By Anonymous - United Kingdom - Falkirk
Today, my 10-year-old son told my 5-year-old daughter that we're a ghost family, and told her to run through our glass door to see for herself. She believed it, ran straight into the door, and ended up having to be taken to hospital. FML
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I hope your daughter is ok, OP. Running through a glass door is scary and can be life-threatening.

In High School, a friend ran his hand through a plate glass door; it needed an ambulance, 75+ stitches and months of therapy.

On the other hand, I ran my hand through a French door when I was 6; I still have the scars but am otherwise totally ok.

  Mopmob02  |  18

If I were op, said revenge would be the WORST possible thing I can think of. What was that, you want to cookies? Didn't you know, ghost don't eat cookies. Juice? Ghost can't drink juice, they can only drink water. Oh, you want to play you're Nintendo DS I'm sorry you're a ghost, ghost can't pick stuff like that up.

  rapunzel3416  |  28

This actually reminds me of the movie The Others. It's pretty interesting. I haven't seen it in about 8 years but it's pretty good from what I remember. If you haven't seen it and are bored you should watch it.


#33 I see what you're saying, but you can't really call it an accident. The older kid is 10 years old, he knows better. Though I agree that he probably didn't mean for her to get hurt that bad, he knew what he was doing and that it wasn't right and could be very dangerous.

  Wowxoxo  |  17

If you're subtly trying to indicate that the son obtained his genes from his father then you need to go back to biology class... The sperm always wins whether it's a boy or a girl. The Y chromosome from the sperm did come from the father however every offspring is 50% from both parents