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By Facepalmum - / Thursday 10 January 2013 06:28 / Australia - Melbourne
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By  Joe_926  |  1

That's a shitty situation!!!

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  Jordath_Fil  |  11

Thank you...?

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  Cartera  |  10

*That's a dried shitty situation

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  mariesexxxface  |  13

When are people going to learn that 9 times out of 10, this type of comment is completely unnecessary.

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  infaith  |  5

it's because the "turd" had mold on it, dog crap tends o do that over a period of time. Sadly I know this due to the fact I have 3.. guess who has to clean the yard every other day..but even I wouldn't get it mixed up :/ and I'm 15.

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  Quidikic  |  9

I am currently 14 (I know, quite the rebel being here underage), and there is not a single person in my grade stupid enough to confuse the two. I don't know if my area is more firmly developed than others, but other FMLs about 13-14 year olds just don't make sense to me about how immature and clueless some kids are.

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  doodlecloud  |  26

Unfortunately I think I've seen the turds OP means....that said, it's still only okay to get confused between the two up until like age 6. By 14, you'd think even if it looked exactly like an egg you'd know not to touch it just from the smell...

By  OhDearBetrayal  |  25

I think it's best not to tell him. Take the turd and throw it away, but tell him that the bird took the baby back. I don't think he'd like the idea of knowing he was holding shit in his hand.

By  TylerBurden  |  21

Wash your hands, tell him that these are no eggs. It was dried and i see no problem in that as long as he didn't eat them. He is just a stupid 14 years old. It will get better.

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  cgchamp89  |  7

I see a very big problem here. At 14, I knew the difference between a turd and an egg... I hope you don't have children. Your high expectations for them amaze me.

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