By Anonymous - 21/03/2012 12:21 - United States
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This means that it will forever look just like the day he brought it home. Never tarnished with ashes. In a few months he will be bragging to his friends about it.
I'll probably get thumbed down for this, but I don't mind. First off, a big congratulations to you for finally deciding to quit. I'm sure t will be difficult. However, YDI. I highly highly doubt that the education system would promote children to make ash trays at school. This being said, it wad probably your son's idea to make the ash tray for you. This means that you have been smoking far too long and far too frequently. I'm sorry but I have absolutely no sympathy for people who have chosen to smoke. Not only affecting yourself, but also those around you. You should have quit a long time ago. I apologize in advance for the rant. Goodnight.
To which I hope you said, "Thank you very much, it's lovely." And then used it for a candy dish. Don't break the little buggers heart because you finally gave up a bad habit.
It may just be me, but I find it odd that children are making ashtrays in arts and crafts! Are they going to hand out cigarettes next?
10 - you sound like an overprotective parent who always wants to shelter her children. Ashtrays are a simple clay sculpture that can even be done in elementary schools because it can be used as a bowl or a candy dish too. Its neutral in nature. They're not condoning smoking, but not condemning it either.