I raised all my kids in Germany and never did one of them swallow the inserts from this chocolate delight. Then again, I taught them common sense. They’ve also never shot a weapon in anger except in war, not injured an innocent person including themselves, again, they were taught to be adults with common sense. We taught safety and sense, which is severely lacking in the US that we came back to in the mid 90s up until today. I never left a dangerous weapon alone without a kidproof safety mechanism installed or completely locked away from prying eyes and little hands. Too bad we don’t have as many “responsible adults” as in days gone by. If your children aren’t the most important gifts needing your love and protection, then somewhere the priorities and belief systems have failed. some really valid points, Milady. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) 👀 ♥ * ͜ * ♥ 👀
For a while now I wanted to write a post about the issue the US seems to have re guns. Yes, I call it an issue. I was wondering for a long time what the best title for the post would be. And then I stumbled across this post and in my books it says it all. The only thing I’d like to add is the following picture:
A twisted world, isn’t it?
And yes, I know it’s not something to make jokes about, still I couldn’t resist adding this pic: