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Sunday, 27 February 2011


Oh no, a computer game. We're all doomed.
A new ‘sexy party’ computer game has outraged parents with lurid adult content which they claim will encourage orgies and under-age sex.
The Nintendo Wii game We Dare has styled itself ‘sexy’ but has only been given a 12+ rating.
Many parents insist it is not suitable for a console which is popular with families and teenagers.
So? Don't let them play it then.
Parents have described the 12+ certificate as ‘appalling’ and ‘unbelievable’.
Laura Pearson, 52, from Birmingham, said: ‘I have a 13-year-old daughter and if I knew she was playing such a highly charged sexual game with boys, I would be appalled.'
So? Don't let her play it then, and tell her she can't visit friends who have got it. She does still rely on you for everything, right? Hint hint.
‘Nintendo Wii’s are family consoles popular among children and youngsters. This is totally inappropriate.’
What, Laura, and your reaction isn't when you have the simple alternative of not buying it and not letting them play it?
George Hardy, a 46-year-old father, said: ‘No wonder we have problems in society with unsafe sex and under-age sex when kids can get hold of games like this.'
At the risk of repeating myself, if you're worried about your kids then don't let them play it. You're not everybody's father, George.
‘Imagine a room of testerone-fuelled teenagers playing this, something could get out of hand. It sounds drastic but I could see it.’
So don't fucking let them play it.
Rachel Caswell, 28, who has a ten-year-old daughter Heidi, said: ‘Luckily I won’t have to worry about this for a while but to think that in just two years, my little girl could legally play this game is just unbelievable.'
Jesus Christ, do you lot want David Cameron to personally go round the shops and take every copy off the shelves, or fucking what? Are you so weak and devoid of any fucking instinct for parenting that you've incapable of handling this in any way except whining to the Mainly fucking Fail? The fucking word you need to use is 'No'. It's two letters, adjacent in the fucking alphabet, forming a single, easy to remember syllable. Stop crying to Nanny and fucking learn it.

'Kinell! Can't people fucking do anything for themselves anymore?
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