I wouldn't cry, so my Father reached out and pinched my leg. That's outrage you're seeing, not fear of the barber.
Saturday, January 13, 2007 @2:37:34 PM
Boy... pinched legs, second dunk in the toilet... your parents sure knew how to have fun with kids, didn't they? No wonder you're a banjo picker: REVENGE!! 8->
Jeff Markham Says:
Friday, December 11, 2009 @9:58:28 AM
That's Roscoe Wilson doing the barbering. He was a part-time barber and part-time farmer. I remember him using a flame to singe hair when working on a white-headed old guy. Smelly!
Monday, March 9, 2015 @10:20:59 AM
Your parents sound like mine. As I got older it just moved to making me get up at 6 am (I was only 10 too) and carry water from the creek to water every tomato plant and every other vegetable we had in our garden. Then sometimes again before the sun went down. I can remember mummbeling under my breath "I hate you" little did I know my daddy was sculpting me into the hard working girl I am today. I won't quit nor stop until I'm up against a wall and someone makes me stop. I guess that's a good thing. My mom & dad are the best but they would do stuff to me just for their own laugh!!! It's funny now but it wasn't then! Lol
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