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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Parenting 101: How to Embarrass Your Teen

Okay now. I don't ever want to hear from my 15 year-old daughter that I embarrass her again! After viewing this video, visiting this guy's blog, and reading about what this father has done to his 16 year-old son, I now believe that I deserve a Cool Parent of the Year Award.

Imagine, if you will, that you are a tired, probably self-conscious, adolescent male boarding the bus for a day of high school. Then imagine that on the first day of school, your father sends you off to school by waving at you from the front porch. Embarrassing enough, no? Apparently, no. On the second day of school, your father decides to don a Chargers helmet and jersey while waving at the school bus. Okay, Dad, you're really embarrassing me. Day 3 brings out the Anakin Skywalker helmet, and Day 4, the swim trunks, flippers, and snorkel. By Day 5 and the sombrero and Mexican poncho, we've now entered serious humiliation territory, and Dad is not to be stopped.

You can visit "Wave At the Bus," this guy's blog and see all 170 days of his son's utter mortification. Show it to your kids--maybe they'll appreciate you a bit more!


  1. This was great, thanks for sharing it. That Dad really loves his kid to take that kind of time to send him off every morning. He will see that one day, when he's a Dad. I'm not kidding, that Father rocks.

  2. Hi Lolamouse, I thought I was following you, but I am now. Embarrassing ur that not what we are supposed to do? LOL

  3. Woah! That's crazy!!
    Too funny :)

  4. SOMEBODY.....has/had alot of time on their hands! ;0)

  5. I feel for that poor boy. Thanks for sharing;

  6. Lol yeah, I laughed when I saw this. That's some dedication.


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