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    Edward Diego wrote:
    Better than 99% of ****ing homeschoolers mate, that's for sure.


    Have met some bus sized straight edge vegans. Any diet can be bad if you donít do it right. People should be able to choose and not have a militant fan boy barking in their face for it.

    In tinder related news (not really) getting married to the girl I met 4 years ago on tinder in November.


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    Quasi ELVIS wrote:
    It's more about socialising the kids. There's nothing so wrong with NZ public education anyway.


    Unlike homeschooling, raising a kid as vegetarian isn't necessarily bad for them it's just an example of parents imposing their whack beliefs on people under their complete control. It's like forcing them to be mormons or something.
    All parents force their whack beliefs on kids. Vegetarianism seems like indoctrination but it's pretty low level in terms of fcked up beliefs you can pass to your brood.

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    Se7enSgX wrote:
    In tinder related news (not really) getting married to the girl I met 4 years ago on tinder in November.
    congrats!

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    Edward Diego wrote:
    Better than 99% of ****ing homeschoolers mate, that's for sure.
    I don't think your ex is representative of homeschooling

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    Se7enSgX wrote:
    In tinder related news (not really) getting married to the girl I met 4 years ago on tinder in November.
    Huge grats! Well done

    mintyOnion wrote:
    I don't think your ex is representative of homeschooling
    If it adds anything the 5 people I know that were homeschooled, all from different regions and families, are all pretty ****ed up now (although one is coming right lol)

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    Quite a few of my med school peers were home schooled which surprised me... I figured it was quite rare

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    What is the point of homeschooling if you aren't in a rural/remote area?

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    Subway wrote:
    What is the point of homeschooling if you aren't in a rural/remote area?
    It's a choice made by parents to have tighter control on curriculum.

    School's don't always get it right (if ever). School never worked for me, and now I'm older I tend to side with those who accuse schools of forcing students to all think the same where creativity and passion is stifled and demand is placed on exam results.

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    JC wrote:
    Hi unda
    Hey handsome!

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    trackers wrote:
    return of the unda!
    Gesellschaft wrote:
    **** undas back how swole r u now dude
    Sup lads

    Haha I've been training consistently since I left my man. 106kg, 10% ish bodyfat currently at 6'4 at least some people remember me!



    ClavulanateV2 wrote:
    It means 'here's a thinly veiled brag about my tinder success'
    Spot on! Not my fault I'm handsomererer than you!


    Quasi ELVIS wrote:
    Does "our family" mean you don't let your kids eat meat?



    What does a 'like' mean on Tinder? It sounds like a good thing.

    Just means someone swiped right on you. One of my mates had a notification come up for his 5000th like... what the ****? The dudes been on the thing for ages but good lordy. Sounds like a lot of admin tbh! I did hit the right swipe on pretty much anything and everything for a wee while to see what would happen, but then you just seem like an asshole when they have to message first on apps like bumble and you don't even reply. I've foregone Tinder for Bumble now anyway, better quality women, she has to initiate contact first which is a good thing too

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    ClavulanateV2 wrote:
    Quite a few of my med school peers were home schooled which surprised me... I figured it was quite rare
    I reckon there's a higher % in the south island eh

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    Subway wrote:
    What is the point of homeschooling if you aren't in a rural/remote area?
    Religion and social reasons too.

    Trying to keep the kids out of the big bad world. I know a lot of them and they're normal and successful for the most part. A couple of odd ones however.

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    I know some parents who shelter their kids and structure their lives too much. I get the reason they are doing it, but it's not going to do them any favours in the long run when they have to fend for themselves, and haven't learnt valuable social skills.

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    My eldest kid is 2 so he's all sweet and nice (when not in tanty mode) and it makes me quite sad to think he might be bullied etc out there in the world, but the chances of that wrecking him for life seem way less than homeschooling him would do. I can understand the aversion to letting go your ace little kids to hang out with munters and bullies though.

    If you're homeschooling them for religious reasons they're cooked anyway

    Sorry I keep forgetting this is the sleazy online **** organisation thread I'll stop now

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    Gotta prep those kids for office drone work or prison aye.

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    mintyOnion wrote:
    Gotta prep those kids for office drone work or prison aye.
    Turn it up m9

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    mintyOnion wrote:
    I don't think your ex is representative of homeschooling
    She's definitely representative of a certain type of home schooler - like the kind who homeschool because schools teach evolution and that the earth is billions of years old. I met quite a few of them.

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    Edward Diego wrote:
    She's definitely representative of a certain type of home schooler - like the kind who homeschool because schools teach evolution and that the earth is billions of years old. I met quite a few of them.
    You've probably covered this before but.. how did you suppress the rational thoughts in your head when you were married to such a turbo Christian

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    maybe he was getting it on the regular that's usually enough to make most guys lose sight of right and wrong

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    w0lfbrains wrote:
    maybe he was getting it on the regular that's usually enough to make most guys lose sight of right and wrong
    I reckon. Especially since condoms verboten.

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    Talk about off-topic. Need more Tinder-eqsue escapades

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    uNda wrote:
    I've foregone Tinder for Bumble now anyway, better quality women, she has to initiate contact first which is a good thing too
    Yep, I ditched tinder for Bumble, actually bother reading profiles and swiping on interesting people, then when they match they actually do message and it's way better tbh

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    Lol a temp locked thread? Really? Is this highschool?

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    SheepShagger556 wrote:
    Lol a temp locked thread? Really? Is this highschool?
    No, its better. Like sands through the hourglass, so is the Threads of GPOD Forums.

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