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By laurencoc / Monday 31 August 2015 22:50 / Australia - Perth
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By  Miss_Whipped  |  41

That's ridiculous. If anything, that little girl's mother doesn't love HER enough to let her express herself. She's teaching her daughter to judge others based on what they look like. Parenting fail.

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By  Miss_Whipped  |  41

That's ridiculous. If anything, that little girl's mother doesn't love HER enough to let her express herself. She's teaching her daughter to judge others based on what they look like. Parenting fail.

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  TallMist  |  31

Because there was literally no one without manners until this generation, right, 29? Oh... Wait... There was ALWAYS people without manners and, unfortunately, there always will be.

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  interesting33  |  33

people have ALWAYS - said the younger generation were failing and going to pot. There are records of it in like the 1200s where professors talk about the younger generation and how disastrous they are.

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  ChopSuey444  |  20

There's no need to be so hostile about it. Girls used to be sent to school to learn nothing but how to be a proper lady (I.e. learn her manners and social courtesies) So, yes, technically speaking I do think we can say people have less manners "these days".

By  saraaa2552  |  15

Say that your her in 20 years

By  MeltedMango  |  8

I have to wonder if the mother had purple hair too with that kind of judgment.

By  TheJawsman  |  16

I really don't understand why some people think this is a YDI. I know purple isn't a typical hair color, but it has no bearing on how intelligent or good a person is...or how much their parents love them.

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  yea_its_me123  |  13

It's really sad how the small things a parent can say to a child can shape how they will judge people when they are older. No one is ever born racist. No one is ever born religious either now that I come to think of it, we should be allowed to choose the way we feel about things not get told what is and isn't by our parents.

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