By Anonymous - 09/12/2012 16:29 - United States - Cedar Park
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*goes to the forbidden area of space to the planet of the force* *learns the secret of the force and becomes a super jedi* Squeaky: Hmm the death star no longer replies. Send the forces. *spy arrives* spy: The enemy is 6 million strong. I'd suggest you send the 6th division 8 million strong.
I almost want to make the first comment "first" just to see what hilarious story sirin would change it too. it would make me look like I made fun of myself a shit ton, but I make fun of myself all the time, so honestly, it would probably be more funny than insulting, but anyone who makes first comment say "first" does honestly deserve it.
You couldn't stop your child? I'd never let my daughter take any sort of candy from a stranger. I would have said no, given a reason and distracted my daughter with something else.
I completely agree with all of you. I mean how fast did that child take and swollow the "chocolate" that there was no time for the mother to stop her?? I'm also quite surprised how this child seems to lack any form of displicine. When I was little I would never take anything without asking my mother first and I wouldn't act like a rabid dog that hasn't eaten in days, but thank the person kindly and eat the gift later Oo So op, for the sake of your child: - Train your reflexes. You will need them with young children around. - Discipline your child for god's sake - Explain to her why she shouldn't take stuff from strangers (although maybe she learned her lesson after this incident)
Comments like these are the reason I'm child-free. Yes, parents should have control over their kids and yes, they should teach them proper behavior, but it has got to get old after awhile constantly being blamed for the actions of a very immature person who happens to have free will and will, on more than one occasion, do really stupid shit that you might not be able to stop in time.
@ #141: That's one of the joys of being a parents. You are ALWAYS responsible for your child's actions, because your child is still growing and learning about the world around them. And it's up to you to make sure they don't run into traffic, or fall into a pool, or get kidnapped, or eat potentially-dangerous food from a complete stranger. Because they might not understand that their actions have consequences, but the parent should. Personally I don't understand how a small child COULD push a parent aside, take chocolate from a complete stranger, and scarf it down quicker than the parent can say no. OP should just be thankful it was only laxatives, and not something potentially more dangerous.
That's what your daughter gets for being so aggressive. I bet she's suffering more than you!
Why haven't you taught your 4-year-old to NOT take "candy" from strangers?
How much do you weigh, twenty pounds? How does a four year old 'push you aside'? That's some awful parenting right there, well deserved!
Quick, feed her large amounts of cheese! Maybe she'll become constipated!
You should probably teach your child to not take candy from strangers!