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Ah, yes, a grin and giggle as we travel down memory lane. These could be something that happened involving both or separate things that involved them individually. I have a few as it is hard to just pick one.

One involved my dad. In 1958 when I was seven we had a brand new Ford Skyliner. It was a hardtop the was also a convertible. We had went out for a Sunday sojourn with the top down and had a lovely excursion. The next morning it was raining, pouring cats and dogs, and the electric motors for the top malfunctioned. My mother didn't drive at the time so it was the only car that we had. The old man had to drive 30 minutes in the pouring rain with the top down to get to work. It was so damned funny watching him back out of the garage and into the rain with the top down.

When I was a young man, he and I went to a park in the mountains to go fishing and we stayed in a travel trailer. He had a bad meal that went through him and he shit his pants. It was so foul that he took off his boxers and flung the out the door. We slept in kind of late and got up to see the brown and white boxers snagged on a tree limb about ten feet in the air flapping in the breeze like a flag. It got funnier with the horrified look on his crimson face and his cussing with all of these people walking around as he had to use the fishing pole to take down his flag.

For my mother it was bathing my little brother while I was on the pot. I was probably six or seven and he was three of four. He cut a fart and a turd shot out. She smacked him screaming "Thomas Lee", he wailed like a banshee which only increased the humor. She pulled him out of the tub, ran us both out of the bathroom and then proceeded to chase the turd around the tub with the bathroom glass but couldn't catch it. The more she tried, the madder she got and the more I laughed. Finally I heard the inevitable, "You think it's so god damned funny, I'll give you something to laugh about!" I retired to my bedroom and finally after a while, I heard the toilet flush.

In hindsight, though I didn't ask, over time I have wondered why she didn't pull the plug in the tub to drain the water. It seems to me it would be easier to catch a turd on the run if it can't move. Besides, all she had to do was pull the plug, put the glass down by the drain and the shifty shit would have floated on into the glass. But, my late sainted mother, God rest her soul, was very much Edith Bunker.

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StraddleMyNose

Apr 20 @ 5:12PM  
For my mother it was bathing my little brother while I was on the pot. I was probably six or seven and he was three of four. He cut a fart and a turd shot out. She smacked him screaming "Thomas Lee", he wailed like a banshee which only increased the humor. She pulled him out of the tub, ran us both out of the bathroom and then proceeded to chase the turd around the tub with the bathroom glass but couldn't catch it. The more she tried, the madder she got and the more I laughed. Finally I heard the inevitable, "You think it's so god damned funny, I'll give you something to laugh about!" I retired to my bedroom and finally after a while, I heard the toilet flush.
I can't stop laughing after reading this part. I'm going to give you a well deserved kudo for making me laugh so hard this afternoon.
StraddleMyNose

Apr 20 @ 5:14PM  
When I was a young man, he and I went to a park in the mountains to go fishing and we stayed in a travel trailer. He had a bad meal that went through him and he shit his pants. It was so foul that he took off his boxers and flung the out the door. We slept in kind of late and got up to see the brown and white boxers snagged on a tree limb about ten feet in the air flapping in the breeze like a flag. It got funnier with the horrified look on his crimson face and his cussing with all of these people walking around as he had to use the fishing pole to take down his flag.
Okay, this one is a tie with the other one as being so fucking hilarious!!!
B9CC1D

Apr 20 @ 5:14PM  
My dad, in the 1970's, getting a perm.
StraddleMyNose

Apr 20 @ 5:18PM  
My dad, in the 1970's, getting a perm.
Like Mike Brady from the Brady Bunch?

Ah, I miss those disco days...
RJ53

Apr 20 @ 5:53PM  
Mine would have to be my mother's trip to NYC to visit me. They came down the the East Village by cab and I was showing them around. They wanted to see where I lived on East First Street. Now normally that street was quiet with nothing happening and nothing unusual but oh no not that day. A rat the size of a chuhuahua came strolling down the sidewalk like he owned it. My mother freaked out and ran for the building where I lived. What had happened there? Someone had a bit too much to drink and had passed out snoring in the doorway. She freaked out again. My dad and I just stepped over the guy and she just stood there looking at him still freaking out. I mean to hear her you would have thought it was a dead body or something there. My dad looked at her and said you can stand there throwing a fit but I want to see where Rhonda lives so we started up the stairs. I looked back to see her stepping over the guy with this horrified look on her face. She entered my apartment and the car in the parking lot backfired. She ducked behind the wall in my kitchen and yelled someone's shooting. By this time my dad had started laughing and that got me laughing and the more we laughed the angrier she became. My dad just looked around and said I like what you did with the place. She was ready to go back to NC and they left two days early. She never did mention coming to visit me again.
And none of those things ever happened again the whole time I lived there, let alone all of them back to back like that.
StraddleMyNose

Apr 20 @ 5:58PM  
OMG!!! Rhonda, that was hilarious.
RJ53

Apr 20 @ 6:05PM  
OMG!!! Rhonda, that was hilarious

Every so often my dad would bring it up and her response was always the same "Shut up, I don't want to talk about itand her face would turn red.
whisperingcomet

Apr 20 @ 7:44PM  
WoW...I swear, your family puts the fun in dysFUNional
theSkwirl

Apr 20 @ 8:08PM  
Oh my.. well one day.. and this will sound sordid to those people who never saw their parents naked.. my mom and dad got into a toothpaste fight.. it ended when some inadvertently got wiped behind my dad's nut sack. He howled so loud... It was years before we stopped asking if he was "minty fresh". (My family was clothing optional.. so.. get over it)

And then there was the time.. My folks took me to see Disney's North Avenue Irregulars... my mother got to cackling like an old hen laying an egg.. I was prolly 15 at the time.. she laughed and laughed and haww hawwwed and pretty much brayed.. and then she peed her pants. It's funny now.. but then I was totally mortified. I refused to sit next to them for the next several years at a theater.
onehornytoad69

Apr 20 @ 9:03PM  
With my Dad......
He had a wheelbarrow load a Mortar, Still in the Bags..(thank God! )
He had like .... 300# Plus in it. He had to go down a Steep hill....
He started down the Hill...and the weight got to pulling Big time! So he is in a run...with the wheelbarrow......he was headed to the Cabin in a fucking Run....and he lifts up the handles..and the nose of the wheelbarrow digs in the Ground....and Flips over... he had such Momentum... he sailed thru the air...over the load of mortar......it was too funny!!!
Once he was able to speak...I ask,... "Dad are you ok"? He Started Laughing like hell.... "Yeah..damn, I put too much in that this time!!! "

Yeah that was a good thought! Damn I Miss him!!!

No funny memories like that with Mom!! Damn I miss her too!!!
Greenie for the Memories!!
Sunshine79

Apr 21 @ 7:44AM  
Those were pretty funny. But, at the moment I can't think of any one particular situation. Plus, I think yours topped anybody's here, lol Greenie for the Tommy Story!
KitKat25

Apr 25 @ 3:13AM  
I was out shopping with my Godmother and mom one Saturday...when we stopped at Sears because my mom needed to return something. I'll never forget it...I was standing a few clothing racks away from customer service...when all of sudden...I see jeans go flying through the air...and I think to myself...those sure do look familiar.

When I walked over to where my mom was...she was in a heated discussion with a salesperson over a return...yanno...the flying jeans. Apparently my mom had waited too long to return the jeans...but she still wanted her money back...and the salesperson didn't want to give it back to her.

Eventually...the manager gave my mom her money back. I think it was because he wanted her to leave the store. I will never forget seeing those jeans flying through the air...the faces on some of the customer's faces...and my Godmother's face when she said...we better get over to that register before your mom goes ballistic on some poor salesperson. WTF?! And here I thought throwing jeans at a salesperson was going ballistic. Oh well...live and learn right?

Good blog topic WoW.

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What was the funniest thing involving your parent(s) that you witnessed?