Tedious, ungrammatical, unoriginal and tasteless crap from someone old enough to know better.
Cheering news indeed.
for once, a positive use for FaceBookglad your friend's ok
Good news. I remember what it was like - I was there once myself. (Rehab, that is, not Facebook.)
HA! HA!Just kidding. I don't actually get it, unless the joke is just that he's making fun of his dad's weight at an inappropriate time.Anyhow, here's an article about a man with an amazing leg that I thought you might enjoy:http://www.daytondailynews.com/o/content/shared-gen/blogs/dayton/daytoncrime/entries/2010/02/12/man_shot_in_chest_and_leg_knoc.html
At least they both must have a sense of humour - presuming that his dad knows what he put on FB, that is...
beautiful wordplay..so melodic..I should think that that sort of good news negates any impropriety taken with social convention.
Adam. The young man in question was comparing a cardiac ward for those people who do not take care of themselves to a rehab unit. Like most of these things, not funny if you have to explain it. Can't get your link to work either.Christopher. You might enjoy facebook. Some of us senior and sensible people take part.
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