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However its obviously another media weapon for humiliating your offspring.
You poor kids. 35mm was bad enough.
the english, thierry henry, the french,happy people, people hu cnt spell....and the spammers
Giraldus117, princess0764: So you decide to fight spam with... more spam?
I found out that hard way 0.o
its like they couldnt reach me on my home phone so they went to the sites i visit. i knoooooow thats awful what i just said, but its funny.
Absolutely. On the weekend I had to explain at the Post Office collections desk, why one parcel was to Nicola Xxxxx (my wife, who hasn`t taken my name) and one was to Mr and Mrs Prince. This is my wife, and this is addressed wrongly by my MOM.
Actually thinking about it - you could just use an Atom video thread. Only spambots would open that.
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Also, it never occurred to me that the guy could be older. For those of you who mentioned that, I stand corrected. That would be an acceptable case for blocking your parent.
I still stand by my statement though, regarding younger kids.
The internet is a bit like a bar. Just because there`s a few kid`s tables in there, doesn`t mean that you should send them in alone. Anyone can sit at the kid`s table and, thanks to the anonymity of the internet, they don`t have to be a kid to sit there.
Except that Brian called her "MOM" which is a pretty good indicator that it is his mother.
Most people have their father`s last name, but one`s mother does not necessarily have the same last name as one`s father. Like maybe Mom and Dad weren`t married, or aren`t married anymore.
For all we know, Brian is 30 years old and his mother is in her sixties
But yeah, sure, come live at my house. It`s a blast.
Will you please be my dad? :D?
Meh, I wouldn`t want to be on my daughter`s facebook friends when she`s a teen any more than I`d want to snoop on her sleepover party with her buddies. I hear what you`re saying about the internet, and you`re right, but a facebook account is a facebook account. It`s an online personality of you. Come on, we were teens once, we remember how uncool parents are at that age...
If you don`t have the right to your own Facebook, what do you have?
You can`t just let your kid run free all the time either or else they run wild with absolutely no boundaries and become unruly and spoiled.
There`s a careful balance to raising a kid and everyone is still trying to find juuuuust the right amount of weight to put on each side.
I get what you`re saying though. (When it comes to younger kids anyway).
You younger kids will understand when you are older (although I`m sure some of you are mature enough to get it now). There are "kid friendly" areas, but mainly the internet is an adult place. Any parent that lets their kid run loose, unsupervised in an adult area, is either ignorant or a bad parent.
oh very mature! :) This totally just made my day.
About the picture: That must have been his flashdance phase.
YOU SPIN ME RIGHT ROUND BABYRIGHT ROUNDLIKE A RECORD BABYROUND ROUND RIGHT ROUND
It`s highly possible that the mother remarried...just a thought...
A person who writes normally until the very LAST word of her comment is also not the sharpest tool in the shed.
And the picture was bleh