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My Step-Dad Never Says Please To Me, Should I Ask Him Why? watch

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    He says thank you all the time but never please and it's annoying cause I always do it with him and I feel like he gets a free pass just because he's 49 and I'm 16 I'm scared he'll yell at me if I ask, though.
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    Jeez you complaining about next man not saying "please" to you?!
    BTW he's the older one so you should be showing him respect not the other way around
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    (Original post by stranger tits)
    Jeez you complaining about next man not saying "please" to you?!
    BTW he's the older one so you should be showing him respect not the other way around
    So basically us teaching our kids to say please is pointless if they only have to do it up until they're adults...?
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    He says thank you all the time but never please and it's annoying cause I always do it with him and I feel like he gets a free pass just because he's 49 and I'm 16 I'm scared he'll yell at me if I ask, though.
    'Please' do. Thank you
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    stranger tits So why is it okay for adults not to use these terms but it's completely unacceptable when their children don't?!?! Do you think adults get a free pass just because that's what most of society believes these days and because of their age?
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    #britishproblems
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    That's child Sexual Exploitation. Call the police. MA GOD>
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    It's really not that deep, he probably does it to everyone.
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    (Original post by Eeeefachong)
    That's child Sexual Exploitation. Call the police. MA GOD>
    Hahahahaha
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    (Original post by UWS)
    It's really not that deep, he probably does it to everyone.
    I swear I've heard him say it to my Mum and sister before, tho :/
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    Maybe he feels weird to say it to his own son?
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    (Original post by TheGirlFelonXxXx)
    Maybe he feels weird to say it to his own son?
    OK, firstly I'm not his son second of all he says it to his own wife and my 9 year old sister.
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    (Original post by SpacePatroFan189)
    OK, firstly I'm not his son second of all he says it to his own wife and my 9 year old sister.
    Okay chill, i clearly read ur post wrong, its probabely bcuz ur a guy and he feels weird saying 'please' to u, its not a big deal, my dad has never said 'sorry' or 'please' to me but u dont see me complaining, hes still my dad and i respect it if he doesnt say those type of words
 
 
 
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