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By  Welshite  |  48

Take it to the next level. Track him down and then tell him "I've got your life." Evil smile optional. Or something less morbid like his homework. Your choice.

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By  Welshite  |  48

Take it to the next level. Track him down and then tell him "I've got your life." Evil smile optional. Or something less morbid like his homework. Your choice.

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  lulinator  |  43

So sad how true this is. Can't even look at a child and smile without the parents staring you down like you're going to kidnap their precious wallet-draining snot factory.

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  thisguy22  |  43

Lol I wouldn't truly know... I studiously ignore all children that are not my relations while in public, just in case. I've never had an incident or anything.

By  Uglyfeet  |  38

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Hyenayena  |  28

I mean some parents let their kids take public transport alone... I live in Canada and have seen a few kids alone on a bus in my city. mind you, a suburb. I've never seen a kid alone in a big city

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  bdsmslave  |  28

In that case, I apologise. Where I'm from, you don't really see kids of "nose stealing age" traveling alone. If the kid is small enough to play that with, I assume that the kid is still pretty young. I can't imagine doing that to a 12-year old.

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