My brother's 3rd birthday

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My brother's 3rd birthday

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Tomorrow marks my brother's second year of life, so we throwing a party for him today but it's Monday the next day.
The theme of his party is. . . . .Baby Shark...
Welp, I'll you guys updated.
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Happy Birthday to your baby brother.

(Can you still refer to a two-year-old as a "baby"?)

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MajorHoy wrote: Sun Dec 22, 2019 8:18 pm Happy Birthday to your baby brother.

(Can you still refer to a two-year-old as a "baby"?)
Toddler probably.

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I was singing Baby Shark to my friend on the train on our way home from the *beep* Fair and she had to restrain herself from murdering me.


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Well, he’s three now.

The theme is Dinosaurs

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Jonathan Green wrote: Wed Dec 23, 2020 5:27 pm Well, he’s three now.

The theme is Dinosaurs
How about "Dinosaurs Eating Baby Shark"? :twisted:

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MajorHoy wrote: Wed Dec 23, 2020 8:36 pm
Jonathan Green wrote: Wed Dec 23, 2020 5:27 pm Well, he’s three now.

The theme is Dinosaurs
How about "Dinosaurs Eating Baby Shark"? :twisted:
D@mn, I should’ve thought of that

Speaking of Baby Shark, he’s getting a TV show on Nickelodeon




TV sucks

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Jonathan Green wrote: Wed Dec 23, 2020 9:21 pm . . . Speaking of Baby Shark, he’s getting a TV show on Nickelodeon




TV sucks
Well, at least it isn't Baby Shark and the Teletubbies (I hope).

By the way, for the "Dinosaur" theme, is there an outright ban on Barney the Dinosaur and his ilk?

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My brother doesn’t like Barney. He’s not scared, just doesn’t like it.

I think next year’s theme will be Hot Wheels, since he’s developing a love for kids, but we’ll see in the future.

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Jonathan Green wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 4:19 pm My brother doesn’t like Barney. He’s not scared, just doesn’t like it.
Barney isn't "scary" in the same way monsters are.

Barney is "scary" from the disgusting, cloying, sappiness standpoint.

One should definitely run screaming from anything Barney-related if one wishes to stay sane.

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MajorHoy wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 9:58 pm
Jonathan Green wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 4:19 pm My brother doesn’t like Barney. He’s not scared, just doesn’t like it.
Barney isn't "scary" in the same way monsters are.

Barney is "scary" from the disgusting, cloying, sappiness standpoint.

One should definitely run screaming from anything Barney-related if one wishes to stay sane.
I can imagine some little kids could find even Barney scary, or at least creepy, in the same way a lot of puppets and costumes can be 'scary' of off-putting.

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coinilius wrote: Sat Dec 26, 2020 12:22 am
MajorHoy wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 9:58 pm
Jonathan Green wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 4:19 pm My brother doesn’t like Barney. He’s not scared, just doesn’t like it.
Barney isn't "scary" in the same way monsters are.
Barney is "scary" from the disgusting, cloying, sappiness standpoint.
One should definitely run screaming from anything Barney-related if one wishes to stay sane.
I can imagine some little kids could find even Barney scary, or at least creepy, in the same way a lot of puppets and costumes can be 'scary' of off-putting.
Amen, my brothers, amen!

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