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By James4929 - / Friday 8 January 2010 00:25 / United Kingdom
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You know Twinklestar, I am glad you are privileged enough to be able to fly first-class anytime you want. But the rest of us simply can't chose the more expensive options. It's not up to everyone else to adjust themselves accordingly because children are roaming around the plane like little demons. YOU need to control YOUR kids. Is it too much to ask that school-aged kids not act like maniacs in tight crowded spaces? Just because we expect that kind of crap doesn't mean we should tolerate it.

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maybe you shouldn't call him a loser, but rather "THE PUNISHER." There's a good chance that little girl will grow up and do some horrible, bitchy thing in the future. The OP just punished her preemptively.

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Loser? or Winner? I think this man has finally broken the man-slapping barrier that women have held sacred for years. Now let it be known, that men can clothesline little girls when they get out of control!

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You're being awfully dramatic. It was an accident. The kid was out of control and if anyone did anything wrong, it was the parents who didn't have better control of their kid. By comparing it to partner abuse, you minimizing the awfulness that is partner abuse.

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You know Twinklestar, I am glad you are privileged enough to be able to fly first-class anytime you want. But the rest of us simply can't chose the more expensive options. It's not up to everyone else to adjust themselves accordingly because children are roaming around the plane like little demons. YOU need to control YOUR kids. Is it too much to ask that school-aged kids not act like maniacs in tight crowded spaces? Just because we expect that kind of crap doesn't mean we should tolerate it.

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Babies sometimes have a lot of ear pain in the air, particularly at takeoff. Not fun for any of us, but it is painful and terrifying for them.

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Don't blame the kids, blame the lazy, indulgent parents. Whenever I fly Aeroflot, there's almost never any screaming kids. Why? The eastern European parents keep them from making a scene.

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"There should be an age limit" ? What about families with young children? If you ask me, there should be an IQ limit for this website.

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You guys take FML way too seriously. Just shut the hell up, read it, laugh, and move on to the next one. Jesus, this ain't a debate forum.

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Maybe because OP was watching a movie, and thus wearing headphones, he was unable to hear the little girl running down the isle?

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Yeah, I get that a lot too. Take off and landing stuffs up your sineses and creates a lot of pain in your ears and on either side of you nose

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An age limit?! Are you serious? Families all over the world need to travel for vacations and visitation to families.

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I agree that people need to control their children, but some children have special needs that prevent them from behaving.

Haha, i would've loved to seen your face and the faces of everyone around you. lol Oh well, the parent shouldn't even be mad. It's her fault for not being able to control her 9 year old daughter. Who just decides to run in an airplane?!

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Actually, they were probably intending on saying hahahaha but pressed j instead of h. that or they're from another country that say ja. I'm going with option 1.

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Doesn't ja = ha in Spanish or some other language? I mean, the j in Spanish sounds a lot closer to the h in English than a Spanish h, so it makes sense.

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Saying Jajajaja is a thing from waaaay back on the internet, it's just a stupid mini-meme. It's like people saying Kekekeke and stuff like that.

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