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    I also read that the mother said the child is already very conscious of what she wears. Poor kid will have body image issues for life

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    My first thought was wondering if it was all hers or she borrowed it But looking at the pic and the different shades of pubes she clearly borrowed.

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    Default Mother demands friend pay for shoes damaged at play date

    Maybe her fashion label isn't do so well so needs some free publicity to boot so to speak haha.

    Even my sister who is rich beyond my wildest dreams doesn't spend that sort of cash of her dd shoes. She stocks up on Kmart and cotton on when she is home.

    Question is who is the guilty party of drawing on them with the sharpie ?

    And

    She is asking for a size bigger then what her daughter wears now so she has 2 pairs of the boots to last longer ?

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    Knock yourself out of you want to spend that sort of cash for shoes for a kid but don't expect the mother to pay for it if they get some wear and tear from a fun play date

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    I can't understand how you can be disturbed by scuffed shoes but willing to make a dress out of other peoples pubes. Pristine? What? They're PUBES lady PUBES!!
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    Default Mother demands friend pay for shoes damaged at play date

    That pube dress is revolting

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    What a fruitcake. Surely she could cover the scuffs and texta mark with some pubes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkers View Post
    What a fruitcake. Surely she could cover the scuffs and texta mark with some pubes.
    Hahahahahahahahahahaha.

    Omg.

    Hahahahahahahahahahaha.

    I just wonder how she keeps all the clothes pristine? Can the kid not paint? Draw? Jump in puddles?

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    Off topic... it seems the parents aren't that close. Would you drop your 3yo off at a friends house without staying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Off topic... it seems the parents aren't that close. Would you drop your 3yo off at a friends house without staying?
    That was my first reaction to this story! My daughter is about to turn 5 and she hasn't yet been left with anyone for a play date other than close family and friends.

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