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user banned (boy); 2 kids; f**king, Austria 36337 posts
Apr 7th '13
Quoting THE KATIE PRICE:" Oops little kids look so cute in their uniform"

my Aussie friend has twins, and their uniforms are adorable! Yellow and maroon with cute little hats. :D

empire state of mind New York, New York 12208 posts
Apr 7th '13
Quoting Saffy the Drunk:" She was physically attacked by a 2nd grader in her own classroom. He just ran into it and started pushing ... [snip!] ... don't share a lunch time or recess...he isn't even on the same playground. She doesn't know and he won't say anything about it."


:shock: That's so scary!

Idlehands 2 kids; Perth, Australia 6121 posts
Apr 7th '13
Quoting THE KATIE PRICE:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Idlehands:</b>" Lol Everything comes out so it fit's in the ... [snip!] ... out so it fit's in the dishwasher okay."</blockquote> But do you bend it open? They should make the lid just come iff"


I just open face down and it washes fine. I don't love it though, it can be annoying.

Moses. Due October 27; 3 kids; Texas 16003 posts
Apr 7th '13
Quoting Saffy the Dragon Slayer:" I don't agree with funding private schools with taxpayer dollars. It violates the separation of church ... [snip!] ... the voucher system when it's opened state wide. Why can't they just keep it to the problem areas like inner city Milwaukee?"


I pretty much agree with you. MOST private schools are 15k or more a year here. That's at best, 15,000 for EACH child that could have been kept in the public schools to make them better. The focus should be putting that into the public so they are to par with the private. Or at least almost as good, or shit, half as good.

snglemama 4 kids; Georgia 11978 posts
Apr 10th '13
Quoting Moses.:" I pretty much agree with you. MOST private schools are 15k or more a year here. That's at best, 15,000 ... [snip!] ... should be putting that into the public so they are to par with the private. Or at least almost as good, or shit, half as good. "


s you think parents shouldn't have any choice where their child goes to school? that public is the only choice? If I could afford it for my kids, they'd all still be in private school. They excel academically, and I'd rather them in a school that caters to them instead of one that has to make sure everyone passes.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
Apr 10th '13
Quoting snglemama:" s you think parents shouldn't have any choice where their child goes to school? that public is the ... [snip!] ... excel academically, and I'd rather them in a school that caters to them instead of one that has to make sure everyone passes."


If they want their child in a religiously affiliated school, they need to pay the tuition or rely on a grant from the school; not expect the government to pay the tuition for them. That is the problem I have with the voucher system that is being implemented here. Take funding from public schools and give it to private schools that already get a lot of money from tuition that was paid by parents? Not good.



I think open district enrollment is a great idea, personally. I'm sending my kids to a school that cares about them and the student/teacher ratio is about 13:1. There are less than 15 kids in my daughters' classes as well as the 4th grade class I help out with. The biggest class is the 30 kindergarten student class that is taught by 2 teachers.



And that's from (they were transferred out of district) a horrible school district that typically gives 1 teacher 25 to 30 students to deal with and no extra help. I pay extra in fuel and get 50% of my fuel costs refunded to me at the end of the school year.

Moses. Due October 27; 3 kids; Texas 16003 posts
Apr 11th '13
Quoting snglemama:" s you think parents shouldn't have any choice where their child goes to school? that public is the ... [snip!] ... excel academically, and I'd rather them in a school that caters to them instead of one that has to make sure everyone passes."


How did that imply I don't think private schools should exist? lol Private schools most definitely should be an option for those who can afford them. I just do not think voucher programs should be an option. Private schools already have scholarship programs, most do anyway, tax money should not go towards voucher programs, that's just my opinion. They pull money away from public schools, and those schools suffer greatly. My area, a LOT of kids are on vouchers to attend private schools. Our schools suck ass. My neighbor is able to send her kid to another school in our district that is a 9 on the greatschools rating. That area not one child is on a voucher program, their parents either send them to private and pay for it, or send them to the public school. The public school is amazing, and gets funding it needs to be that amazing school it is. If our area would pour that money into the schools, we could have more success and we could have an amazing school and those parents who choose the vouchers would no longer feel the need to, because our public school would be comparable, kwim?

♥ The Prodigy Due March 3 (boy); 33 kids; Perth, Australia 5617 posts
Apr 11th '13

sorry to jump in but anyone tell me what cool whip is?
whats it used for?
is it like cream?

⚓Misty⚓ 4 kids; Keenesburg, Colorado 7276 posts
Apr 11th '13
Quoting ♥ The Prodigy:" sorry to jump in but anyone tell me what cool whip is? whats it used for? is it like cream?"


cool whip is whipped cream. we use it for lots of things . pumpkin pie, hot cocoa, ect...
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⚓Misty⚓ 4 kids; Keenesburg, Colorado 7276 posts
Apr 11th '13

for the people in England (?) what exactly is spotted d**k, & i am talking about the food

Piecey. 4 kids; Worms, RP, Germany 68573 posts
Apr 11th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♥ The Prodigy:</b>" sorry to jump in but anyone tell me what cool whip is? whats it used for? is it like cream?"</blockquote>



It's an oil based imitation whipped cream.

user banned 2 kids; Vientiane, Lao People's Democratic Republic 17415 posts
Apr 11th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Piecey.:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ♥ The Prodigy:</b>" sorry to jump in but anyone tell me ... [snip!] ... tell me what cool whip is? whats it used for? is it like cream?"</blockquote> It's an oil based imitation whipped cream."</blockquote>




Eeeew. Why not just cream?

user banned (boy); 2 kids; f**king, Austria 36337 posts
Apr 11th '13
Quoting THE KATIE PRICE:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Piecey.:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ♥ The ... [snip!] ... like cream?"</blockquote> It's an oil based imitation whipped cream."</blockquote> Eeeew. Why not just cream?"

Idk. But, it tastes sooooooooo good. :lol:

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
Apr 11th '13

Prior to 2010, I loved Cool Whip because I'm lactose intolerant and have a sensitivity to milk. I can't eat normal whipped cream but they've since added skim milk and light cream to it. :x:x

user banned 2 kids; Vientiane, Lao People's Democratic Republic 17415 posts
Apr 11th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ℳary ℐane:</b>" Idk. But, it tastes sooooooooo good. :lol: "</blockquote>




I have canned cream but it's cream.
At some bakeries they use fake cream in cakes. It tastes like wax.