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    I had to turn it off. It made me feel ill. Creepy.

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    I couldn't watch it. I was really creeped out. The midwives show on just before on the other hand was an amazing episode!

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    *shudders*

    No. Just no.

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    The little girl / daddy creeped me out.
    Trying to encourage her to play younger? Even though she doesn't want to? Not keen on her having other friends?

    Ick

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    @munchkin275, I caught the very end of the midwives show just as that last baby plopped out. Both DH and I had tears in our eyes and I was like "let's have another baby!!!".

    It didn't creep me out as much as I thought it would! I just felt sorry for each person as they've mostly had some trauma in their lives to cause them to need this security.

    The only thing that creeped me out was that Daddy trying to convince his little girl to be younger. I didn't have a problem with her and in fact she was kind of amazing, very well spoken and I really liked her. He was just...creepy. Saying that she's more "two or three" and doesn't realise. I'm sorry but she's whatever the frick age SHE identifies as. I'm not even a part of this fetish and from what I watched I can tell that! So wrong. I fell asleep so I'll have to watch it on iView but I hope she dumped his creepy @ss.

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    I watched and found it intriguing. I have seen a similar doco before though. I think its great these people have found an outlet that suits them. Hey, they aren't hurting anyone so each to their own.

    However, the girls boyfriend had red flags popping out every time he opened his mouth. I know its wrong to say this, but i am genuinely worried about his true intentions in the relationship.

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    Me too. Everyone else was fine by me and I even liked his girlfriend a lot but he was seriously creepy. Like you said, I cringed every time he opened his mouth. It was just...wrong.

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