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Does anyone apart from me and the wife watch this?

 

It is the best kids programme on TV we are watching series 3 on Netflix and have seen both films. It follows the adventures of Hiccup, Astrid, Fishlegs, Snotlout and Ruff Nut & Tuff Nut it really is a great programme I would recommend it to anyone; and would be interested if anyone else watched it.:)

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Looking at the thread title I thought it might by tips on how to handle the mother-in-law.

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Looking at the thread title I thought it might by tips on how to handle the mother-in-law.

 

hilarious, i was expecting something starting out like this...

 

 

first you need to hatch it from egg so it knows your the "mother".

 

then raise it as a good little dragon.

 

and when its older you can train your dragon to do tricks.

 

the mother-in-law is great though...

 

and my answer for the OP.....

 

not watched it seen bits of the films we the kids. i belief the kids will enjoy this so think ill link it up on kodi for them later on.....

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hilarious, i was expecting something starting out like this...

 

 

first you need to hatch it from egg so it knows your the "mother".

 

then raise it as a good little dragon.

 

and when its older you can train your dragon to do tricks.

 

the mother-in-law is great though...

 

and my answer for the OP.....

 

not watched it seen bits of the films we the kids. i belief the kids will enjoy this so think ill link it up on kodi for them later on.....

 

Good on you the kids will love it:)

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