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The advice thread.....

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hopefully this thread will stay focused on honest help.

 

Please keep in mind that the kid IS a kid 16 is young and let's not beat him up too bad.

 

 

Fat Panther,

mistake #1.

the thread title sucked.....

don't walk into a tavern asking for hugs.

nothing good will come of it.

 

Go with "I am so pissed off"

 

or "B***** really screwed me over"

 

or something like that.

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Dear Abby,

 

I went to my "Friends" and asked their advice. All they did was ridicule me.

What should I do?

 

Regards,

 

Skinny Cat

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View PostThis is not the way it's done here Fail-Frank and you know it..

 

 

dude, I did this to John'O and lost a friend.

 

the kid is 16.... bust his balls,

but at some point make sure he knows it's done with love.heart.gif

 

16 is too young to take a barrage of stooopid.

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16 is too young to take a barrage of stooopid.

 

 

The profit was a commercial fisherman on a research vessel when he was 12.

 

He worked the winch thing on the back.wink.gif

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Thoughts of that young lass who offed herself over facebook beatings comes to mind.

An adult's mind can be fragile, a teen's is a web of spider cracks waiting to explode into pieces.

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This is worse than you and your serial breakups! Did you ever get married? We got a 16 y/o who had his dick stomped on by some teenybopper, it hurt and he wanders into the tavern, of all places, looking for a shoulder to cry on. He got the shoulder, some good advice and a healthy dose of as whomping. Now his feelings are hurt.!!!!!!!!! **** me, if my son acted like this, I'd ***** slap him

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