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"DON'T TRY TO STOP ME"

A teenage boy told his parents he was going to run away from home. "Listen," he said, "I'm leaving home. There is nothing you can do to stop me. I want excitement, adventure, beautiful women, money, and fun. I'll never find it here, so I'm leaving. Just don't try to stop me!"

As he headed from the door, his father ran toward him. "Dad," the boy said, "you heard what I said. Don't try to stop me."

The father answered, "Who's trying to stop you? I'm going with you!"

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