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message 1: by Leslie (new)

Leslie (funlovinlady) | 113 comments Yes, Russian peoples boobs, that is what I found on my 12 year old son's google history page.......

Why, Russian peoples (yes, that is how he spelled it)?

I guess, It's better than "Russian peoples balls", right?

We will be having a nice little chat after school. And I guess it's time to make sure our parental controls are up and working.

I did try to see what came up with Russian Peoples Boobs. Not a boob to be found.

SMILE


message 2: by KellyJo (new)

KellyJo Ah the joys of being a mother. :)


message 3: by Starling (new)

Starling | 176 comments Leslie, yes you need to get those parental controls up.

But, he is 12. It will be a losing battle.


message 4: by Angela (new)

Angela (angbens) | 106 comments lol


message 5: by new_user (new)

new_user LOL. Maybe he heard that they were special. Kekeke.


message 6: by Narnies (new)

Narnies LMAO maybe he thought it'd be less suspiscious than American peoples boobs.


message 7: by Steph (new)

Steph (angel4492) | 1573 comments LMAO! Boys will be boys, but seriously ... russian peoples boobs? Would love to know what made him search on those specifically. How'd the chat w/him go?


message 8: by Jaime (new)

Jaime Rush (jaime_rush) | 126 comments Now THIS is definitely off topic! LMAO!


message 9: by Leslie (last edited May 14, 2010 11:22AM) (new)

Leslie (funlovinlady) | 113 comments My husband had to travel to Russia for work. So, I'm thinking, that is were the "Russian Peoples" came from. Being that he is only 12, I don't think he realizes how many "Russian peoples boobs" might be of the male gender. SMILE

When I talked to him about our little google search mystery, he denied having or knowing anything about it. So, I gave him some more time to come up with a better answer. After much thought, and some very loud protesting and proclaiming of his innocence, my son came to the conculsion, that I, his mother, was the culprit.
He is SOOOOOOOOO grounded. To think that he would accuse me of searching for "Russian Peoples Boobs".
The nerve! Anyone that knows me, would surely know that I would search for "Russian People's Boobs. I would never leave out the '!!!!!!

LOL, he did try to blame me, I guess when backed in a corner. KIDS TODAY :)


message 10: by Starling (new)

Starling | 176 comments So, Leslie. Just what will you do when you need a really big punishment if you are using grounding for the small stuff? Grandma types really want to know.

I'm pretty sure that if I'd had that conversation with my daughter I'd have ended up laughing in her face. After all, I've got a pretty good idea of what "boobs" look like. Come to think of it, I probably would have told her that.

After my daughter was finished growing up (you are probably close to the same age) I realized that I had never grounded her. That was my big guns for the really big stuff. I knew I wasn't going to hit her (she was stronger than me for one thing) so I needed something really heavy that didn't get used. I also never threatened anything that I wasn't willing to actually do. Really important with teenagers.

By the way, I'm going to publicly admit that I was peeking up under the fig leaves at the Metropolitan Museum of Art when I was about your son's age. No Internet back then. And I saw kids checking out the big dictionary at the library at about that age too.


message 11: by Crystal (new)

Crystal (crys25) | 237 comments Leslie-I have a 9 year old son and a 12 year old step-daughter that I raise, and I feel your pain. I was checking out my step-daughter's fb page the other day and almost had a heart attack when I saw the language some kids were using. She belonged to this group "I hate Justin Beiber" and some kid called him a "ball sucker" I went ballistic-no pun intended.


message 12: by MissSusie (new)

MissSusie | 54 comments Well if he denies it and blames you are you sure your husband wasn't doing some research on his trip??
LMAO!!


message 13: by Crystal (new)

Crystal (crys25) | 237 comments Susie-Oh my Gawd, I just fell off my chair. I say this cuz that is totally what my husband would do and then blame it on my son!!!!!!LOL


message 14: by Jess (new)

Jess | 3721 comments I have to say, this thread is really entertaining. And makes me glad that at this moment I don't have kids. Whew. What a load off. Although, by the time I do have kids, who knows what new technology will be around to make my life terrible lol.


message 15: by new_user (new)

new_user LOL. I think it would probably accomplish more to talk to them about this stuff so they know they can talk to you about anything, rather than coming down hard. I really doubt "Russian people's boobs" was anything sinister. "Porn" is shorter and easier if that's what he was looking for. I really think he was just curious about something, LOL. Why ask when you have Google? ;)


message 16: by Leslie (new)

Leslie (funlovinlady) | 113 comments Crystal wrote: "Leslie-I have a 9 year old son and a 12 year old step-daughter that I raise, and I feel your pain. I was checking out my step-daughter's fb page the other day and almost had a heart attack when I s..."

No pun taken. But, it did make me laugh....thanks, i needed that.


message 17: by Leslie (new)

Leslie (funlovinlady) | 113 comments It's offical, I have lost my mind!

Every Sunday, our family sits around the table, and we discuss our upcoming weekly events, ex. baseball games, scouts, you get the idea.

So our "meeting" started when all of a sudden, I realized that BOTH my husband, and my 17 year old daughter were sporting matching zits. In exactly the same spot. FYI: lt. side mid nose. Might I add, that these forementioned zits were or shall I say are, roughly the size of a small baby's head.

I COULD NOT STOP LAUGHING.
Although, might I add that neither my husband or daughter appreciated, my keen observation. Go figure?

I laughed, and laughed, and laughed. Tears started running down my face, what can I say, I just couldn't stop.

My husband, a bit more uptight than usual, rose from his seat, proclaimed that the meeting was a sham, and left the room, zit and all.


message 18: by Narnies (new)

Narnies LMAO


message 19: by Sam8 (new)

Sam8 tee hee hee.

My nephew got caught looking up "Great big Bobs!" when he was about 8. He's 13 now and we still tease the hell out of him. "hey, look at the bobs on that girl!" LOL.


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