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By Anonymous - / Thursday 12 September 2013 05:18 / United States
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You never know man, the kid might just turn out to be the next Albert or Steve? He still has time to develop. Everything was built of flaws in the beginning

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34 - It truly is a shame that you don't understand the concept of sarcasm. You have my condolences.

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Your scathing deriding, 66, is unfounded. I'm sure had 34 been listening as opposed to reading the joke, he would've picked up on the sarcastic same tone you so affectionately adopt as 12 used.

I. guess he needs more chores to battle that kind of laziness and to help him understand how to handle these jobs without making a mess and of course to work off the damages.

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I'm severely allergic to grass and only mowed it once in the 22 years I've been alive and I'm sure I can do a better job than that kid.

By  rt156

Sounds like something you would see in a movie,atleast your son doesnt mind working despite having screwed up in the end.

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I feel like if he didnt mind working, he would have pushed it himself. Him tying it down stemmed from pure laziness, not any kind of attempt at innovation or hard work.

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There is a video over the internet where someone does this. The lawnmower goes around in a circle simply by tying a rope to a steak, and tying another rope to the clutch!

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