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    Oh please. You're just saying that to deny that he's slow. Your kid is fat, cross-eyed, ugly, and developmentally challenged. It's OBVIOUS. The only "crazy" thing is you being in denial. I'm sure it's deeply hurtful that you, a genetic defective, has created a defective kid. Let this be a lesson to you that queers like you shouldn't breed, even in controlled scientific environments. Shame on you for being so selfish that you bred a sub-standard specimen. And NO, libtards, I don't feel bad for telling it like it is. So fuck off.



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    Re: The Truthinator – "Libtards" hehehe, of course you're a conservative. Of course. You're like the bad guy in a movie. Your life must be really sad dude, even if you're just trolling, trolling for such a long time, every day… my God, you need to go out more. Get a life brother.

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    Translation: I don't want anyone suspecting that my grotesque creature is retarded.

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    The most massive learning curve goes until around 3 or 4. I can't remember exactly, but read that they learn 50% or even more of life knowledge in the first three years. It could be more or less, but the first three or four years is like a rocket taking off on a launch pad. When they become little talking civilized beings who dress themselves, the rocket is more gliding through life. Little kids, little problems, bigger kids, bigger problems.

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    Ha, found this: 'The most rapid phase of a child’s development occurs in their first five years of life. These early years are when the brain grows the most—85% of children’s core brain structure is developed by the age of four—providing the foundation for children’s future health, academic success, and social and emotional well-being.' -Children Now site