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By PlsForget - / Thursday 18 August 2016 21:47 / Canada - Vancouver
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By  drayloon  |  50

Now that you've expose those poor innocent children to such despicable language, they're destined for miserable lives filled with sadness, anger, pain, and the word "fuck". Your careless utterance will be solely responsible for them not achieving anything in life, simply because you couldn't keep your mouth kosher. How dare you. Jus kidding, they'll be fine, they've probably heard far worse anyway lol

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By  drayloon  |  50

Now that you've expose those poor innocent children to such despicable language, they're destined for miserable lives filled with sadness, anger, pain, and the word "fuck". Your careless utterance will be solely responsible for them not achieving anything in life, simply because you couldn't keep your mouth kosher. How dare you. Jus kidding, they'll be fine, they've probably heard far worse anyway lol

By  LifeAndLemons95  |  17

You were in pain and out of surprise, you swore. It was clearly an accident and those happen sometimes, so don't feel bad, OP! I hope you didn't get in too much trouble and as many others said, plenty of kids are exposed to swears at some point in their life, so I'm sure they didn't take damage. :) For you to be so embarrassed, it sounds like you're very serious about your volunteer work, so just keep doing your best and don't take it too much to heart!

By  Steephx0  |  23

Honestly I think swearing is justified in this case. You had a table break on you, I'm sure anyone (including the kids) would have said the same. I'm sure you've taught them a lot of things but I doubt a swear word is one of them.

By  CamBamShamDaMan  |  26

It can't be that bad cause those kids parents have had to cuss in front of them before like in the car is where I learned my first cuss word, my mom said one at least every time we were in the car so i grew accustomed to it

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