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Have your parents or guardians ever exaggerated one of your talents? What was the outcome of that for you?

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“Have your parents or guardians ever exaggerated one of your talents? What was the outcome of that for you?”

  1. February 23rd, 2011 at 10:13 AM      Reply tretoniokidd Says:

    yes my mom did she said that i know how to hit flips and what is true but every time she is talking about me she always says that and i got tired of her saying ”ooooo trey know how to hit flips girl!i am talking bout like this here”.


    • March 3rd, 2011 at 10:03 PM      Reply michelleshayes Says:

      I am wondering why you did not use the writing conventions that you know are the standard. When you choose not to do so, it makes it very difficult for your reader to comprehend what you are trying to say.


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