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The Kids Guide On How To Stay Out Of Trouble

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This is the kids guide on how to stay out of trouble. Kids notice so many things don’t they and they often remember those incidents that got them into trouble for many years afterwards.

Even for us adults, we could learn a lot by paying heed to many of these lessons.

  • “Never smart off to a teacher whose eyes and ears are twitching.” – Andrew, Age 9
  • “Wear a hat when feeding seagulls.” – Rocky, age 9
  • “Sleep in your clothes so you’ll be dressed in the morning.” – Stephanie, age 8
  • “Don’t flush the toilet when your dad’s in the shower.” – Lamar, age 10
  • “Never ask for anything that costs more than $5 when your parents are doing taxes.” – Carrol, age 9
  • “Never bug a pregnant mom.” – Nicholas, age 11
  • “Don’t ever be too full for dessert.” – Kelly, age 10
  • “When your dad is mad and asks you, ‘Do I look stupid?’ don’t answer him.” – Heather, age 16
  • “Never tell your mom her diet’s not working.” – Michael, age 14
  • “Don’t pick on your sister when she’s holding a baseball bat.” – Joel, age 12
  • “When you get a bad grade in school, show it to your mom when she’s on the phone.” – Alyesha, age 13
  • “Never try to baptize a cat.” – Laura, age 13
  • “Never spit when on a roller coaster.” – Scott, age 11
  • “Never do pranks at a police station.” – Sam, age 10
  • “Beware of cafeteria food when it looks like it’s moving.” – Rob, age 10
  • “Never tell your little brother that you’re not going to do what your mom told you to do.” – Hank, age 12
  • “Remember you’re never too old to hold your father’s hand.” – Molly, age 11
  • “Listen to your brain. It has lots of information.” – Chelsey, age 7
  • “Stay away from prunes.” -Randy, age 9
  • “Never dare your little brother to paint the family car.” – Phillip, age 13
  • “Forget the cake, go for the icing.” – Cynthia, age 8
  • “Remember the two places you are always welcome-church and Grandma’s house.” – Joanne, age 11
  • “When you want something expensive, ask your grandparents.” – Matthew, age 12

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