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Lazy Jedi = Lazy Dad

Posted by on January 20th, 2012, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

This guy beats us even on our best mornings. Behold, the majesty of a regular dude with Jedi powers…

As the video description says, “With great power eventually comes great laziness.” So true. I am incredibly talented and hugely successful, and all I want to do is sleep right now.

I just keep imagining the ease with which I could accomplish diaper changes. That lightsaber would also come in real handy to open the “plastic” casing around toys and accessories. Have you ever tried to open the plastic around toys and baby equipment? Those suckers are made from a carbonite-like material. Someone please just get me a lightsaber. I’ll be good with it. Promise.

Happy Friday!

Enjoy,
Master Charlie of the Jedi Order

PS: To the commenter who said I put too many photos of myself in my posts… how about this one: CHARLIE

12 Comments

12 Responses to “Lazy Jedi = Lazy Dad”

  1. Christina says:

    You know those cheats in video games?

    When I was working 30 minutes from home til midnight on a regular basis, I would wish I could open up a Morrowind-esque console window and teleport myself home.

    Now I wish for Sims-esque shift-click to make bad moodlets go away. Like Hunger and Dirty Diaper…

    You can keep your jedi mind tricks. I just want cheat codes.

  2. Gale says:

    Do Jedi mind tricks work with people who can’t talk yet?

  3. Gale says:

    “You do want a nap.”
    “This is not the iPhone you are looking for.”

  4. Gale says:

    PPS: It’s out of season, but have you heard this song about Toy Packaging?

  5. Hasan says:

    Hi, I would like to share this video of my baby boy talking on my cell phone, when I got a call, he got my cell phone and started talking .. watch it

  6. Lacy says:

    Now I’m daydreaming about using the Force to just hover my toddler out of reach of everything… or maybe hover her on my back and let my carrier tie itself around her so I can keep the baby happy. Hover bouncing him to sleep would eliminate the tired arms. Yep, parents should definitely have Jedi powers. :P

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