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By  saIty  |  17

Vomiting on command... not a bad skill to have. I mean let's say you there's a person bothering you, so to get that person to leave you alone all you have to do is vomit on that person! P.S. for all of you who don't have this amazing skill just use Jenna Marbles "face" to repel those annoying people

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By  moonsxstars  |  6

And who's fault was that?

By  stormer461  |  13

That kid's lame. Who can't burp on command?

By  saIty  |  17

Vomiting on command... not a bad skill to have. I mean let's say you there's a person bothering you, so to get that person to leave you alone all you have to do is vomit on that person! P.S. for all of you who don't have this amazing skill just use Jenna Marbles "face" to repel those annoying people

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  LO388  |  7

God, I hate jenna marbles.

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I thought she was funny just now when I went to see what this was about. But then after about 10 min of her going off Nonstop on BS, I just felt like punching her in the throat.

By  MissMae93  |  23

Burping on command involves swallowing air which causes vomiting which can lead to stomach, throat and esophagus issues. As a babysitter, you should know that. I feel terrible for the child, not you.

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  MrSassypants  |  31

I know right? The OP probably forgot to read the babysitter's handbook of every single thing necessary to be a babysitter. That's the only reason I could think why she didn't know that when she "should" know it.

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  MissMae93  |  23

18 - It's common sense. Every time you puke, acid erodes the tissue in those areas in particular. Children are more susceptible to these problems as their bodies aren't fully developed and not equipped to handle being sick a lot. Teaching kids to do stupid things like burping on command can lead to greater issues down the road.

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  zerosk8r1526  |  3

23 - Yes, acid erosion does occur in the stomach and esophogus due to vomiting. However, I do not really think that this happening in children is an issue to worry about because I've never heard of anybody throwing up in an attempt to burp, besides the kid in the FML.

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