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Superglue their butts to those chairs

by jl333 on March 8, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


This was inspired by MO_Thoughts2 memoir about unruly children running around in a restaurant. I will not tolerate rude behavior from a child, and I often use the phrase to the child who can't sit their rear end down on the chair to 'superglue your butt to the chair'. If I have to resort to that phrase, the kids know they are in trouble

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