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By Stupid - / Thursday 1 March 2018 15:00 /
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By  _ali__cat_  |  14

Uhm, why would it even be in his mind that he would be getting an expensive "get well soon" gift? Sounds like he's a little too spoiled. I expected you to say he did it to get out of school.

By  Ali Alexandrea  |  13

well why would you be buying expensive get well gifts enough that he knows to expect it? getting sick is a common thing and you take care of them and teach them how to care for themselves, not something to award, no wonder kids are such snowflakes now

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By  Ali Alexandrea  |  13

well why would you be buying expensive get well gifts enough that he knows to expect it? getting sick is a common thing and you take care of them and teach them how to care for themselves, not something to award, no wonder kids are such snowflakes now

By  _ali__cat_  |  14

Uhm, why would it even be in his mind that he would be getting an expensive "get well soon" gift? Sounds like he's a little too spoiled. I expected you to say he did it to get out of school.

By  RichardPencil  |  24

Well, now you owe him another expensive “Get Well Soon” gift, and you’d better hope he doesn’t go through withdrawal from the unnecessary meds.

Because you know what will happen if he does? That’s right, you’ll be on the hook for another expensive gift!!!

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  RichardPencil  |  24

Yes, the OP might go bankrupt. The kid could be so traumatized by his parent’s bankruptcy that he’ll have a nervous breakdown. And you know what he’ll deserve then? Another expensive gift!

By  Luke16eirb7deneuwn1  |  20

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I've hear a lot of bs, but a get-well-soon-gift? Why? Unless it's medicine that actually helps curing the sickness that's useless. All that does is giving him another reason besides skipping school to pretend to be sick...

By  Rabite  |  25

That's quite the commitment of him.
Lying to your parents: Ok
Lying to a doctor: Hmmmm
Taking medicine you don't need: Dude, no.
He totally deserves being sick for real now, although it's sucks for you that you have to continue to take care of him.

By  Jad123  |  15

Since when do kids get get well soon gifts ? (other than for big cases) I feel like the more time goes by, the more we pamper and reward kids for anything and everything, I mean the other day I heard there was a ceremony for graduating middle school ? really ? why ?

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  julfunky  |  22

Getting sick is nothing to reward but I see no harm in giving a middle school graduation ceremony. We had one. It was a great time to have one last party before the stress of high school sets in. Last time to have fun with friends before you scatter across the big high school and one last time to say farewell to the teachers you adored.

Having ceremonies in school and expecting a gift just for getting sick is a big difference.

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