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He's just getting a jump on the adult male homeosapien phenomenon of believing that he is The Last Man On Earth. He's right on track. And while you're up . . .

Cynthia Barnett

Here, the boy had consumed so much of the household oxygen that when he went away for summer camp for three weeks, the girl said, first, ... "I can breathe ..." and then, "This is like heaven!"

Cynthia Barnett

All of which makes your decision that much more agonizing, yes?

Suburban Kamikaze

I don't know how I am going to do without his time management tutorials.


Darcy Perdu

That is hysterical! My son has the same attitude about his sister. He's often saying "oh yeah...her."

Suburban Kamikaze

So they're all only children then. That certainly explains a lot.



Mine IS an only child and has informed numerous times that before he was born the world existed in black and white. AND that while he's away at college life here ceases to exist. It's got to be a boy thing.

I think we need to get a grant so we can study this phenomenon further.

Suburban Kamikaze

Yes, a grant. It's going to have to be six figures just to cover the therapy bills for the Unseen Siblings. And the Cotes du Rhone.


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