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        09-16-2009, 06:57 AM
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    I think there's nothing old fashioned with you. I also think that good manners in public places/with other people are something that everybody should adopt.

    Poor kid. I think parents' disinterest toward their children (lack of limits or whatever) will revenge itself to the child later. There are rules & codes in the world and society that you have to obey and I bet it's easier if your parents have demanded you and you've learnt some of them in your home when you were a kid. Even if I can't know what's the matter with that kid.
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        09-16-2009, 07:13 AM
    Im 23 and I have 2 daughters 7 & 3 , They get Corrected for saying " I want a drink!" instead of " Can I have a drink please?" Let alone if they spoke to me like that! The odd Naughty word pops out of their mouths occasionally....So I ask them if they can get the mustard for me lol ( hot english ) works well I hear very few naughty words now .

    Ur not old fashioned .... unless I am too lol. I think all people , children & adults should be respectful towards others.

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