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  • juniper
  • November 17, 2010, 2:17 pm
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    ...Sign me up for a vasectomy.

    they cost £150 now :(
    - BEASTY November 18, 2010, 7:37 am
    It'd probably be cheaper than repairs for the damage some of these kids do...
    - CrazyJay November 18, 2010, 7:38 am
    yea but you would be half a man...
    - BEASTY November 18, 2010, 8:20 am
    I just can't win, can I? =(
    - CrazyJay November 18, 2010, 2:19 pm
    At least be manly enough to cut 'em off yourself with your chainsaw.
    - Ertrov November 18, 2010, 2:22 pm
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    • hightec
    • November 17, 2010, 3:43 pm
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    I apparently once evenly coated my entire living room in flour during august because "i wanted a snowstorm"

    Haha that beats my story XD
    - SuDoku November 18, 2010, 3:03 am
    oh god my parents have a bunch when i was 3 i broke into a Smithsonian exhibit that had a tank and set off all the alarms
    - Tremp20k November 18, 2010, 3:04 am
    Haha I was on one of those walker harnesses, I wasn't allowed to even attempt to wreak havoc unless it was in the house :(

    Do you not remember some of the stuff you did? I do, or is my memory just really good again?
    - SuDoku November 18, 2010, 3:14 am
    If only my folks were less attentive when I was little. Dad wasn't working when I was little and he always seemed to have a 6th sense about me getting into trouble. Never got the chance to wreak any havoc...Made up for it first year of college. XD
    - CrazyJay November 18, 2010, 3:40 am
    ok sudoku ill be honest my brain has never been "normal" and i played football thus damaging my mind even more so no i really cant rember anything past a few years ago
    - Tremp20k November 18, 2010, 4:07 am
    That's fair enough, I have a stupidly good memory that's all so I dunno if some of things I remember from when I was little is normal or not, it's nothing to offend you, sorry if I did :)
    - SuDoku November 18, 2010, 4:20 am
    My dad worked from home, and we kept getting passed from pillar to post because my parents divorced, so I had more than enough time to wreak havoc because my parents were pre-occupied with other things >:)
    - SuDoku November 18, 2010, 4:22 am
    no problem i think in weird ways so memories dont come right to me probably the side effect of getting hit in the head alot like i said football
    - Tremp20k November 18, 2010, 4:28 am
    Well to be honest, I lack the ability to apply logic to things such as maths and physics, so really struggle in those areas, as in I can't do them at all, whereas, give me lines to learn in drama or something like that and I can do it within an hour maybe? And still be able to recite it later.
    - SuDoku November 18, 2010, 4:32 am
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    how the fuck did they do the 9th pic?
    12th pic, hilarious

    what did they do to the cat?
    - McBeardson November 18, 2010, 6:07 am
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    this is why i will never have a crib midget of my own for as long as i possibly can

    I know... Just looking at these pictures makes my blood pressure go up...
    - juniper November 17, 2010, 8:11 pm
    epic name for a baby!!
    - Nightmare November 17, 2010, 8:32 pm
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    The fourth pic is exactly why I DO want kids.

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    did the kids in the 3rd last pic bludgeon their dog with an 360 controller??!!

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    I remember doing something like this when I was a toddler. I drew some pictures and glued them to the wall, as well as drawing on the walls in ketchup. I was such a creative child :D

    Although my parents wouldn't agree :(

    • SuDoku
    • November 18, 2010, 2:06 am
    I wasn't so creative, but my twin nephews are. They stole a bottle of strawberry syrup and squirted it all over their stuffed animals, making it look like a fluffy bloodbath.
    - drakengard85 November 18, 2010, 2:47 pm
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    Whenever my parents brought me to a Chucky Cheeses or a McDonalds that had one of those indoor playgrounds, I would play a game called "I don't want to go home!". The point of the game is to see how long after it was time to leave I could hole up in one of those crazy networks of tubes that adults can't really fit into.

    Ah memories...

    I played that game too! I was an expert at hiding in the ball pits
    - drakengard85 November 18, 2010, 2:48 pm
    Heh heh, I would alwas bring a stash of those balls into the rest of the area and throw them at other people. One time me and a birthday party of friends tuned an entire Chucky Cheeses' into a warzone, every kid in the place got involved.
    - BobTheJanitor November 19, 2010, 4:45 am
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    haha awesome

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    friggin little tyiks!

    ... is that one got tampons???

    • BEASTY
    • November 18, 2010, 7:38 am
    - juniper November 18, 2010, 10:10 am
    wow, well that must be very difficult for the parents on facebook
    - BEASTY November 18, 2010, 12:37 pm
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    yet another reason im NEVER having kids

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    I came in the third and twenty third picture. Just thought I'd throw that out there.

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    Where are the pictures of the parents beating the shit out of them?

    Noooo shit! Lol
    - juniper November 18, 2010, 3:34 pm
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    Bah, 99% of that is due to the fact that people don’t spend time with their kids. If you watch and spend time with your kids that kinda shit doesn’t happen. But no, not in today’s world. Its easier to just sit your kid in front of sponge bob and go do whatever it is you feel is more important thing raising your child. And then you get angry because the kid gets board with it and finds something more entertaining like making a mess with flour. I fear for our future.

    youre right.

    whenever i see kids, theyre never playing outside, or doing anything remotely dangerous. their parents dont let them have sugar, play with sticks/rocks/bugs, shoot a 22 or a bb gun at cans/bottles, using tools, building camp fires, and they dont correct their kid when he/she does something unacceptable. i grew up from a very early age doing that stuff, and it made me a more better person; kids are supposed to get hurt! there is a reason kids heal so fast.

    every precious memory i have from my childhood is about some rediculously dangerous and stupid thing i did, and 9 times out of 10 i got hurt. broken fingers, feet, big cuts, scrapes, stitches, etc. and every single scar has a story that i'll remember my entire life. i feel sorry for todays youth, when they grow up and all they can think back on is "remember that show we used to watch? or that video game we used to play? or that time i played organised baseball games with parents watching while using hollow plastic bats and light plastic balls?" .... at the time those things are bad... but cuts/scrapes/burns heal, a wasted childhood doesn't. ive had my teeth knocked out when i was little, playing baseball with a real bat/ball and my friend hit my right in the mouth. but guess what? those were baby teeth. and the next time i saw a ball coming towards me, i didnt freeze, i ducked!

    my dad always let me use tools, but he would show me first. saws, hammers, hatchets, nails, etc. think i never smacked my finger with a hammer? or cut my hand with a saw? of course i did. but parents today treat their kid like any minor thing like that will damage them for life or possibly kill them, but people learn from mistakes like that.

    i grew up in a bad area and my parents trusted me enough to walk to the stores or ride around on my bike to my friends house on my own, and i did that every day. i knew how to avoid trouble. i wouldnt trust my 13yo cousin to go to the store on his own.

    there are teenagers today that grew up like that, and i can always tell.

    when they think back about their childhood, theyre thinking about tv shows, video games, cereal, and school. when i think back, i either think of my common activities like how i used to smash slugs, dig holes in ant hills, set bugs on fire, and that time i smashed so many slugs i got grossed out and refused to go near my backyard until after it rained. Or, i think about times i learned a lesson a hard way. like when i wanted to build a lookout in a tree in my backyard like this one:

    but i started on the climbing steps, by nailing blocks of wood to the tree. i started at the bottom, and climbed the blocks i was nailing in, while standing on the previous steps i had just nailed in.... until i inevitably lost balance and fell out of the tree and sprained my ankle. it hurt like a bitch and swelled up, my neighbor saw me and came out and got my parents to come... after my foot got all better, i finished my tree lookout... how? i got a ladder from the garage like i should have in the first place! after that i never tried to do anything like that without a stable footing.

    my childhood when i was being punished:

    my childhood when i knew i had gone too far from home and it was time to turn back.

    today's teenagers typical childhood:

    and it's only gotten worse.
    - c8r15 November 19, 2010, 8:51 am
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