March 29, 2011
Evan asked for a cell phone.
GET A JOB DUDE!
I’m giggling at this because Shorty asked for one a few weeks ago when he saw his 14 year old cousin using his to text his friends. I told him he had to be older (I purposely did not specify how old as to avoid any arguments or negotiations).
jc~ No sh*t.
incognito~ You’re a smart mom. I told him he could borrow mine.
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