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By Anonymous - / Thursday 4 July 2013 16:27 / Germany - K?ln
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  grumpybr  |  13

Oh give me a break #32. Kids nowadays are capable of a lot more than pouring milk by the time they are 9 years old. Besides, basic hygiene?? Yeah, once you pass 6 years old, thats a must.

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  UnluckyGenius  |  21

It is a boy unless you are fanatical about hygiene it is near impossible to keep them clean.

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  UnluckyGenius  |  21

#49 I am aware I was weak, thanks for pointing that out. Having a little sister who could lift me up and carry me certainly didn't inform me of that fact when I was younger.

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  addie19  |  6

Yep, really weak. My son could bring me the gallon of milk(by dragging it across the floor) when he was 2. He has been able to pour it since he was 4.

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  UnluckyGenius  |  21

Thanks everyone who commented the obvious; you are certainly not piling on to a fucking emotional issue that has been built up since I was 4 and watched everyone around develop physically at twice or three times the speed I did. I am sorry I didn't develop any sort of strength until I was 11 and hit puberty. Fuck you all.

By  Judahsh  |  8

time to teach him...

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When I was 20, I had to show one of my flatmates how to make a cup of tea. I literally wrote out instructions for her, because her mum had always made tea for her. I also had to show my other flatmate how to use a washing machine. Both of them were exchange students from the US. This sort of thing is why Americans have a bad name.

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Sorry, just re-read my post and realised it might come across like I'm criticising Americans. I'm not; anyone could be in the position where they haven't been taught things, but by the time you're 20, you should know how to do basic things like that.

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  Trish01  |  23

I don't see what's the big deal about not knowing how to make tea. I certainly wouldn't compare it to the FML.

By  friedpwnadge  |  25

When he realizes he can't get laid he'll shape up very quickly.

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  friedpwnadge  |  25

I was speaking in future tense, but the morals of this society never cease to amaze me.

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  Athleticism  |  11

I just realized the stupidity I displayed in my last comment. I stated that I didn't learn it, then I stated how I learned. What I meant was that nobody taught me how to pour milk. I apologize.

By  hallix  |  21

I think it's time to move out, and possibly call child services. Good lord, your patents don't sound very equipped for children!

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  ItsAnanya  |  25

*reads comment* I bet Hallix is from The USA! *check profile* Damn right.

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  hallix  |  21

I don't even understand your logic. What are you attempting to say? If there's a point to your comment, please, share it. And I do realize that I made a typo, my apologies. *parents

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  cathyfang1533  |  12

According to 11, she is currently under my bed. I would like to point out that my bed is on the ground, therefore there is no 'under' so enjoy being SQUISHED 11! Mwahahaha! Okay, carry on.

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Just because a child acts spoiled doesn't mean it's the parents fault. For all you know, they do try teaching him, but he just ceases to follow with it. OP sounds like a good person, who shares the same parents as the little brother. So because there is one rotten seed in the family, the parents are to blame??

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Dude, the kid can't pour his own milk. There is no fliping way you can remotely remove blame from the parents for something as simple as that. If he is so spoiled that his parents have never once made him pour his own milk then that's poor parenting.

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  ItsAnanya  |  25

Well...I realised how disrespectful my comment came out. #7 said that OP should move out and call child services. Why? Because a child can't pour his own milk? That's no grounds for someone to move out and call child services on the parents. From what I have experienced, most of my American friends say stuff like this to every thing. Someone punches you ? Sue them ! A teacher have you homework which is 32 pages long? "You can sue them for giving you that much work" My mom hit me? "That's child abuse!" Then again this is my personal experience so I would like to apologise for my generalisation of Americans for that.

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  twinkiefeets  |  17

60--I'm American and I have never sued anyone, either has any of my friends or family. Your generalizations are rude and ignorant, if I were you I would keep them to myself.

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  hallix  |  21

#60 I actually have never used the phrase in my life before up until this point. And I do admit, I did jump to a very rash conclusion that the parents were neglectful, seeing as it's been nine years and the child still can't pour his own cow juice. Nonetheless,

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