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14 Sep 2008, 1:02 am

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14 Sep 2008, 2:56 am

4 real?

I didn't know children were THAT quick in learning subjects of great obscurity at the peak of 6. Dam those raging hormones.... :?


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14 Sep 2008, 3:08 am

I'd wager one or more was abused and now they've taught it to the others and they do it like this now atleast that's what my limited knowledge on such things is that small children only seem to act that way when exposed to it somehow especially since they'd have no drive otherwise


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14 Sep 2008, 3:16 am

KingofKaboom wrote:
I'd wager one or more was abused and now they've taught it to the others and they do it like this now atleast that's what my limited knowledge on such things is that small children only seem to act that way when exposed to it somehow especially since they'd have no drive otherwise


Not necessarily so. They could have easily picked this so-called "street knowledge" up from older students a few grades above them.


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14 Sep 2008, 3:22 am

Silver_Meteor wrote:
KingofKaboom wrote:
I'd wager one or more was abused and now they've taught it to the others and they do it like this now atleast that's what my limited knowledge on such things is that small children only seem to act that way when exposed to it somehow especially since they'd have no drive otherwise


Not necessarily so. They could have easily picked this so-called "street knowledge" up from older students a few grades above them.
Yeah that's what I meant I didn't mean they were all abused but that's a possibility but the older students shouldn't expose them to such things as that is also abuse.


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14 Sep 2008, 3:38 am

Popular culture gone haywire. Had these children been post-pubescent, that'd be another thing, simple biology.
But, for pre-pubescent children to be engaging in such behaviour brings real concerns over how they develop these ideas

Let's burn hi five okay? Or how about clothing lines releasing "sexy" childrens clothing to "empower" them, or the companies manufacturing bras for six year olds?

What is wrong with people?


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14 Sep 2008, 4:03 am

KingofKaboom wrote:
Silver_Meteor wrote:
KingofKaboom wrote:
I'd wager one or more was abused and now they've taught it to the others and they do it like this now atleast that's what my limited knowledge on such things is that small children only seem to act that way when exposed to it somehow especially since they'd have no drive otherwise


Not necessarily so. They could have easily picked this so-called "street knowledge" up from older students a few grades above them.
Yeah that's what I meant I didn't mean they were all abused but that's a possibility but the older students shouldn't expose them to such things as that is also abuse.


That's possible, but some kids are just naturally promiscuous. A friend who worked in a day care said that he caught two year olds going at it several times.



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14 Sep 2008, 4:18 am

Ishmael wrote:
Popular culture gone haywire. Had these children been post-pubescent, that'd be another thing, simple biology.
But, for pre-pubescent children to be engaging in such behaviour brings real concerns over how they develop these ideas

Let's burn hi five okay? Or how about clothing lines releasing "sexy" childrens clothing to "empower" them, or the companies manufacturing bras for six year olds?

What is wrong with people?


I regularly see six and seven year old girls walking around town in tight sweatpants with slogans like 'sexy' and 'porn star' written across their ass... twelve and thirteen year olds regularly engage in sexual activity, stuff that was considered extreme when I reached adulthood, like anal sex and group sex, and i'm told that the blowjob has replaced the first kiss as the preferred courtship ritual... all the girls are openly bisexual...

I've discussed this with a few parents of teenagers and twenty-somethings, and the general consensus is that hormones in the meat cause the children to develop sooner, while internet porn introduces them to all manner of sexual deviance... children are excellent mimics, and will copy virtually any behavior they are exposed to...



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14 Sep 2008, 5:53 am

Thank God I'm in India. We didn't even start sitting next to girls until the 10th grade, in class.

Of course, things are changing. When I was in school, nobody was involved in a relationship. Of late, the same school, from which I graduated just a little over 3 years ago, has reported that 20-30% of high school students are in a relationship. I guess we're just a decade away from becoming completely westernised. :(



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14 Sep 2008, 6:40 am

All I can say is this is scary and dangerous.


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14 Sep 2008, 7:27 am

Ishmael wrote:
Popular culture gone haywire. Had these children been post-pubescent, that'd be another thing, simple biology.
But, for pre-pubescent children to be engaging in such behaviour brings real concerns over how they develop these ideas

Let's burn hi five okay? Or how about clothing lines releasing "sexy" childrens clothing to "empower" them, or the companies manufacturing bras for six year olds?

What is wrong with people?


They're Australians.



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14 Sep 2008, 9:33 am

slowmutant, either shut up or an SAS soldier will kill you before you even know he's there.


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14 Sep 2008, 9:39 am

Isn't it SASR in Australia?



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14 Sep 2008, 9:41 am

Khan_Sama wrote:
Isn't it SASR in Australia?


Special Air Services is British, I think.



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14 Sep 2008, 10:01 am

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Khan_Sama wrote:
Isn't it SASR in Australia?


Special Air Services is British, I think.


It is officially SASR, but almost nobody calls it that anymore.
British SAS are 2nd best, U.S. Marines 3rd.


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