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By Czechplease / Thursday 3 November 2011 14:23 / United States
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At least your parents care enough to take time out of their lives to take you shopping. My parents just throw plastic at me and basically tell me to get lost. You should appreciate the quality time they spend to trying make you look presentable. If more parents did this then we wouldn't have white haired orange girls running around with giant logo sweats that say inappropriate things on their arse and shirts that are way too ill-fitting. Or wittle bitches decked out in emo crap from hot topic or wherever the hell they buy their depressing attire. Oh and my parents tossed me in a boarding school so they don't have to deal with me for long periods of time. Be happy your parents actually care about you... /rantoff *didn't go to therapy this week*

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Okay, seriously? Stfu. If those girl WANT to be orange & look like oompa loompa's & wear "Ill fitting shirts", it's their choice. If you don't like it, dont look. It's called freedom of expression. If those "emo" girls & guys want to dress in black, & wear chains & band t-shirts, let them. I have friends from EVERY "clique" The cheerleaders, & basketball players, The "scene & emo"'s Even the nerds, & a few if the stoners. Nothing is wrong with any of them. You're just a stereotypical jerk who thinks everyone has to have a certain look or theyre "not normal" Newsflash. Maybe they don't want to be "normal" Fuck.

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  zombicidal  |  11

I agree with 59 I personally love my band tees and lowtop chuck taylors and the only people I get shit from is my friends I guess that's a perk of small towns

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  Sebastian_NG  |  16

Dun worry OP I would cry too if my parents chose my clothes. And 56, dont make a fucking drama out of it, I dont care if your parents dont like you, there are some people like you who'd like to get more attention from their parents, or people like me who would like less attention from them, either way bitching about it to some strangers won't get you any of that attention

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  ShroomsOnAcid  |  15

56, I really don't think that kids expressing themselves through their clothing reflects lack of attention from their parents. I personally don't like the emo thing and detest the oopma loompa look, but it's everyone's right and choice to dress however they want. Even kids. That's why they're kids - to make a shitload of mistakes and learn from them.

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IDK Shrooms... I have two best friends. One comes from a wholesome family with loving attention giving parents and the other has douchebag apathetic parents like me. Can you guess which one is a slut and which one isn't? Yeah, the one with uncaring parents. *shrugs*

By  latinadoll  |  5

Tough love :/

By  hockeydominatorc  |  0

Then choose your own clothes retard!

By  FYLDeep  |  25

Which is going to work out great now that you have a girlfriend you can shop with. Now you can both go to Victoria's Secret and try bras and panties on together.

By  peepeeparee  |  0

Stop being an inconsiderate unthankful bitch? Damn dude. I never got to go school clothes shopping, and when ever I did get to buy a shirt or pants, it was with money I earned, and by myself. Be thankful your parents have the money to buy clothes for you every year, and even more thankful that from what I understand... they've kept taking you despite the fact that your whiny bitch ass cries over your selection. Bitch. Did your balls get lodged inside of you or something?

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  rcmiller  |  4

A little harsh , don't ya think ??

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Clothes shopping can be frustrating (not just saying this because I'm a girl.) We didn't have much money when I was growing up and I wasn't able to get the clothes all the kids at school wore & I got picked on because of it. I started working at 15 to buy my own clothes and provide for myself. I think everyone's being a little too harsh, but I will say this- at 18 you should have a job.

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