By 102496 / Friday 5 February 2010 03:53 / France
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  mfmylifesrsly  |  29

haha reminds men I was lil I saw my mom with no makeup on and I was like "you look different" she was like "I'm not wearing makeup" I was like "I think you look better with it on." D:

  maskedman  |  9

no one should be brutally honest. people thinks it's so great to be mean as long as they say, "I'm just being honest." it's only good if you are tactful or diplomatic while telling the truth.

  saaaammmmm  |  0

I don't think she was being malicious. I've said worse as a small child. I once told my grandmother that "it was nice not having grandpa around." This was on the day of his funeral and my mother was flabbergasted. I merely thought grandpa was on a vacation. Grandma understood my thinking and had to agree with me. Grandpa had been a real hard ass when he was alive.

  babybubz  |  0

sometimes people need to hear the honest truth ..in a brutal way. some people go overboard with it of course.. but there's definitely nothing wrong with it ..especially coming from a child who means nothing by it.


Today, I took my two and a half year-old son Trick or Treating for the first time in our new neighborhood. At the very first house, a girl told us we were too early and slammed the door in our face. My son cried. FML

By Gtca / Friday 1 November 2013 08:56 / United States - Mckinney
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