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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2011 1:39 am 
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helenwatson wrote:
But you do stay up late for a lad of your age...


I do indeed. And if my mother finds out I'm in dead trouble :*:

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The only baggage I carry is that I wasn't encouraged to get out & stand on my own two feet, mix with dodgy mates, make some silly mistakes.


Well you've more than made up for that one Matey! :*:


Absolutely :shock:

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loftyeric2 wrote:
I can speak as a former child.


in fairness we only have your word for that lofty :cyclopsani:

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Well, maybe I was going a bit far with 'former' :geek:

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I'm not a parent, but I can relate to this one...I mentor/tutor apprentices, I have them for 12 - 18 months, I get to know them quite well, they quite often tell me things they wouldn't share with their parents. I've given all sorts of advice, relationships, financial, helped them with forms they don't understand, bolster their confidence - (a lot of kids won't admit to NOT being self reliant!) But at the end of their time, I have to say goodbye and thats it...


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Well, he's gone off this morning, with instructions to wash every day especially his helmet of stinky boys surfer dude hair but I suspect that the two cans of Lynx he's stashed in his suitcase makes the whole soap thing quite unlikely...


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Wash? WHen they're away camping? Mine take wet wipes and dry shampoo....


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It's not camping otherwise you would have fresh air to take away the minging fug hanging over their six to a room boys' dorm. Think of all the hormones... x


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