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Old 01-08-2012, 03:16 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by 5kgLifter View Post
Some parents, and I stress the word "some" because others do, don't even monitor what their kids are up to even when they're right in front of them, let alone on forums.

A couple of weeks ago, just after hubby got out of hopsital, we were at the cinema and a kid, for some unknown reason, decided he would target us throughout the entire film by deliberately walking past us so that we missed parts of the film; he didn't want to be there and was bored so we were his outlet (thankfully, that's a first for us) but due to hubby's condition rather than have a confrontation, we upped and left. He was just a little jerk trying to be a big man, basically.

I was less than impressed with the adult accompanying the kid but also know that all kids are not the same.
I'm now so hypersensitive about being disturbed at the pictures (does anyone call it that these days?), that I won't go! The scenario you describe would send me into an apoplectic rage.
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