Ask me no questions

July 2, 2013

“Mum?” my twelve year old daughter whined in that special ’I want something’ way, “can I go on Facebook?” “No, you’re not old enough yet.” “But all my friends are on it,” she added, hoping that would change my mind. “Then they must have lied about their age.” Case closed.

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** this is my submission for the WordPress weekly writing challenge, where we had to discuss our views on Facebook. Click here for details of the challenge.


7 Responses to “Ask me no questions”

  1. Well it was technically a discussion, though the outcome was less satisfying for someone in the ‘discussion’ and it wasn’t Mum! (I agree with Mum too)

    • Amanda Law said

      She’s now 13 and agrees it’s not cool to lie about your age, so it the ‘discussion’ was a success, thankfully.

  2. haha!

    Aw, I remember when my Mom wouldn’t let me shave my legs and all of my friends were allowed to and I went to a Catholic school and I had to wear a skirt everyday.

    Looking back on it now, I could care less, but at the time I was so upset.

    • Amanda Law said

      It’s tough being twelve, but it’s also tough being a mum. Luckily she knew I was right(!) and would never lie about her age, especially online. Hope you get to shave your legs whenever you want these days!

      Amanda x

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