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By mk - / Tuesday 14 June 2011 06:08 / United States
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7- You do know that there are female wrestlers that are married to men, right? l know plenty of females that enjoy wrestling (including myself), that are nothing close to being homosexual.

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

If it is a young girl, it's not a matter of priorities. Kids don't always understand the permanence of death. Parents will sometimes say things like "Granny's gone to a better place" which doesn't sound sad at all. OP, why burst her WWE bubble? If she wants to believe it's real, let her unless she's hurting people. Even then, you can explain they are trained not to injure each other.

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  Meowchie  |  5

Well, not all people express true grief in tears. YDI for judging her for not crying when her grandmother's death could have affected her deeper than this superficial stuff. Seriously. Some people go into a shock mode and can't cry due to being numbed by grief. How could you as a mother not understand this? I'd give you 10000000000 YDI's for not being sterilized, you uneducated wench.

By  IceeCreamm  |  7

Maybe if triple x dies she will shed a tear?

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  banandom  |  0

Triple H retard.

By  swansung  |  0

Wait what? its staged?

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  avatar0810  |  15

I don't know if the wrestlers very move is scripted for the match but as far as promos and stuff like that it's scripted. the moves they do are completely real they just have to do it without hurting each other. and if it wasn't scripted they'd still be wwf.

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they had to change from wwf because that name was taken by the world wildlife foundation, or whatever that panda logo thing is. old wrestling was real like old ecw and raw, they actually would get busted open and have to get stitches, or getting whipped into barbed wire. now a days it's faker then breast implants.

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  Veraymix  |  6

Mkay wasn't so sure. I've not watched it in years. What made me think of it as a possibly bad idea, was the idea of really young kids attempting harmful moves on each other. Or maybe that was just me. -cough-

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I was one of the kids that actually listened to the "dont try this at home." I agree that the kids might try the moves on other kids, bur fighting is everywhere. They have fighting in Spongebob now, Icarly, and every other show for kids.

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Ya most kids definitely try or pretend to try those moves. My fiancé had to get stitches in his head as a kid once from a move gone bad. I just pretended with my brother. We used small pillows as chairs and couch cushions as tables. All in good fun.

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  6sick6  |  4

And the queen of England.

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And the Republicans

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  artc91  |  0

The people saying OP's daughter a lesbian should grow some brains. She sounds like one of those girls who out-wrestles, out-run and out-smart boys her age. She would get teased by the boys and the girls would avoid her. Tomboy-ish? Yes. Lesbian? I don't see the link. However, quite often girls like her would outgrow this phase and turn out to be a beautiful, femine and elegant lady when they get older. I once knew a girl like OP's daughter, and now she's my girlfriend. :) Back to the FML. Like what many others have said, she might be too young to understand the idea of death, so don't feel too bad about it OP!

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  artc91  |  0

Anyway 152 i was trying to break an illogical stereotype by sharing my personal experience and here you are posting another dumb one. If you had a happy childhood, actually had friends and not cooped up in your basement, i'm sure you've come across a girl like i mentioned. Stop trolling and get a life brah. :)

By  SpicyGrass  |  0

Ever consider the fact that the grandma may have been part of WWE and she had know it was staged then, and didnt cry because she was mad at her for doing staged fighting, and when told it was staged attempted to show sympathy to what she already knew, but nobody else knew that she knew!

By  symplyme  |  1

my daughters 4 and my son is 6 they both live WWE they cried when the power went out last night because of a storm not because they were scared but because they didn't get to watch it.

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No her kids don't sound like a nightmare. Kids get upset when something they look forward to gets screwed up. They probably watch Monday Night Raw as a family activity every week. That doesn't mean they don't read or play. They may do what most parents (that I've met anyway and how mine did it) do and save reading for bedtime. The kids probably also played all day. Stop trying to tell people how to raise their kids in a situation where it isn't warranted.

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  YoLauryn  |  0

why are y'all being so mean to her, so what if her kids like it. ur kids would probably cry if it started raining and they wanted to go swimming cause it's fun for them and they like it, well that's how it is with her kids except with wrestling.

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  artc91  |  0

73 - You can't really classify wrestling as violence as it is considered a sport. That would be saying fencing, boxing and other forms of martial arts violent too. WWE is just a more exciting, hyped and exaggerated form of the traditional sport.

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91- why on earth would you ever "reserve" reading for any time of day, kids should be reading as much as they can! and I think that when a kid cries because they are denied a privilege, they are brats. when it's for something like wwe, that's a nightmare. 162- I'm a fencer.... and it IS violent. refined and controlled violence but the root of the sport is from DUELING so yes. it is violent. but it is also comparing apples to oranges. WWE is entertainment. fencing is sport. greco-roman wrestling is a sport. martial arts are sports. there is a degree of control and finesse that is simply not present in wwe

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  qwacktastick  |  8

Oh my god, your kids are complete losers. They have already corrupted themselves and wasted their life. It's bad enough when someone depends on television that much, but when it's WWE...that is just...wow

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