Yi! My boss wants to play matchmaker and set me up with his son. If I date him, I will most likely receive a promotion and a massive pay raise. My friends and I are split over whether or not I should do it. What do you think? A raise of $35,000 is hard to turn down.
Steve thinks she should do it for the money. Slacker says you shouldn't do it because if it goes bad he is tied to the person who pays your rent.
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There is a video of a man letting a camel put its head inside of his car. The camel put his son's whole head in its mouth.. Some people think this is child endangerment and want him charged. But the fact is we all do things that is dangerous for our kids.
Listen to our conversation HERE
You watch the video do you think the kid was in danger?
A party at Colorado State got so out of control, police had to break it up with tear gas and riot gear! What is the craziest party you went to?
Steve grew up on a farm and during his senior year of high school a new girl moved in the area and decided to throw a party to become a part of the “cool” crowd. The “cool” kids showed up, leaked on the stove, took axes and started chopping things up. And the only reason why they went to the party was to prove that the “cool” group decides if you’re in, and that you can’t make yourself seem cool.
What is the craziest party you went to?
The craziest party I went to contained a mob of people in an apartment complex, there was no room to move, it was like a huge concert where everyone was literally crawling on top of each other.
On the highway…in a plane…when you didn’t even know you were pregnant…what bizarre birth story do you have?
A woman gave birth on Sunday on New Jersey's Garden State Parkway. She was rushing to the hospital when she pulled over and delivered. Both mom and daughter are doing well at Monmouth County hospital.
A 44-year-old woman in Michigan went to the hospital with what she thought was a hernia but ended up giving birth… even though doctors told her she couldn't get pregnant. The woman had pains and went to the hospital. After tests they found out she was 40-weeks pregnant and hours later gave birth to a 10 pound baby girl via C-section. The woman had significant abdominal surgery two years ago and was told she wouldn't be able to have kids. Both mom and baby are doing great and are already home.
Janae Colvard had no idea she was pregnant until she gave birth. She went to a Gilbert, Arizona medical center before a nurse placed her in a wheelchair because she thought she had kidney stones. Janae stood up because she thought she had “an accident,” and then noticed her baby’s head crowning. The baby was delivered successfully.
Slacker does not understand how women can gain the weight of a child, and not know. There are quite a few pregnant women around the office, and the child kicking is visible. How do you not notice gaining weight, or the kid kicking, or Aunt Flow’s monthly visit?
The show “I Didn’t Know I was Pregnant” is probably the scariest, most bizarre show. I cannot believe that not knowing actually happens, unless the show is just an urban legend.
Yi! I found my 15-year-old daughter’s diary and I read it. I know it wasn’t the right thing to do but I did it and I don’t like what I saw. She wrote about being pressured to do drugs after school and getting more physical with her boyfriend. I feel like I need to talk to her about these situations, but I clearly can’t start the conversation by telling her I violated her privacy and read her diary. Ignorance is bliss, but how do you handle it when you know things about your child that you’re not ‘supposed’ to…but need to do something about it?
Slacker knows that when his kids are older he will be going through the exact same thing. Parents know that they shouldn’t snoop and trust their kids to make the right decisions, although Slacker is convinced that he will be the parent that goes though all of the technology and social media his kids are involved with. You have to trust your kid, up until the point they break your trust and are caught red handed. Ultimately in the end Slacker and Steve know that if the kids are under the parents roof they have the right to access valuable information that might be hiding in that room of theirs.
What advice do you have for Elaine?
I think Elaine should take this one concern at a time. Talk about the relations or drugs, and just casually say I saw this thing about teens and relations or drugs and Elaine should state how she feels, and tell her that she would be super disappointed if she ever found out that her daughter was doing those things. Kids never want to disappoint their parents and so hearing those words might sway her to refrain as she is now.