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  ShyAnn29  |  14

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  jogihoppa8343  |  23

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  soupermeal  |  10

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  Taurus_ChicKa  |  26

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  Taurus_ChicKa  |  26

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I think cyanidesandwich clearly wins this round by a landslide. I don't think we even have consolation prizes for the other contestants (namely 98/100), other than this voucher for a free attitude adjustment.

By  djbrisvegas  |  9

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  K410  |  18

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  K410  |  18

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  jkmartinjk  |  16

I cut my 'older buddy's' hair when I was in kindergarten, because she wasn't paying enough attention to me... my parents never taught me to do shit like that.

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  Metal_Chick  |  15

25-Not particularly but many studies have shown that in the majority of cases these individuals did grow up in "bad homes" and have dealt with "bad parents". I've had to read and write reports on cases that deal with psychopaths and criminals many times, since I am working on my MA for Psychology.

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  crymore007  |  11

Yes, because every single one of your actions and words are the direct result of how your parents raised you, and there are absolutely no other influences in the world that shape who you are. Valid point

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  kakarot2  |  11

not particularly.... notice he didnt say in all cases. it is in fact nature and nurture. Some kids who are adopted tend to behave very similarly to their biological parents even though they were raised differently. Some actually grow up to be very different than their biological parents. There are a lot of factors involved but there isnt that much of a stretch when he said kids grow up to be like who they are raised, if they see violence at home they will imitate. The kid might punch you in the left cheek instead of the right, but point is they imitate violence. (again.. in A LOT of cases but not all)

By  ireply_wlyrics  |  27

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  jessi_sunshine  |  26

At first when I read this FML, I was thinking, "Oh, how cute! He asked her to marry him. That's nice!" And then it took a totally different direction and he stabbed her with a fork.

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  Lacist  |  19

Today, I got a call from my daughters kindergarten teacher. Apparently my daughter was stabbed with a fork by some lunatic boy who she didn't want to marry. FML

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  starile  |  19

#88, these people with terrible eye diseases are too blind to realize they chose for their profile pic an image of their fucking diseased eye. Just... Don't look straight at them. Maybe they'll go away.

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  DJisHere11  |  19

#88 it may look like #75's profile picture is of an eye, but it's just soap and water in a sink. Your probably talking about the other picture of an eye which is very disturbing.

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  illusong  |  16

#112 Huh. I never looked at it that way. I dont know whether thats cool or just plain creepy #104 haha your probably right but its hard not to look at a leech sucking an eye and an eye that looks like the one from the ring

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  TheLittleBear  |  19

Haha yes it could go either way...although probably not. (I guess I hadn't had my cup of tea when I wrote the above comment, I didn't realise how odd it sounds until now)

By  zahra_786  |  19

Let's hope he learns to deal with rejection before he gets older! but don't worry OP, he's young and just needs to be told whats acceptable and what isn't.

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