Your son is saying that because you have drilled it into his brain for his entire life.
Either that or he hasn't hit puberty yet.
10/20/2010 8:42:19 AM
Nope, I can't argue with the Bible. It's an inanimate object, a book of centuries-old stories.
Doesn't it mean modest, as opposed to extravagant. Not modest, as opposed to naked.
I think it looks ridiculous for boys to have their jeans halfway down to their knees, so that you can see the logo on their underwear.
Still, they are at perfect liberty to dress like that, if they want to.
Kids believe in Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy. Believing in one or two more fictitious creatures will not be a big stretch for them.
10/20/2010 9:30:13 AM
Modest is a relative term. Women in Roman culture at this time (Biblical scrolls, 2500-3000 years ago) showed a fair bit of leg and upper chest, Some cultures were damn near naked and still others didn't cover most their body ( climates an issue too) when in public.
Lady is a relative term also. Was this "lady" overweight, wearing an undersized outfit or otherwize unattractive? Because at 13 most boys are interested in the female form and over half the females interest them ( I remember liking girls and womens appearance before all the sexual keys or urges came in )
Because if it was Nikki Cox like or even Peg Bundy like, you made your son gay
10/20/2010 12:07:34 PM
Maybe your son is trying to tell you something....
Perhaps he is gay?
6/2/2011 5:55:12 AM