Mom What Were You Thinking?

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What are some crazy things your mother or father taught you when you were a kid that you look back on with amazement today?

Mom What Were You Thinking?

Anyone have any of those childhood memories of your mother or father teaching you something absolutely ridiculous? So much so that you look back and think "What the hell were you thinking when you taught me how to do that?"

Well first of all this is not a complaint or anything like that just in case my mother sees this, not saying she was a bad mom cause she was actually pretty cool when I was little before she started working full time. As a matter of fact those are some of my happiest memories. Maybe I will do a post another time about some of the fun things I did with my mother.

Well my mom was 16years old when I was born which means when I was 8years old she was only 24yrs old, I'm choosing 8 because I think that was about the age she taught me that I could sew sewing string through the skin of my fingers.

I would have continued sewing back and forth so it looked like a spider web but the string was too short.
See how much I love you guys? I sewed myself up with a needle and thread just to amuse you! Feel special! lol

What are some crazy things your mother or father taught you when you were a kid that you look back on with amazement today?

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author avatar Trillionaire
28th Jul 2013 (#)

Thanks very interesting.

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author avatar jenny1015
28th Jul 2013 (#)

I remember one of our helpers do the same craziness! LOL I think I was about 8 years old , too when she tried to scare me with that stint.

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author avatar Bipolar Blogger
28th Jul 2013 (#)

jenny1015 you never tried it? CHICKEN !!! Buck buck buck!!!

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author avatar jenny1015
28th Jul 2013 (#)

hahaha! I'd rather not. I've got skin so thin I barely have my manicure done in the salon for fear of bleeding to death! So, no thanks! LOL

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
28th Jul 2013 (#)

My mom taught me that any second now we were going to be swept away in the rapture. As a young child I can honestly say that was truly terrifying.

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author avatar BabbleMuse
28th Jul 2013 (#)

My cousins thought me that when I went on holidays to thier house one summer. i came back and frustrated my mother, who was making some dresses ont he sewing machine, by insisting I could sew. So she handed me some material and a needle and thread and I proceeded to sew some very irregular stitches. that was the beginning of a very rewarding talent and hobby for me.

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author avatar Bipolar Blogger
28th Jul 2013 (#)

OMG Mark Gordon Brown what a freakish thing to be taught! When did you stop believing that?

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author avatar Retired
28th Jul 2013 (#)

I never heard of that before. Very strange.

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
28th Jul 2013 (#)

Had a friend who taught me how to do that and I just showed it to my family who changed it in a jiffy and figured out the kids (teenagers at the time) were neglected because of their big family and got destructive because of this.
I never did it again as my grandmother told of a boy who pushed a needle into his knee and they had to break his knee cap open to get it out.
Never let the boy near the house again.

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author avatar littlebelgianwriter
28th Jul 2013 (#)

Very funny indeed! In my case it was my granddad who taught me strange things such as how to drum on the bottom of a tea cup.

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author avatar Bipolar Blogger
28th Jul 2013 (#)

Now Belgian I just think that is cool.. street drumming on a box, a pot a tea cup... whatever... just cool !

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author avatar LiL3Cak3z
14th Aug 2013 (#)

An ol' friend of mine had many areas of calluses on her hand, and she decided she was going to do this. She ended up sewing basically her whole hand, and even made a rather cute design. She said that she picked at her hand for quite a while after that.

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