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How would you feel? deleted user banned
30th Jan '13

Sorry you missed it, maybe next time.lol

ILOVEWINE Due April 24; 2 kids; Sweden 10814 posts
30th Jan '13

I'd tell their parents, and stop allowing them to use my computer.

Little Richard's mommie! Due July 12 (boy); 1 child; Seneca, South Carolina 4430 posts
30th Jan '13

Personally I would put a lock on what could be looked up, and ask the parents to have a talk with the child if that made you uncomfortable. I mean you never know some of the websites may have viruses, and that's just not cool to cause it. If they still tried looking it up I just wouldn't let them use the computer, and explain to the child, and the parent that it's not appropriate for your household, and that if he/she can't respect you then you have no choice but to say no computer. I mean that is how I would react if that happened.

melindapple 1 child; Michigan 5425 posts
30th Jan '13

I wouldn't care that a child was curious, but I wouldn't want to get a virus so I'd talk to them about it myself. I'd make it clear what types of rules there were when using my computer, since it is my property and not theirs. But yes, I'd still let them use it.

IOnlyMakeBoys (B.B.M) 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Texas 4754 posts
30th Jan '13

can you set parental controls or just not allow him to use it?

k♥[j&a] ., ., United States 1057 posts
30th Jan '13

I wouldn't let the kid on my computer anymore and would keep a close eye on him. Especially around my kids. Actually I probably wouldn't watch him anymore if my kids were gonna around him.

624582 Neilton, Washington 9312 posts
30th Jan '13

How old is the kid?



If the child is a teen I wouldn't think much of it. I'd just set up parental controls on my laptop when they were over.

Reagan's Mom ♥ Due July 16 (boy); 1 child; North Dakota 144 posts
30th Jan '13

Ummm how old are they... them just being young enough to need a sitter period imeans they are too young to even know what that stuff is. i would inform parents and if they dont care id contact social services

TheNuge 1 child; Pennsylvania 23152 posts
30th Jan '13

Wow. What a lazy parent she is.
I'd be concerned about having my own kids with hers.
I'd tell them that since they tried to hide it from me, they KNEW it was a no-no. I'd give them rules let them know that I'd monitor the history and that if they erased the history they'd lose the privilege of using the computer.
And, I'd tell them that curiosity about sex is natural, but that getting informed via Internet p**n isn't a good way to learn.

624582 Neilton, Washington 9312 posts
30th Jan '13
Quoting Reagan's Mom ♥:" Ummm how old are they... them just being young enough to need a sitter period imeans they are too young ... [snip!] ... they are too young to even know what that stuff is. i would inform parents and if they dont care id contact social services"


That is obnoxious.



If the child isn't displaying any signs of sexual abuse then I'd just chalk it up to curiosity. Way to go overboard...:roll:



I was watching Real Sex when I was 10 because I was curious.

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
30th Jan '13

I guess no one got the part that it was my friend watching our other friends kid. lol So its not my computer its my friends computer.

It was already brought up with her mother , thats when she said kids will be kids.(the little girls mother) was told, as soon as they saw what she was looking at.

But they havent set up rules about the computer at all when she is there, I know that for a fact....oh and my friend does not have any kids herself so that was not an issue.

lacTAYtor. ☮ 3 kids; North Carolina 4496 posts
30th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting TheNuge:</b>" Wow. What a lazy parent she ivzvs. I'd be concerned about having my own kids with hers. I'd tell them ... [snip!] ... And, I'd tell them that curiosity about sex is natural, but that getting informed via Internet p**n isn't a good way to learn."</blockquote>



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How old is the kid?

Reagan's Mom ♥ Due July 16 (boy); 1 child; North Dakota 144 posts
30th Jan '13

10 is a little too young to be curious about something u like that.. Uffda ay ten i was nowhere near that. people obviously arent monitering their children very well. its quite disgusting... no wonder kids are starting to have sex younger and having kids young.... sex now is something for kids all ages to explore i guess no wonder our world is the way it is.... pathetic.

624582 Neilton, Washington 9312 posts
30th Jan '13
Quoting Reagan's Mom ♥:" 10 is a little too young to be curious about something u like that.. Uffda ay ten i was nowhere near ... [snip!] ... kids young.... sex now is something for kids all ages to explore i guess no wonder our world is the way it is.... pathetic."

Where I am from we were taught sex education in the 5th grade, which would put me at 10. I surely knew about sex way before then, just not the details.

Reagan's Mom ♥ Due July 16 (boy); 1 child; North Dakota 144 posts
30th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting 624582:</b>" Where I am from we were taught sex education in the 5th grade, which would put me at 10. I surely knew about sex way before then, just not the details."</blockquote>




Oh did they teach u to google how to "eat p***y" too? Cuz apparently normal and not an issue for you.... must be where ur from.