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By StabStab - / Sunday 11 January 2015 13:03 / Belgium
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Yessss do this! My 7 year old aunt constantly swore at me. Even tried to black mail me. She'd tell my mom I was swearing (when I wasn't). If I didn't give her an extra pop or something. So I used my cellphone to record her trying to manipulate me one time. Lol she never tried that again. Felt a little bad because after I played it back for her; she broke down in tears.

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their grandmother could have been a teen mom and perhaps also the above commenters mom could have been a teen mom so it's possible to have a younger aunt if the grandma had kids later on.

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It happens, my mum had her first of 5 kids at 20, last one at 44(me) my sister that she had at 20, became pregnant at 16 then at 17 (she was married) and the child she had at 17 had her first child at 16, I was made an aunty before I was born and a great aunt when I was 14, weird world but it happens, when I was in HS people thought 2 of my older sisters were my mother, which was funny. 7yr old aunt is entirely possible

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Hahaha oh man. My grandpa has 8 kids. All spaced out in ages. My grandpa is a big oll man slut. He's known in my town as a womanizer. He's in his 60s, but lived a healthy lifestyle so he looks 40. He currently has four girls in their 30s fighting over him. Every time I visit him he has a new woman.

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If you haven't told the mom what's going on then you deserve it OP. Rather than living in fear of her kid - and ruining your relationship in the process - you need to just be honest about what's going on. Your relationship is already going down the toilet because of this kid so you have nothing to lose. If you can't or won't talk to her about this, then you need to pack up and go now. Why? Because, if she's threatening to kill you and getting away with it ...... what is she already telling he

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Um, that's the sense he used 'literally' in; 'ouch' can be used of a slightly uncomfortable event or of physical pain, as he's using it here. Admittedly, as the kid hasn't actually attacked him yet, the 'ouch' is preempting an event which mightn't happen, but nonetheless...

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I am 19 and none of my friends knew about this movie/book. I feel like the old person shaking their cane at a kid, calling them uncultured swines.

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