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OMG I can't believe my son did this

post #1 of 29
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He got this stuff they use at school called "sticky tack" to hang things on the wall instead of tape or staples stuck in his hair. THEN to make matters worse, he tried cutting it out of his hair to hide it from me.. well it didnt work and after 45 mins of soaking in the tub, peanut butter, mayo, YOU name it, we gave up and had to BUZZ his hair! I almost cried!
He loves it of course because now he doesnt have to brush it in the morning!


And the sad part, he likes it!! Im thinking he might have done this on purpose
post #2 of 29
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Originally Posted by DixieDarlin256
He got this stuff they use at school called "sticky tack" to hang things on the wall instead of tape or staples stuck in his hair. THEN to make matters worse, he tried cutting it out of his hair to hide it from me.. well it didnt work and after 45 mins of soaking in the tub, peanut butter, mayo, YOU name it, we gave up and had to BUZZ his hair! I almost cried!
He loves it of course because now he doesnt have to brush it in the morning!


And the sad part, he likes it!! Im thinking he might have done this on purpose
It will grow back!!! Don't worry!!
post #3 of 29
I know i shouldn't laugh its not nice but i cant help it peanut butter and mayonasie I eat peanut butter and mayonasie on white bread poor little thing his hair will grow back



post #4 of 29
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It's ok to laugh... I did when it was all done and over with... the stuff was like really really nasty bubble gum that hardens... I dunno how or why he did it, but he did! I am just confused, he's almost 8 yrs old not 4 and never did this stuff when he was 4... just gotta laugh it off
post #5 of 29
Kids!!
post #6 of 29
Hehe...boys will be boys, I suppose. Just be grateful it wasn't a daughter with a beautiful head of waist-length hair!! He looks really cute - and it'll grow back sooo fast! He's got a cheeky face, hasn't he??
post #7 of 29
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Originally Posted by DixieDarlin256
It's ok to laugh... I did when it was all done and over with... the stuff was like really really nasty bubble gum that hardens... I dunno how or why he did it, but he did! I am just confused, he's almost 8 yrs old not 4 and never did this stuff when he was 4... just gotta laugh it off
your soon has beauiful blues eyes now all the girls will chase him down ive never in my life heard of washing your hair with peanut butter and mayonaise

yes kids do the crazyest things my neice when she was 10yrs old shaved all her eye brawls off and cut her eye lashes off
post #8 of 29
I feel sorrier for his teacher. I used to hate it when kids took my sticky tack. There are a couple of different brands of it, some better than others, and the good stuff is hard to come by.
post #9 of 29
Next time use Crisco lard. Just slop it on his head and make him wear it for about 10 minutes then wipe it off with a warm dry towel.
post #10 of 29
Next time???????
post #11 of 29
and then the next time???!!!!!
post #12 of 29
At Least it looks good on him!!!
post #13 of 29
He is a very good looking boy. I bet he doesn't do that again.
post #14 of 29
Boys, as they say, will be boys!
post #15 of 29
Awww he's so cute. YOu can really see his EYES now. lol

Yep - it will grow back and fast I hope with COLD weather coming. LOL
post #16 of 29
Hehe! He's so cute! Gosh, if his eyelashes were any longer, you could just comb them up over his head!
post #17 of 29
Oh good grief I'm cracking up here
post #18 of 29
Oooh I'm sorry - I can't help but laugh!
post #19 of 29
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I hope there isn't a next time

Im lucky that his hair grows back fast. My ex husband brought him a hat last night to wear at school during P.E. outside... thats just what I need is his bald little head getting burnt!
post #20 of 29
Hahahaha

The joys of children!!
post #21 of 29
LOL! That happened to my Mum when she was little too - except it was bubble gum!!
post #22 of 29
Well they don't improve with age either. My oldest who is 17yrs old. Very well mannered young man. Has a job, great grades. Really enjoying his Senior year in High School and he is very polite.

I just got off the phone with him. He just informed me that he received ASD. Which is after school detention. He has NEVER had ASD. In American Sign Language II today they had a vocab test. They are not allowed to use their voices only hand signs. Well he was given the word sausage link. His reply to his teacher was "Yes, I have one".

Why would he do this, I just don't know!!!! He has no excuse at all other than it slipped out.
post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by DixieDarlin256
the stuff was like really really nasty bubble gum that hardens... I dunno how or why he did it, but he did!
that's odd - the sticky tak i use doesn't get hard until after a few years. that said - it would be incredibly difficult to get out of hair, even soft it's possible another kid put it in his hair, & he just doesn't want to tell you that.
post #24 of 29
Don't worry....are school pictures comming up?

One year my step-sister decided to cut my youngest step-brother's hair while thier mom was napping. He ended up with a new hairdo about like your son's...and school pictures were the next day! Poor kid! I think it explains why he now has an amazon jungle mop of hair on his head!
post #25 of 29
Oh, and I got shot with gum in my hair once. Some girl was aiming at a guy across the room...she had bad aim. Fortunately it hit my very long hair in a not so bad spot so I didn't have to cut much off. I was so mad I cried! (thats why I hate getting mad...i cry!)
post #26 of 29
LOL. Kids, gotta love them!
post #27 of 29
Thread Starter 
lol I am fortunate that school pictures were two weeks ago!

Oh last Sunday my 4 yr old got gum in my hair... glad it was in the back and at the very end and only had to snip about a 1/4 inch out
post #28 of 29
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Originally Posted by MoochNNoodles
I was so mad I cried! (thats why I hate getting mad...i cry!)
me, too!
post #29 of 29
He is really cute!!!
When my brother was about 7 or so, he took some glitter and throw it in his hair- I guess he thought it would sparkle and look cool or something. Come to find out, that stuff has glue in it and stuck to his scalp. My mom tried soaking his head, everthing, but couldn't get it all out. After about a month I think it was all gone. I think boys are just prone to do this kind of thing! My brother has had to go to the emergency room about 8 times while growing up, my sister only went once for a bug bite, and I went once at age 20 for a car accident!
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