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  • Sister...Anyone?

    Anyone want a little sister?

    I have one going spare.

    Thirteen years old, 5ft tall, brunette, blue eyes, out going personality.

    I know it is illegal to sell her but I am willing to give her away to anyone who wants her. I'll even pay the postage!

    Requirements - loving home, need to live far away from Huddersfield, own a pair of ear plugs, be prepared as she is demanding (financially!).

    If you accept now I'll even throw in a dog too! lol
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  • #2
    No thanks Louise I'll have to pass on this one, unless you want to do a swap, your little sis and dog for my son and daughter and two cats?
    Diane
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    • #3
      Hmm depends, have you had trouble with them before? I don't mind can't be worse
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      • #4
        oh I assure you it can!!!! two cats that fight well, like cats and two children 7 and 10 who also fight like cats (and dogs) daughter of 10 who thinks she is 16 and has a temper to match (at times)

        Most of the time they are perfect angels, all four, or is that because two are outside or asleep and two are at school or asleep?????
        Diane
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        • #5
          lol!!

          You've heard of ATCs...we should start a HCSPs swop! (husband, children, siblings and pets!) lol now that would be fun and games
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          • #6
            well I already swopped the husband for a quiet life beside the seaside, beside the sea, dont think I would swap the children, dont see much of sister to worry about, but the cats, you can have them with pleasure!!!
            Diane
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            • #7
              lol, sounds like you've got it sorted!
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              • #8
                Louise what you complaining about, mine is 3 years older, I had to look after her kids, used to get a teligram "jane on train arriveing xxxxxxx pick her up" I was a single guy what do you do with a six year old!!!!!had to call on all the maternal girlfreinds to help .
                God that sounds big headed not how it was honest

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                • #9
                  Aaaaw bless!If you wanna do my shift tomorrow then i don't mind looking after her!x
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                  • #10
                    No thanks - I already have a 15yr old at home... but good luck!
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                    • #11
                      I have an 11 year old ginger boy up for offer if anyone is interested. Is attracted to anything that isn't nailed down, dislikes baked beans and can't see why turning up at home 5 hours after finishing school is a problem, apparently I should know that he's ok and will always turn up. (I was about 30 seconds away from calling in the police)
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                      • #12
                        Oh Delta, you sound like you've got your hands full!! My brother was attracted to things not nailed down (and usually other people's well hidden stuff) too and I feel your pain! Good news is that he grew out of it and when he was about 28 drove mum up the wall because he kept appoligising for his bad behaviour! He'd been burgled and he found out how it felt!

                        Louise, look on the bright side, 3 more years and she can legally leave home!

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                        • #13
                          LOL lovely offer Louise, but I think I'll pass!

                          I've got off lightly as I have a darling 14 year old (has her moments of course) but on the whole is pretty fab! I'll stick with her if that's alright
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                          • #14
                            lol a big no thank you from me as well

                            my youngest of 5 is now 16 and i can eventully see light at the end of ( a very longgg ) tunnel

                            Delta , all my boys were like that, no idea of time etc, many times we have had full scale war over one son wearing or using another sons stuff as purplemac says they do grow out of it , trouble is by the time they do youv'e grown old and defeated,lol
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                            • #15
                              I have 5 younger brothers (ranging from 7 to 34 years old) which I will happily swap for a sister - always wanted one

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