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By fmlfmlfml - / Tuesday 2 June 2009 18:03 / United States
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  xclegend613  |  0

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  cetko13  |  0

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  jisaac09  |  25

ima just go out on a limb here and say that maybe the OP didnt kick all that hard.... I dont know if im normal or not but my bed is in the corner of the room, against two walls..... so maybe when the OP kicked they actually just raised there leg up and pulled the covers out from under the kid and the kid fell into the wall???

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  epound28  |  0

Darwin's Theory of Evolution/"Survival of the Fittest" at work. Great job OP, you're helping homo sapiens continue their evolution by killing the offspring of the weak and stupid -- presuming of course you killed your child by kicking her that hard against a wall. If not, well you're still a fucking dolt.

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  writergirl23  |  19

Guys for all you's who are over reacting, the bed was probably next to the wall. That way, if the kid was perched on the end of the bed- on the wall side- like as not op didn't kick that hard at all. If you get kicked in the direction of a wall you're right next to, you'd donk your head, too. Op's kid probably just got a slight headache and needed a lot of comforting.

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Two year olds can seem to not weigh very much to a full grown adult, so it's understandable, from under a blanket, for her to think it was the cat crawling on top of her. (Note: cats can be pretty annoying if they decide to mess with you on your sleep) She most likely lifted her leg to throw off what she thought was the cat, and without a doubt must have been in close proximity to a wall. Poor kid will be somewhat traumatized, but it was an accident. FYL, maybe let your 2 year old sleep with you a few days to make up for it.

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  RebeccaRFT  |  18

Idk about you guys, but I don't think she deserves it. When you're more than half asleep, your senses are dull and you're not entirely aware of what you're doing. Most likely op felt a presence on top of her and, assuming it was the cat, sleepily kicked the cat off.

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  DingoCJ  |  15

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  iceman420son  |  7

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  Tat2edude  |  5

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  piedpiper303  |  29

My cat is 17 pounds.. He has a lot of fur, and isn't fat. People judge too fast and call him a fatass when I say he's 17 pounds. Don't judge by just one fact without the details.

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  mlipro  |  0

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By  kspy  |  0

OH MY GOD! What the HELL is wrong with you??!! You should be shot for being such a bad person. You don't kick animals, and I hope your child hates you for life for kicking her into the wall.

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  randomstudios  |  0

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  super_mum  |  0

How is it a 2 year olds fault when it crawls into bed with a parent because it's scared...might I add that this parent decided to take a fucking nap rather than look after the child they brought into the world! What a cunt!

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  lenk_fml  |  3

I don't think you should have kicked your cat but my parents have a cat and it likes to jump on my bed at night to and I also make it get off but that's because I am allergic .... Hope you have a good reason to !

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