Ackkkk!!! I have a 15 year old, and that would definitely make me gulp~
Uh-oh :-)Well, I was driving at 15 and my parents didn't know it :-)
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bahahah! not good!
This may or may not have happened to someone with whom I closely identify myself. :/ Not proud of 15-year-old decisions. We see tons and tons of safe, see beautiful now. Happy seeing beautiful!http://seeabeautifulworld.blogspot.com/
Someone is going to have a serious conversation when mom and dad get home.
Uhhhhhh. I smell trouble.
Definitely not something you want to hear. My girls never wanted to to drive. We finally made them learn when they turned 18. I wonder if their fear of driving came from the fact, that we live in California. The roads here can be a dangers place.
Uh oh! That doesn't sound good..
Look on the bright side, he didn't have an accident. Now you can have the big talk and I bet he won't so it again 'til he's meant to.Carolyn
I fail the point? Most boys around here are driving at 15 - albeit illegally! Comes naturally in rural grazing areas.
ok that is great, not for you but a great laugh for me!Mostly because my oldest is 8 so I am no where close I can laugh about it :)
Haha..."Oops, I was mistaken. Not your kid!" :)
Obviously your son has a dopelganger in the neighborhood.
oh my gosh, sorry but I kinda laughed, sounds like my son!
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Haha, this really made me laugh! I could just imagine their faces!
lol! Somebody's busted! since my daughter is only two, the thing I wouldn't want to hear at a gala, would be, "that exhibit that your daughter just destroyed cost millions of dollars!"
Uh oh, busted
ouch...not a good thing at all...so next post you will cover the conversation...ha
Uh oh! I agree with another commenter -- SURELY he must have a doppleganger!
That sure brings back memories...only it was the police at 1 AM say your son just wrecked your car!! Thank goodness he was alright the car could be fixed but that 15 year old didn't get his license until he was 18! Have a very Happy Easter, Esther
Oh no, i hope that has nothing to do with the car in the pool.LOL
Oh NO, I can relate! Enjoy your evening, HUGS!
Kids are endlessly entertaining.
>>> Gene Pool Diva....as long as they belong to someone else!! :)
YIKES- that would send me into a panic for sure.
OMG! So what have you found out about that comment?
Hope this didn't happen to you! If it did...not funny...if it didn't, it was funny!
That's a great story! Sharon @ mrs. hines class
Hi, This cracked me up because it sounded just like my hubby-he was driving long before 16. Thanks for sharing.Hugs, Noreen
ohhhhh NO, no good
Ha ha - awkward!
Uh oh... did someone get busted??
Oh no, not you - pleeease! (Oh dear, hehehe)
Oh my goodness... hilarious! Sounds like something that would have been heard in our family!! lol
Busted!!!I starded to drive at 15 with my parent permission my dad was my teacher BEST teacher EVER!!! but my mom was never ok with it Im 25 and have no bad record so Im very lucky to have had the support from my DADDY.~Jazmin
Funny, did this really happen?
LOL.Of course I can laugh...my youngest is 19.
Wow- - - even sixteen was too young when it came to my boys. I never got angry at them as I did while they were between sixteen and seventeen and wanted to do nothing but drive.
Oh man sounds like one of the pitfalls of living in a small town.
Yeah...and then there's THAT! xo Diana
One of my older boys 'borrowed' my car when they were teens. He only did it once...lol. and no, he didn't wreck it. I am following back - you followed me in the Tues. hop. Thank you!
No that is funny............
Don't tell is that car in the pool he drove.
Someone is gonna get it when their parent's get home.Danielle
Did someone say something wrong???
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Oh no, somebody is going to be in trouble.
Oh gosh I will be dealing with this in 1 year and I am not looking forward to it.
Ah ha, someone's busted. Hopefully he wasn't driving someone else's car without permission.But maybe the neighbour's also making up story? Further checks needed.
nope. you dont want to hear that. :)
OMG! I can't wait to hear about the aftermath in the next blog posting......
oh god! haaha thank god my mom didn't find out like that!can't wait to see you on my blog again(:faashiongeek.blogspot.com
My sweetie did plenty of driving his parents didn't know about when he was 15. I've got a great story for you...http://www.twelvemakesadozen.blogspot.com/2011/10/my-first-ticket.htmlSandy
Little stinker. :)
ugh i would never have DARED to drive before my license (ok but maybe because my father commited suicide with driving into a tree...)thank you for your comment on my blog, of course i'll follow back!
Oh dear; brings back memories of my teenage girls!Blessings!Denise
UH-OH! I smell trouble...Spanish Pinay
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LOL!! You know sometimes people ask such questions when the lack what to say..
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Thanks for the Linky follow, following you back now :)
Thanks for the follow and comment. I'm following too.
Hahaha, very funny :)
LOL ... having two boys of my own.....I know the silence well ! :)))))) They were good boys but the average boys in some things.....
So funny-except not for the parents.
YIKES.Can't wait to hear part 2. Anne
Hahahaha!.......but not so funny at that moment.
Hilarious! I'm following back.
Hahaha! OMG. So true! My son (all grown up and out of the house now) was always really tall for his age, and I got this kind of stuff a LOT! :)
LOL! Great way to start my day! :D How funny. -Not for that parent of course. :) Good to see you at the GTKY Blog Hop again. Have a fantastic day!
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haha, that's awesome!! unless it really happened, then, not so much!!
Awesome. My brother taught my sister to drive around our farm when she was about 10 while my parents took Sunday afternoon naps.
Uh oh. Sounds like my sister. I was around 16 (and had just gotten my permit) and I woke up to the phone ringing. It was my younger (year and a half younger) sister on the other line, “don’t panic, but your car is OK”. I rushed to the window, “where’s my car!?!” I yelled into the phone.Turns out my sister wanted to see her boyfriend. So she “borrowed” my car and drove over to his house only to lock they keys in the car once she got there.
Ha ha. So true!!
What a scream. We will just pretend his has a race car, lol.I hope you have a fabulous Easter weekend.
Too funny. You have some great stories! Keep them coming. Thanks for sharing, liz
OH my goodness this gave me a huge laugh!! Love it.Creamy
This was sooo funny! I bet there is never a dull moment in your life lol.
That's funny. My youngest is 17 and driving!
Priceless...and I'm also laughing because I know at some point in my life that I will be the parent going "oh crap" in that conversation (c:
LOL! oh lordy!
This is one of those times when the person talking really wants the ground to swallow them up!!
Oh dear!!! :)
ruh-roh : )
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HAHA! That's funny! (following you ;-)
Too funny! I guess kids never can predict how they will get caught. I can remember being 15! :)~Jess
Oops! I remember going to a party when I was 15 and a group of boys took the family car for a drive around the block! Dreadful looking back at it, but I remember we all found it very funny at the time.
Uh oh, BUSTED! Smile here thinking when my neighbor told me we sure had a loud party last weekend. We were out of town! :( Someone was BUSTED that weekend too !~Emily
Well, there just went fun time for your son! Happy Easter!
Hah! Thanks for the smile! Happy Easter weekend!
I don't know anyone (wink wink) who would do such a thing, drive without a license, tisk tsk~Mowww.mokekumileicreations.com
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Better than not hearing that? Oops.
LOL. This one made me laugh out loud.