Let Me Explain Studios : Stole Mom’s Credit Card to Buy N64 (ft. SomethingElseYT)

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  1. You are my #1 FAVOURITE ANIMATOR EVER!!!
    Here's reasons why:
    (1) Your animations are so GREAT ☆

    (2) Your grammar and script writing is amazing!

    (3) Your art is SO fabulous! Even if you said it was trash, I'd have to disagree with ya

    (4) Your singing voice is so graceful!

    (5) You're such a strong person!…..
    (unlike me :P)

  2. 😂 I may or may not have done something alike to what you did when I was a kid. There was this game that most of you might know by the name of… you guessed it, minecraft. It was seven dollors, but my childish mind didn't understand until a second later, that I had to pay. I put a number to see if it would work, not even knowing that it was my mother's credit card. When I realized that, I freaked, but mom never noticed seven dollors were gone. So, with a mischievous grin, I started buying other games. It all added up to… uh, 300 dollors. Probably more. I never even thought about how much I was spending until the next day. That morning, mom slammed my door open, asking questions that had me stumped. She obviously grounded me, taking my phone and tablet. Didn't last long, I got both back the same day 🤔. My mom is a very strict woman, but forgets to punish sometimes. Empty threats, you know. To this day, i'm ashamed of what I did, but kind of amused. Naivety is a blessing and a curse… Never try this, by the way! 😁😂 (Actually, why would you?)

  3. Dear god, if that was me and my mom, I most likely would not be alive today. My mom was so strict growing up, my grandparents, aunts and uncles had to talk to her about it repeatedly.

    Don’t worry, I love my mom, she was also the kind of parent who stood up to teachers for us and she’s definitely loosened up sometime after her 3rd daughter to the point that she’s pretty much do anything for an easier life. It’s one of those scenarios where you, as the eldest sibling, watch your parents’ strictness slowly dwindle away with every new baby.

    On the bright side, I can take pride in being one of those children who rarely threw a tantrum in public because if I did, I’d be in for it. I can’t say the same for my youngest sibling.

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