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Christening a child of seperated parents

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25 Jul 12 #345418 by Reddit
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And, let''s face it, it is perhaps a social occasion rather than a binding contract. One does not have to apply to the court to abrogate a baptism. It is reversible as opposed to more extreme religious inductions which are currently getting German speaking regions exercised.
Singledad is vehemently against it on the grounds that it determines a child''s future. I say it does not. Frankly, there are worse things that could happen.
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25 Jul 12 #345425 by khan72
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I hope my little girl will thank me for getting her mullet removed. I would hate for my parents to take pictures of me with a mullet and keep them. Its so wrong on so many levels....
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25 Jul 12 #345426 by Reddit
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In 20 yrs they could (whatever deity you subscribe to help us) be fashionable once more.
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25 Jul 12 #345427 by khan72
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I think that I would be upholding section 1 of the children act 1989 by ensuring my daughter does not have a mullet. I believe a mullet can be detrimental to any childs welfare.
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25 Jul 12 #345428 by Reddit
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She may not thank you for depriving her of having cool photos in the future. Not having the means to produce a mullet even if I wanted to, I am offended by your prejudice :lol:
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25 Jul 12 #345431 by khan72
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I believe that making a child grow up with a mullet is a breach of human rights. Mullets can cause severe emotional harm and borders upon "abuse".
Secondly, it is a breach of my human rights to a family life. Causing me to be seen with a child in possession of a mullet would hinder any bond being formed.

Mullets affect relationships in a negative manner.... thats a fact.
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26 Jul 12 #345514 by rubytuesday
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I think this thread has now run it''s course - it''s been a rather lively, interesting debate and thank you to everyone who has contributed but I think given how far off-topic this has now gone, and that the OP''s question has been answered, it''s time to lock the thread.
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