#1
Hi guys

just wondered if you could help,

i was clearing out the garage the other day and accidentally threw away my sons polyethane or something that he was planning on spraying his bass with.

I just wondered what you all think i should do? I want to replace it but he has gone off on some rant making out to seem like a huge talentless douche bag. I am really proud of him playing music and stuff and just want to help him out but now he is being ssuch a brat i am unsure...

What should i do?

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Nice..

EDIT:^^ Nah, hes 18 in 3 weeks. why? lol.

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lol sorry did you just call your son a 'huge talentless douchebag'
whats your address so i can send you a 'father of the year' mug
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lol sorry did you just call your son a 'huge talentless douchebag'
whats your address so i can send you a 'father of the year' mug


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