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    B*TCHES DONT KNOW ABOUT MY FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nijntje View Post
    B*TCHES DONT KNOW ABOUT MY FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS!

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    And humanity sinks to a new low.

    There is hope for my soul yet being that I am actually mildly surprised. What is wrong with me!? I'm losing my carefully crafted layer of cynicism!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    We've reached the tipping point. There are now officially more people who want to protest than things to protest about.

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    If my child/kid throws up, I'mma make sure they f*cking clean it.


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    Certainly not. That little bastard had better hold it in until he/she gets to the bathroom. Or somewhere else I don't have to clean.

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    I wonder what the penalty would be if this became law, because not too much would be worse than cleaning up someone else's vomit in my mind, the penalty would probably be worth it.

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    What if one kid blames the other of throwing up? If you really want to go to the bottom with this you need DNA testing before cleaning can commence. I guess that you can skip a bunch of lab fees if you can properly scoop the puke up and measure it in two equally sized puddles only to pour it out again and then make them clean one each. The only hole in that one is the question of who will do the scooping, the parent or one of the children.

    But, this also opens up the possibility of revenge puking, one kid establish a waterproof alibi while secretly vomiting in his/her's siblings bed and then glare at the other child while he's forced to scrub those sheets.

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    Well, I sure as hell wouldn't clean it up.

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    If my young child is sick and pukes, I am going to clean it up. But it doesn't need to be illegal for a kid to clean up his or her own puke! What if the kid is older and is home alone? I mean, as an adult, you have to clean up your own vomit when you're sick. Gotta learn sometime!
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    I want to make it illegal for kids to vomit. Much more efficient.

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