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By WTF / Wednesday 16 March 2011 22:05 /
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You know you're bad when you get moderated a few minutes after posting the comment... OP you raised a great person.. He could make millions, some people would actually pay to see someone do that. Myself included.

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  xgetxbentx  |  13

how do you get that op is an alcoholic out of that? the son is 22, it very well could have been his tequila. besides, having alcohol doesn't make one an alcoholic. having to have it in your system at all times does.

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  guckylynn  |  19

Being an alcoholic isn't only having to have alcohol in your system at all times. Binge drinking every weekend or every time you drink also makes you an alcoholic.

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  LifeSucksbtw  |  0

#93 u pretty much just called most teens and collage students all alcholics and no binge drinking WITH friends on the weekend or at a party does not make you an alcoholic. I'm not sure about the exact definition but it's something like this. an alcoholic will usually drinking during the day, by themself, almost everyday.

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  heathersmorin  |  0

It's her son! She can call him anything she wants too. She carried him for 9 months, pushed his ass out, then has cared for him the last 22 years and so on. I would have slapped him up side the head them called him a moron

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  heathersmorin  |  0

It's her son! She can call him anything she wants too. She carried him for 9 months, pushed his ass out, then has cared for him the last 22 years and so on. I would have slapped him up side the head them called him a moron

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  LifeSucksbtw  |  0

fist of all you can't go around slapping people upside the head whether there your son or not. second neither does that give you a right to verbally abuse your kid. not that I'm implying that op does.

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  MissBunny25  |  0

seriously guys? she just called him a moron. Im sure OP has been called worse. in fact, I'm sure you all have been called worse. OP isn't "verbally abusing" her kid. wow. if you want to go far enough with it, I'm sure you'll see that kids verbally abuse their parents. example: "I hate you" , "shut the fuck up you cant tell me what to do", and whatever else kids say these days.

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  Bekll  |  29

Corrections: would HAVE; GONE out. As a contact wearer I think OP should just use the daily type instead like I do... It's more convenient and usually there's no need for any contact solution.

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  Brittneyyyy  |  7

#19 those kind are much more expensice than the monthly or weekly kind, not everyone can afford that. Having said that, I myself use the daily ones as well and they are so convenient.

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  bridgette5866  |  0

Hey #7, you're a moron too. You can't put contacts in water. Ever gotten water in your eyes? It's not comfortable. Water doesn't have saline so it just hurts and doesn't do any good.

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  LaPerla  |  0

Doesn't anyone of you think that he put the alcohol in his eyes on purpose? I saw something on tv about college kids pouring alcohol into their eyes to get drunk faster! Maybe OP's son wanted to try that and needed a story to tell his mom when all went wrong.

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There is no need to get offensive. It might be of interest to you, that hard contact lenses can be stored in water just fine. It also does not burn when putting them in the eye, as the amount of water on the contact lens is minuscule when putting it in. Whenever my eyes feel dry, I take out the contact lenses, hold them under running tap water and then put them back in. This saves conditioning solution and feels just the same.

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  msl1333  |  4

wow, I can't believe I'm doing this, but I will so you children will stop fighting. Contact solution is nearly 100% water. It has some salts and other additives in it which buffer the solution (keeps the pH constant around physiological concentrations; a pH of appx. 7.5) most tap water is slightly acidic ( pH of around 6). So it is not really comfortable to have that in your eye, but the small amount of water alone wouldn't really hurt. it's more likely the additives in our water (i.e. fluorides, etc.) that could cause damage.

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  rjnorton84  |  0

I liked the super soaker kid's creativity, it would have been a win had he not sprayed his father! I mean come on, make up an excuse and run! This guy, however, is a total moron.

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