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An article was written to tell people this? Seriously??
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its good children are taught to say please and thank you but when some kids grow into teenagers the lesson of please and thank you is out the window but this only applys to a handful teenagers are generally lovely
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I am thankfull for my mom teaching me all this stuff, I can be heck of a gentleman when I want to. However it was sadly not the case for my dad, he broke the good parts, I learn all about thanking, being sorry, ect; my dad once made this rule-like when me and my brother were having trouble against each others: He told us to both be sorry, not just one of us. Then many years later, I get troubles with my dad, I said sorry but he didnt, I even reminded him of what he said before. Since that day, I still remember how awfull it is to not be forgiving or polite, and how important it is to be sorry and thankfull. But something like my dad did, hurting me directly and doing like its nothing. It is unforgivable no mather what. So please, do teach them the right thing and dont be like my dad.
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