Aaron K
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  • Jacksonville, FL
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Dadisms

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alexander S. Huber Jan 8, 2013. 1 Reply

"Where's the got-dang channel changer?  Jiminy Christmas!"This is something that my stepdad said a lot when I was growing up.  From running around my town at my friends houses, being around their…Continue

Tags: childhood, children, communication, Dad

Greetings From Florida!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Niles Jan 8, 2013. 1 Reply

Hello, fellow AoM readers!  I'm happy to finally be a part of the community.I'm in the U.S. navy and discovered this site at the recommendation of a friend over the course of deployment in the Middle…Continue

 

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Alexander S. Huber replied to Aaron K's discussion Dadisms
"The only word I can remember is Clicker for TV Remote (that's what I call it too) But he always would use an extremely heavy "Pittsburghese" accent when he was trying to be funny.  Anyone from Pittsburgh or has friends/family…"
Jan 8, 2013
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Jan 6, 2013
Aaron K commented on Wesley Daniel Sumrall's group AoM Florida
"Jacksonville/Jacksonville Beach area here!  From Illinois originally, moved here in '09 for the navy."
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AoM Florida

A group for the manly men of Florida to network, organize events, and discuss anything and everything related to being a man in the Sunshine State.
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