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  • Is that why you can't spell Caesars?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 12:12pm
  • 3:20- hahahahahahaha everyone else shut the fuck up

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 27, 09 at 2:32am
  • Hahahahaha 3:43. It's funny that everyone is attacking 3:20 over that. I don't understand but it's funny. lmao

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:44pm
  • 11:08, eh, it's not funny...it's kinda annoying if you've been reading TFLN for awhile. It gets old quick. But like you said, the website is full of those people & it's not gonna stop. Maybe it'll at least die down some when all the little fucks go back to middle school in the fall.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 11:15am
  • if you have to ask, then they are too young

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:52am
  • If they can crawl they're in the right position... wait no that doens't work here.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:42am
  • Ohio, you never cease to amaze me.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:32am
  • I say wait till they're at least 5 and until that time for all the men out there just have the mother of ur kid make u a drink

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 27, 09 at 3:14am
  • 3:41 retarded. In your attempt to make him look foolish you got a little too hasty and spelled stick instead of stuck. Just slow down your typeing there chief, maybe the caps lock was throwing you off.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 5:44pm
  • I was filling my uncles beer cups from the keg at the age of 3 or 4. I have been doing this forever. I know how to properly pour a beer from the keg... hahahaha. I love this. There is no such thing as too young!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:12pm
  • Never to young. Teach them early so they have a fall back career.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:40pm
  • 4 and under make stronger drinks because they just pour and pour

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 11:10am
  • 12:16 yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawn

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 12:52pm
  • my first chore when i was 8 was to make pitchers of grapefruit juice and vodka before breakfast

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:51am
  • lol 10:59, don't waste your time. This whole website is full of "that is SOOOOOO stereotypical of [said location]", when for the most part, the text is generic and not territory-specific. I find it funny.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 11:08am
  • " And you're probably all alcoholics now June 26, 2009 10:26AM" If you're not, do you really belong here? I mean, its a whole website dedicated (supposedly) to bad decisions and drunken text messages.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:14pm
  • age isn't important. they just need to be able to reach the booze.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 27, 09 at 7:57am
  • that;s hilarious. and i'll def be asking that when im older to my kids lol disturbing

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 11:28pm
  • Panda bears are cuddly. I want to hug one.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:55pm
  • little shits might piss in it to be funny.. ill make my own drinks any day

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 11:29am
  • if they are old enough to understand the concept of half and half...you're good

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:36am
  • Cause that's only slightly alcoholic. Good job, you're a fantastic parent. Classy.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 27, 09 at 8:51am
  • wud u b yawnin if i stuck my dik in ur mouf

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 1:38pm
  • never too young.. my dad has had me making his drinks since i was ten

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 1:02pm
  • Hey 3:20, wut if i stuk my dik n ur mouf God, you're retarded.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:39pm
  • Im 16 and I've been mixing drinks for my parent for the last few years. Having alcohol around the house hasnt ever been a problem, in fact Im normally the sober one when Im out with my friends. And my parent have always let me drink as long as Im at the house and I dont go anywhere. So yeah totally go for it! Beside, Im gonna make a kick ass bartender in a few years to pay my way though college =] Your kid could do the same!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 27, 09 at 11:48am
  • This makes me nostalgic for Mad Men; that little girl is a damn good bartender.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:45am
  • when i was little and my dad wanted a rolling rock, he'd tell me to go out to the fridge and get the green bottle with the horse on it. a kid's never too young to learn.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 4:00pm
  • wtf is 3:20, the "omg, you spelled something right" police? 3:20, you're as lame as my attempt to ridicule you. At least I realize it.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:43pm
  • 320 THEY SPELLED STICK AND IN RIGHT! It's everything else that's wrong. && you're not funny.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:41pm
  • As soon as they can reach the ice.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 9:07pm
  • 4:58 bullshit something is 10x as potent as shine, that means a sniff would mess you up.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 27, 09 at 2:17am
  • ^ agreed. i mean i started full time for my parents at 10

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:21am
  • 10:53 - way to love jokes about fucking little kids. gross.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:58pm
  • i started when i first started walking soo...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 29, 09 at 7:25pm
  • I made and still make drii Now for my parents and I was like9 making Irish car bombs lmao

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 8:39pm
  • Reminds me of my coaster here at work. There's an old, black and white picture on it of two middle-aged women and a young (5-ish) girl sitting on a couch. The caption reads: "Monica, dear, that was a precious little story. Now be a sweetheart and fix Mommy another martini."

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 12:16pm
  • HURR MY FAMILY IS SO COOL THEY LET ME TOUCH BOOZE BEFORE I COULD READ DERP DERP.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 27, 09 at 2:44am
  • Do not allow children to mix drinks. It is unseemly and they use too much vermouth.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 1:33pm
  • 11. that's when i was taught how to make ceasers. explains a lot.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 12:06pm
  • I would start by showing your child the ounce increments on their baby bottles. Once he has mastered that just tell him to dump out his formula whenever you need a drink. When he gets it right reward him with a Jello shot.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 22, 09 at 8:36am
  • try RAKI. It's a regional liquor in the Balkans. It's at least 10x more potent then moon shine. All my american friends that try it cough a lot, it burns your esafogus (sp?).

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 4:58pm
  • 10:32, Ohio never ceases to amaze you? If this amazes you, then it's no wonder Ohio never ceases to do so. You're obviously easily amazed. People all over the country have their kids make/bring them a drink. It has 0% to do specifically with Ohio, dumbfuck.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:59am
  • Hahaha 1042. I started bringing my dad and his friends beer when I was 5. Now guys at parties love me because I always remember to ask if anyone needs one everytime I get up.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:46am
  • 1:38, you accidentally put an extra 'c' in the word "stuck". i think you meant to say 'stuk'. also, you have an extra 'i' on the beginning of the word 'in'.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:20pm
  • 11:29 wtf SERIOUSLY

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 12:28pm
  • And you're probably all alcoholics now

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:26am
  • When i was about ten, i actually taught my parents a drink they now have occasionally.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 19, 09 at 12:19pm
  • I was making jack and cokes for my grandparents when I was 8 or 9

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:21am
  • HeY 3:20, sUk A dIk! R u HaPpY nOw? Or SuK uR mOmS cIlT u SiK tWaT

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:47pm
  • 3:20, don't further discourage decent grammar.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:40pm
  • As soon as they are able to use a blender

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 27, 09 at 1:20am
  • Old enough to bleed, old enough... Wait...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:53am
  • What's going onnnnnnnnnn? I just broke-ed my nnnnn key

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 3:51pm
  • 10:26 I started drinking with my parents and at family events since I was like 13. Now I'm the only one of my friends who doesn't have a drinking problem. My 3 other roomates at school have DUIs and I don't. Age doesn't matter, stupidity and immaturity do.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:42am
  • i've been making drinks for my dad and his friends since i was like 6....so i'd say never too young...it can't be hurting anything...heck, i turned out ok.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 1:30pm
  • well in my family it started when your motor skills developed enogh to pour the glass of wine

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 10:47am
  • depends on when they are strong enough to pick up and pour an alcohol bottle

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 26, 09 at 2:57pm
  • Depends on if drinking made the kid or not

    Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 10, 10 at 2:20am
  • Yeahhhhh 937!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 2, 10 at 9:56pm
  • When he can say mommy is the right time.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 12, 09 at 1:15pm
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