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    Default Referring to little girls as b**ch

    I can't stand this. For example "that little b**** climbed out of her highchair and stole all the chocolate off the table". I can't stand my friends referring to their babies as a bi***. Am i being uptight?

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    Default Referring to little girls as b**ch

    If your uptight then so am I. It is never acceptable to call a child that. Heck I wouldn't call any of my friends that let alone a child! That's just wrong.

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    Wow. I've never heard someone do that. Not even as a joke. That seems really off.

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    Not at all! It's disgusting to refer to a child as that.

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    Default Referring to little girls as b**ch

    Biatch (spelling?) seems to be a popular word to use these days, a less harsh version of b!tch, but I wouldn't call my baby that.

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    I don't like it either. Something else that annoys me is referring to a child as a kid. Eg "I have to go pick up my kid" rather than "I have to go and pick up my daughter". A girlfriend of a friend of ours used to refer to her daughter as kid all the time, it always sounded as though her daughter was an inconvenience.

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    I've done it.
    DD1 to her cousin: do you like my toy?? Do you want to keep it?
    Cousin: yes I do!
    DD1: wahhh cousin said he's going to keep my toy.

    Me to my sister: omg she's such a little bifch.

    But I will endeavour to change my behaviour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blessedwith3boys View Post
    I don't like it either. Something else that annoys me is referring to a child as a kid. Eg "I have to go pick up my kid" rather than "I have to go and pick up my daughter". A girlfriend of a friend of ours used to refer to her daughter as kid all the time, it always sounded as though her daughter was an inconvenience.
    Huh? I really can't see how kid is different to daughter?? One is gender specific and one isn't? I'm really confused as to how on earth anyone could object to a kid being called... A kid.

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    Nope i hate it.
    I don't even like my teenage nieces using it.
    One of my teenage nieces and her friends refer to each other often as 'my (insert inappropriate word for homosexual) .. I could not believe it. So wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    I've done it.
    DD1 to her cousin: do you like my toy?? Do you want to keep it?
    Cousin: yes I do!
    DD1: wahhh cousin said he's going to keep my toy.

    Me to my sister: omg she's such a little bifch.

    But I will endeavour to change my behaviour
    In that context it doesn't seem bad but in the OP's context it did? No idea why.


 

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