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i there would be some dead kids to bury ;)
Kids can’t colour for sh*t.
Wow an improvement! Kidding Mac people.
My kids wouldn’t have died. They would’ve just wished they had since the would’ve been grounded until they had their own kids (ok, I would have paroled them before they got too many years older).
Actually, I was lucky. My kids weren’t “helpful” like that very often.
It looks too ‘uniform’. – More like a parent want to get on How-to-Geek
It looks too ‘uniform’. – More like a parent wants to get on How-to-Geek
…probably a dead computer anyway
It’s only a G4… nothing of value was lost.
looks to me like nothing was damaged. so where is/was the problem
ill take that any day over what one of my nephews did to my sisters laptop …..
so the kid goes, gets a spoon and proceeds to pluck out / scoop out EVERY SINGLE key off the laptop!
ended up breaking something too in the process and if i recall the entire key pad part, i think, had to end up getting replaced!
There would be some dead kids and a dead lappy!
parents are always telling the kids to “put your toys away”. They should take their own advice and keep things out of reach of children. Kids do these kinds of things – it is in their nature. On the other had I can see wanting to wring their little necks anyway – its in the parent’s nature.
I think it is beautiful!
As long as it works who cares. lol.
We could learn something from this, I”m addicted to stickers and have to cover anything I come into contact with them, I even glue sea shells and beads and funny toys all over my monitor. Why are laptops and computers so boring, why don’t they come out all colourful, instead everything is so uniform.
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