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Just let my son go and play in a neighbours back garden and hes come home with a massive bunch of flowers, and yes youve guessed it, him and his little friend snuck inot next door neighbours garden an…
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banned7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Just let my son go and play in a neighbours back garden and hes come home with a massive bunch of flowers, and yes youve guessed it, him and his little friend snuck inot next door neighbours garden and have pick all their tulips
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banned7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Make him eat them.
banned#2
he's in his room at the mo cause im so flippin cross with him, he knows its wrong to take what isnt yours
#3
Lol. Maybe he now needs to knock and give then to your neighbour to say sorry.
#4
WoolyM
Lol. Maybe he now needs to knock and give then to your neighbour to say sorry.


was gonna suggest this :thumbsup:
#5
Why are you telling us this?
banned#6
WoolyM
Lol. Maybe he now needs to knock and give then to your neighbour to say sorry.


of course he will do, when neighbour comes home :oops:
#7
omg i shouldn't laugh..but i will lol

How old is he ?
#8
ignore the ignorant!
banned 1 Like #9
sassie
of course he will do, when neighbour comes home :oops:


if there's an open windown chuck him in, might come back with something decent this time.
#10
thesaint
Make him eat them.


:lol: thats a wicked punishment.

sassie
he's in his room at the mo cause im so flippin cross with him, he knows its wrong to take what isnt yours


did he pick them for you? surely you can't be too hard on him, give it 10 years you'll whinge that he never buys you flowers.
banned#11
The JFK
Why are you telling us this?


cause i bloody well felt like it and it beats the crap that you fill the boards with, any of that you dont understand
banned#12
deb8z
omg i shouldn't laugh..but i will lol

How old is he ?


he's 7, im more cross because he lied where he got them from, he said he got them from his friends garden, said friend aint got tulips in garden, so if he lied he knew what he was doing was wrong
#13
sassie
cause i bloody well felt like it and it beats the crap that you fill the boards with, any of that you dont understand


I run the Misc.

Me > >>>>>>>>>>You.
#14
throw them back over the fence...
#15
We were all young once, let him go.
banned#16
i know you are cross but he is only 7, yes he needs to know that it is wrong, but it could be worse he could have smashed a window or something!!
#17
My nephew is nearly 6 he can be a little beggar at times,but when you ask him if he's done something he always admits to it,i wonder at what age that will change!
#18
mysterio84
i know you are cross but he is only 7, yes he needs to know that it is wrong, but it could be worse he could have smashed a window or something!!


Even worse than that, he could pretend he's a gangsta who earns £1.4k per week.

See always got to look on the bright side, it could always be worse sass
banned#19
odriscoll
We were all young once, let him go.


let him go where :? he aint tied up - lol
banned#20
The JFK
I run the Misc.

Me > >>>>>>>>>>You.


i think you should ask admin for a name change... Sir JFK
#21
WoolyM
Lol. Maybe he now needs to knock and give then to your neighbour to say sorry.


pmsl, quality!
#22
The JFK
Why are you telling us this?


Probably because if she's on here maybe boiling point can be avoided at home.

Maybe send him down the shop to get a box of "Roses" as a peacemaker

LoL Sorry
banned#23
would it be appropriate to offer to buy some more bulbs for the chap?
banned#24
jellybaby22
thats what my neighbour asked me to do last year when my daughter did the same thing...hope your neighbour takes it better than mine did....they still dnt speak to me :oops:


Im hoping he will be ok, he knows ive never let me children play outdoors without supervision, so hopefully he will be ok, gawd im dreading it, ive lived here 15 yrs with never a crossed word
#25
sassie
would it be appropriate to offer to buy some more bulbs for the chap?


Or offer to loan your son for bob-a-job type jobs to serve his penance.
#26
i know i shouldnt find it funny but hahaha
i do know how you feel tho i have a 8yo boy and i need eyes in the back of my head hes always up to no good im sure if you get him to say sorry to the neighbour that will do we were all kids once im sure the fear of having to tell the neighbour what he did will stop him next time :)
banned#27
SABJ
i know i shouldnt find it funny but hahaha
i do know how you feel tho i have a 8yo boy and i need eyes in the back of my head hes always up to no good im sure if you get him to say sorry to the neighbour that will do we were all kids once im sure the fear of having to tell the neighbour what he did will stop him next time :)


thats the pint, he doesnt go out, there is 10 houses around a green, and neither of my children have played out unless im with them. today the little girl in one of the houses asked if he could play in their back garden, and whilst their they obviously snook out, although she is allowed out on her own and shes only 5
#28
sassie
would it be appropriate to offer to buy some more bulbs for the chap?


That's a great idea.
You obviously need to tell him that what he did isn't on [which you've done} but I think he will hae learnt his lesson, and its lovely that he picked them for his mum, bless him.

When I was 7 my cousin and I picked all the petals off my grandads prize winning rose bushes, mixed 'em up with soil and water from the garden tap and then painted each others faces with the mixture.
It's the only time I can remember being in trouble with my grandad
#29
sassie
thats the pint, he doesnt go out, there is 10 houses around a green, and neither of my children have played out unless im with them.


Isn't your daughter a teenager?
banned#30
thesaint
Isn't your daughter a teenager?


yes but unbelievable as it may seem, she wasnt born as one :thumbsup:
#31
sassie
yes but unbelievable as it may seem, she wasnt born as one :thumbsup:


No idea what this means, but...Okay.
#32
offering to replace the bulbs is a good idea sassie, he may see the funny side of it and just let it go.

I came home from walking the dogs this morning and my 12 year old had decided to see just how thick the faux leather beanbag was by throwing a knife at it........needless to say the living room was full of polystyrene balls! he is now contemplating the error of his ways in his bedroom :)
banned#33
thesaint
No idea what this means, but...Okay.


well why did you say "Isn't your daughter a teenager? "

i took as a response to me saying neither of them have been allowed out to play unsupervised, hence my post she wasnt born a teenager, she was also once a little one
banned#34
bitseylango
offering to replace the bulbs is a good idea sassie, he may see the funny side of it and just let it go.

I came home from walking the dogs this morning and my 12 year old had decided to see just how thick the faux leather beanbag was by throwing a knife at it........needless to say the living room was full of polystyrene balls! he is now contemplating the error of his ways in his bedroom :)


Oh dear, so it doesnt get any better the older they get - lol Boys eh :roll:
#35
bitseylango
offering to replace the bulbs is a good idea sassie, he may see the funny side of it and just let it go.

I came home from walking the dogs this morning and my 12 year old had decided to see just how thick the faux leather beanbag was by throwing a knife at it........needless to say the living room was full of polystyrene balls! he is now contemplating the error of his ways in his bedroom :)

Lmfao! Thats quality should be greatful he wasn't throwing it as his brother!
#36
Lulu'sMammy
Lmfao! Thats quality should be greatful he wasn't throwing it as his brother!


luckily he was still in bed, I was more bothered about my leather suite!!!!! Stupid boy :roll:
#37
lol - this is one funny thread!

I guess I have all this fun to come my little one is only 2 - I like the post that just said throw them back over the fence - lol - obviously not a very good idea though!

could have been a lot worse - but yeah I guess I'd make ours (not at 2 obviously but in future) go round and say sorry with some sort of small gift & some new bulbs.
#38
bitseylango
luckily he was still in bed, I was more bothered about my leather suite!!!!! Stupid boy :roll:

I'm still laughing now, i would pure deck my little un mind if it was me.....so i am enjoying cheap laughs at your misfortune....tell him to keep them coming for me!! ;)
#39
Community service is the answer (apparently) :-p

just make him apologise....its usually the hardest part and neighbours appreciate an honest parent
#40
Lulu'sMammy
I'm still laughing now, i would pure deck my little un mind if it was me.....so i am enjoying cheap laughs at your misfortune....tell him to keep them coming for me!! ;)


funniest thing was he had got some bright blue electrical tape and had tried to tape it up, but everytime he pressed it on the balls flew out! Dont know why I am laughing.......got to tell the OH yet and he is on his way home :)

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