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24 May 2008 @ 03:06 pm
OUR IMAGINARY DAUGHTER(S).  
Lover, on my last entry and how a bunch of you commented on how hot my dad is/was: one day, i would just like half the compliments from our daughter's friends that your dad gets. Sheesh.


Judging by how hot my boyfriend is and how well he's aged, I told him he's likely to receive such comments. I doubt, though, that I'd take nicely to our daughter's friends calling him a DILF (because I am possessive like that). This is, of course, assuming that our daughter would be a blogger at age 12 (god knows what she has to blog about, though, at that age) and I'd be the cool mom who reads her blog but isn't cool enough to approve of 12-year olds knowing what DILF stands for.

Several times in the past, lover and I have talked about what our daughters would be like, going as far as mapping out their lives. We'd have two: one would be named Asia (after a certain feature of mine) and the other would be named Tonette (a name I do not approve of and she will, therefore, lead a very tragic life).

Our sample babies (Tonette is obviously the ugly one):

bunnycat, catbunny

(Daughters, You Say?)
 
 
 
divineloo on May 25th, 2008 03:55 pm (UTC)
emo kids have now gone from age 16 to 10. my cousin is one of those lost souls.
CJmahldeeta on June 3rd, 2008 04:49 pm (UTC)
Asia is definitely cute. Looks cuddly too.
On the other hand, Tonette has a nice color to her fur. :D