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  fmlbuddy2020  |  10

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  fmlbuddy2020  |  10

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  sykokitti  |  15

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  fmlbuddy2020  |  10

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  lonewolf6613  |  4

I wasn't allowed near the phone until I was 7 or 8. My dad did explain the whole 911 thing to me though (against my mothers wishes). People are taught differently so quit hating.

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  spazz666  |  18

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  Llama_Face89  |  33

I was never allowed to use the phone when I was a kid either. And I wasn't raised by crack heads. I was raised by a doctor and a nurse. So it's not such an unusual thing.

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  lolen2910  |  3

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  Dracoboxer357  |  35

5- Disciplining? Seriously? Perhaps simply educating/explaining this to her would be more effective for this innocent act than punishing her for doing what she believed to be the correct course of action.....? :p

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  ironichalibut  |  24

If you seriously disciplined your child for that, then there could actually be a reason for her to call. I imagine the dispatcher got a good smile out of this. Why discipline them for making the world a little brighter through their innocence?

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