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Reply #41: Good maybe he's just getting a rise out of you. [View All]

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readmoreoften Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-23-06 04:54 AM
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41. Good maybe he's just getting a rise out of you.
One time we had pinkish toilet paper and I noticed that if I wetted it against my skin, it looked like I had leprosy. So I put some bubbles on my skin and ran to my mother and said, "mom...oh...no...I have leprosy" and she completely freaked out. I loved it. I was a morbid kid.

I think that children do this to their parents to get reaffirmation on how much they are loved. If they say, "you know, I'm going to die tomorrow", the parent will show how horrified they are by the idea of their death and affirm how important they are in the world.

Glad he's okay :hi:
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