What is going on with this world.

@abijan (494)
Malaysia
December 5, 2006 7:00pm CST
A friend of mine who's son is about eight years old, is forcing his son to do facial and skin care. I don't agree with him. If he has a daughter it's still seems ok with me, but to a boy ? To me his son should go and play with mud and sand not to stay at home and do all this girly thing. Don't you aggree with me ?
2 responses
@Zhanec (1653)
• Malaysia
7 Dec 06
gawd!!u serious??i nvr hear anything like that yet in my life.I mean what r the parents tyring to do??No offense,but they r teaching him to be erm..more feminine??teaching children about body care is common but...O_O facial is too much for a 8yrs.Kids should just have fun..play with muds,climb the tree,football..etc (under parental guidance)..Btw,do u friend has a daughter??
• Malaysia
8 Dec 06
yeah...i think that is the problem...they want a daughter instead they have a boy...ONLY GOD KNOWS WHY
@abijan (494)
• Malaysia
10 Dec 06
Yeah, kids should have fun, not facial. Until they are 12 they are cute, no need for a make up even for a girl. They have a daughter, she is about 6 year old, maybe. She too have to do facial, I don't mind for her daughter, as she love to do it. But for his son, I don't know what to say.
• Malaysia
7 Dec 06
Boy oh boy…. Poor boy. It is good for his mom or dad thinking about teaching him about taking care of his face but to the extend of giving him facial treatment I think it is too soon for an 8 years old boy. Well if he likes it then it should be no problem but just imaging if he was forced to do it. … We never know what kid have in mind nowadays. My baby girl of 2 years old had been keeping an eye on my make up as well. She will ask me to put some powder or lipstick on her if she saw me putting them on, especially in the morning before I go to work. If I’m not around she will just put them herself and I end up with few broken lipstick…
@abijan (494)
• Malaysia
10 Dec 06
Thats why, I don't mind if he is 20 and above, but an eight years old boy ?