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By NoColor - / Wednesday 29 October 2014 13:09 / United States - San Francisco
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  Lct1196  |  31

Them? I'm fairly certain that the mother was at fault. The little sister is probably too young to understand that a comic book isnt a coloring book

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  jamispears  |  2

very rude! OP if I were you I'd like call the police because that's like vandalism. not cool on her part

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#25, I think it was OP's fault. OP, why leave a comic book out where it can be mistaken? shouldn't it be in a display case , or at least a box if it was so important? Obviously, if it was displayed/put away properly, your mother wouldn't have touched it. Still sucks OP, be careful with your things.

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  Ltsdragons  |  19

Honestly? Court? Police? Yes, it's upsetting OP's little sister colored in their comic book but you don't call the police on a family member because the family member colored in a comic book. Seriously. Really. Like.... No... That's sort of an over reaction

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  Foxy_On_Fire  |  21

My stepdad through away my favorite leather bag. It hat 200$ of library books in it. I was so pissed and so was my mom. His excuse was that it feel off the coat rack. He never replaced it. Or the books. I had to pay for the books.

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  pinkster2014  |  25

@#86 - Also, I wonder how someone can throw away a leather bag full of expensive books in it "by accident". And that's a sad excuse. I'd be mad too. Sorry to hear that

By  dragonfire5665  |  8

Ouch Well I hope OP wasn't planning to sell it then.

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