T SHOOT THAT SHIT AND I WAS LIKE FUCK YOU I'M FROM THE STREETS AND SHIT MAN I DIDN'T HAVE A CHILDHOOD
     
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    fatbastard - Replied May 14, 2005

    My friend told me once that when he would visit his friends house they would make him wash his hands before he looked at photos.

    This one girls parents i knew were a bit too supportive of her graf...Writers would be in and out of her house and her parents would call them by what they wrote a lot of the times, I'm not kidding her dad would go bombing around the block sometimes and be like "put me up" It was always fun at her house. Last i heard she was around the world hitting cleans.
     
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    useurname - Replied May 14, 2005

    oh shit thats crazy
     
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    Damn Lens, your buddies parents sound like Ned and Maud Flanders. :yuck:
     
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    If that's true that's hillarious! :haha:
    What's the girl write?
     
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