August 22nd, 2005

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11:32 am - does your dad know you?

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[User Picture]From: jacquez Date: August 22nd, 2005 - 04:06 pm (Link)
1: Mom would get it, Dad would not.

2: I have no children, but if I did, Mom would know their names, and Dad would not.

3: I don't have one of these, due to an acute case of not being Jewish.

4: Probably neither of my parents would know this.

5: My mother would try to be too specific about where Nat grew up and would get it wrong. My dad would just say "Massachusetts" and therefore get it right.

6: Well, it was overnight camp. Mom would know this, Dad has about a 50/50 chance (as all his children went there over a period of 17 years).

7: It would depend on the sister. Mom knows all; Dad would be able to guess some but not others.

8: Neither of my parents would know this, although both would know my birthdate. This is what comes of being skeptics and atheists and so on.

9: Both parents would know this.

10: Neither parent would know this; I've only just started having allergies this year, and outgrew the one I had as a child by the time I was 9.
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: August 22nd, 2005 - 05:30 pm (Link)
5. I wonder if that was good enough or not. I don't think they said "city and state" I think they said "where" but the correct answer was Pittsburgh.

8. Yeah, similarly, the dad knew the exact date of the birthday, but said he had no idea what the sign was for then. He said he barely knew his own. The mother did know.
[User Picture]From: jacquez Date: August 22nd, 2005 - 06:14 pm (Link)
5. I guess it'd be hard for people who grew up in more than one town, then, like Nat.

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