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Where were the teenage boys with British accents when I was a teenager?Oh, probably England...right. Though we did have a cute Australian exchange student at our hs one year!
This is so funny! I have fourteen and thirteen year old nephews. Spot on, spot on. I was never like that, or course.Kelly - Haha!
Is it sad that I had to look up Marmites? So now you know that your posts are educational as well as funny. Happy Friday!
OH my gosh, I've always wondered about those teenage boys. I'd better buy a pound of butter for my boys. =)
Ha!! The Brits rock. I am wondering what the American equivalent would be to the Marmite component. Probably peanut butter. How would one counteract that? Rub with jam?
LOL. Don't have kids, but this was funny.
Hahahaha! Oh wow. I think he's on to something, there.
Oh, that Charlie. I hadn't seen this particular one, but it's pretty freaking awesome.
LOL, love this! Thanks for the snarf!
Snarf! Laurel, good point! Is the marmite component only Brits or is it every teenage boy?
I only want to rub butter on the pretty ones. Then, if they are good, I will buy them beer.
That description was way too close to what my 11-year-old seems to be turning into. :) Thanks for the laugh!
I have two boys, one who will be turning 13 in a month. That video was the perfect parenting resource, thanks Carrie. And yes, boys...errr, men do enjoy a good poo poo joke. It never seems to get old for those males.
Have you seen the one about teenage girls? Apparently, we speak crazy.
I'd love to spend a day web-surfing with you and see how you come up with all these genius videos.
Oh crap! I'm fast-web-browsing, no time for video at the time, but after browsing the comments (at super-hero speed) I'll be back to watch this! for sure!!!!!
I'm with Kelly-where WERE those British teenage boys?
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