Quoting Robbie's Incubator:" Probably. Hell, if I had a daughter I'd probably let her play too. Just, like, not on Xbox Live. Don't want them to turn into those ten-year-old-little smurfs on Live... >.>"
Quoting Bogey Woman:" This too. If I caught my son saying anything that some of these kids say online, I'd probably pop him one lol"
Quoting Robbie's Incubator:" I seriously can't stand some of those little smurfs. I mean, my eggs are older than them and they're talking about how "hardcore" they are, smurf. -.-"
Quoting Bogey Woman:" It drives me insane. My husband will seriously sit there and antagonize them, too, which I also can't stand "
Quoting Robbie's Incubator:" True story: I made some kid cry, he told his mum and she got on the mic trying to bitch me out, I calmly ... [snip!] ... on and what her son was saying, and I seriously think she took his 360 because me and my friends never saw him again. "
Quoting Bogey Woman:" She needed to hear it. Too often you see kids put in front of the TV or video game system and Mom and Dad aren't paying attention :/"
Quoting Robbie's Incubator:" True. I don't think television and children are a bad mix at all, but I do believe that monitoring is ... [snip!] ... is essential. If anything, play the game too. DH and I can't wait until we have a kid that can play Halo with us. "