By WTF - 16/03/2011 22:05
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I hope you did the Pee Wee Herman Tequila dance in the ER waiting room. That woulda showed him.
Oh he's a KEEPER!!! Does he have problems with percentages and other mathematical equations??
#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.
Kinda rude callin him a moron, buuuut, its true. Hes a complete moron.
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.
Ouchh!! I wonder where he got that idea... I would of put them in a water bottle or went out and bought some..
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.
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.