Friday, March 16, 2012 11:36:20 PM
@ DL ski, Maybe they are australian.. Over here kids have to sit in the back seat, In child seats until they are 7 or are over im pretty sure 25 kgs and still in the back seat untill they are 10y/o. and @ darkmagic14n I totally agree with that, my kiddies (who everyone comments on how blonde and white they are) came home from school recently after an African boy joined their school in my sons year and asked me why he speaks differently.. (just commenting on his accent) at first i was a little disturbed and had to question their meaning i thought they were asking about the african language or him being black.. and had no idea but they (correcting me (lol)) said no he talks like he is british or something haha... i had to explain how most countries have diferent accents!! now that is a hard freaking thing to explain and i had to put on many (very bad) accents lol
Thursday, March 15, 2012 11:53:26 PM
darkmagic14n: i miss being a kid :| you didn't "see" anything about the other kids you were playing with until you were taught how to judge other people...everyone (kids) got along fine and the only thing we had to worry about was what we were going to do next...i miss those days...
Thursday, March 15, 2012 9:50:11 PM
most kids aren't racist, its the parents that make kids racist
my niece told me the difference between her and a girl from school was that the other girl had darker hair, my niece is white and the other girl was black. she also said that the black girl and the asian girl had the same hair color and eye color and the only difference was one was taller than the other.