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When did you kids develope "independence"?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SB118, 29 Apr 2011.

  1. Theophany

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    My sister and I have a six year old daughter.

    She don't talk so good, but the webbed digits make her a mighty powerful swimmer!
     
  2. Emphacy

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    Sounds like incest. OH wait... It is incest.
     
  3. Ice On Fire

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    yea innit mate no wot i mean :p
     
  4. Ice On Fire

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    Wait what?:eek:
     
  5. Raymond Lin

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    When you said "made her breakfast" Did you mean by..

    1 - put cereal from a box in a bowl and add milk.
    2 - put porridge in a saucepan, add milk, heat up, pour in bowl, then put everything in the sink.

    1 does not equal breakfast :p That's as difficult as opening a packet of sweets. lol
     
  6. LordSplodge

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    My six year old daughter wouldn't have an iPod Touch neither.
     
  7. trigger-happy

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    I normally set my children into the wild for 30 days, that's how they become independent, they learn to fight and hunt their own food lol
     
  8. arknor

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    mine does pretty much all of that anyway... i dont think its anything special.

    last night mine , plugged in his mums laptop, booted it up , opened internet explorer, went on youtube , typed in "dead rising 2 walkthrough" and watched theradbrad doing some sniper mission because my son got stuck on it.

    yea yea whatever to the "he shouldnt be playing that crowd" he knows its not real, it doesnt apear scary to him.. you decide what your kids should be doing and ill decide what mine should ok.
     
  9. Disco Boy

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    Plus he's 16? :p


    edit: wait, you're 30...

    So he's 14? :p
     
  10. Maximum Triceratops

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    My 4 year old can play the Lego games on PS3 without any help from myself.
     
  11. Disco Boy

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    Shame that his daddy abuses reflexive pronouns.
     
  12. franco_22

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    Can he play Crysis?
     
  13. Fuzz

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    After they had learned how to spell. :p










    I don't have kids really.
     
  14. franco_22

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    I developed a dependence for online gaming when I was 15
     
  15. SexyGreyFox

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    Welcome to my wife's world has a Speech & Language teacher

    And most of the time that sums it up
     
  16. vicisthebest

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    I had a boy in my class a couple of years ago who is autistic; his single mum (17 when he was born) didn't have a clue what to do with him and so just used to stick him in front of the TV.

    As a result, he speaks in an American accent; he picked it up from the TV he watched.
     
  17. Knubje

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    Don't care if he should be playing the game or not, thats up to you as a parent to decide.

    However, your son is a dirty ****ing cheat. What a waste of a game if he is looking up how to do it...digusting!