By Anonymous - 25/03/2012 12:09 - Australia - Croydon
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Hmm,i live in the gold coast and on a rare chance i get to see these suntanned goddesses you guys are talking about. .true about the accent,but the macho looking men tend to be just meatheads&the tanned,sun bleached girls tend to be snookie's. Dont trust the commercials people.dont trust them.
No I wish, I have to like in Australia and all we learn at school is that every other country sucks and that Australians are supreme. oh and every opportunity they brag . Oh and they blame England and America for their mistakes i.e their own racism towards Indigenous Australians. Crazy backwards country!
Seriously? People are CONDONING sexual assault? Wtf people, that's just fucking wrong. Also, if I was OP I would prolly slap the kid out if reaction, then I'd rat the little bastard out to his parents because that kind of behaviour is extremely inappropriate and should've dealt with.
Well.... Op kinda deserves it. How do you not feel someone taking off your shirt? Especially if your asleep? It doesn't say he moved it up, he took her shirt off her body. HOW DO YOU NOT FEEL THAT? He had to move her arms, pull her shirt over her head and arms, then he starts touching her... Sounds a little bit... Fishy.
26- youre not supposed to leave a kid at home if they're not mature enough. NSPCC says most children 12 or under aren't mature enough to be home alone, and that no child under 16 should be left home alone over night. So lots of 12 year olds will still have babysitters.
How did that not wake you? Also isn't twelve a little old to lay down in someone's lap (except parents)?
62- I disagree. If my 12 year old wanted to lay their head in my lap, I'd be fine with that. There are very unfortunate circumstances when a parent will sexually abuse their child but in most cases there is absolutely no sexual aspect to a child laying their head in a parent's lap and is completely appropriate and acceptable.
132- The year that it says I was born in on my profile is incorrect. You saying I wouldn't know what I would do is quite ignorant, I certainly have beliefs about raising my children that sure as hell won't be changing. EVER. Also, I never said that it should be a constant thing, but a child will and can develop perfectly normally even if they snuggle up with their parents sometimes. If you think it's going to stunt a child's development to cuddle up with their parents on occasion, then you know nothing of raising a child well. My cousin is a child development specialist, and he happens to be visiting me. I showed him your comment, he laughed.
139- I agree with you. The only thing is I think it's different when it's your child and when you're the babysitter. I wouldn't want to be in that position with a 12 year old boy, especially with the way our society. Who knows what parents would say if they came home (even if your shirt WAS on) and saw that. Some people are insane. You can be as loving as you'd like with your own children but it's shaky with others' children.
What does a twelve year old laying on their parents lap have anything to do with a twelve year old laying on a baby sisters lap? I do believe the two are completely different. However I do agree, how could you not feel the kid taking off your shirt even if it was a button up. Kinda odd.