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Should I let my little sister see tsr or no?
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how old is she?
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5 years
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probably not in my opinion
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Should I let my little sister see tsr or no?
As long as she is next to you and you can see what she is doing, although at that age she is not supposed to know about these things.
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Why would she need to see it if she is 5?
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Nope, isn’t this site for 14 and over? She wouldn’t be able to understand the content and some of it will be highly inappropriate. If you want to entertain her get her to watch the clangers instead
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Nope, isn’t this site for 14 and over? She wouldn’t be able to understand the content and some of it will be highly inappropriate. If you want to entertain her get her to watch the clangers instead
afaik it's 13+ but yeah i completely agree with you! :ditto:
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She is really nosy it is hard to get her to even eat dinner in the dining room there's never a time she is not grounded.
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