217 thoughts on “Why Parents Should Not Text :)

  1. Ok funny, hilarious, at first I was a little miffed, being the one that taught my kids that now range in age from 42 to 50 how to use a computer, cell phone and the rest, we sort of still to this day have a reverse situation. Then I came up with the bright idea that if we all played computer games we could stay in touch more often, you know, MMORPG’s, World of Warcraft, how do you suppose that went? LOL

  2. oh my goodness – I am laughing out loud so hard right now at your Why Parents Should Not Text post – I am a mom of a grown daughter, with my own experiences of learning to text – oh so funny – so I totally appreciate all those uh-oh’s! Stopped by because you followed my blog – thank you so much! So glad I did – love your posts!!

  3. I liked the message with ‘we are thinking of buying you a new car’. What a clever way to attract attention.
    You have a lot of interesting posts here on your blog. I had a great time exploring it. Thanks for following my blog and that ways helping me discovering yours. 🙂
    One more thing which calls for applause is that you take time to reply to each of the comments. Kudos and lol (lots of love).

      1. Yes we are definitely enjoying the summer break. Summer is a very small window where I live in UK for sunny days are far in between.
        Well…Dhruv is an Indian name and since in american accent the sound ‘dh’ is missing, he can be called as Droov. 🙂

  4. Shudder. Your post on mums emails reminds me of when a very dear friend, sent me the following helpful message: “You can’t go down the A22.” Unfortunately, she misspelled the second word. She is very, very lucky I am fond of her.

    I have to say I really like your blog. The variety is brilliant. I found great inspiration in “waking people up before alarm clocks” i.e banging a pole on their window. I have decided to try a similar method on my teenage son which will involve me prodding him from his bedroom doorway with a very long stick (I fear he may be less than impressed, but it’s worth a go).

    Also, if you are the person responsible for the picture/post of the Taj Mahal made out of rice,(I see other foodie bits on your site) I congratulate you – things like that strangely interest me too. (If you are not, my apologies – I seriously need to learn how to bookmark!).

    Best wishes and thanks again for such a good laugh.


    1. Oh dear! One little letter and an apostrophe can mean so much! 😯 Anything that annoys teenagers is fine by me – it is our role – nay our duty to do these things! Taj Mahal – yes responsible for post but not the dish itself! And get well soon! 🙂

  5. I would gladly brave the perils of parental texting if only I could a) get my kids to charge up their phones; b) get them to carry them reliably; c) not run down the batteries before school gets out, which shouldn’t be that hard because they’re not supposed to be using them during class (you’d think). Thanks for liking my blog post.

      1. I love it. The most funny and nice blog I ever read. Long time I didn’t laugh this way.
        Thanks for changing my mood.
        Thanks for following my blog.

  6. Reblogged this on What's your rating? and commented:
    Too funny, I remember stumbling into some of these pictures while surfing the net before. It’s all summed up into this post by theeditorsjournal.wordpress.com so I had to reblog and keep it on my blog!

  7. There is a Vine video craze at my house and my teenagers (ages 19 and 15) are ALWAYS sticking their devices in my face because I MUST see the ‘funniest video ever’ … It is rarely worth the few seconds it lasts. Needless to say we have different opinions of what constitutes funny but I gathered them around to read this post and we are all in agreement — Hilarious!

      1. Before I moved here I would make regular trips. I got here early and I would get a manicure and pedicure. So I would go back and tell my friends and relative I had texas toes. I realized it was catchy so I started using it.

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