This Is Why Kids Shouldn`t Be Able To Upload [Pic]

Submitted by: hole_rocks89 5 years ago in Tech

Ugh, I don"t know who to blame...
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Male 14,834
Nice pits.
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Male 5,194
Any one else click the "play" button a couple two - three times?
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Female 7,866
Feel sorry for your girls Steelgrid.....
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Male 80
@5cats - all I can think about is that South Park episode where the girls work at a kiddie Hooters parody... "Show `em your raisins girls!!!!!"
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Male 37,794
Correction: Sun-Maid Raisins:




Wank away!
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Male 37,794
I agree @FaLA620: everything, and I mean EVERYTHING is wank-fodder for the seriously perverted!
The girl on the box of Sunburst Raisens?

Oh Yeah Baby! (NSFW!) (2:25 if you want to skip ahead)

So: @SteelGrid you`re correct that parents SHOULD keep a sharp eye on their children`s intenet activities. BUT this little girl(or her parents) did nothing wrong.
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Male 37,794
@Thdot: the whole account is closed.

Looking at YouTube I Found This is not so un-common as you might think!
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Male 80
So much fail in this thread. And I`m not talking about the picture.

Lemme see if I`m following this... a child posts what is more than likely an innocent video intent on sharing fashion tips with girls her age. A bunch of old men look at said video. Ergo, it`s the parents` fault for not being involved enough.

Using that logic, if a girl is out walking with friends in broad daylight and not dressed slutty or provocatively, yet a pervert grabs her, throws her on the ground and rapes her, it`s the parents` fault. Makes perfect sense to me.

If the video was racy or obscene, or posted somewhere like 4chan, then yeah maybe the parents should have a talk with this kid. But it looks like a youtube link, and based on the description it`s pretty harmless. I don`t see how parenting has jack squat to do with this. Sure the internet is a dangerous place, but so is the world. I`d rather 50 year old dudes whacking off at home instead of raping in the streets.
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Male 658
PF27apqmCGI
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Male 646
Oddly enough, the account has been closed.

(Just checking out of curiosity... *cough*)
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Male 250
wow, look at those legs!
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Male 255
where do i find this video? i think it needs watching to verify indecency.
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Male 2,436
What? No video?
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Male 37,794
[quote]what if it was dads trying to figure out how to dress there daughters? benefit of the doubt.[/quote]
@akabane: you are a very kind hearted person, more so than me! I just presume the worst.
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Male 2,700
"At least you didn`t deny your parents dressed you when you was 13, because that one was aimed at you. "

Again what implys that? Are you really trying to make a post with no real input other than that? What are you, in JR High? "Ohhh you got walmart shoes....Oh you got Dollar Store internet!!

But if I must, to quell your childish response...

Paper routes and Lawns at a young age. A good sense of money management and enough trust from my parents resulted in me, paying for my own cloths, since I was old enough to take public transportation. So if allowing a child to become somewhat independent in their choices of clothing then yes my parents dressed me.

So now what? You gonna try some gradeschool playground chant, because thats about the best you got.
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Male 1,442
Steelgrid: Actually the mid-life crisis was about the picture you`re ranting in the comments on. Don`t worry about it, you might of forgotten comment sections are for more then just whining.
At least you didn`t deny your parents dressed you when you was 13, because that one was aimed at you.
Now calm down baby and have a piece of cheese.
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Male 10,440
I`m not gonna pass any blame this time. If there is any... it`s probably with the kid`s parents.

So I`m just gonna let this happen...
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Male 510
Creepy
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Female 470
Who else tried to play the video? Not me.. *shifty eyes*
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Male 2,700
If this was a story of this little girl, starting with this video, met someone elder online who ended her, EVERYONE would be saying, "Where were the parents?"

The parents were waiting for something to go wrong.


Chew on that for a moment.
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Male 2,700
Its that "Dont act until there is a problem" type of mentallity that causes thing like Collumbine, Virginia tech, bullying, and pretty much every other negative aspect of a child. When the parents become apathitic, the children will see it.

Or do you think teenage pregnancy is a myth?
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Male 2,700
"i refuse to put blocks on my computer for said potential child for anything but pornography sites until i actually catch them with porn in the house anyway...being over protective just isnt my thing..."

So, again, and again, and again, you are trying to negate your own personal responsibility until something goes wrong. Guess you are the type of person that buckles your seatbelt AFTER youve been thrown from the vehicle?

If you are trying to not be a pro-active parent, and just sit on the sidelines, then thats where you will always be.

I have a 5 year old little girl. She uses the internet. I tend to draw or 3d Model. I have a program in place that block EVERY WEBSITE except the one I personally add to the exceptions. Thats not being over protective. Thats being a goddamn parent. I also have a keylogger for the teenage ones that use my comp. I know what theyve typed, who it was too, and when. ITS CALLED BEING A PARENT!!!
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Male 2,700
"Steelgrid for the TL;DR: "BBAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWWW... my perants still dressed me when I was 13."
He was clearly the populer kid in school.

I like to think it`s men in a mid-life crisis wanting to dress up like school girls. Ether that or most of the office workers in Japan... maybe both?"

So for taking a hardline stance on avoiding situations like this, you try to offer a mid-life crisis insult? Good luck having a pregnant 12 year old.

What about my posts says im in midlife? What says I was popular ( or not).

Come back when you got something worthwhile to add, and not baseless gibberish.
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Male 3,745
Steelgrid: never said i wouldnt do anything about it. im saying that you cant be mad at the child because she wanted to be a child. at the same time no i DONT like the fact that my potential child is fap material...but what am i going to do? keep them from doing ANYTHING? thats right i REFUSE to take the blame for something that i haven`t done and will never do and i refuse to put blocks on my computer for said potential child for anything but pornography sites until i actually catch them with porn in the house anyway...being over protective just isnt my thing...
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Male 2,700
"In this video`s case, its been removed, appropriate action has been taken, rendering half your argument null anyway."

Actually, it has rendered my argument more valid than it was before. Thing is, they wouldnt have had this problem if it was kept private.

"You addressed 8 of the 159 words in my post. Sounds like you`re doing a fair bit of nitpicking yourself. "

Look here douchebag, I dont need to copy your entire quote. Matter of fact, I have addressed each point as you can see from multiple points. So again, you fail.

BTW, you typed it yourself, APPROPRIATE ACTION!!! Or did you miss that part.

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Male 5,094
I see nothing wrong with the girl posting this in the first place.

[quote](...)It is no longer innocent(...)[/quote]

Yes it is. If the intent of an action is innocent, noone apart from the original performer of that action can make it not-innocent.

Steelgrid, Let me ask you a question, if a child gets bullied in school, whose fault is it, the child`s or the bully`s?

My problem with your argument is that you let someone else dictate the rules you set for your children, in this case the presumed male pervert.

The extreme reduction of your argument is that noone should ever do anything because someone else may react to it in an undesirable way.
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Male 1,442
Steelgrid for the TL;DR: "BBAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWWW... my perants still dressed me when I was 13."
He was clearly the populer kid in school.

I like to think it`s men in a mid-life crisis wanting to dress up like school girls. Ether that or most of the office workers in Japan... maybe both?
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Male 14,334

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Male 543
Also,...she`s hot
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Male 519
"You people need to stop nit picking what is said to try and defend you ignorance filled points. "

You addressed 8 of the 159 words in my post. Sounds like you`re doing a fair bit of nitpicking yourself.

Perverts will stare at children. Whether it happens online on youtube videos, malls, at church, playgrounds, school, etc... If you remove every public sight of the child whenever someone may think an impure thought, then you will end up with the child never leaving the home. You need to analyze the risks of each situation and decide what the appropriate action is. In this video`s case, its been removed, appropriate action has been taken, rendering half your argument null anyway.
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Male 543
comments should be saved for comments...i don`t have time to read these novels
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Male 1,810
My oldest daughter was 14, and began to recieve the unwanted attention of an 18 yr old h.s. senior. I was told about it, dealt with it on the parent/daughter side, then arranged to "run into" the senior in a store in our community. I followed him outside, and, in a friendly voice and a smile on my face, told him if he had any further contact with said daughter, they would never, never find his body. Problem solved. tl;dr - Monitor your children, and actively deal with any outside threats. In the case above, I would ask the FBI to check the history of the views of this video.....
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Male 2,700
Yeah Justin, I do that. People have different ways of showing the ignorant their follies. Some whine and complain, some light themsleves on fire or call themselves Martyrs and crash into buildings. I use forums. Less death and ignorance, more insight. Not just for other people, but insight to me on seeing the apathitic attitude from the people that are so willing to blame everyone else.
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Male 2,700
"saying a child cannot have their face online"

Not online, just in a more private setting. You people need to stop nit picking what is said to try and defend you ignorance filled points.

This video is public. This video has old men staring at it. It is no longer private. It is no longer innocent, ERGO it no longer belongs public!!!
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Male 1,582
Holy drat Steelgrid posts a lot. Didn`t read any of it though, so for all I know it could be really inspiring words of wisdom!
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Male 2,700
"nothing wrong with her posting the video...blame the perverts."

Nothing wrong if it was posted to those she meant it for.

So if your little girl is playing in the pool and 100 perverts start watching over the fence, you are just going to let it happen? Not only would I go after those that I could, I would ALSO remove my little girl from the pool until MORE PRIVACY can be added.

So again, you are attempting to take the responsibility off yourself as a parent and put it on someone else, like the cops, who are SUPPOSED to catch them. But thats not reality.

How many times have I highlighted someone negating their parental responsibilities in this post alone. Maybe you should look at each other and see the real problem, your mentality on this subject.

You can hope that things stay innocent, but that is not reality.
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Male 519
Yes, sickos will take photos and videos and manipulate them. However, saying a child cannot have their face online is taking things too far. Whether its in public or private, online or off, children can become a sexual fantasy. And as a parent, the risk and reactions needs to be evaluated by judging the the threat, possible outcomes, likelihood of occurrence, and possible preventative measures.

Overall, without being able to watch the video, I can`t judge the risk. However, I`m guessing that this is the most inappropriate scene, given that it is paused specifically at that exact moment. And if it is, then this video isn`t all that bad. Yes, a spaghetti strap isn`t the best choice, and probably warrants a discussion, but in the grand scheme of things this youtube video isn`t that bad. And if the parent has been vigilant in making sure things like names are not associated with the account, it poses a minor risk.
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Male 3,745
Steelgrid: people still use toasters?
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Male 3,745
"This is why parents need to be parents and slap a child when they come up with an Idea this stupid."

nothing wrong with her posting the video...blame the perverts. she is a child...children don`t do things that adults do...she thought there would be other people who would like the idea...clearly she was right.
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Male 2,700
I better cover this now.

Before the ignorant out there start saying "Well not everyone has time to learn about computers"....

Do you not teach your children that toaster are hot, outlets will shock you, and water can drown you? Then, being a parent, you need to take the time to protect your children and learn a little bit about parental controls, website locks, and keyboard trackers. The last one there, its no different than your 13 year old kid having a friend of the opposite sex over. They may go in the room, but sure as hell aint closing the doors.
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Male 2,700
"This is why my potential children will not have computers in their bedrooms. Growing up, my family`s computer was in the kitchen... made it real hard to be up to no good when mom`s right behind you whipping up a batch of cookies."

this is the opposite of what i am going for. Again here you have an example of a parent who is going to take the responsibility off themselves by completely removing all threats whatsoever. Kids need the web as much as we do. they are going to get on it without supervision. Its up to the parent to LEARN ABOUT YOUR GODDAMN COMPUTER and how to allow and lock access to websites.
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Male 2,700
"if a man wishes to perve over a teenager he will"

You know, after I re-read that statement, how very sexist of you. Women are just as capable or perversion as men, indeed I can recall more cases where a student was raped by a woman over a man.

You, your comments, and your mentality are based on a status-quo. A norm that you cannot seem to see past. You need to look at the "What-is" instead of the "What-should"
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Female 2,674
This is why my potential children will not have computers in their bedrooms. Growing up, my family`s computer was in the kitchen... made it real hard to be up to no good when mom`s right behind you whipping up a batch of cookies.
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Male 2,700
"Thats what I was getting at in my comment, a complete overreaction. A (now removed) youtube video showing a early teenage girl styling her hair is a non-threat. Yes, the parents need to be involved. But they also need to recognize the real threats, and that video wasn`t it."

Posting it publicly is the threat though. Nothing happens without something. What you see as innocent, pedos will post to websites. You dont seem to get that. ANY picture or video that is public, if it can be rule 36ed, it will.

People need to remember this is not the 80s. Your digital pictures are not private unless you make them that way.
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Male 2,700
"So do we forbid them to do it because of men who should know better? Ban cheerleaders, marching bands, netball classes..... just in case.... "

You see, here you are AGAIN implying the lack of responsibility on parents. You dont ban cheerleading, but I bet your daughter wears an undergarment. You dont ban on basis of what might happen, you be a goddamn parent and recognize threats as they happen.

Fashion in little girls is fine. Passing it to each other is fine. Posting public videos ONLINE...Do you f.ucking see it this time, Posting public videos ONLINE is not fine. it needs to be regulated. You as a parent need to approve ANY VIDEO your child wants to post online. This involves you actually watching the video, then using your brain to wonder who ELSE is going to see the video.

If you still think im full of shhit, why dont you post those naked baby pictures of your kids when they were babies in a bathtub online, lets see how far that gets...
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Female 7,866
My point is this- if a man wishes to perve over a teenager he will, he could do it semi publicly or privately, but if we regulate children I suggest we teach them to be safe in chat rooms, in malls and at night- not prevent them from uploading innocent videos.
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Male 519
Thats what I was getting at in my comment, a complete overreaction. A (now removed) youtube video showing a early teenage girl styling her hair is a non-threat. Yes, the parents need to be involved. But they also need to recognize the real threats, and that video wasn`t it.
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Male 9
@DrProfessor: You can always tell a Milford man.
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Male 2,700
"Gosh you guys jump the gun thinking its perverts. what if it was dads trying to figure out how to dress there daughters? benefit of the doubt."

Then you got people like this, so completely on the other side of the spektrum that ignorance is their daily bread.

"Why not seek out the pervs an give them a warningshot in the face?"

Tell me, what resources do you have that you can find every sexual predator that stares at a picture of your child?

"You`re doing the manic-angry things again! "

Yeah im good for that. Lots of time off work this time of year and our next contract doesnt come up till January. Cant do a 3d Model of the Seattle skyline without accurate measurements first!!!
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Female 7,866
Mmm- someone got their knickers in a twist- no one called you a perve. Point still stands- the internet is not safe, neither is the world- what do you suggest we do- lock all teenage girls up in case they get seen by a perve? Doubt that would help anything- teenagers like swapping fashion and make up tips, always have, always will. So do we forbid them to do it because of men who should know better? Ban cheerleaders, marching bands, netball classes..... just in case....
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Male 2,700
"Kids want fashion advice from PEERS not PARENTS ok? It`s sad that pervs watch too, but that`s part of life. "

My point exactly. This is where parents need to be parents. If your little 5 year old is out playing in her bathing suit, thats fine. But once someone starts staring at her, do you leave her there? Do you not harrass the the jackass staring?
Does it not make you rethink what should be "private" and what should not?

Then you got RuralNinja`s dumbassed comment. You see ninja, you are again implying a sense of a parent not having any responsibility. you dont need to cover your kid completely, thats not what i said at all. But you do need to be a f.ucking parent and recognize threats. Not some blind sheep who bases the way they live on "What it should be" instead of "What it is".
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Male 68
Why not seek out the pervs an give them a warningshot in the face?
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Male 3,894
CHILDREN SHOULD BE NEITHER SEEN NOR HEARD.
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Male 1,093
Gosh you guys jump the gun thinking its perverts. what if it was dads trying to figure out how to dress there daughters? benefit of the doubt.
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Male 519
Yes, I wholeheartedly agree. Children should have no presence on the internet. In fact, they should have no presence period. They should all be home schooled, never leaving the house for anything except the most dire emergencies, and then only in a full burqa. I mean, what would happen if some pervert looked at them without their knowledge?
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Male 37,794
@SteelGrid: You`re doing the manic-angry things again!

Kids want fashion advice from PEERS not PARENTS ok? It`s sad that pervs watch too, but that`s part of life.
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Male 2,700
Like I said before, a simple case of Parents need to be Parents. Also a case of parents being blind to the real world. A world that this picture truly highlights.

You can deny it all you want. You can attack the people who are willing to recognize the problem all you want. But its that type of denial mentality that has turned poledancing into some kind of workout, and turned Pop-n-Lock into something that junior highschool cheerleaders are now doing.
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Male 2,700
"STFU Steelgrid, fashion and make up vids are popular with girls that age."

You seem to miss my point my blind sheep. You seem to think things should be a certain way just because you say so. Well guess what, its not.

The internet is not a safe place. Posting this video online is absolutely no different than this girl changing cloths in the middle of the street. As a matter of fact, i guarantee that MORE people will see this video than if she would have done it in the middle of the street.

On the second part of your topic, i gotta respond by calling you a f.ucking whore. Dont you ever accuse me of being a pervert on a child`s picture. Just because I am willing to say something that your stupid ass cannot comprehend doesnt make me a pervert.

Take off your blindfolds and be a parent. the internet is not a safe place, period. Deal with it. Or you can continue to live in denial while videos like this get watched by 50 something pedos...
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Male 7,378
Wow that`s creepy. What`s her youtube channel?
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Female 7,866
STFU Steelgrid, fashion and make up vids are popular with girls that age. Are we to forbid all teenage girls from even leaving the house in case they arouse the perverted lust of a middle aged man? If you want to perve over a teenage girl you can do it online and have a wank or go to the mall and have a wank in the bogs.... The girl is doing nothing wrong.
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Male 1,832
@Steelgrid: I didn`t actually watch the video (because I`m apparently not old enough) so I don`t know what the content was, but I think it was some kind of fashion tip video. Stupid concept, but some people watch it... obviously. So just calm. The drat. Down.
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Male 645
another win for society
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Male 1,832
You can`t blame the kid because old dudes are perverts.
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Male 2,700
"Blame the pervs. She`s just trying to give advice."

Advice to who? What, you, as a child, cannot dress yourself without instruction? Can you not ask your parents for help? Is dressing yourself harder than using a computer, which you would have to do to access this video?

Again, parents be parents and f.ucking REGULATE!!!

God isnt going to do it for you...

Your kids ARE NOT ANGELS....

The government isnt going to do it for you....
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Male 2,700
This is why parents need to be parents and slap a child when they come up with an Idea this stupid.

As for the video, again, parents need to be parents. There are easy to access parental controls and easy to understand parental locks to keep your kids out. Also keyboard tracker and web usage notifications.

This. Is. Avoidable.
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Male 303
Blame the pervs. She`s just trying to give advice.
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Male 977
*facepalm*
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Female 353
Link: This Is Why Kids Shouldn`t Be Able To Upload [Pic] [Rate Link] - Ugh, I don`t know who to blame...
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