By Headache - 01/03/2013 13:20 - United States
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I had mine for a whole weekend, and on the second night my mom couldn't take it anymore and she wrapped it in a blanket, shoved it into my dresser, shut my bedroom door and let me sleep in the living room. My neighbors called the police on me for child neglect because it screamed all night.
We had the same class at my old school. For the girls it was optional, but was mandatory for the guys taking the course. My friend chose to take the baby home and even volunteered to do extra and he now has a child of her own as a Junior in high school. In my opinion, I don't think it really does anything. Teens are still going to have sex, it might drop the percentage of it, but this course has been around for quite some time.
Ok, where on earth the last few words of my last sentience came from I do not know, lol. It is meant to read, "Hence, the 'WAAAAAAH!!' " This is the second time this has happened to me today on this site. I'm normally pretty good in making sure I proof read every comment I post before I hit send, but apparently I am slipping in that department.
So I take it that sticking your boob in it's mouth won't work for this one, and you can't distract it with peek-a-boo either? This Is a tough one. I guess the moral issues of throwing it out the window don't apply here, so you can go ahead and do that! It'll survive. Now, if only you could rewire real babies...
It sounds like a simple magnet design. Try that first, then see if you can rewire it with a internal on/off switch. That way you can determine when you feel like parenting an electronic baby, and even get an basic understanding o electronics. We are the robots future, we must teach the kids while they are still in school how to properly take care of our robotic offspring.
@89 it's a Star Trek: TOS reference, from ST II: Wrath of Khan. One of the tests at Starfleet Academy was ostensibly a simulation of rescuing a civilian vessel in distress, the Kobayashi Maru. In reality, it's set up to be a no-win situation, and is set up as such to test how the cadet will cope when faced with a no-win situation. Captain Kirk, when he was a cadet, beat the no-win simulation by hacking and reprogramming the simulator so he could win. Yes, I'm a big nerd.
Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, anybody?
moral of the story: you only have this baby for a week and it's already driving you nuts. a real one you're stuck with for at least 18 years. DONT HAVE A BABY FOR A VERY VERY LONG TIME. (: