32 Replies to “Kids these days”

  1. Wow. Once again WOW. I mean wouldn’t lojacking your kids be better then allowing a soon to be really hormonal teenagers to have guns.

  2. Looking at this photo I can’t help but think upon the inequalities and cruel injustices in today’s world. I lament when I think of all those poor, poor child soldiers in third world who could never afford the seriously cool fucking hardware that these girls are packing.

  3. Texas home schooling?
    The GunPowderPuff Girls?
    My Little Uzi?
    Bananarambo?
    The Mickey Mauser Club?
    Grand Theft Tricycle?
    Dakota Fanning’s personal security detail?
    Doggie Day Afternoon?
    “We ain’t gonna say ‘trick or treat’ twice, capice’?
    and finally
    Louisiana pupils preparing for President Obama’s next visit to their elementary school?

  4. Too funny Mr Lung, too funny by half. 😉 😀

    – Girlz Club –

    ** Checklist **
    Pajamas
    Uzi 9mm
    Hair straightener
    M16
    Scrunchies
    Pump action shotgun
    Bangles

    **end*

  5. Friggin’ lovely at another point in time this would be “cute”, these days it’s not ….. ( where’s that barf icon when you need it ? )

  6. as lux interior would say, bless his twisted dead soul in hell, “the only thing missing are the bikinis”. 😈

  7. The law enforcement in this country is so poor kids have taken to bare arms for protection. And they work cheap.

  8. and the Tamils thought they had the market cornered on child soldiers
    Daddy grounded them…. this is their reply

  9. [quote comment=”627639″]Raising daughters in Detroit[/quote]
    Reminds me of a joke I saw on Facebook.

    An optimist says the glass is 1/2 full.
    A pessimist says the glass is 1/2 empty.
    A Detroiter says the glass is a lethal weapon.

  10. The parents couldn’t afford curtains for the windows because they spent all the money on the ‘intruder calibrators.’ It’s about priorities, people!!!

  11. Very effective way to keep the boys away. But the girls could go to jail. My way works better. My daughters had high-voltage chastity belts. No means no, but nothing says no like 50,000 volts. After that ,the only dicharge a boy would have was the shit in his pants.

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