By snore - 19/04/2014 20:12 - Mexico - Mexico
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Which you then thanked your mother for inheriting her "superior genetics."
Well I mean it didn't go over my head but it just is not a very witty or appealing comeback to me. Genetics has never been an easy thing to make jokes about, unless you are into the study of them. Even more so it's not a witty comment if you know how they work with dominant genes and such. I am all one for a good joke if it makes sense.
Notice how I have never attacked your life or any of your attributes. I am glad to see you can't have a debate over our different senses of humor. Thank your for amusing me by saying my life sucks though. It is indeed very good. I just have a higher level of humor then you. I like witty intellectual jokes that make sense. Not the stupid fart humor and senseless humor you seem to think is funny.
#38 let's say the mother has pretty much all autosomal traits which are dominant, is the joke stupid now? What if the mother has autosomal recessive traits and OP is the 4th child, then does this make more sense to you? Not that it really matters. You don't know OP so you can't possibly know if this joke "makes sense" or not. Point is it's funny, still a good comeback and NOT ALL JOKES need to be based on pure fact! Since when are genetics hard to joke about? You're on the wrong site buddy.
Don't worry, she at least got the boob part wrong. Guys love all boobs!
27 - The way it was worded led me to believe that the poster was a "guy" herself. Generally when someone says "some guys like it, but I like ___" they are a guy. If it had said some "people" like it, but I don't, I would have thought she were female. Plus, the thread is specifically talking about MALES liking boobs.
#3, no, they don't. For example, my mom backed up my older brother when I "ruined" his weed stash by laying on it (he stuffed it in my pillow) a few minutes ago. I don't think that's really having either of our backs or knowing best. It is, however, decent FML material.
I thought parents were to be supportive of their children not put them down
But being supportive is not about just complimenting your child on everything blindly... It would be like telling the kid they can draw, sing, dance or whatever well when they can't... it'll just have the opposite effect when they step outside and find out the hard way that they suck (or are, at most, completely average) at something they were always proud of because mommy said they were good at it. Though I agree that there are good and bad ways to tell people they're lacking something, and mom could have worded it better. But even that depends on how OP actually asked her... if OP went to her mom whining, and if it wasn't the first time, I could understand why her mom got annoyed and ended up answering like that.
Then she should look at herself in the mirror since she made you.
Don't listen to that. You just have to be confident & be your self. :)