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Parliament should compulsorily be 22% kids watch

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    It needs to be 22% U18s, and the Government should take action to implement this, so that equality for children can be achieved in an adult-dominated profession. These under 18s have long been discriminated against, being forced to spend hours every day working for no pay in front of a critical 'teacher', and have been denied their right to vote. They do not even have the right to have their own family, the cruelest injustice of all.

    Edit: The amount of neg rep I have received just shows that ageism is very much alive and well.
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    Obvious troll is obvious.
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    (Original post by Hopple)
    It needs to be 22% U18s, and the Government should take action to implement this, so that equality for children can be achieved in an adult-dominated profession. These under 18s have long been discriminated against, being forced to spend hours every day working for no pay in front of a critical 'teacher', and have been denied their right to vote. They do not even have the right to have their own family, the cruelest injustice of all.

    Edit: The amount of neg rep I have received just shows that ageism is very much alive and well.
    Oh God no. Have you seen some UK Youth Parliament sessions on BBC Parliament?

    :facepalm2: Utter fail.
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    Genius. :yep:

    That is, if this is a joke-thread about the 50% female one?

    Otherwise:

    Fool! :dry:
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    (Original post by Hopple)
    It needs to be 22% U18s, and the Government should take action to implement this, so that equality for children can be achieved in an adult-dominated profession. These under 18s have long been discriminated against, being forced to spend hours every day working for no pay in front of a critical 'teacher', and have been denied their right to vote. They do not even have the right to have their own family, the cruelest injustice of all.

    Edit: The amount of neg rep I have received just shows that ageism is very much alive and well.
    Up with kids! Down with teacher! Up with under-age drinking! Down with spots!
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    Was tempted to have a mini rant about this in the thread this is parodying.. good skillZ
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    Ahaha, good show sir. Good show
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    a+ parody thread would read again
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    Amusing troll amuses.
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    This made me chuckle to myself like an old person. :giggle:
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    I vote Rebecca Black in.
    I don't even care that she's American.


    It could be Friday every day... :moon:
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    Hmmm this is actually quite funny.
    Congrats you've actually defeated me...
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    This thread is a waste of bandwidth.
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    (Original post by HarmanFan)
    This thread is a waste of bandwidth.
    How come you didn't get warned for yours? Did I put too much detail?
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