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Annoying Kids on TV

By on Feb 11, 2010 | 8 comments

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I’m sick of watching kids on TV who perform acts that don’t suit their age. Looks like there’s a new belief among parents of the kids who perform on TV. The thicker the glasses the kid wears, the cuter he/she looks. First, there was that irritating girl who co-hosted a singing competition and then almost every channel started airing such shows.

I strongly stand for imprisoning parents of such kids who make their kids dance to shittiest Bollywood songs and make them crack obscene jokes (which I bet the kids don’t understand themselves; or am I too backward?).

What do you think? Do you think the kids are ‘shoo schweeeeet/cuuuuuutttteee’ or you find them irritating as I do? Tell me through comments.

The Big K


  1. Ankita

    February 11, 2010

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    Yuck! The LOUD kids suck!

    And I especially hate that girl kid…called GanguBai 😡

    A ban should be put on these programs where kids speak mature jokes and receive appreciation! X-(

  2. durga

    February 12, 2010

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    Afsha did not get selected when she appeared as a competitor. She was given a called ” maindak” , but the channel immediately thought of capitalising on her talking ability ( not all kids are so extrovert or bladdermouth) and made her the host of the show and again broguht in a male kiddo who can co host with her.
    All this exposure to publicity and lime light, snatches away thier childhood from them simialr to Hanna Montenna ( extreme example ,, but cant help…)

  3. durga

    February 12, 2010

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    to add..I rather say its not kids fault ,, so may be its not annoying kids but may be annoying selfisg parents who push thier kids into this

  4. Mayur

    February 12, 2010

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    I see you regularly watch all these tele serials and reality shows till your ‘brain pops out of your skull’… and then you write about it.

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