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By neryc - / Friday 4 July 2014 19:41 / United States - Hummelstown
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By  Bekll  |  31

You should do that trick where your thumb disappears from one hand and say it's already starting to happen to you because you got it on your thumb also.

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  Booda_Shun  |  31

While I'm all for having a good laugh, I don't think putting a kid that young under that kind of stress is the best way to go. That's how people develop phobias of Wite-Out.

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  cwrocker  |  31

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  Wyaru  |  31

My family and I once pretended that my 5 year old niece disappeared from existence. We eventually felt bad for her after she started to worry too much, and cut it off.

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  cakefete2  |  19

I agree, this is one of the privileges of being an older sibling. My older sister tells a story that one day she was messing with me as a child, and in a rage, I said "I can't wait to get bigger, 'cuz when we're the same age you can't mess with me anymore!" I have since learned, however, once someone is older than you, they stay older than you instead of "waiting" for you to catch up.

By  Bekll  |  31

You should do that trick where your thumb disappears from one hand and say it's already starting to happen to you because you got it on your thumb also.

By  spatula232  |  39

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  cakefete2  |  31

Good point. It's adorable at 4. Not so much at 14. You see, adorability and age are inversely proportionate one to the other... Where did this lab coat and chemistry set come from?!

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