5-Star Comments

by on September 9, 2011
  • LilyPad101 LilyPad101 says:
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    I don't think four year olds should be wearing makeup. I think the age you should be wearing proper makeup is 13. Lipgloss is enough even for eight year olds. I think kids should not wear makeup because it makes them think they are only pretty when they have makeupe on. Also fooundation or bronzer ruin your skin when you are younger because its not use to the stuff you are putting on.

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  • Barca Boy Barca Boy says:
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    WHAT A MATCH! That has to be the one of the best matches ever. The goals were even amazing. Well let get to the match. It is the 7th minute then Cudrado passed it to Dybala and then cut in side and GOOOOOOOOAAL! And its 1-0 to Juventus. It's 15 minutes later and then Pjanc crosses it in and then Dybala with the strike again and makes it 2-0. It aout 5 minutes after and then Messi makes a through ball to Iniesta and then strikes but Buffon makes a lovely save. Then it the second half and Dybala makes the cross but the defence is asleep and the Chiellini gets the header and finished it off. And it's full time. By Clic News.

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  • Wispa101 Wispa101 says:
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    I think it would be great if plastic bottles were gone. I think its a great idea but I think I would prefer a reusable bottle as if you were going to school the could pop in you school bag or in the shop they could pop very easily and if they did it would be a lot to clean up. Another thing is they probably do not hold much if you can fit them into your mouth, so if you were very thirsty you would have to buy a lot. And if you don't like the taste of the seaweed then you will have to use a bottle anyway.

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  • Barca Boy Barca Boy says:
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    I just can't wait to see both of the matches and plus the Champions League has been amazing so far. Everyone has done amazing. I loved Madrid vs Bayren, THAT WAS AMAZING. But I think the best match was Juventus vs Barcelona. I think the best now is going to be Real vs Atletico . By Clic News.

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  • Double Tap says:
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    I think that the object is a necklace.The reason why I think it is a necklace is because its got those little beed's are normally what necklace's have around them, and they look like there attached to a metal bar and the reason there attached to a metal bar is to keep them from rolling all over the place

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  • UniPug UniPug says:
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    I don't think 4 year old's should be putting on makeup . 11 , 12 ,13 and so on is a good age to start putting on makeup . It isn't dangerous but I don't think kids should be putting on makeup and they don't even need it . I think if your younger than 11 just stick to face paint for now .

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  • AmandaDeSilva AmandaDeSilva says:
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    Myself and my friend minipearl read this article and we believe girls are just as good as boys at sports and should not drop them. It affects your health if you're not active. Last year I went to a summer camp for boys and girls. The boys there cried about ten times over petty reasons and each time the coaches would say don't cry like a girl which is sexist and ridiculous because in the whole camp one girl only cried once because she was injured. So they should not have said don't cry like a girl and if anyone ever says this when we are around they are going to be sorry that they said that. People should really say don't cry like a boy and for all the girls seeing this comment don't be afraid to stand up to people who say don't cry like a girl even if they are your teaches.
    Our work is done here from......
    Minipearl and Amanda DeSilva

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  • Hannah04 Hannah04 says:
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    This is a brilliant article. Girls can absolutely play any kind of sport they like. It's not just for boys. There is always one sport that some girl will love. You just have to keep trying until you find the one and when you find that sport then you will make lots of brilliant friends. It's also fun, healthy and active.

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  • Hannah04 Hannah04 says:
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    I disagree with children, as young as 3, to wear a full face of make-up. Children don't need to wear make-up at such a young age because their skin doesn't need it. It doesn't make anyone more pretty than who they really are. I think that if the parents of the child is willing to let their child post a video online then that child should be told to be careful because then the whole world can see it and comment anything.

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  • minipearl minipearl says:
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    I and my friend Amanda DeSilva think that it is ridiculous to make, or encourage young children to believe that makeup is something you can experiment with, and making it seem to young children that you have to wear makeup to look pretty. Kids can get ALLERGIES from this stuff! Its just wrong to make them believe that this is natural and OK. Because its not! Makeup is now becoming an obsession to some people mostly and unfortunately children and tweens. We once saw a girl who was wearing so much foundation that she positively looked animated, this was a shame because if she had no makeup on she would have looked very pretty. This is an example of insecurity and belief that makeup makes you popular and pretty.
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    minipearl and Amanda DeSilva
    #Maturity before Makeup
    Fight for the cause!!!

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