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21-05-2014 11:47 #41
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21-05-2014 11:53 #42
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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21-05-2014 11:54 #44
21-05-2014 11:59 #45
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?
21-05-2014 11:59 #46
Shoot me down, I must have problems because I laughed. I've found my kids doing weird things.
21-05-2014 12:13 #47
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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21-05-2014 12:15 #48
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