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  NickACD  |  27

But that creates more curiosity. A lot of young children want something because their parents say no. So just explain that it makes people feel good but only works on adults.

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  sturschaedel  |  27

16, the kid is five, not three. At that age they are way more persistent and want to know exactly what everything is, even when they perfectly understand that you are not going to purchase an item. Yeah, answering all the questions is certainly going to be fun.

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  KryssLB  |  14

Meh. "Never mind about it; it's something for adults that isn't appropriate for kids." That's all I did until my kids were old enough for more details. Worked fine.

By  Dale_shackleford  |  13

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  kirkaygri  |  17

tootimid is one. They send every thing in white boxes and envelopes that give absolutely no clues as to what's inside. It's nice to have the option to order stuff without your kids knowing what it is or seeing the catalog when it comes.

By  FSGInsainity  |  15

1) Let him order the ones he thinks look "fun". 2) Teach him how to use them. 3) ??????????? 4) Get arrested you sicko, using adult toys on children. 5) See step 1

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