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By ow my kidneys - / Tuesday 14 July 2015 10:33 / Germany
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So, #60.... You do see the quotation marks right? "Big boned " ... He/she didn't mean to say it out of decency, but rather as a "nice" way to call the gal a fatty. You see? ?

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@#62, SJW, not so much. It just seemed fine with the terms the OP used. But thanks for giving me another label. Way to go you! @#75, there are no fat bones. But there are different sized bones. Tall people get tired of being called tall as well as short people being called short. I can garuntee that my six foot tall bones are probably going to be different than yours. @#88, although I can not tell if you were attempting to be rude or genuine, either way, there were no quotation marks in the po

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If it's one of the waterslides with an attendant, they should pay mote attention. What if she kicked the kids?

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Maybe the kids would have experienced what consequences feel like for once, it sounds like they need it.

Don't they usually have an employee at the top to watch for the last person to come out before they send other people down?

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also, they don't *usually* have those guys in germany. on bigger slides there's usually some kind of traffic light

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