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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 11 September 2013 13:29 / United Kingdom - Milton Keynes
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By  georgeee97  |  9

Everyone learns to sing at some point! Don't laugh, you probably sound just as bad.

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By  georgeee97  |  9

Everyone learns to sing at some point! Don't laugh, you probably sound just as bad.

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  WolliBolli  |  23

Yeah thats what i thought too. Until i was asked to leave a christmas sermon while everyone was singing. Several people near me started to laugh out loud. we had to pause the sermon and i was asked to leave because my singing caused a "disturbance" and i was accused of trying to ruin the whole thing. I was hoping that at 22 years i would have learnt something, but i guess not..

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  Nunaetsuko  |  13

I'm sorry, maybe he/she sounds just as bad but he/she doesn't go on singing and trying to impress anyone by his voice.. though doesn't make the fact that he was asked to leave any less deserved.

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  perdix  |  29

#2, they also need to learn to handle criticism. If they didn't get negative feedback for singing badly, what would be their incentive to practice and improve? The OP was driving these kids to greatness!

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  perdix  |  29

#68, really??? Ask Beyoncé or Jennifer Hudson or Whitney Houston where they got their starts. Yeah, it's show-biz.

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  queerdragon  |  20

Its a church. People enjoy seeing kids perform. While I think church is a useless, outdated institution, other people are free to spend their Sundays how they want. However, laughing at children trying to perform is rude.

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I'm not surprised you feel that way 91, most queer dragons tend to be atheist.

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  jkmartinjk  |  16

Sometimes those kids are honestly hilarious... Picking their noses, and wiping it on their friends, etc, etc... but it sounds like OP just thought they lacked in signing skills.

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  hannaaaahr  |  33

I always have the problem that I can't stop laughing or stay quiet when I know I should. I laugh when people get hurt (from the fright), I can't stop laughing when something isn't funny at all etc. OP might have the same problem?

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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

I wouldn't go as far as calling them a heartless asshole. I remember when I was a youngin at church I had to go up and sing a song I had no damn clue what it was. I lip synced the whole time, all the while my grandparents and my mom and dad laughed their asses off at me. I sure as hell would have laughed at myself. Little kids singing is cute as a button and sometimes you can't help but let out a little chuckle. It's may be a little mean, but damn if it isn't funny.

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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

Woah.. My bad. I was responding to olpally but his comment god deleted so mine ended up here? Apologies, my comment is way out of context now. Carry on mods, carry on..

By  Nyx_fml  |  23

You should have said that you were laughing out of happiness from knowing that these kids had earned their place in heaven with their angelical voices. Ah, who am I kidding? Saying that you were being an asshole is more believable and accurate.

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