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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    AGF, straight to the point, what is your problem lately? You never used to behave and post in such a blatently aggresive manner all the time. You were a lovely member to converse with with great things to say IMO.
    But, I can hardly read a post of yours lately that's not full of intense anger and hatred aimed at someone or other.

    Can you sort it out, cause it's really starting to affect ppl here.
    I'm just sick of being the nice guy & getting treated like **** in return.

    Nothing is wrong with me other than i freaken sick of the back stabbing 2 faced teens around here with all their bullsh*t useless posts etc (ask a stupid ? & get a stupid answer back.

    & i'm just living up to my reputation as being "trouble maker" as some around here have described me.

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    *Emo's. Don't think I need to go any further into how annoying they are.

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    My kids love coming shopping with me. Out of the older two one pushes the trolley and one has the list. The one with the list instructs the two younger what to get off the shelves. At the end the older two get it all out of the trolley onto the belt and the younger two read the books that I bought along for them while they are sitting in the aisle of the check out in between me at one end and the older two at the other. The only reasons I am even there is to get the items that are too high and to pay at the end!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    *Emo's. Don't think I need to go any further into how annoying they are.
    I don't even know what an Emo is??? A character from Sesame Street or Muppet Show?

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    Emo= Emotional.
    I don't think anyone knows exactly what they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    True. Lol.
    My eldest had a real hum-dinger tantrum once right in the middle of a shopping mall, at the entrance to Coles supermarket. he was 2 years old or so, and didn't want to go shopping. Tought titties for him, because I needed to go shopping!
    So down her goes onto the floor, kicking, punching, screaming, balling, snot running everywhere, even on the floor. It was disgusting!
    So many ppl passing by tutted and carried on and shook their heads at me, because I just sat there in silence on the benchseat and totally ignored him.
    I had told him, you can carry on till doomsday, son, but we ARE going shopping when you finish.

    I sat for almost a friggin hour in total mortification, but refused to give in.
    Nearly an hour later, he looks up, knows he won't beat me, wiped his nose on his sleeve, stood up, grabbed my hand and in total silence proceeded to go into the supermarket.
    Although this episode shook me greatly because of all the ppl who failed to understand my motives, the best part of it was when a little old pensioner lady came up, tapped me on the back and quietly said 'well done dear."

    My son has behaved impecably in a supermarket ever since.
    Well done DA I had a very similar incident recently with my 4 year old, except it was at the public swimming pool AND he was naked at the time. I was totally exhausted by the end of it but I stuck my ground and someone actually told me I 'was an inspiration to them'. I have to say I'd done ok till then but their words made me crumble a little and i admit i did have a little sob. Sometimes motherhood is so overwhelming. About 5 minutes later my little man was singing along to songs in the car on the way home, and I was an absolute wreck. Kids eh?

    Oh and teenagers, I have 2 of those as well My eldest is 17 now and we have gone through a very rough 2 years with him. Too long a story for here but it involves dropping out of school, refusing to get out of bed,anti depressants, threats of suicide,psychologists, pshychiatrists, the works. We are, hopefully, coming out of the other side now. I am VERY happy to say he now has a job at Woolworths, which might not sound like much to some, but it is such fantastic progress for him. Fingers crossed for the future.
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    AF, give me some examples of when you have been treated like ****, cause I don't believe it.
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    The emo is an fascinating specimen, rarely understood and loners, they are renowned for the grease dripping from their over painted faces, dyed black hair, and unsavory use of four letter words. The emo is distinctive from other breeds of teenagers, as no one really knows what the hell their problem is. Nobody's life is as hard as the emo, and no one can write a more bad ass faux punk rip off. The emo avoids the sunlight because their over dilated pupils cannot take the light shining from the sky.

    The emo is territorial, commonly found skulking in the dark, crying in the bathroom or walking around Melbourne glaring at you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    The emo is an fascinating specimen, rarely understood and loners, they are renowned for the grease dripping from their over painted faces, dyed black hair, and unsavory use of four letter words. The emo is distinctive from other breeds of teenagers, as no one really knows what the hell their problem is. Nobody's life is as hard as the emo, and no one can write a more bad ass faux punk rip off. The emo avoids the sunlight because their over dilated pupils cannot take the light shining from the sky.

    The emo is territorial, commonly found skulking in the dark, crying in the bathroom or walking around Melbourne glaring at you.
    They also own only black clothes and have an over fondness of eyeliner, especially the boys. As DGP said, they are the most hard done by people in the whole world *because no one understands them*

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    They also conform to not conforming..

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