Please Please Watch this

@p1kef1sh (45638)
March 14, 2008 5:04pm CST
If you like cute with a twist in the tale then you will love this:http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-774590192795774923&q=goodbyetothenormals.com&total=1&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=0 I don't often do this. But this really is one of the funniest little films that I have seen in a while. Hope that you enjoy it to. I have been both the Kid and the parent. Oh Happy days.
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@kbourgerie (8780)
• United States
15 Mar 08
This child is just so darn clever. It just makes me laugh that he hasn't even considered changing his mind. He'll be something one day, that little one.
@p1kef1sh (45638)
15 Mar 08
I was lying in bed and I thought of this video and have come back downstairs and am watching it again. Of course I couldn't resist the temptation to come back on here. Now I'm going to nag you. Why aren't you lying down. Not much of a nag I know. LOL.
• United States
15 Mar 08
My boyfriend and son have gone to the store. I thought I'd just take a couple of minutes to catch up here. When they get back, no doubt they will fight me for the computer, which actually is fine, because I'm getting a bit weary again and a bit sore. So yes, I'm pushing myself a bit, but at least I'm not up moving furniture.
@p1kef1sh (45638)
15 Mar 08
OK. No more nagging. Actually the film is a short from a feature film called "Goodbye to he Normals". I haven't seen it, I'm not sure that it is released yet. But I think that I will look out for it. If the rest is as funny, then it should be a pleasant way to spend an hour or so.
• United States
16 Mar 08
This was really cute. I remember when I was little and I packed up my bag and grabbed my teddy bear and announced I was running away from home. I was ignored. I walked out the door and hit under a pine tree. What felt like days (but it was only about an hour) later everyone came out to look for me. It wasn't until my grandmother started to cry did I come out from my hiding spot. I did get an ice cream cone for my efforts though.
@p1kef1sh (45638)
16 Mar 08
Although I accept that you were not a ginger haired little boy (were you), I somehow thought of you when I first saw this on my sister's Facebook account. His attitude seems to represent your spirited approach to life. I can imagine you under that tree and I certainly approve of the ice cream. I ran away once (well twice actually but I described the first time to Trans above) and my mother drove me the first mile! I walked back and she told me years afterwards that she went and hid and waited to see what I did. I think that she was quite relieved that I set off back home. My own daughter has never tried to run away. She keeps coming back! Wonder what that says about us as parents. Too indulgent probably.