If Everyone Else Jumped Off a Cliff

“You’re too hard on me,” Princess said to her mother. “If sharing things with friends is so bad, then why do all their parents allow it?” Plucky pulled a chair over and motioned for her daughter to sit down. “I was your age once,” she said, “And I know things that you don’t know. When you make mistakes, they follow you around forever. Especially nowadays. You ask someone for a job and they say you’re the one who passed that trash around on the internet, and I’m not going to hire you.” Lmao never did jump off a cliff; he says it was just a bluff.

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