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Cling-y Little kids 1 year 3 months ago #104996

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As you guys already know, I'm a teenager. A teenager with deteriorating social skills (you may not have know that). I'm trying to make friends with other teenagers. But many times when there's an activity where I might have a chance to do so, my little kid friends pop up and I'm stuck hanging out with them. Dude, they cling so tightly, though! I'm stuck talking and playing the same things I always talk and play when I'm with them, and I see those kids almost every day! Thus, since I have to hang out with them, I can't go up to a teenager and say, "Hi, I'm sci_geeek. How is your day going?" or any of that. What do I do?
Help!
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P.S. Also remember that I don't go to school, so I can't just hang out with classmates or any of that.
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sci_geeek wrote:
As you guys already know, I'm a teenager. A teenager with deteriorating social skills (you may not have know that). I'm trying to make friends with other teenagers. But many times when there's an activity where I might have a chance to do so, my little kid friends pop up and I'm stuck hanging out with them. Dude, they cling so tightly, though! I'm stuck talking and playing the same things I always talk and play when I'm with them, and I see those kids almost every day! Thus, since I have to hang out with them, I can't go up to a teenager and say, "Hi, I'm sci_geeek. How is your day going?" or any of that. What do I do?
Help!
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P.S. Also remember that I don't go to school, so I can't just hang out with classmates or any of that.
Make more teenager friends and try to act busy with them so they don't bother you? Just an idea.


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Depends on how old you and the little kids are.
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Sometimes "clingy" little kids aren't really clingy. They could actually be looking up to you; but remember, it depends on the age of your kid friends. Kids under the age of 7 tend to idolize someone they're attached to. However, kids 7-9 are more likely to be annoying. And the ones that are 10+, just want a friend. It also depends on their mindsets. How do they think? What do they do often? How do they talk? How do they play with their toys? Say, for instance, you have a child that's messy and has the attention span of a squirrel. Chances are that he's really annoying and clingy. But if there's one that asks you serious questions (not the annoying math questions that kids give like, 4×2=?) and listens to the answers, that means he's like attached to you.
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Sometimes "clingy" little kids aren't really clingy. They could actually be looking up to you; but remember, it depends on the age of your kid friends. Kids under the age of 7 tend to idolize someone they're attached to. However, kids 7-9 are more likely to be annoying. And the ones that are 10+, just want a friend. It also depends on their mindsets. How do they think? What do they do often? How do they talk? How do they play with their toys? Say, for instance, you have a child that's messy and has the attention span of a squirrel. Chances are that he's really annoying and clingy. But if there's one that asks you serious questions (not the annoying math questions that kids give like, 4×2=?) and listens to the answers, that means he's like attached to you.
If you're saying it like squirrels are dumb they are not they can know where they are going to land when they jump in less than a second.


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Sometimes "clingy" little kids aren't really clingy. They could actually be looking up to you; but remember, it depends on the age of your kid friends. Kids under the age of 7 tend to idolize someone they're attached to. However, kids 7-9 are more likely to be annoying. And the ones that are 10+, just want a friend. It also depends on their mindsets. How do they think? What do they do often? How do they talk? How do they play with their toys? Say, for instance, you have a child that's messy and has the attention span of a squirrel. Chances are that he's really annoying and clingy. But if there's one that asks you serious questions (not the annoying math questions that kids give like, 4×2=?) and listens to the answers, that means he's like attached to you.
If you're saying it like squirrels are dumb they are not they can know where they are going to land when they jump in less than a second.
Okay, squirrels aren't dumb. I mean they get distracted easily.
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jodiaz wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
As you guys already know, I'm a teenager. A teenager with deteriorating social skills (you may not have know that). I'm trying to make friends with other teenagers. But many times when there's an activity where I might have a chance to do so, my little kid friends pop up and I'm stuck hanging out with them. Dude, they cling so tightly, though! I'm stuck talking and playing the same things I always talk and play when I'm with them, and I see those kids almost every day! Thus, since I have to hang out with them, I can't go up to a teenager and say, "Hi, I'm sci_geeek. How is your day going?" or any of that. What do I do?
Help!
-- sci_geeek
P.S. Also remember that I don't go to school, so I can't just hang out with classmates or any of that.
Make more teenager friends and try to act busy with them so they don't bother you? Just an idea.
Yeah, no.
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
Sometimes "clingy" little kids aren't really clingy. They could actually be looking up to you; but remember, it depends on the age of your kid friends. Kids under the age of 7 tend to idolize someone they're attached to. However, kids 7-9 are more likely to be annoying. And the ones that are 10+, just want a friend. It also depends on their mindsets. How do they think? What do they do often? How do they talk? How do they play with their toys? Say, for instance, you have a child that's messy and has the attention span of a squirrel. Chances are that he's really annoying and clingy. But if there's one that asks you serious questions (not the annoying math questions that kids give like, 4×2=?) and listens to the answers, that means he's like attached to you.
If you're saying it like squirrels are dumb they are not they can know where they are going to land when they jump in less than a second.
Okay, squirrels aren't dumb. I mean they get distracted easily.
Mmm.. it depends.


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jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
Sometimes "clingy" little kids aren't really clingy. They could actually be looking up to you; but remember, it depends on the age of your kid friends. Kids under the age of 7 tend to idolize someone they're attached to. However, kids 7-9 are more likely to be annoying. And the ones that are 10+, just want a friend. It also depends on their mindsets. How do they think? What do they do often? How do they talk? How do they play with their toys? Say, for instance, you have a child that's messy and has the attention span of a squirrel. Chances are that he's really annoying and clingy. But if there's one that asks you serious questions (not the annoying math questions that kids give like, 4×2=?) and listens to the answers, that means he's like attached to you.
If you're saying it like squirrels are dumb they are not they can know where they are going to land when they jump in less than a second.
Okay, squirrels aren't dumb. I mean they get distracted easily.
Mmm.. it depends.
The kids. They get distracted.
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
Sometimes "clingy" little kids aren't really clingy. They could actually be looking up to you; but remember, it depends on the age of your kid friends. Kids under the age of 7 tend to idolize someone they're attached to. However, kids 7-9 are more likely to be annoying. And the ones that are 10+, just want a friend. It also depends on their mindsets. How do they think? What do they do often? How do they talk? How do they play with their toys? Say, for instance, you have a child that's messy and has the attention span of a squirrel. Chances are that he's really annoying and clingy. But if there's one that asks you serious questions (not the annoying math questions that kids give like, 4×2=?) and listens to the answers, that means he's like attached to you.
If you're saying it like squirrels are dumb they are not they can know where they are going to land when they jump in less than a second.
Okay, squirrels aren't dumb. I mean they get distracted easily.
Mmm.. it depends.
The kids. They get distracted.
Sometimes.


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jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
Sometimes "clingy" little kids aren't really clingy. They could actually be looking up to you; but remember, it depends on the age of your kid friends. Kids under the age of 7 tend to idolize someone they're attached to. However, kids 7-9 are more likely to be annoying. And the ones that are 10+, just want a friend. It also depends on their mindsets. How do they think? What do they do often? How do they talk? How do they play with their toys? Say, for instance, you have a child that's messy and has the attention span of a squirrel. Chances are that he's really annoying and clingy. But if there's one that asks you serious questions (not the annoying math questions that kids give like, 4×2=?) and listens to the answers, that means he's like attached to you.
If you're saying it like squirrels are dumb they are not they can know where they are going to land when they jump in less than a second.
Okay, squirrels aren't dumb. I mean they get distracted easily.
Mmm.. it depends.
The kids. They get distracted.
Sometimes.
My point. Exactly.
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jodiaz wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
As you guys already know, I'm a teenager. A teenager with deteriorating social skills (you may not have know that). I'm trying to make friends with other teenagers. But many times when there's an activity where I might have a chance to do so, my little kid friends pop up and I'm stuck hanging out with them. Dude, they cling so tightly, though! I'm stuck talking and playing the same things I always talk and play when I'm with them, and I see those kids almost every day! Thus, since I have to hang out with them, I can't go up to a teenager and say, "Hi, I'm sci_geeek. How is your day going?" or any of that. What do I do?
Help!
-- sci_geeek
P.S. Also remember that I don't go to school, so I can't just hang out with classmates or any of that.
Make more teenager friends and try to act busy with them so they don't bother you? Just an idea.
Actually, making teenager friends is not an ideal thing. Do you live in an urban area? Or suburban?
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Thanks for the tips, guys... but I don't think I have to worry anymore about this. I start school on Monday and will be toooo busy to hang out with them anyway. Yay!!!!
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Thanks for the tips, guys... but I don't think I have to worry anymore about this. I start school on Monday and will be toooo busy to hang out with them anyway. Yay!!!!
Heh. Problem solved.
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jodiaz wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
As you guys already know, I'm a teenager. A teenager with deteriorating social skills (you may not have know that). I'm trying to make friends with other teenagers. But many times when there's an activity where I might have a chance to do so, my little kid friends pop up and I'm stuck hanging out with them. Dude, they cling so tightly, though! I'm stuck talking and playing the same things I always talk and play when I'm with them, and I see those kids almost every day! Thus, since I have to hang out with them, I can't go up to a teenager and say, "Hi, I'm sci_geeek. How is your day going?" or any of that. What do I do?
Help!
-- sci_geeek
P.S. Also remember that I don't go to school, so I can't just hang out with classmates or any of that.
Make more teenager friends and try to act busy with them so they don't bother you? Just an idea.
Whoaaa! That doesn't work. We share the problem. The older ones look depressed, the middle ones whine some extra, and the little ones pull your arms so hard, they get dislocated.
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KristytheCorgi wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
As you guys already know, I'm a teenager. A teenager with deteriorating social skills (you may not have know that). I'm trying to make friends with other teenagers. But many times when there's an activity where I might have a chance to do so, my little kid friends pop up and I'm stuck hanging out with them. Dude, they cling so tightly, though! I'm stuck talking and playing the same things I always talk and play when I'm with them, and I see those kids almost every day! Thus, since I have to hang out with them, I can't go up to a teenager and say, "Hi, I'm sci_geeek. How is your day going?" or any of that. What do I do?
Help!
-- sci_geeek
P.S. Also remember that I don't go to school, so I can't just hang out with classmates or any of that.
Make more teenager friends and try to act busy with them so they don't bother you? Just an idea.
Whoaaa! That doesn't work. We share the problem. The older ones look depressed, the middle ones whine some extra, and the little ones pull your arms so hard, they get dislocated.
*cringe*
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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
KristytheCorgi wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
As you guys already know, I'm a teenager. A teenager with deteriorating social skills (you may not have know that). I'm trying to make friends with other teenagers. But many times when there's an activity where I might have a chance to do so, my little kid friends pop up and I'm stuck hanging out with them. Dude, they cling so tightly, though! I'm stuck talking and playing the same things I always talk and play when I'm with them, and I see those kids almost every day! Thus, since I have to hang out with them, I can't go up to a teenager and say, "Hi, I'm sci_geeek. How is your day going?" or any of that. What do I do?
Help!
-- sci_geeek
P.S. Also remember that I don't go to school, so I can't just hang out with classmates or any of that.
Make more teenager friends and try to act busy with them so they don't bother you? Just an idea.
Whoaaa! That doesn't work. We share the problem. The older ones look depressed, the middle ones whine some extra, and the little ones pull your arms so hard, they get dislocated.
*cringe*
Yeah, *cringe*
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Saying cringe is cringe which makes this cringe. Cringe is us and we are cringe. Amen.
I already have said enough.
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Saying cringe is cringe which makes this cringe. Cringe is us and we are cringe. Amen.
Lol wut
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KristytheCorgi wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
As you guys already know, I'm a teenager. A teenager with deteriorating social skills (you may not have know that). I'm trying to make friends with other teenagers. But many times when there's an activity where I might have a chance to do so, my little kid friends pop up and I'm stuck hanging out with them. Dude, they cling so tightly, though! I'm stuck talking and playing the same things I always talk and play when I'm with them, and I see those kids almost every day! Thus, since I have to hang out with them, I can't go up to a teenager and say, "Hi, I'm sci_geeek. How is your day going?" or any of that. What do I do?
Help!
-- sci_geeek
P.S. Also remember that I don't go to school, so I can't just hang out with classmates or any of that.
Make more teenager friends and try to act busy with them so they don't bother you? Just an idea.
Whoaaa! That doesn't work. We share the problem. The older ones look depressed, the middle ones whine some extra, and the little ones pull your arms so hard, they get dislocated.

Since you said you don't go to school I'm guessing this is at church. Try finding a separate area or room to hang out in, away from the kids. At my church we'd hang out in an upper room, and the kids would stay outside where their parents could watch them. If any of them tried to come up anyways, we'd just keep them out of the room.
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KristytheCorgi wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
As you guys already know, I'm a teenager. A teenager with deteriorating social skills (you may not have know that). I'm trying to make friends with other teenagers. But many times when there's an activity where I might have a chance to do so, my little kid friends pop up and I'm stuck hanging out with them. Dude, they cling so tightly, though! I'm stuck talking and playing the same things I always talk and play when I'm with them, and I see those kids almost every day! Thus, since I have to hang out with them, I can't go up to a teenager and say, "Hi, I'm sci_geeek. How is your day going?" or any of that. What do I do?
Help!
-- sci_geeek
P.S. Also remember that I don't go to school, so I can't just hang out with classmates or any of that.
Make more teenager friends and try to act busy with them so they don't bother you? Just an idea.
Whoaaa! That doesn't work. We share the problem. The older ones look depressed, the middle ones whine some extra, and the little ones pull your arms so hard, they get dislocated.

Since you said you don't go to school I'm guessing this is at church. Try finding a separate area or room to hang out in, away from the kids. At my church we'd hang out in an upper room, and the kids would stay outside where their parents could watch them. If any of them tried to come up anyways, we'd just keep them out of the room.
It could be at home too, bro.
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endershadow112 wrote:
KristytheCorgi wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
As you guys already know, I'm a teenager. A teenager with deteriorating social skills (you may not have know that). I'm trying to make friends with other teenagers. But many times when there's an activity where I might have a chance to do so, my little kid friends pop up and I'm stuck hanging out with them. Dude, they cling so tightly, though! I'm stuck talking and playing the same things I always talk and play when I'm with them, and I see those kids almost every day! Thus, since I have to hang out with them, I can't go up to a teenager and say, "Hi, I'm sci_geeek. How is your day going?" or any of that. What do I do?
Help!
-- sci_geeek
P.S. Also remember that I don't go to school, so I can't just hang out with classmates or any of that.
Make more teenager friends and try to act busy with them so they don't bother you? Just an idea.
Whoaaa! That doesn't work. We share the problem. The older ones look depressed, the middle ones whine some extra, and the little ones pull your arms so hard, they get dislocated.

Since you said you don't go to school I'm guessing this is at church. Try finding a separate area or room to hang out in, away from the kids. At my church we'd hang out in an upper room, and the kids would stay outside where their parents could watch them. If any of them tried to come up anyways, we'd just keep them out of the room.
Not exactly. We see them in other places too
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KristytheCorgi wrote:
endershadow112 wrote:
KristytheCorgi wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
As you guys already know, I'm a teenager. A teenager with deteriorating social skills (you may not have know that). I'm trying to make friends with other teenagers. But many times when there's an activity where I might have a chance to do so, my little kid friends pop up and I'm stuck hanging out with them. Dude, they cling so tightly, though! I'm stuck talking and playing the same things I always talk and play when I'm with them, and I see those kids almost every day! Thus, since I have to hang out with them, I can't go up to a teenager and say, "Hi, I'm sci_geeek. How is your day going?" or any of that. What do I do?
Help!
-- sci_geeek
P.S. Also remember that I don't go to school, so I can't just hang out with classmates or any of that.
Make more teenager friends and try to act busy with them so they don't bother you? Just an idea.
Whoaaa! That doesn't work. We share the problem. The older ones look depressed, the middle ones whine some extra, and the little ones pull your arms so hard, they get dislocated.

Since you said you don't go to school I'm guessing this is at church. Try finding a separate area or room to hang out in, away from the kids. At my church we'd hang out in an upper room, and the kids would stay outside where their parents could watch them. If any of them tried to come up anyways, we'd just keep them out of the room.
Not exactly. We see them in other places too
They're everywhere...
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Guys, fyi, some of these little friends I mentioned on this thread might join Guide, and if they do, I might delete this thread...oh, and if they join, don't tell them I said these things pleazzzzzzzzzzzzzze? And I doubt they'll be annoying here on Guide...they'll be just like any other Guidester.
melancholic/sanguine ~ infp 2w9 ~ rluan

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