this was my family..........?

believe it or not..... Pretty much everyone who I've told my family's history to have found it odd, do you think it is? My father was born during the Second World War. He never knew his parents. He was found as a baby in a wheelbarrow next to a petrol filling station. He was orphaned, he grew up struggling to support himself, he would have two jobs, a juggler by day and a fan dancer by night. My mother was a devoted Christian and hippy who had an obsession with torturing ducks and had an allergy to jazz music. My father had problems with alcohol. On many evenings he would drink himself silly, he'd make ridiculous claims like he invented the shopping trolley. On occasion, he would get angry and accuse rocking chairs of being useless My sister was an artist. She would often paint people mowing their gardens. She never went to school, she had a personal tutor at home because she had a phobia of teenagers. At one point she claimed her bedroom was being haunted by the ghost of a one legged Scotsman who claimed to have had a crush on Charlie Chaplin. My brother was a womaniser who believed the key to happiness was "not giving a horse's crouch about anything". When he was 15, he suffered a head injury and spent the next 6 months believing he was the reincarnation of William Shakespeare until he snapped out of it and found his dream job working as a dancing monkey in front of a bowling alley.. He’s dead now. When he was 25, he accidentally blew himself up with fireworks in the back garden shed, he said he was hoping to cure cancer. He didn’t. I'll leave it at that, I'll spare you the details of my life and others

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LMAO seriously w*f?! Is this real? Your mother tortured ducks? Your father invented the shopping trolley? Your brother thought he was the reccarnation of William Shakespeare? Your sister painted people mowing their gardens? Weird but hilarious
Answered By: Sophie Wain - 6/16/2011
Additional Answers (3)
Dude you should totally write a book! :)
Answered By: You - 6/16/2011
Answered By: Kaviani999 - 6/16/2011
lmfao, i agree i'd read that book.
Answered By: Liz None - 6/16/2011
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