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user banned Logan, Utah 3594 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting Carissa Biron:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Preggo ✖ Status:</b>" And as for having sex and blowing ... [snip!] ... looking at how little they are and how much growing up they have to do and the drugs.and.sex they indulge in is just... wrong"


Yes, although I am the same family generation as my 6 year old brother I am most certainly not the same social generation of my 4 year old son lol

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
Apr 19th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Preggo ✖ Status:</b>" Actually, I did look up the definition of generation, there are many definitions. Not all apply to ... [snip!] ... your "tone" ? Serious question because this isn't the first time I've felt like I've had negative confrontation with you."</blockquote>



A generation is defined by when you were born not how you acted.



And as to the last question, I still can't believe you aren't over that. You were the one that went all psychotic PMing people left and right and dragging others into something they didn't need to be dragged into.



I guess it is back on ignore for you. Quit stirring drama where there isn't.

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
Apr 19th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Preggo ✖ Status:</b>" And as for having sex and blowing each other at 13, from having younger cousins that I have told me ... [snip!] ... generation as her 50 year old sister. Social generation, no I do not think I am the same generation as my 6 year old brother."</blockquote>




And I had a girl in my class get pregnant in the seventh grade. She was in the same generation as you so that blows that logic out of the window.

user banned Logan, Utah 3594 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting Back to Noob Status:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Preggo ✖ Status:</b>" Actually, I did look up the definition ... [snip!] ... something they didn't need to be dragged into. I guess it is back on ignore for you. Quit stirring drama where there isn't."


:roll: .....really. okay. Once again I ask you a simple question and you jump off the deep end so okay, put me on ignore, that's fine. Its not like you ever actually answer me when I directly ask you what your problem is anyways. Seems to be drama comes with you. But I guess its okay to rant and rave rudely and god forbid somebody ask you why. They must be so dramatic for being curious and trying to resolve something,

Rafael's Mommy ♥ Texas 764 posts
Apr 19th '13

I really don't think middle school bathroom blowjobs are as common as everyone seems to think.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting Rafael's Mommy ♥:" I really don't think middle school bathroom blowjobs are as common as everyone seems to think."

I don't either.



I don't doubt that middle schoolers are having oral sex but as far as doing it in a school bathroom? Nah.

user banned Logan, Utah 3594 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting Saffy the Dragon Slayer:" I don't either. I don't doubt that middle schoolers are having oral sex but as far as doing it in a school bathroom? Nah."


....it was more about them having oral sex then the location.....

Rafael's Mommy ♥ Texas 764 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting Saffy the Dragon Slayer:" I don't either. I don't doubt that middle schoolers are having oral sex but as far as doing it in a school bathroom? Nah."


Seriously. School bathrooms are disgusting :lol:

Rafael's Mommy ♥ Texas 764 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting Preggo ✖ Status:" ....it was more about them having oral sex then the location....."


I was just saying, lol, every time I see people talk about this topic all I hear about is "oh gawd 12 year olds are suckin d**k in the bathroom" :lol:

user banned Logan, Utah 3594 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting Rafael's Mommy ♥:" I was just saying, lol, every time I see people talk about this topic all I hear about is "oh gawd 12 year olds are suckin d**k in the bathroom" :lol:"


lol I only used the bathroom scenario because its what popped into my head first since I had a friend whose youngest sister was expelled for it.....

Destinite 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Paradise, FL, United States 34631 posts
Apr 19th '13

I think the problem with the current generation is that they have too much freedom and not enough supervision. I honestly don't think these parents really care TBH.
They have their little iPhones and Facebook and twitter and have free range to say whatever and do whatever they want with no real repercussions. These kids are not working for what they want or have, it is handed to them. They feel entitled and they're lazy.

_______Nope_________ 23772 posts
Apr 19th '13

I will say that every complaint (just about) that I am hearing seems like the same ones that I heard from my Grandparents. I'm sure it's the same that they heard from their parents.



I remember being a kid and playing outside ALL day with no supervision. We got to run around, walk places, all sorts of stuff. Now it seems kids can't EVER be out of your sight. If anything a lot of parents seem MORE hands on now.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting she nan igans:" I will say that every complaint (just about) that I am hearing seems like the same ones that I heard ... [snip!] ... all sorts of stuff. Now it seems kids can't EVER be out of your sight. If anything a lot of parents seem MORE hands on now. "

2 extremes. Either they're helicopter parenting or they just don't care. It's hard to find parents who are right in the middle. That's where I strive to be with my girls.

Destinite 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Paradise, FL, United States 34631 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting Saffy the Dragon Slayer:" 2 extremes. Either they're helicopter parenting or they just don't care. It's hard to find parents who are right in the middle. That's where I strive to be with my girls. "


I agree

user banned Logan, Utah 3594 posts
Apr 19th '13
Quoting she nan igans:" I will say that every complaint (just about) that I am hearing seems like the same ones that I heard ... [snip!] ... all sorts of stuff. Now it seems kids can't EVER be out of your sight. If anything a lot of parents seem MORE hands on now. "


I think that depends on where you live too, our old state you never ever saw children outside without an adult unless they were over say...like 12... Now where we live the area is a lot more relaxed... not long ago I saw a child that had to be under 12 (more like maybe 5?) pushing a 1 or 2 year old child in an umbrella stroller around our block without a parent... I know this because I was being a creeper in the window going "OMG where are the parents! I would be freaking out" My husband thought it was nice, I thought it was careless and that their parents are crazy.