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By sydneyp3435 / Tuesday 11 June 2013 04:39 / United States - Boerne
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  Welshite  |  39

To be honest, I did these sort of things when I was a child too. Children are curious little monsters. They are adorable, but viciously sneaky at times.

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  venom2421  |  10

Hmm, the only bad thing I ever really did as a kid, was throw a rock through my window.. But usually I just ran around with friends, trying not to get in trouble.

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  Baustigt  |  40

Kids these days do what? Play pranks on adults just like they did in every other generation before this, and like they will continue to do in all later generations until the end of time? Oh my God, the horror. Let's all flail our arms and complain about society and the government and that one clerk at the store who forgets to give out coupons.

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  venom2421  |  10

Well, I guess I grew up differently, when I was younger we kids never did this crap, the most we did was pull pranks on each other, but not our elders. We knew if we ever did that we'd get beaten, and that kept us out of trouble, it's a damn shame parents these days don't discipline their kids well enough. If you take something away from them they won't learn anything, but if you beat them, they know not to do it again. I'm not talking like beat them to the point where child services needs to be called, but enough to send the message that they should behave.

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  JACKxRAWR  |  22

#45, I'd like to point out that kids have been pulling crazy shit for hundreds of years. A "prank" common in Victorian England was to hide a razorblade in a bar of soap, so when someone washed with the soap they'd take a big chunk out of themselves.

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  Ryuukazuki  |  7

Of course, then OP can get a plaque and display all the wonderful, rotting corpses above the board as a thank you for all the children to see and know that OP appreciates their gifts!

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  rg350dx  |  29

When you encounter this situation, you play along with the open hand but you leave your eyes open yet closed enough so it looks like you're not peeking. Long story short, I cheated a lot at hide-and-seek when I was little.

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