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Climbing a cliff & needing to b rescued
« on: 11 May 2018, 19:39:35 »

Kids will be kids, so where was the parental control?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-44089219
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Re: Climbing a cliff & needing to b rescued
« Reply #1 on: 11 May 2018, 19:43:25 »

I can't say anything because I know what I was like when I was 13  :-X
Lets just say its a piggin miracle I even made it past 25 considering some of the shit I got upto  ;)
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Re: Climbing a cliff & needing to b rescued
« Reply #2 on: 11 May 2018, 19:50:44 »

Parental control doesn't exist these days as it's all somebody else that's at fault-how can you make a claim if you admit responsibility for your/your kids actions :D
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Re: Climbing a cliff & needing to b rescued
« Reply #3 on: 11 May 2018, 20:02:19 »

Parental control doesn't exist these days as it's all somebody else that's at fault-how can you make a claim if you admit responsibility for your/your kids actions :D



At 13, you either have common sense or you haven't and the only way you learn about life is to get out and explore and hope it doesnt kill you or anybody else  ;)
Far to old to be tied to mothers apron strings  :)


Needless to say if i'd ended up in that situation and my old man had caught me, i'd have wished i'd have fell off  ;D
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Re: Climbing a cliff & needing to b rescued
« Reply #4 on: 11 May 2018, 20:09:32 »

At least he was outside doing "something" and not sat indoors on a computer/telephone .... we all sometimes think we can do things that we actually can't .. it's called "learning" ...
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Re: Climbing a cliff & needing to b rescued
« Reply #5 on: 11 May 2018, 20:10:34 »

Parental control doesn't exist these days as it's all somebody else that's at fault-how can you make a claim if you admit responsibility for your/your kids actions :D



At 13, you either have common sense or you haven't and the only way you learn about life is to get out and explore and hope it doesnt kill you or anybody else  ;)
Far to old to be tied to mothers apron strings  :)


Needless to say if i'd ended up in that situation and my old man had caught me, i'd have wished i'd have fell off  ;D

Absolutely right :y

Didn't we all climb trees and even a set of rocks?  I did as a girl!! :o :o

So boys will be boys and long may it be so.  That is the way they learn risk.

So often on the OOF members are complaining about the so called "snowflake" generation, but guess what; children are what they have always been when they get out away from the Xboxes!

Only grumpy old men complain about the youngsters of today.  The vast majority are just that, youngsters experimenting with life! :D ;) :y
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Re: Climbing a cliff & needing to b rescued
« Reply #6 on: 11 May 2018, 20:13:30 »

Agree with all of the above posts. Kids get up to 'stuff', it's how they learn.
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Re: Climbing a cliff & needing to b rescued
« Reply #7 on: 11 May 2018, 20:27:39 »

 BBC over egging the situation as usual  " clinging on by his fingernails"  really ? I expect social services are battering the door down at this very moment  >:(
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