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Unsafe Things You Did As a Child

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This morning we told you a story about a man who was arrested for battery after folding his ex-girlfriend’s mother into a fold-out couch. This story reminded of us of our parents folding us “safely” into couch’s when we were children.

We were reminded of other things that our parents let us do as children that we would never allow our children to do today.

Brad Weiser’s parents allowed him to ride in the back window of the car and in the back of trucks traveling at high speeds on the freeway.

Jackie remembers getting bulls to chase her, riding motorcycles without helmets, and swimming in canals.

Comment below and tell us what you remember? Crazy kids!!

 

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