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Pooster says: "When we were younger my little brother had a tantrum which ended when he threw a fork and it stuck in my other brother's cheek for a bit." Tell us your tales of screaming kids, and adults acting like children.

(, Thu 19 Jul 2012, 12:48)
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Like most 2 year olds, my daughter was learning the standard tantrum positions quite well. The foot stomp. The exagerated frown. The tears, the hysteria and the snotty nose.

Her best move was lying on her back and kicking both legs up and down. An oldy but a goody. For maximum effect, best done in Mum & Dad's room in front of the mirrored wardrobe doors.

We lost all sympathy when we busted her pausing in mid strop, to check out her own tantrum technique in the reflection.
(, Thu 19 Jul 2012, 15:07, 1 reply)
Mine has been doing that over our shoulders when she needs consoling and having a hug. She never realised that we have two mirrors opposite each other in the room, so we were watching her try to perfect her tantrum face! It just makes us laugh!
(, Fri 20 Jul 2012, 11:28, closed)

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