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By peace out / Tuesday 5 March 2013 20:19 / United States - Mount Pleasant
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By  KiddNYC1O  |  20

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  WKER143  |  9

She's in first grade... She wasn't calling OP a whale or insinuating she was one, it was an attempt to draw a person.. And for first grade, that's pretty darn cute

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  Bubbelz  |  24

62, there is no way a stick figure can look fat. So she did not drew a stick figure. I for one never have. People aren't sticks, unless extreme anorexia is combined with the absence of bones. Nobody taught me that people are sticks, so I always made circles (body looks like 0). And so did that little girl. Circles as bodies can look "fat". Thus with malformed ones, one could think of whales. As mentioned, the kid probably didn't mean to offend either.

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  Liamj774  |  36

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  gizmo92  |  6

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  dontpanic_fml  |  32

Like call you their role model? I'd be far too beside myself over that to mind the whale thing too much...I mean, a little punch to the self esteem but there was no ill intent. Not what I'd consider one of those annoying little sibling traits.

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  Lionesse  |  15

#30 I was referring to the fact that the younger sister may have drawn the OP a certain way on purpose . I wasn't referring to the fact that the little one called her a role model. Duh. My younger munchkin drew me as a eggplant once on purpose but as a headline wrote "My Role Model" .

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  dontpanic_fml  |  32

Well I understand that, obviously, but I wouldn't have taken that as the little sister drawing a whale on purpose at all. Didn't even think of that. I think there may be some over-interpreting of a six year old's blob drawing here...

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