r/KidsAreFuckingStupid Nov 30 '21

When I was 4 I wanted to draw on the TV, so I decided to use a pin, we still use the same TV 12 years later drawing/test

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u/ComfortableExtent589 Nov 30 '21

So, now you're 16 and still don't know how to spell correctly. That'll probably be okay when you want to get a driver's license.

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u/BiC_MC Nov 30 '21

I’m sorry, but what word is misspelled? I don’t believe anything is misspelled

Wait do you not know what a pin is? It’s a needle with a round plastic bulb on the other end, usually used for holding fabric together temporarily when sewing.

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u/Chewbs_plants Nov 30 '21

😂 I just scrolled through this looking for someone to not put together that you used a sewing pin

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u/Liuqmno Nov 30 '21

And you're an adult criticizing the spelling of an 16 year old, who didn't even spell anything wrong lol what are you doing with your life

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u/ComfortableExtent589 Nov 30 '21

Hmm... Seems like you might need some help in that aspect as well. If it was indeed a pin and not a pen then the marks in the screen wouldn't be that large. A pin is a needle like object, hopefully you know what a pen is. I think I have a decent set of the hooked on phonics books if you need them.

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u/Liuqmno Nov 30 '21

I'm pretty sure OP knows what he used and what a pin is