Where the recipient can no longer explain what they do to their parents (M).
It’s easier to tell my parents that I work for the CIA. I wish I could tell them what I do, but it’s against the law.
I didn’t spend all that money and take out all those loans for my folks to “get it”.
And both my parents made it through med school.
couples badges? my parents think I cured some form of HIV infection and my wife’s mom thinks she built the space shuttle booster rockets
Is being a teenage computer geek enough?
My parents are always amazed about how fast I fix stuff.
I’m only in 8th grade and my parents already have no idea what I’m talking about when I try to get them to help me with my homework. :)
Oh, this badge was earned long ago, when I started doing molecular biology… in their defense, my parents are both blue-collar workers, so this might not be much of an achievement
My dad’s a programmer, which made this one a little hard to get, but I managed to lose him when I started talking about topology.
That post was awesome. I am going to check back later. Keep updating your blog!!! ^.^b
Seeing as my parents think INERTIA is a medication, Newton is a fig cookie, and exothermic reactions have to do with ghostbusters, they have no idea what I do.
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