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    Quote Originally Posted by PlayNice View Post
    I mentally award gold stars when someone's outfit is really good.
    Oh me too... but I usually try to tell them. Unfortunately, I often chicken out because... well, it's kinda weird to just go up to a random person and say that stuff right? But whenever it's happened to me, it makes my day. Happened recently in the chemist... a woman said, "Your dress..." and I thought, 'Crap, I've tucked it up in my undies!' so was trying to dislodge it... before she could get to, "is absolutely stunning!" lol.

    When I've been drinking I tell girls they look fabulous all night long... I figure what's the point of thinking something nice if nobody knows? Much better to tell them so they can feel good about themselves for a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Ok I have one (yes it is judging)...

    Leggings are NOT pants! They should not be worn with short tops under any circumstances.
    I feel very passionate about this and so does DH. DH actually expressed some concern about 6 month old DD breaking this rule but I informed him babies are exempt

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnieMouse81 View Post
    I feel very passionate about this and so does DH. DH actually expressed some concern about 6 month old DD breaking this rule but I informed him babies are exempt
    Yes babies are exempt

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    Oh, yeah, I let my daughter wear leggings as pants. She's 7. I don't care for enforcing fashion rules on a small child who should be more concerned with comfort than fashion.

    Once she hits the teens though... nope, she is not wearing them as pants. lol.

    (And they're not see-through, her ones, and she wears them with a longer top that hits mid-butt, so they're not as revolting as teens in their patterend leggings with their cropped, baggy tops... ew).

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    Yeah kids are general are exempt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    I'm ashamed to say.... I judge people with fussy eaters.
    The whole concept of a fussy eater is just foreign to me and I can't comprehend it. So I judge instead...
    I didn't just fluke having 3 awesome eaters. I worked hard and made it a priority.
    How can they only eat chicken nuggets every night?? Who bought the damn things??
    would love to know your secret then. My kids starve themselves. They are given healthy food each night and pick at it, eat minimal amounts and refuse to eat the rest. We'vesat with DS1 until 9pm at night trying to get him to eat the remaining food and he just wont. DS2 has refused to be spoonfed from the first time we gave him food, we were forced to blw him. He barely eats. Wish i had perfect eating kids.

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    seeing kiddies in a pram, with bright green, red, or yellow cordial or soft drink in a bottle. I just don't understand why you'd put that in a bottle or give it to your baby. Or seeing a kid thats not old enough to walk sipping on macca's coke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    seeing kiddies in a pram, with bright green, red, or yellow cordial or soft drink in a bottle. I just don't understand why you'd put that in a bottle or give it to your baby. Or seeing a kid thats not old enough to walk sipping on macca's coke.
    A ex friend. Used to let her 18 month old drink coke when they got maccas for dinner which was a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    seeing kiddies in a pram, with bright green, red, or yellow cordial or soft drink in a bottle. I just don't understand why you'd put that in a bottle or give it to your baby. Or seeing a kid thats not old enough to walk sipping on macca's coke.
    My oldest used to get water in a maccas cup so he thought he was getting a treat lol. People must have thought I was giving my baby coke lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HugsBunny View Post
    My oldest used to get water in a maccas cup so he thought he was getting a treat lol. People must have thought I was giving my baby coke lol.
    thats a good trick! ill have to remember that


 

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