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Solution - take a reciprocating saw and cut out handshaped pieces of the table. (Optional) Use his collegefund to buy them a new table.

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That's it. I found the kid I want to adopt. Do you take PayPal? And can we do express shipping? Training must begin immediately

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Well I would think his friend is similar age. That child's parent should be bitch slapped for leaving the glue accessible. That shit can be serious.

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I'd think most kids know how to use superglue by 6, and have some common sense. That or I was raised to be a survivalist.

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Ok so let's let them play with dangerous chemicals that have the potential to bond skin damn near permanently? What if they rub their eye? You going to pour acetone on it? Im sorry but any idiot knows that super glue is not appropriate for a six year old to handle. This should be made obvious by the FML itself. I'm sure the child realized the error of his ways while having his hands removed from the table. You are an idiot who should never be responsible for a child, or you're trolling.

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#72 if you're talking to me (if not ignore this) I was replying to the comment stating that most 6 year olds eat glue and saying that I don't know any six year olds that do that and my niece is six. That being said I never said anywhere that I'd let her play with superglue just saying that I don't think many six year olds actually eat glue.

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My apologies, my response was intended for #59 and I though your response was from her. That said, I just find it amazing how many commenters feel that "super glue" is perfectly acceptable for a six year old! Nontoxic craft glue, no problem, but super glue is nasty, poisonous stuff even in adult hands it can be dangerous. I'm in NO WAY "Mr. Safety" but holy fack that's nuts thinking this is acceptable.

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Why did I get thumbed down? Super glue is NOT appropriate for children and should not be in any place that it can be found by them. Especially not by a 6 year old child that's in a house they don't even live in. And to that dumbass that told me it wasn't the OPs house: no shit! How did you even think I was speaking as if it was the OPs own house???

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kids can get into some strange places. at 6 I'm guessing he was tall enough to reach the counter at least. putting things away is good, but some kids are mini ninjas...those little cupboard locks, doorknob and outlet guards? they don't work on everyone. whether they had it on the table or in their room, OP's child should know at that age not to do something like that or else there are consequences for those actions. there is no need for any parent punching.

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