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Andy Andrews’ Fifty Famous Parental Sayings

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If Andy Andrews parents were alive today, they’d honestly be amazed at what he remembers. They might say he has a mind like a sponge.

He actually remembers the very best things his parents and other mom’s and dad’s said. He even wrote them down and memorized them!

And with the holidays coming up, winter break means that kids will be spending a lot more time than usual with parents nearby, at least for a while.

And that means of course that normal kid-like behavior will surely trigger some of the most important communications that parents are capable of coming up with.

So parents, to help make your winter holiday with the kids easier than ever before, Andy is presenting you with his Fifty Famous Parental Sayings!

Go ahead – use ‘em on your kids these next few weeks!

And maybe someday, they’ll pass these priceless words of wisdom on to their kids as well.

Here they are:

1. You’d better change your tune pretty quick or you’re out of here.

2. I mean it.

3. Is that understood?

4. Don’t shake your head at me.

5. I can’t hear your head rattle.

6. Don’t mumble.

7. You act like the world owes you a living.

8. You’ve got a chip on your shoulder.

9. You’re not going anywhere looking like that.

10. You’re crazy if you think you are.

11. If you think you are, just try me.

12. I don’t know what’s wrong with you.

13. Other kids don’t pull stuff like that.

14. I wasn’t like that.

15. What kind of an example do you think you are for you brothers and sisters?

16. Stand up straight.

17. Don’t slouch.

18. Would you like a spanking?

19. If you would like a spanking, just tell me now and we’ll get this thing over with.

20. You’re cruising for a bruising.

21. I’m your father and as long as you live in my house you’ll do as I say.

22. Do you think the rules don’t apply to you?

23. I’m here to tell you that they do.

24. Are you blind?

25. Watch what you’re doing!

26. You walk around like you’re in a daze.

27. Something better change and change fast.

28. You’re driving you mother to an early grave.

29. This is a family vacation.

30. You’re going to have fun whether you like it or not.

31. Take some responsibility.

32. Pull your own weight.

33. Don’t expect other people to pick up after you and don’t ask me for money.

34. What do you think I’m made of money?

35. Do you think I have a tree that grows money?

36. You’d better wake up and I don’t mean maybe.

37. Do you act like this when you’re away from us?

38. We’ve given everything we possibly could.

39. Food on the table.

40. A roof over your head, things we never had when we were your age.

41. You treat us like we don’t exist.

42. That’s no excuse.

43. If he jumped off a cliff would you jump off a cliff too?

44. You’re grounded.

45. I’m not going to put up with this for another minute.

46. You’re crazy if you think I am.

47. If you think I am just try me.

48. Don’t look at me that way.

49. Look at me when I’m talking to you.

50. Don’t make me say this again.

Andy says, “I bet I heard every one of these when I grew up.”

And you probably did too.

Andy Andrews is the NY Times bestselling author of The Traveler’s Gift and The Noticer (published by Thomas Nelson). His newest books are Return from Sawyerton Springs (Hay House) and the brand new book titled The Butterfly Effect How your Life Matters (Simple Truths).

For more information www.andyandrews.com

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