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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    I don't fond it funny at all. It just came up on my newsfeed and I actually feel sick looking at it. I don't care if its staged, there are lots of stupid people on FB who will think its a great idea and copy it... :-/
    In my opinion anyone who finds the picture amusing have serious issues! There is nothing amusing about it whether it's real or not!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberleygal1 View Post
    In my opinion anyone who finds the picture amusing have serious issues! There is nothing amusing about it whether it's real or not!
    In my opinion, anyone who diagnoses "serious issues" based on someone chuckling at a staged photo taken clearly for entertainment value with no harm done to anyone needs to pull their head out.
    By all means, dislike the photo. Don't laugh. Fine. But also accept that it was taken for a giggle, it was a set up and no harm was done - taking it in the spirit it was intended does not mean one has "serious issues".

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    I don't fond it funny at all. It just came up on my newsfeed and I actually feel sick looking at it. I don't care if its staged, there are lots of stupid people on FB who will think its a great idea and copy it... :-/
    I seriously doubt it. Who would look at it then try to get an older child to hold a bottle with their foot?? More trouble that it's worth!

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    Really, KimberleyGal? "Serious issues"? You feel that strongly towards those who had a little chuckle?

    If I caught one of my older children doing this with a younger sibling, I totes would have laughed, taken a photo, and then told them not to do that again because it's actually quite dangerous. Which is probably the same thing that the adult who took the photo did.

    I in no way have "serious issues" because I would have laughed. You, on the other hand, feeling the need to tell people that there is something wrong with them mentally if they laughed, well, I reckon that might be, oh gee, I dunno, rather harsh and uncalled for?

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    Shoot me down, I must have problems because I laughed. I've found my kids doing weird things.

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    I feel that someone who makes such a harsh, snap judgement about someone who laughs at a picture, has serious issues, not the person who has a chuckle.

    Would I encourage my kid to do it? No of course not. Did my DS1 feed DS3 as a small baby because I had to do something like cook dinner or take DS2 to the toilet? Yes he did. And I'm a bloomin' fantastic mother, thank you very much if I had of caught him doing something like this I probably would of been gobsmacked, then had a giggle at it then explained to him why it was dangerous and tell him not to do it again.

    Seriously, so much judgement

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    Shoot me down, I must have problems because I laughed. I've found my kids doing weird things.
    I have serious issues too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    Shoot me down, I must have problems because I laughed. I've found my kids doing weird things.
    You monster!

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