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4 year old: "Mummy I'm hungry. I want an olive."
Mother: "OK Harold."
Posh kids sound hilarious.
Mother: 'It's alright darling, a guesthouse is just like a small hotel'.
I think this thread is mean.
My partner is teaching assistant. Kids do this. Sorry to break it to ya
what age children?
Every year group, apparently
My mum bought a snack packet thing from sainsburys when i was about 9 as a treat. I took it into school to show off how "cultured" i thought it was. Some dick threw it down the toilet and smudged a banana in my face. I think I probably deserved it.
Aye. Not right having sushi at school ffs. Either have a school dinner, or bring in a sandwich, some crisps, a Tunnock's wafer bar and some fruit. None of this faffing about.
Heard in Jesmond Dene.
kids are great.
Which was a piece of broccli on a stick. Poor child.
Not exactly posh. Just a bit weird. Good but weird.
else you can't have your broccoli bar. I'm worried that you're eating too much broccoli and not enough broccoli. You'll be turning into a broccoli next, you big fat broccoli. Broccoli.
Any other Broccoli's?
The Cubby Broccoli Cinema
some of those kids would talk down to me a lot of the time
MUMMY I WANT A PAIN AU CHOCOLAT (perfect french pronunciation)
Now it is all falling into place. This and the whisky dummy.
(not all the time)
Her mom wouldn't buy muesli.
Probably not that posh, just a bit fucking odd. Go to school full of sugarry, chocolate flavoured cereal like most kids and be happy you little weirdo.
<Train was held up a bit before leaving Wolverhampton>
*Mummy, what time was the train supposed to depart?* In a VERY posh voice. I have no idea what they were doing in Wolverhampton, or why they were sat in standard class on a train.
a posh child who was no older than 8 walked up to the bar and was like "can I have a virgin mary please?" and I gave the child a look of absolute disgust at ordering a drink so vile, however he mistook this as a look of confusion on my part and proceeded to tell me what ingredients make up a virgin mary.
At this point I was tempted to tell say I can't serve someone under 18 and he'll need to get his mum or dad but I just felt a bit depressed and made the child his drink.
what's the problem?