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What makes them acceptable now we are old enough?

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Why are we cautioned not to make derogatory remarks about babies or little ones, but when it’s an adult we do so with impunity.

 

Society frowns at  describing a baby as ugly, but when two adults get in a fight, they curse out recurrently at each other and malign their physique.

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Also, some societal ills we tell children not to do indulge in like talking to strangers on the road, using swear words, collecting money or food from neighbours, taking alcohol etc. but adults do so why?

What makes them acceptable now we are old enough? Is it that once we attain a certain age, morals and restrictions don’t serve anymore?

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Amaka
Amaka
1 year ago

I think its because as adults we are take full responsibility of whatever it is we do or say and we are fully aware of whatever it is we say or do, while for the kids its because they are not fully aware of the a lot repercussions.

Mama Jay
Mama Jay
6 months ago

For starters if you call my baby ugly I will beat the hell outta u and if I can’t I will pay people to break ur face bones and make u ugly… As for adults cussing themselves always well it’s simple “ADULTS ARE MAD PEOPLE with just a few roaming while this babies are not mad yet” so can we plz allow it get to their turn cos las las e go reach everybody😂 ….

Okbye😎

Khemakol
Khemakol
6 months ago

It depends on how the curse comes out. ‘see this child’s face, mad o!’. Approach is everything

Obama
Obama
6 months ago
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Obama
Obama
6 months ago

At least now, you can take responsibility for your words and deeds.

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