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Rubes Cartoons - Tales from a Twisted Mind

RSS By: Leigh Rubin,

A cartoonish look at life...

Far Out, Man!

Aug 20, 2009




Don’t you just dread those moments when your kids ask you if you did those things when you were a kid that you have told them a thousand times they should never do? It’s just one of the hazards of parenthood you don’t think about when you begin raising a family. It seems as soon as the little cherubs can talk, they start asking more questions than a police interrogator. Things can get a tad uncomfortable. Lying is out of the question, so I figure the best thing to do is quickly change the subject. Of course, this tactic will only work for so long. Sooner or later, they’ll catch on. Hopefully, by that point you’ll be old enough to use your faulty memory as a viable excuse for not remembering any youthful indiscretions which may or may not have occurred: “Gee, that was so long ago. How am I supposed to remember something that far back?!” Hmm, maybe there are some benefits to middle age after all...

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