How do I convince my 8 year old sister to remain cute?

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EphraimB
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30 Nov 2016, 9:14 pm

My 8 year old sister, who I call Cutie, used to be so so cute 5 years ago. She is still cute but the problem is that she's trying to hide it. I say to Cutie "Don't worry, Cutie! You're still cute!" and she responded back "I don't want to be cute". Other times she ignores me completely. Is there any way that I can convince Cutie to remain being cute?


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30 Nov 2016, 9:16 pm

Does she like being called Cutie by you?



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30 Nov 2016, 9:18 pm

No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.


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30 Nov 2016, 9:23 pm

EphraimB wrote:
No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.
Maybe she is getting to that age where being calld cute might be embarrassing you know.



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30 Nov 2016, 9:25 pm

Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.
Maybe she is getting to that age where being calld cute might be embarrassing you know.

I want to make Cutie change her mind. Is there any way to convince Cutie to remain cute before it's too late?


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30 Nov 2016, 9:29 pm

EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.
Maybe she is getting to that age where being calld cute might be embarrassing you know.

I want to make Cutie change her mind. Is there any way to convince Cutie to remain cute before it's too late?
No but maybe limit the times in which you say cutie to her and she might be okay with it.



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30 Nov 2016, 9:36 pm

Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.
Maybe she is getting to that age where being calld cute might be embarrassing you know.

I want to make Cutie change her mind. Is there any way to convince Cutie to remain cute before it's too late?
No but maybe limit the times in which you say cutie to her and she might be okay with it.

That won't work. I need to act fast before this "maturity syndrome" overtakes her.


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30 Nov 2016, 9:45 pm

EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.
Maybe she is getting to that age where being calld cute might be embarrassing you know.

I want to make Cutie change her mind. Is there any way to convince Cutie to remain cute before it's too late?
No but maybe limit the times in which you say cutie to her and she might be okay with it.

That won't work. I need to act fast before this "maturity syndrome" overtakes her.
Well its her choice whether she wants to be cute or not. You will just have to let it slide.

Do you know why you want her to be cute?



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30 Nov 2016, 9:54 pm

Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.
Maybe she is getting to that age where being calld cute might be embarrassing you know.

I want to make Cutie change her mind. Is there any way to convince Cutie to remain cute before it's too late?
No but maybe limit the times in which you say cutie to her and she might be okay with it.

That won't work. I need to act fast before this "maturity syndrome" overtakes her.
Well its her choice whether she wants to be cute or not. You will just have to let it slide.

Do you know why you want her to be cute?

Maturity is a disease that gets people to boss people around and strips them of their humor and even goes so far as to force immature people to act, G-D forbid, mature. As a good brother, I want to get Cutie immune to this horrible disease. Also, Cutie not being cute anymore means that it's the end of all these cute huggies and kissies permanently.


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30 Nov 2016, 10:00 pm

EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.
Maybe she is getting to that age where being calld cute might be embarrassing you know.

I want to make Cutie change her mind. Is there any way to convince Cutie to remain cute before it's too late?
No but maybe limit the times in which you say cutie to her and she might be okay with it.

That won't work. I need to act fast before this "maturity syndrome" overtakes her.
Well its her choice whether she wants to be cute or not. You will just have to let it slide.

Do you know why you want her to be cute?

Maturity is a disease that gets people to boss people around and strips them of their humor and even goes so far as to force immature people to act, G-D forbid, mature. As a good brother, I want to get Cutie immune to this horrible disease. Also, Cutie not being cute anymore means that it's the end of all these cute huggies and kissies permanently.
You will still get hugs from your sister you just have to choose your moments. She will want hugs and kisses maybe... a little less and you have to deal with that. I get hugs from my sister the key is not to piss her off.



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30 Nov 2016, 10:07 pm

Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.
Maybe she is getting to that age where being calld cute might be embarrassing you know.

I want to make Cutie change her mind. Is there any way to convince Cutie to remain cute before it's too late?
No but maybe limit the times in which you say cutie to her and she might be okay with it.

That won't work. I need to act fast before this "maturity syndrome" overtakes her.
Well its her choice whether she wants to be cute or not. You will just have to let it slide.

Do you know why you want her to be cute?

Maturity is a disease that gets people to boss people around and strips them of their humor and even goes so far as to force immature people to act, G-D forbid, mature. As a good brother, I want to get Cutie immune to this horrible disease. Also, Cutie not being cute anymore means that it's the end of all these cute huggies and kissies permanently.
You will still get hugs from your sister you just have to choose your moments. She will want hugs and kisses maybe... a little less and you have to deal with that. I get hugs from my sister the key is not to piss her off.

I mean immature cute hugs. Not regular boring mature hugs. It's sad for her that she would want to fall to such a low level to be a boring mature person. Honestly, I really feel bad for her. Is there still some way to prevent her from getting this horrible disease.


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30 Nov 2016, 10:09 pm

EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.
Maybe she is getting to that age where being calld cute might be embarrassing you know.

I want to make Cutie change her mind. Is there any way to convince Cutie to remain cute before it's too late?
No but maybe limit the times in which you say cutie to her and she might be okay with it.

That won't work. I need to act fast before this "maturity syndrome" overtakes her.
Well its her choice whether she wants to be cute or not. You will just have to let it slide.

Do you know why you want her to be cute?

Maturity is a disease that gets people to boss people around and strips them of their humor and even goes so far as to force immature people to act, G-D forbid, mature. As a good brother, I want to get Cutie immune to this horrible disease. Also, Cutie not being cute anymore means that it's the end of all these cute huggies and kissies permanently.
You will still get hugs from your sister you just have to choose your moments. She will want hugs and kisses maybe... a little less and you have to deal with that. I get hugs from my sister the key is not to piss her off.

I mean immature cute hugs. Not regular boring mature hugs. It's sad for her that she would want to fall too such a low level to be a boring mature person. Honestly, I really feel bad for her. Is there still some way to prevent her from getting this horrible disease.
The hugs I give to my sister are not mature hugs. But honestly if she wants to be mature what right do we have to intervene and say "No' you have to be cute for me. Remember maturity is only a horrible disease by your perception she might like it.

Have you any alternatives to having a cute sister. Do you have a cute pet or girlfriend you can treat in a similar way?



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30 Nov 2016, 10:13 pm

Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.
Maybe she is getting to that age where being calld cute might be embarrassing you know.

I want to make Cutie change her mind. Is there any way to convince Cutie to remain cute before it's too late?
No but maybe limit the times in which you say cutie to her and she might be okay with it.

That won't work. I need to act fast before this "maturity syndrome" overtakes her.
Well its her choice whether she wants to be cute or not. You will just have to let it slide.

Do you know why you want her to be cute?

Maturity is a disease that gets people to boss people around and strips them of their humor and even goes so far as to force immature people to act, G-D forbid, mature. As a good brother, I want to get Cutie immune to this horrible disease. Also, Cutie not being cute anymore means that it's the end of all these cute huggies and kissies permanently.
You will still get hugs from your sister you just have to choose your moments. She will want hugs and kisses maybe... a little less and you have to deal with that. I get hugs from my sister the key is not to piss her off.

I mean immature cute hugs. Not regular boring mature hugs. It's sad for her that she would want to fall too such a low level to be a boring mature person. Honestly, I really feel bad for her. Is there still some way to prevent her from getting this horrible disease.
The hugs I give to my sister are not mature hugs. But honestly if she wants to be mature what right do we have to intervene and say "No' you have to be cute for me. Remember maturity is only a horrible disease by your perception she might like it.

Have you any alternatives to having a cute sister. Do you have a cute pet or girlfriend you can treat in a similar way?

The same right those horrible mature creatures intervene and say "No. You have to be mature."


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30 Nov 2016, 10:22 pm

EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
Shahunshah wrote:
EphraimB wrote:
No. I even call her Cutie in front of her friends. I'm wondering how long Cutie can hide her cuteness for.
Maybe she is getting to that age where being calld cute might be embarrassing you know.

I want to make Cutie change her mind. Is there any way to convince Cutie to remain cute before it's too late?
No but maybe limit the times in which you say cutie to her and she might be okay with it.

That won't work. I need to act fast before this "maturity syndrome" overtakes her.
Well its her choice whether she wants to be cute or not. You will just have to let it slide.

Do you know why you want her to be cute?

Maturity is a disease that gets people to boss people around and strips them of their humor and even goes so far as to force immature people to act, G-D forbid, mature. As a good brother, I want to get Cutie immune to this horrible disease. Also, Cutie not being cute anymore means that it's the end of all these cute huggies and kissies permanently.
You will still get hugs from your sister you just have to choose your moments. She will want hugs and kisses maybe... a little less and you have to deal with that. I get hugs from my sister the key is not to piss her off.

I mean immature cute hugs. Not regular boring mature hugs. It's sad for her that she would want to fall too such a low level to be a boring mature person. Honestly, I really feel bad for her. Is there still some way to prevent her from getting this horrible disease.
The hugs I give to my sister are not mature hugs. But honestly if she wants to be mature what right do we have to intervene and say "No' you have to be cute for me. Remember maturity is only a horrible disease by your perception she might like it.

Have you any alternatives to having a cute sister. Do you have a cute pet or girlfriend you can treat in a similar way?

The same right those horrible mature creatures intervene and say "No. You have to be mature."
Well ask yourself a question, Ephraim why should you make your sister cute when it goes against her will?

If your immature don't you have a cute stuffed soft toy you can say is cute other than your sister?



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01 Dec 2016, 2:28 am

Your sister will grow up. Not all grown ups act mature all the time but she won't be able to live an even remotely normal life if she stays like a eight (or even younger like you want her to) year old forever. It'd only make her suffer because all of her peers would be too different for her to connect with and her classmates won't find a teen acting like a little child cute at all but would regard such a teen as an easy target for their bullying, school would get too serious for her soon and how should she ever be able to have a job if she kept the mentality of a little child. What you want her to be for the rest of her life would cause her a lot of suffering and it seems it's not what she wants. And you have to accept that. Your attitude towards her seems possessive but not loving at all.
And if it's just about the hugs and not her overall maturity; She might continue giving you child-like hugs or she might not but that's her choice.

Just saying that because my sister tried hard and quite aggressively to keep my little brother from growing up and it damaged their relationship. It's not him starting to be a teenager that did any harm but her trying to forbid him to develop new interests and hobbies and to change the way he behaves.