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I'm not able to handle children who hurt animals. No offense, Fifi.
Originally Posted by claudine19
Absolutely no offense taken. I can't stand the spawn of satan. That is the only child I have ever truly disliked. She's my sister in laws, sons, third wife's, daughter from another marriage. Or as I like to call her... evil, be gone. I'm sure her babysitter needs full body armor and a taser.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
I know one like that. He has the face of an angel but already has disorders, and he's about five. He was seen choking a kitten, and went out of his way to say something mean to me about my dog (who is completely friendly to him).

He's like a maniac in training.
Originally Posted by claudine19
It does make you worry.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I love The Lake House.

It doesn't make a lick of sense. But I love it. Don't even play I Can't Seem to Make You Mine anytime, anywhere. I will have to plop down and look off into the distance and play The Lake House in my mind. This is what happens when the person in charge of the soundtrack plops Nick Drake songs all up and through the movie.

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Originally Posted by juanab
Very interesting read. I like the way it was broken down. They really should officially define categories, or types, for this behavior.

I've seen little ones hurt animals by accident, or not understand their own force, experiment, etc. I've known some kids who unfortunately took out frustrations on animals after abuse. It is incredibly sad.

The girl I know would absolutely fall in the red flag category, even though she is still in a younger age range. She takes pleasure in shooting her step brother (who lives with my brother and sister in law due to both his parents losing custody for neglecting him) with a BB gun. That was her 4th birthday present, and the last thing that child needs. She really does enjoy inflicting pain on people and pets. I do not know her mom well, at all. I've only seen her a handful of times. We do not mesh well because I will tell her daughter to calm down if she is acting out/violent in my or my parents house. She doesn't like that so she normally does not come to my house when her husband visits. Thankfully, thats rare. I do not know her biological father. She was already ruthless at 3, when I met her. I just know her step dad is not very present, in any way, and has horrible taste in women. I wouldn't doubt she has seen some things. I have heard that both her biological parents have horrible tempers and love to fight.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
A BB gun @ age 4, coupled with the behavior she has already displayed, pretty much ensures a violence filled future. She probably will be the one inflicting the violence.

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target's high impact bras suck at life and should be put away forever. I should sue them for the bounce my boobs got. Don't waste your money, get that 80 dollar sports bra because target is a joke.
Originally Posted by murrrcat
I'm glad you posted this. I was trying to convince my SO to get one from target instead of spending all that money for the expensive ones, but I can now hear the complaints if her boobs are going to be bouncing.

That is not what she wants. Not. At. All.
Originally Posted by Curlyminx
for a second on my run I thought I went braless. I was like what's going on here? I had to hold my boobies.
Originally Posted by murrrcat
Yeah, sports bras are one of those things you really can't skimp on.

At the very least, find one that is usually quite expensive but on sale or something. And read reviews before buying.
I realize that's not a nice thing to say about a child but this girl is something else. I've watched her jump on strangers, climb onto their shoulders, and start ripping their hair out. She's also loves hurting small animals.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
That's disturbing.
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Originally Posted by juanab
Very interesting read. I like the way it was broken down. They really should officially define categories, or types, for this behavior.

I've seen little ones hurt animals by accident, or not understand their own force, experiment, etc. I've known some kids who unfortunately took out frustrations on animals after abuse. It is incredibly sad.

The girl I know would absolutely fall in the red flag category, even though she is still in a younger age range. She takes pleasure in shooting her step brother (who lives with my brother and sister in law due to both his parents losing custody for neglecting him) with a BB gun. That was her 4th birthday present, and the last thing that child needs. She really does enjoy inflicting pain on people and pets. I do not know her mom well, at all. I've only seen her a handful of times. We do not mesh well because I will tell her daughter to calm down if she is acting out/violent in my or my parents house. She doesn't like that so she normally does not come to my house when her husband visits. Thankfully, thats rare. I do not know her biological father. She was already ruthless at 3, when I met her. I just know her step dad is not very present, in any way, and has horrible taste in women. I wouldn't doubt she has seen some things. I have heard that both her biological parents have horrible tempers and love to fight.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
A BB gun @ age 4, coupled with the behavior she has already displayed, pretty much ensures a violence filled future. She probably will be the one inflicting the violence.
Originally Posted by juanab
Absolutely. That blew my mind. She was jumping on people and pulling their hair out the first time my family met her. I was taking pictures of my oldest nephews and the next thing I know this she devil was on their shoulders scratching, kicking, hitting and ripping. It was quite the introduction. I have a picture of it. You see jet black hair, red eyes, and a incredibly angry little face. That's where all my Omen references started. I knew things would only get worse when they got her the BB gun. I'm glad her step brother no longer sees her often. He was a sad and nervous little wreck before she came along. Wouldn't eat in front of people, would only eat bread and occasionally peanut butter. Her torture was the last thing he needed.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

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I love The Lake House.

It doesn't make a lick of sense. But I love it. Don't even play I Can't Seem to Make You Mine anytime, anywhere. I will have to plop down and look off into the distance and play The Lake House in my mind. This is what happens when the person in charge of the soundtrack plops Nick Drake songs all up and through the movie.

The Lake House Soundtrack Part 1 of 6 - YouTube
Originally Posted by curlyarca
I liked that movie too, even though it doesn't make a lick of sense.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

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I've complained before that people in my programme as treated like red headed stepchildren (no offense to anyone). It's like we don't exist. They send out emails to the department and we aren't on the mailing list; we don't qualify for scholarships or assistantships and now apparently we are being passed over for internships. I'm starting to suspect that I need to go have a sit down with the head of graduate studies.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


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hmm, I am not liking the curly guru thing.
made up of 98.822% silliness!!

hmm, I am not liking the curly guru thing.
Originally Posted by CurlyEyes
I keep seeing that term. What is it? Something I can't see on the app?
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hmm, I am not liking the curly guru thing.
Originally Posted by CurlyEyes
I keep seeing that term. What is it? Something I can't see on the app?
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