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"rude' to ask the parents of a kid ona leash if it was a rescue.
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    • As an adult who survived spending part of my childhood on a leash I think the comment is hilarious. So many people these days take things too seriously. By the way, I've seen the pictures but don't remember the leash. Evidently it worked, I'm still here and I'm over 40.
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    • My son had severe ADHD & no impulse control whatsoever. I used a safety harness when shopping and for riding the Metro in D.C. He's 33, still alive and doesn't remember the harness. Go ridicule parents who forget their kids in hot cars.
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    • Sweet oh I will remember that and I will use it
      Yankster 18 oct
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    • Better safe than sorry... Some parents need to do this because they suck at parenting and can't be bothered to watch their own child.
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    • I don't have kids. So to me this is hysterical.
      jamie6887 23 oct
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    • Did u ask where they rescued the kid from?
      rmcc 20 oct
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    • The one time I ever saw those back pack leashes used for good idea. 1 mother shopping with what appeared to be 2 sets of multiples. All under the age of 3😬😳😳
      BrandyAbt 19 oct
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    • When my siblings and myself were little my mom used a basket for the youngest and were held onto the basket. If we let go we would immediately get a stern warning to hold onto the basket. It worked. I will be 65 0next year my oldest sibling will be 68 and youngest will be 62
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    • Honestly my mom would purposely let me get lost then I would have to be scared and crying as I go to the front of the store and ask them to call for her over the speaker system.... I eventually learned my lesson and stayed by her side... either it was her teaching me or hoping I got abducted 😆😆😆?
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    • Of course, that's rude. Not funny. 😒
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    • OMGI cannot stop laughing
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    • Ya gotta train em or they'll be hoodlums! Lol.
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    • Lmao. Nice one
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    • That's TOO funny. Putting kids on leashes has got to psychologically affect them
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    • BWAHAHAHA
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    • Don’t judge! Here’s a small part of the story!!!
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    • My 34 yr old son with add & learning disabilities. yes he did “mind” but at 3 that add would kick in & there was no impulse control!!! And he was faster than his mama keeping a hand on his 5 yr old sister! Didn’t use it all the time, just in crowded situations that set off off the sensory defenses!
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