The Missions of a Teenager

Sometimes I feel like my life is a mission, the obstacles? School. Parents. Technology. And my friend Milli. Can I just say some of this stuff is exaggerated but it is all based on things that real happened.

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1. Teaching dad how to play Cut The Rope.

So me and mom had just got back from shopping (nothing exiting, only looking for candles) and dad was on the new laptop. Ok, usually dad is the tech mastermind but he isn't actually as good as he thinks he is when it comes to games. I asked him to go on this app, Cut the rope. 

Cut the rope is this game where you basically have to get the sweet to the frog by cutting the ropes that hold the sweet and stop it from falling. Along the way you have to collect stars but I never bother about that. I got dad to go on the first level (Cardboard box) and I showed him how to play. 

10 minuets later, he came across this one level (Can I just say he was not to bad at this game) where you had to push the sweet using this cushion thing. But when you clicked on it it made a fart sound. Yes, a fart sound. Before I knew it dad was imitating the works of Mozart and Beethoven on his fart orchestra.

Right now I'm listening to none stop farting escaping the speakers of the laptop, accompanied dad giggling like a 5 year old. I'm never letting him play that game again, NEVER!

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