View Full Version : Farmers playpen
03-08-2010, 04:08 PM
Toss in some tools and we are good to go for a few minutes.
03-08-2010, 04:21 PM
Good idea. Think maybe I'll build a bunch of those and open a day care center. That way we can advertise stall or pasture boarding for the kids.
03-08-2010, 10:01 PM
I agree also, its a pretty good idea. Don't give him to many tools or else he'll be bustin out.
Al, thats just not right man! The last time I was down at my sisters in southern KY I saw a mess of kids that probably needed pasture boarding. Little suckers were running all over the place, and no one to watch out for them.
The part thats not right is, just hard I laughed when I read your post.
03-10-2010, 11:29 PM
Now yall don't think I'd really do that do ya? Nah..stalls take up to much room if you got a bunch of kids.
Better to take 'em out to the horse lot and tie 'em to the hot walker for a bit. On a good warm day don't take but an hour or so and they're all easy to keep an eye on.
Then you charge extra for having an aerobics exercise program. Usually moms will pay a little extra every month cause they say they never have trouble getting junior to go to bed at night after they been out to our place.
03-16-2010, 08:33 AM
He is back to work. My mechanic gave him this and as soon as he comes out to the shop he heads for it, usually puts it away but had to take it home yesterday and carted it around for an hour.
03-16-2010, 09:12 PM
Now thats funny, I have a visual going on right now.
Isn't it funny how at this point a kid has not a care in the world how much a toy cost. Could cost a penny or 100 bucks, it just isn't a factor. But then I think about my toys. All I can think is if I could entertain my self with a spark plug wire I would have a great deal of money to leave to my kids when the time comes.
But that just doesn't seem as fun.
03-17-2010, 08:29 AM
Yes, I tell people around me that he really doesn't need more plastic junk, absolutely fascinated with the vacuum cleaner parts and anything with a cord or switch. I need to change out some recepts for gfci before he zaps himself. He defeats the child resistant stuff, not yet 2 and can put tape in vcr, turn it and the tv on, has a fair grasp of the remotes.
03-17-2010, 10:01 PM
LOL he has almost mastered the remote, thats funny. I think after I was about 3 or 4 years I was the tv remote. (Son. turn it up a little, Son change the channel, Son change it back, There thats good you can leave it there for a few minutes.)
I'm sure I'm not the only one here that remembers doing this. I'm not making fun in any way at all but I bet there is a few guys here that were the remote for the radio as well. And to think now, when the batteries die, we are in a world of hurt.