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By unknown / Sunday 26 February 2012 13:53 / United States
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One time my neice wanted to play with my iPod and I was like "NO." (she was two at the time) and so she started crying and my mom made me give it to her to play Cut the Rope. We had the door open to the backyard and I left to use the bathroom. When I came back she was gone and I raced into our backyard and I saw her about to chuck my iPod into our pool. So I like ran towards her as fast as I could and snatched her up, yanked my iPod out of her hands, spun around then kissed her on the cheek so she wouldnt cry and plopped her back on the floor and quickly walked away leaving her epically confused. So from now on until shes 13 she is not allowed to mess with any of my electronics.

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One time my neice wanted to play with my iPod and I was like "NO." (she was two at the time) and so she started crying and my mom made me give it to her to play Cut the Rope. We had the door open to the backyard and I left to use the bathroom. When I came back she was gone and I raced into our backyard and I saw her about to chuck my iPod into our pool. So I like ran towards her as fast as I could and snatched her up, yanked my iPod out of her hands, spun around then kissed her on the cheek so she wouldnt cry and plopped her back on the floor and quickly walked away leaving her epically confused. So from now on until shes 13 she is not allowed to mess with any of my electronics.

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  datguyuno  |  5

Shit... I remember playing with sticks as swords, reenacting scenes from lord of the rings because I was obsessed with them when I was a kid. I guess kids have no imagination nowadays huh?

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My brother got an iPad from our dad for Christmas 2 years ago and he never uses it so he gave it to his 4 year old. He doesn't have it stashed with his other toys and has to ask to play with it, but he plays with it all the time. He understands he has to be careful with it but I'm pretty sure he's smarter than the average toddler.

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  desireev  |  17

I let my 3-year-old son play with my iPhone often. But he knows where his apps to play with are. And he knows that it is breakable and shouldn't be treated badly. He knows that he has to treat my phone like one of his toys. Or else he gets my phone taken away from him and one of his toys. Moral of the story, if you're going to allow a child to play with your expensive things, then lay down rules and back them up! But it's, definitely, not a YDI. It's an FYL because she was only trying to be nice.

By  onlychildFTW  |  33

Little brothers and iPhones don't go together. Because it isn't his he won't care if he hurts it. So that was a mistake on your part. Your little brother also sounds young to be putting pudding on it.

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