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Toys "R" Us Carries Lower Back Tattoo Stickers Perfect For Your Trampy Kid

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by -Scar-, Mar 29, 2008.

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  1. Thumper

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    Dd someone say peep show? :icon_eek: :tup:
     
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  2. Game123

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    :lol:


    That's your prerogative, babe.
     
  3. Game123

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    Yep... I do remind you of Churchill. :abq2:
     
  4. Game123

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    Well, thank you very much for that Chelsea. Time to rep ya!
     
  5. Chelsea

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    I just call it as I see it honey!
    Are you going to show at Boris's the 26th? I hope so...!:yes::yes::yes:
     
  6. Game123

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    I really want to. I'll just have to see how this next UAV shipment goes. Will you attend?
     
  7. Chelsea

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    I will be there. You better be there too!:yes:
     
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    If I can get the birds outfitted by that date, I'll be there... I promise!!! I'll even bring the port.:icon_toast:
     
  9. Chelsea

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    No port! Bring tons of Chard!:tup:
    And your own happy self!
     
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    I don't drink that swill, dear!:no: Also, port is great with chocolate or cheese. :icon_party:
     
  11. Chelsea

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    Okay damnit!
    I still love my Chard. Goes good with cheese! I hate chocolate!:tup:
     
  12. Game123

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    Then we have a deal! :nana_dance:


    I gotta have someone sane around when I go to the Quickening... too many flamin' Libs will be there. :flag:
     
  13. BFISA

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    More like the ugly lady.
     
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    Ah, Canal Street!! :icon_eek:

    The sincerest form of window shopping!! :tup: :icon_toast:
     
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    Yeah sure, jes don't anyone have the timerity to disagree...he joins a long list of posters here who think his is the only opinion that matters.

    Fuq'im
     
  16. Game123

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    I see we still have some poor sports around who don't like it when Ol' Rex crams the crap back up into the cow. :icon_rofl:
     
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    Port. (love the stuff) I'll also take dark chocolate, sharp cheese and some water crackers. :icon_party:
     
  18. Game123

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    You going to The Quickening, Pumpkin?:icon_toast:
     
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    I dunno if I can make it Rex. I'll be in SD this weekend on some family business and to look at real estate... Not sure if I'll make it back again this month.... BUT.... do have the date on my calendar. ;)
     
  20. Boltage Bimbo

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    Nope. We just don't like whining trolls who come in here spouting their "opinions" and making "general" statements that they know will offend people and then crying and playing the victim card when they're called out on it.

    Thumper, for the record, I was only saying what a lot of us were thinking and if you wish to slap my hand for that so be it. :wave:
     
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    Yep, the crying continues. Look, let's all wipe those tears away and get back on topic, ok?

    The topic of the thread is "Toys "R" Us Carries Lower Back Tattoo Stickers Perfect For Your Trampy Kid". I've stated that, IMO, tats on kids are a bad thing. Permanent or temporary... makes no difference to me. The underlying theme to my argument is that it sends the wrong 'message' about what is and is not acceptable behavior to the child. I even gave another example by pointing out realistic dolls that soil their pants and say things like 'I love you, Mommy'.

    Anyone care to expand on this topic? Or does Thumper really need to close this thread because some of us are too immature to move on to bigger and better things? Cheers!:icon_toast:
     
  22. Boltage Bimbo

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    Again, are you the pot or the kettle?

    Prior to age 18 the parents should be involved in (not necessarily in control of) all areas of the child's development. You can only tell them what is or is not acceptable behavior to us (to have tattoos or not to), as their parent, not for society as a whole because once they enter the public arena (aka school, public or private) they learn a whole new set of rules and will begin to question ours. Our job is to guide and instruct, not to control. Control only leads to defiance.

    As an adult (age 18 & up), people should be able to "decorate" themselves as they see fit (so long as it doesn't harm others) without being judged for it by people who do not know them or their character.

    As to your problem with realistic dolls, IMO we need more of them. They teach our kids that there are consequences to things in life. Like having a baby is a big responsibility and can be messy, not just something you can shove back under the bed when you get bored with it. Knowing that, maybe more of them will think before they put themselves in a situation which will cause them to have to grow up before they are ready for it. If we just tell them not to do it or that they "can't do it", you know they will. Experience is the best teacher.
     
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    Nah, I'm done with it; the thread's all yours, or to Thumper's to do with as he deems necessary.
     
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    I'm closing it down.


    There's been enough bickering in this thread. Please do not move this feud into another one. If you cannot get along then I would recommend the ignore feature.
     
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