The DIS Dad's Club V - Man's Room

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  1. chillcoupons

    chillcoupons Dis Dad's Club Member #81

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    Fed thought he got the last word in but his wife just called him to tell him he was wrong. :rotfl2:
     
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  3. GoHerd1028

    GoHerd1028 <font color=red>DDC 172<br><font color=green>"Inse

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    Man alive!!! I go to work and try to support my family and what happens??? You guys leave without me!!! I did not even get a chance to challenge for the last word...congrats to Fed anyway!!!

    Mark that is a hillarious video Loved it:thumbsup2

    Don...question...is there a way to edit your post on the new dads and where they are from or do I just need to keep doing what I have been doing??
     
  4. chillcoupons

    chillcoupons Dis Dad's Club Member #81

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    It looks like we have a volunteer to watch the kids for parents night out at Dis dads meets.:lmao::lmao:
     
  5. Capt. Barbosa

    Capt. Barbosa DIS Veteran

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    A list of movies I swear to show my boys when they are old enough so they have a clue what I've been quoting all these years and will not be social outcasts among their peers.

    In no particular order (feel free to add more)

    Young Frankenstein
    Blazing Saddles
    Better off Dead
    Caddy Shack
    Pulp Fiction (I edit most of those when I say them)
    Ferris Bueller Day Off
    48 hrs
    Weird Science
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    Airplane
    Uncle Buck
    Addams Family Values
    Tommy Boy
    The GodFather Movies
    Dumb and Dumber
    Happy Gilmore
    Spinal Tap
    History of the World
    Animal House
    Good Fellas
    Lord of the Rings
     
  6. GoHerd1028

    GoHerd1028 <font color=red>DDC 172<br><font color=green>"Inse

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    Beuller?....Beuller?... :confused3
     
  7. Captain_Oblivious

    Captain_Oblivious DIS Dad #257

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    Mmmm...bacon...

    Thanks Dave!

    Thanks Steve!

    Sure, I love kids. Do you want me to break out the firecrackers or just pelt them with dodgeballs?
     
  8. Bradsdadg

    Bradsdadg Can someone give my party from Saturn a ring?

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    How about 3 of my favs:

    Indy Jones
    Star Wars
    Lord of the Rings

    Of course, it's never too soon to start them on the 3 Stooges either!
     
  9. Capt. Barbosa

    Capt. Barbosa DIS Veteran

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    Bueller?...Bueller?... Fixed.
     
  10. Captain_Oblivious

    Captain_Oblivious DIS Dad #257

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    :lmao::rotfl2::rotfl:


    I know how you feel. My vacation is in 53 days and I shut down already.

    Can't wait to hear about the trip! We'll need a detailed Trip Report. :surfweb:
     
  11. Capt. Barbosa

    Capt. Barbosa DIS Veteran

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    Sorry I should have qualified they are 11 and 8 so Star Wars and Indiana Jones have been covered along with most of the other age approved movies.

    Here is a good spot from my short Bio I guess

    I'm 44 yr old Father of two boys 11 and 8, Married 16 yrs to my lovely wife. Live in Southern NH just below Manchester, I was brought up in a Suburb of Boston and I'm a fan of the Bruins, Red Sox and Patriots, not a fan of Basketball.
    Things I'm geeky about besides Disney. Jimmy Buffett,Mustangs, Jeeps, Bugs Bunny 70 and 80's Rock.
    I started my Disney addiction in 1974 when my parents brought me to Disney on a regular basis. Starting in 2004 I introduced my kids to WDW and my kids have been hooked ever since, we just bought into DVC this June and we are looking forward to many more trips to our Happy Place.
     
  12. ClearScreen

    ClearScreen An E-Ticket attraction in my own mind.

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    Nice list. :thumbsup2

    I would definitely add Goodfellas as one of the all-time must see "guy" movies. Two more "guy" movies I still quote: Stripes and the Blues Brothers.

    ClearScreen
     
  13. ClearScreen

    ClearScreen An E-Ticket attraction in my own mind.

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    You got it!
     
  14. Gasface

    Gasface Earning My Ears

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    Cinderella wants to go to the ball, but her wicked stepmother won't let her. As Cinderella sits crying in the garden, her fairy godmother appears, and promises to provide Cinderella with everything she needs to go to the ball, but only on two conditions. "First, you must wear a diaphragm."

    Cinderella agrees. "What's the second condition?"

    "You must be home by 2 a.m. Any later, and your diaphragm will turn into a pumpkin."

    Cinderella agrees to be home by 2 a.m. The appointed hour comes and goes, and Cinderella doesn't show up. Finally, at 5 a.m., Cinderella shows up, looking love-struck and **very** satisfied.

    "Where have you been?" demands the fairy godmother. "Your diaphragm was supposed to turn into a pumpkin three hours ago!!!"

    "I met a prince, Fairy Godmother," Cinderella replied. "He took care of everything."

    "I know of no prince with that kind of power! Tell me his name!"

    "I can't remember, exactly...Peter Peter, something or other...."

    :rotfl2:
     
  15. tutter99

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    The Kegerator, Foosball, and shuffleboard tables look new but I'm pretty sure those girls are used:rolleyes:
     
  16. ClearScreen

    ClearScreen An E-Ticket attraction in my own mind.

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    I guess I should post a quick bio of me.

    I am 40 years old. I grew up in northern New Jersey but moved to New York when I got married.

    I am an attorney and partner in a prominent NY personal injury/medical malpractice office.

    I am a huge fan of fantasy sports, especially football and baseball.

    I played ice hockey in high school and still play in a men's league. So far, this year I have probably played in 35-40 games.

    I love playing foosball and pool. I have a Tornado T-2000 foosball table in my family room.

    I used to play and coach junior football in my hometown before I got married.

    Most interesting is my family's business. My grandfather started a business selling movie memorabilia, mostly posters and still pictures, back in the 1940s. My father took it over when he got out of the Coast Guard and he runs it to this very day with my older brother. My father is generally regarded as one of the top movie poster dealers in the world and has been asked to evaluate posters on those PBS memorabilia shows (he refused - too shy). I spent most of my childhood at movie and comic book conventions all over the country. In fact, my first visit to Disney World in 1976 was a vacation following a movie show. They still do conventions and have a store in NJ. They are very prominent on E-Bay (SallyPix).

    ClearScreen
     
  17. Emma's Dad

    Emma's Dad DIS Dad #115 8^) Virginia Beach, VA

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    Sorry about leaving you behind :rolleyes1 Some folks were just chanting "CHANGE! WE WANT CHANGE!"... so I gave it to them. :confused3 :rotfl2:

    As for the list... Unfortunately, I cannot grant you the ability to edit the post of the first page. So... we could either:
    1.) Keep doing what you are doing and then I could update page 1 later.
    or
    2.) I can take on the responsibilty to take the requests to update just page 1.
    I can go either way.:cool2:
     
  18. GoofyIsAsGoofyDoes

    GoofyIsAsGoofyDoes Dis Dad #469 . . . . "Nation Ford", SC

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    I like your thinking. Here’s a couple other’s ideas that you kids may not have seen (particularly the uncut version that would really be required to get the full impact of the references)

    The Princess Bride
    All Monty Python (movies, series, live performances...)
    Yellowbeard (some of the same Python folks)
    Major League (just to here Bob Uecker doing the play by play if for no other reason)

    And a couple of other Guy Movies that get quoted down this way...
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Full Metal Jacket
    Raising Arizona
     
  19. Goofy + 3

    Goofy + 3 <font color=red>DDC 400<br><font color=purple>Reme

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    I see you're a Mel Brooks fan.:thumbsup2

    Christmas Vacation
    Naked Gun
    And the most obvious omission of all, Fletch. And for some reason, I've been quoting Clue lately.
     
  20. tutter99

    tutter99 DIS Veteran

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    Very cool, I still have 40 or 50 posters from my theater manager days (hard to believe ones like Days of Thunder are 20 years old now), I keep wanting to take them out and go through them but don't want to risk damaging them just to put them away again because I don't have a place to put them up.
     
  21. GoHerd1028

    GoHerd1028 <font color=red>DDC 172<br><font color=green>"Inse

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    Makes no difference to me...It might be easier if you did it since you can update it easily and I wont be clogging up the threads :rotfl2:
     
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