A surprising amount of time went into this low-effort post.
children are not property. they are people.
Children deserve to be children. Children are not the property of their parents who can use and exploit them for their own gain. They are CHILDREN and they will spend the rest of their lives hurting because you stole that from them. Ask me how I know.
see how we are
Jonathan Frakes is the best dad I never got to have.
ask me how i know
This is a thing that comes up frequently. Someone wonders why Picard put Wesley, who was a teenager, at the helm of the Enterprise. Surely, the argument goes, there are more qualified, experienced, adults on board who deserve the spot....
buy the ticket, take your turn
It's another one of those round up posts, like in the Before Times!
9 thoughts on “up and at them”
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I loved my Spirograph set as a child for its artistic capabilities. My father, an atomic engineer, who had an enormous knack for math, tried to explain the science behind it. At the time, I was eight years old, and simply wanted to draw really awesome images on things.
You can shitpost with Simpsons every single day and I’m here for it.
Well done, sir
I still have a Spirograph – the cat loves watching it go round and round. 🙂
Merry Christmas Wil. And may the next year be a better one for you!
As an only child I really appreciated the gift of Spirograph.
My parents wouldn’t get me a Spirograph. They said I’d get bored quickly and, besides, there was nothing creative about sticking your pencil in a hole and following it around. I never forgave them 😉
I bought a pretty-complete Spirograph for my kid at a garage sale a few years ago… I’ll make them use it this week. To prevent low level shitposting.
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