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Old 06-20-2012, 06:52 PM   #29
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or it wasnt really his 'kids' that did it
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sharing toys

wow, I dont own anything I would not loan my family or kids. I think they respect how I take care of my things and treat it accordingly. not to say we have not had a few issues over the years but nothing that we have not been able to overcome. I big part of the of having the toys we aquired over the years with the help of the good lord is being able to share them.
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I borrowed my dads MH ONCE he called five times a day checking on has baby till I got back. I received a long how-to walk-thru and don't touch. I never understood why. I was only going for three days. It was the only time I asked and the last. When he passed I inherited his MH and now I do.
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Old 06-21-2012, 05:33 PM   #32
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wow, I dont own anything I would not loan my family or kids. I think they respect how I take care of my things and treat it accordingly. not to say we have not had a few issues over the years but nothing that we have not been able to overcome. I big part of the of having the toys we aquired over the years with the help of the good lord is being able to share them.
My kid dented/wrecked 4 cars.. 3 were mine
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My kid dented/wrecked 4 cars.. 3 were mine
Oh, I've had my share of dented and wrecked cars, trucks, boats, jetskis, lake house, from kids and family, my 81 year old dad knocked both props of my boats. As long as no one gets hurt, we can fix anything. If memories serve me I also tore up a few things myself years ago. Some fixed those. Not saying a new scratch doesn't make me cringe a little. But having them enjoy it as much as we do is worth a few new marks.
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If you have deep pockets, and the agravation don't bother you; fine; I worked and saved a looooong time to buy my toys and I expect my kids to do the same.
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