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By rainastartree / Monday 23 December 2013 21:10 / United States - Crum Lynne
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By  hox83_fml  |  13

no chance

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  HKCgrimmjow  |  15

Who carries 250$ in cash??? I'm sorry but you're kind of asking for it in my opinion if you decide to carry that much

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  domolovesyoshi  |  33

exactly, now this depends on how old the daughter is, if she were my child, she would be getting nothing for christmas, I would return all of her presents to get the $250 back, if they don't add up whatever she bought will be returned

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  SneezyBear  |  25

Am I the only one who's wondering if the daughter stole the money for selfish purposes or because she was so sick of the fighting that she took the money to try and make a point e.g. "That's enough, no more money for you until you can stop fighting over it."?

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  SillyGirl4602  |  23

70, I carry that much cash on me. I bartend and sometimes I don't have time to make it to a bank. Op may have had that money on her to finish her Christmas shopping.

By  drizzy11  |  18

Damn lol

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Yeah! Those damn lols, being overused all the friggin' time. lol this....lol that. Makes me cringe every time. lol

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Yeah..freedom of speech etc, Mr President.

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  Booda_Shun  |  28

Hey, maybe the culprit has been found!

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  Booda_Shun  |  28

No thanks.

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  hox83_fml  |  13

it s not so expencive

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  SirDirtyRedD  |  15

Condoms! Thats what she used the money on! Lotsband lots of condoms. :D

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  miianah1  |  22

Were you one of those kids who sat on the internet all day? Money can be used for movies, bowling, games, pizza, etc. I don't agree with OP's thief of a child, but asking what a teenager needs money for is ignorant.

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  jazzy_123  |  20

Yes I really hope so too. People think it's no big deal when their child steals a couple of bucks but it's a big deal. I know someone who used ti steal change from his parents and siblings, and his parents never did anything about it thinking he'd grow out of it. Well years later he went from stealing change, to taking their credit cards, to stealing their jewelry and tools. So please OP do something about it or it will come back and bite you in the ass.

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  SneezyBear  |  25

#56 You know those toy cars/horses that you ride in as kid at shopping centres? They used to be only 20 cents when I was a kid, and I was obsessed with them. Whenever my parents dropped their wallet/money, I used to always take the twenty cent coins and ignore the $20 and $50 notes. Still have my dumb moments now, but I think I turned out ok otherwise? XD

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  jazzy_123  |  20

haha I loved those but they were a quarter when I was a kid. I should have been more specific. He would go to his sisters box full of quarters and coins worth a bit more and take a handful of them. So it'd probably add up to a couple bucks, which still isn't a lot. but his parents should have disciplined him..Obviously not everyone is the same. So good for you 141! :)

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