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    I was going to collect the washing from outside and we have new neighbors and their were like 4 girls, probably around the age of 8 - 10 and they started to swear at me for no reason lmaooo
    "you smelly stupid cow" and they were swearing at my mum as well loool I didn;t say anything back cause their parents are alcoholics and they would probably end up smashing my windows or something lmao
    when i was 10 I didn't even know a single swear word
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    (Original post by PrincessAnna)
    I was going to collect the washing from outside and we have new neighbors and their were like 4 girls, probably around the age of 8 - 10 and they started to swear at me for no reason lmaooo
    "you smelly stupid cow" and they were swearing at my mum as well loool I didn;t say anything back cause their parents are alcoholics and they would probably end up smashing my windows or something lmao
    when i was 10 I didn't even know a single swear word
    In this case, its probably the parent's fault for lack of discipline.
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    Yeah kids nowadays are quite feral if you ask me....
    saying that made me feel old lol
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    next time just stare at them dead in the eye and repeatedly smack your self over the head with a brick while drooling. That should stop them. Worked for me
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    People living like they aint got no mommas. I think the whole worlds addicted to the drama
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    I walked past a group of 11 year olds talking about sex without condoms the other day :/

    At the age of 11, I found periods embarassing
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    (Original post by jlsmpV2)
    next time just stare at them dead in the eye and repeatedly smack your self over the head with a brick while drooling. That should stop them. Worked for me
    Lol, i regret saying anything ahaha, I should have threw a ****ing brick to their heads lmao
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    (Original post by enaayrah)
    I walked past a group of 11 year olds talking about sex without condoms the other day :/

    At the age of 11, I found periods embarassing
    wow :O
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    (Original post by enaayrah)
    I walked past a group of 11 year olds talking about sex without condoms the other day :/

    At the age of 11, I found periods embarassing
    At the age of 11 i couldnt even walk yet
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    With role models like miley Cyrus not suprised. No one is there to teach them right and wrong. They will face tough time growing up n ending up in prison


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    (Original post by PrincessAnna)
    Lol, i regret saying anything ahaha, I should have threw a ****ing brick to their heads lmao
    i wouldnt advise that...




    use a shovel instead, more accurate aim
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    (Original post by PrincessAnna)
    I was going to collect the washing from outside and we have new neighbors and their were like 4 girls, probably around the age of 8 - 10 and they started to swear at me for no reason lmaooo
    "you smelly stupid cow" and they were swearing at my mum as well loool I didn;t say anything back cause their parents are alcoholics and they would probably end up smashing my windows or something lmao
    when i was 10 I didn't even know a single swear word
    chav ting
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    Most children aren't like this. My son and his friends are less street wise than I was at his age. I think in the case of your neighbour it sounds as if they aren't having the best of upbringings with no boundaries etc. Its very sad.


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    I'm not averse to putting a kid in a rubbish bin you know...I've done it before, particularly when this like year 6 kid a few years ago just randomly threw an ice block at my head. I had to do what I had to do.
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    Kids these days, always in a rush to grow up smh :shakecane:
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    (Original post by Betelgeuse-)
    People living like they aint got no mommas. I think the whole worlds addicted to the drama
    only attracted to things that'll bring ya trauma
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    Ohhhh I do so agree. I keep warning people not to let their children watch Channel 4 - no good will come of them from identifying with the continental classes.

    I am so thankful that my Sheridan didn't turn out like that - he's a wonderful boy.
    One of the best minds of his generation and still not too proud to love his mummy.
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    It's never the children's fault, it's the parents and upbringing.
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    (Original post by rat poison)
    chav ting
    they are lol i can tell
    her parents are literally smoking 24/7 and drinking
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    (Original post by rat poison)
    I'm not averse to putting a kid in a rubbish bin you know...I've done it before, particularly when this like year 6 kid a few years ago just randomly threw an ice block at my head. I had to do what I had to do.
    lmao made my day!
 
 
 
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