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"i showed them the original and told my friend to tell tyhem she wrote it. Because when the guy cussed my friend out i forwarded it to my friend and my parents thought i did it cause it didnt say FWD; i have never cussed, texted a cuss word or wrote…"
i showed them the original and told my friend to tell tyhem she wrote it. Because when the guy cussed my friend out i forwarded it to my friend and my parents thought i did it cause it didnt say FWD; i have never cussed, texted a cuss word or wrote a cuss word. They said it was like getting caught with drugs but you saysing u didnt use them. And i can still use my laptop but i dont know the password and usually my dad is at work so he cant type it in and my mom is busy. I didnt do anything wrong. Im a good child. i just wish people would belive me
It seems like my parents are not trusting me. This kid sent me a txt cussing my friend out so i forwarded it to so she would know and she sent me back a message with cuss words in it. My parents think im the one who cussed and i have never cussed before> Then my dad put a password on MY laptop that i dont know.
i play on a soccer team. And my cat is just like me, clumsy. He runs up the steps and runs into the door jam. And he likes to think he is the boss of my 2 dogs. I guss i better enjoy the hiperniss in him cuz when he is older he wont be like that cuz he is less then a year old
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