emuna1985


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sticky hands!!!

cooperin


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This is hilarious...most people are saying Whining...and then every once in a while there is a comment that sounds like a person whining! made me laugh. I will take a baby whining over an adult whining any day.

cathyk39


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As a Mom and the oldest of 5 siblings I have handled it ALL. **Rocky Theme plays**

"A meal without wine is like a day without sunshine, except that on a day without sunshine you can still get drunk."
~~ Lee Entrekin

bratib


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Whining wins

jandrews54


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we need more woots, there is not enough of them!!!! Also no WHINING.

ckeilah


quality posts: 149 Private Messages ckeilah

Whining. Good call. Or any ill manners, really... Anyone who can't handle ALL of the other things should not have children.

Also, broken web pages, like kids.woot.com, which shows KIDS instead of WINE as one of the "other" woot sites. ;-)

No whining now, just fix it, please.

Please do not increment my Quality Posts count. 69 is a good place to be. ;-)
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inkycatz


quality posts: 105 Private Messages inkycatz
ckeilah wrote:Also, broken web pages, like kids.woot.com, which shows KIDS instead of WINE as one of the "other" woot sites. ;-)

No whining now, just fix it, please.


You can still reach wine.woot via the tabs at the top of the page.

I'm just hanging out, really.

Elleay


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all of the above - for sure!

stretch137


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the gooey aftermath of a ruptured eardrum & the hair stuck in it. smelly mess

hobiekopek


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None of the above.

animalcracker


quality posts: 2 Private Messages animalcracker

Phelm...runny nose, fine. Boogers, fine but that gross hacked up stuff....no!!!

jsnarwhal


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macgyver53189 wrote:Whining.



Yes.

geekypanda13


quality posts: 4 Private Messages geekypanda13

I can't stand hypocrites that whine about whining.



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sml2727


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KIDS!

larsont7


quality posts: 1 Private Messages larsont7

...secular humanism.

You can please some of the people all of the time, all of the people some of the time, but you can never please a Wooter during a Woot-off.

thomasr


quality posts: 6 Private Messages thomasr

After having two kids I can handle ANYTHING!

jonnij


quality posts: 3 Private Messages jonnij

...children

Alidra


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charliecarroll wrote:That depends with me. If it is a playground, fair, or something else like that it is to be expected and frankly I like hearing them having great fun. BUT if it is in a quiet restaurant where my wife and I want to have a nice adult sit down meal and evening out and some other rude, selfish A-hole is allowing his/hers children to shout, scream and otherwise make noise, I HATE IT! And I hate the inconsiderate adults that allow it! BTW, this includes a baby crying. Hey bub, the rest of us got a baby sitter so we could enjoy the evening with whomever we are with and not with your crying baby! If you can't or won't get a baby sitter, go to "Chucky Cheese".



i agree with and want to add screaming, crying, etc children in movies. I expect that if i go see a animated movie or something targeting children but other stuff is not cool.

Moueska


quality posts: 54 Private Messages Moueska

Mean people.

>_>

RWoodward


quality posts: 58 Private Messages RWoodward
olperfesser wrote:When it comes to kids, time-outs solve most behavior issues. NO solves most of the rest.


Only if they're yours.