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Just did some online Christmas shopping for my little nephews. Man, I wish my uncles bought me gifts, I think it happened only one time and that was 35 years ago :lol::frown::sick:

12 year old got this detailed action figure set. He’s a big fan of the original movie.
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The 10 year old likes He-Man cartoons and Thundercats cartoons. He‘s always saying how much he enjoys seeing my old figures. Now he can open his own
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Now that I have toys covered my brother is going to handle sneakers for them. Nike outlets here we come.
 
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Just did some online Christmas shopping for my little nephews. Man, I wish my uncles bought me gifts, I think it happened only one time and that was 35 years ago :lol::frown::sick:

12 year old got this detailed action figure set. He’s a big fan of the original movie.
1575259883644.jpeg


The 10 year old likes He-Man cartoons and Thundercats cartoons. He‘s always saying how much he enjoys seeing my old figures. Now he can open his own
1575260152827.jpeg
1575260479096.jpeg


Now that I have toys covered my brother is going to handle sneakers for them. Nike outlets here we come.
Have your nephew seen all of the Karate Kid movies? Is the first one his favorite? I have always like KK2 more. Kumiko was prob my first movie crush haha. Just YouTubed the tea ceremony part hahah
 
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Have your nephew seen all of the Karate Kid movies? Is the first one his favorite? I have always like KK2 more. Kumiko was prob my first movie crush haha. Just YouTubed the tea ceremony part hahah
He’s seen part 1 & 2 but not part 3. I misplaced that one or let someone borrow it. His favorite is part 1 because of the music in it and he memorized the dialogue damn near word for word, lol.

My favorite scene from 2 was the beginning when they tell you Allie dumped Daniel for a UCLA football player and she wrecked his classic convertible too. Poor Daniel looked so irritated :lol:

Really? Nice. Haha, my first movie crush was Phobe Cates in ‘Fast times at Ridgemont High’. It was filmed in my High School (Van Nuys) and the San Fernando Valley where I live. Time keeps passing and the area keeps changing more and more.
 
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Just did some online Christmas shopping for my little nephews. Man, I wish my uncles bought me gifts, I think it happened only one time and that was 35 years ago :lol::frown::sick:

12 year old got this detailed action figure set. He’s a big fan of the original movie.
1575259883644.jpeg


The 10 year old likes He-Man cartoons and Thundercats cartoons. He‘s always saying how much he enjoys seeing my old figures. Now he can open his own
1575260152827.jpeg
1575260479096.jpeg


Now that I have toys covered my brother is going to handle sneakers for them. Nike outlets here we come.
I was so sick when i lost panthros nunchucks
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So I went to the Brooklyn Nets game yesterday. At halftime I went to the bathroom and then got some food. When I get back to my seat this family took it over with 2 kids (~10 yrs old) in the seats that belonged to my friend and I. We politely tell them that they're in our seats so they move over without much of a fuss. I'm not sure where their original seats were but the two kids decided that they'd just share the seat next to me.

The whole second half they were pretty annoying. They would try to wrestle each other and of course they kept bumping me in the process. So I tap one of them and ask them to stop and they do. Then after they stopped wrestling one kid wouldn't shut up about how there's not enough room and they're so squished. In my mind I was thinking, "No s***, there's two of you in a seat designed for 1 person". Whenever the "MAKE SOME NOISE" graphic would come up on the jumbotron instead of directing their screams and cheers towards the court they would just shriek into each other's ears. By the 4th quarter I guess they both lost interest and they took out their phones and started watching Youtube videos with maxed out volume. Granted we were in an NBA arena so the noise was almost drowned out but still kind of annoying. And then every minute or so one of the kids would scream. "HOW MUCH TIME IS LEFT? WHO IS WINNING? WHAT'S THE SCORE?".

TL;DR: Kids were being annoying at basketball game. Parents do pretty much nothing to keep them in check.
Maybe I should've said something, but I figured kids will be kids. I think I'm just more mad that the Nets lost a close one :lol:
 
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