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A young baby just a few months old already taught to swear. watch

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    Wtf is wrong with this generation

    Watch this video and you can just make out the baby swearing already- His first words are swear words: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xOePE_ckbwA


    The future generation looks bright doesn't it :rolleyes:
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    I reckon he will be the next Shakespeare.
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    Well… you can't blame him! A lot of adults must swear around him… I can't help but laugh when I hear a baby/toddler swear, though. Even though I shouldn't :lol:
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    very funny. dont fall for it guys :cry2:
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    Lel OP's waiting for someone to actually watch the vid.

    I'm sorry I ruined it >_<
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    I read a study that proved people who swear more regularly actually tended to have better vocabulary. (you might still be able to find it online, but I don't have a link at present)

    Though teaching a baby to swear for what is basically a party trick for friends is poor parenting

    Edit: Actually went and watched the vid haha. Crisis averted.
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    That....was a very eloquent manner of swearing :indiff:
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    (Original post by curiousduck)
    very funny. dont fall for it guys :cry2:
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    Did you get scared?
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    (Original post by greatguy11)
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    Did you get scared?
    a tad :sad:
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    (Original post by Nettled)
    Lel OP's waiting for someone to actually watch the vid.

    I'm sorry I ruined it >_<
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    I am rather disappointed I was prepared to argue about how a baby of that age couldn't possibly learn to swear.
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    (Original post by curiousduck)
    a tad :sad:
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    Whenever I'm linked to a video, I always watch it on silent first. Saved me from embarrassment and/or terror many a time
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    some young children have actually learned to swear without knowing.
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    jesus ****
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    #parentingFail

    poor kid :/ as long as the people around him are not swearing AT him then he'll be alright
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    However sounds like the vid aint what i think it is
    and i dont wanna make sure x'D
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    Aw, how cute.
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    scared the hell out of me!!:ahhhhh::argh:
    i screamed and ran out of the room nearly breaking my new laptop
    screw you evil personnn
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    ughhhh
    why?
    how do you not freak out when posting this
    i legit had to close the whole tab with half of my eye open!
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    Not a kid swearing or anything, but this one gets me every time :rofl:

 
 
 
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