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by TP_in_my_tree, Crescent Park,
on Dec 22, 2013
Doubt it was your kids, but I bet they know (or will know very quickly) who it was.
If its any consolation, it means your kids are well liked by someone!
Yes, your child has friends who like him/her enough to TP your house! Imagine that, PAUSD kids having some fun.
Ohfergoodness, sake, CHILL. This is not a capital offense. Years ago the night before the PALY-Gunn game or homecoming, the cheerleaders T-P'ds the homes of the football players. Traditional. I drove the girls who couldn't drive yet. Had a ball, then a popcorn and treats party afternoon,. And it's not raining, so let the kids alone, and even if it were, so what. This town is getting to be 'too much',,,very 'uptight'.
>I drove the girls who couldn't drive yet. Had a ball, then a popcorn and treats party afternoon,. And it's not raining, so let the kids alone, and even if it were, so what. This town is getting to be 'too much',,,very 'uptight'.
Happened to me a couple of times. I could appreciate the fun of it, during the act, but the perps should knock on my door the next day, and offer to clean it up. My husband ended up doing it, and he was not a happy camper.
Jean - posting this question was just a way of trying to get a convo started. I went to Paly myself, and TP'ing was one of the more innocuous things we did in the 80s.
- Being introduced to weed in Troop 57, while staying away from the patrols that were experimenting with shrooms and acid. When a Star scout was hallucinating an all-destroying forest fire your first time at Oljato, pot felt safe, very safe. That lesson of the unfathomed depths unsupervised drug use could lead to kept countless others from going to far during experimentation stage
- We dufus, shy guys were all too caught up in the awkward, mostly fabricated macho talk about doin' the deed with girls, when in reality we had no clue other than some mags found under an older brothers' mattress. Then as now, TPing was an awesome way to build a bridge between affection and action.
Too much information, dude. Save it for your memoirs.
Ha, "No thank you please!" My thoughts too.
@TP_in_my_tree: I don't understand why you posted because you seem to be complaining about it and then you support the activity in your second posting.
@Susan: Cleaning up the TP defeats the fun of it all. Your children should have cleaned it up.
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