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Today, my 12-year-old daughter is a Nirvana fan, while my 20-year-old son is a Justin Bieber fan. How did that happen? FML

By Anonyme - / Sunday 14 August 2011 23:53 / Lebanon
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By  9a_z1  |  11

Your children feel comfortable enough to break free of stereotypes with their music taste, unless they're blasting it needlessly loudly why is that a bad thing?

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  celestian1998  |  8

My guess is that they actually arent actually that upset about it, and just thought it would be a funny FML. Im not the OP so I cant confirm that, but it seems likely to me.

By  9a_z1  |  11

Your children feel comfortable enough to break free of stereotypes with their music taste, unless they're blasting it needlessly loudly why is that a bad thing?

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  tomvertigo  |  17

Don't make this about gender stereotypes.

I think his comment was "My young child listens to good music despite being younger and less versed in the ways of the world and my oldest child, despite having more worldly experience and age, listens to what amounts to diarrhea with an stupid haircut."

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  Allornone  |  35

um, 70, 2's comment refers to stereotypes in general, saying nothing specifically of gender. Your examples refer to stereotypes as well, though focused more on age. You may very well agree.

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  jocamo  |  24

Totally not soft. I get that it was a joke. However it was tasteless. It's right up there with the bed size meme with a coffin labeled as Prince sized two days after his death.

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  jocamo  |  24

It's not tasteless because it was light humour about a man who died 22 yrs ago, but rather making light of suicide. That is a subject that shouldn't be joked about. It has nothing to do with my being soft.

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