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Missing 12 year old Tia Sharp

Discussion in 'UK politics, current affairs and news' started by zenie, Aug 9, 2012.

  1. zenie

    zenie >^^<

    6 days now :(

    Stepdad has been taken in for questioning as he was the last person to see her.

    Let's hope she shows up on the Croydon CCTV. :hmm:
  2. yardbird

    yardbird Understands love.

    Why are the locals having a go at the police for not searching and then doing it themselves.
    No help at all.
    Search if you're asked, but this ludicrous 'the police ain't doing enough' when you have no idea at all what the police are doing.
    Having said that, the expression "grandmother's boyfriend" has a strange ring to it.
  3. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    this isn't going to be another hide and seek championship entry is it?
  4. weltweit

    weltweit Well-Known Member

    I was pondering whether to start a thead on this, glad you did OP.

    It is not looking good, 6 days is a long time for a child to be missing for any genuine reasons.
  5. Badgers

    Badgers Mr Big Shrimp

    Indeed :(
  6. Numbers

    Numbers an ting!

    Always the idiot Pickman's.
    Lock&Light and Onket like this.
  7. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    you daft twat. could you point me to where you've taken the same line over one m. mccann?
  8. 1927

    1927 Funnier than he thinks he is.

    I think this has an inevitability about it, we probably all think the same, its very often family! very sad.
  9. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star


    Let's hope this is one of the happy times, eh
    QueenOfGoths and weepiper like this.
  10. silverfish

    silverfish Sprinkling glitter on turds

    Normally whoever is doing the pleading to "come home" on the tellybox
  11. Lucy Fur

    Lucy Fur Well-Known Member

    Not when you consider the Grandmother is only 46.
    yardbird likes this.
  12. Numbers

    Numbers an ting!

    No, I couldn't actually, but if you would like to do so I'll have a look and reply accordingly.
  13. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    why not? i've better things to do than search your posts; i doubt you have anything more pressing.
  14. yardbird

    yardbird Understands love.

    That's the point.
  15. Seems like a perfectly average age to be a grandma imo.
    Frances Lengel likes this.
  16. yardbird

    yardbird Understands love.

    Fair enough.
  17. purenarcotic

    purenarcotic Conveniently Pocket Sized

    It's desperately sad. I don't hold out much hope, I'm afraid, but I very much wish to be proved wrong. :(
  18. 5t3IIa

    5t3IIa Registered User

    I'm not positive it is, you know :hmm:
  19. No it fucking well isn't.
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  20. weepiper

    weepiper Jock under the bed

    I really hope she turns up but every day that goes past makes it seem less likely :(
  21. weepiper

    weepiper Jock under the bed

    It only requires the mum and the grandma to both have had their kid aged 17, it's not that unusual
  22. It may not be unusual, but it is a long way from the average.
    Maltin likes this.
  23. Normal enough, the only reason people get het up about it is because they might not be married *gasp* whereas in previous generations being married at 16/17 having kids then totally normal.
  24. 5t3IIa

    5t3IIa Registered User

    I'm not getting het up, I'm just sayin' that 34 is pretty young to be a grandparent!
  25. Teaboy

    Teaboy It definitely looks brighter over there..

    Is it?

    Or is it that a lot of people think 17 year olds a are still children themselves and its a bit young to be having children?

    Anyway its not important, I hope she turns up safely although I fear the worse.
  26. mentalchik

    mentalchik "Time doth flit, oh shit"

    My mum was a granny at 41 !
  27. It's not the norm for children to be having children. In previous generations it was the norm to die in your 40's too, wanna keep that tradition alive too?
  28. weepiper

    weepiper Jock under the bed

    But that's perception isn't it, because society infantilises us these days. Hundred years ago (50 years ago even) 17 was firmly an adult and had been out at work for some years.
  29. Well no one thought like that when being married at that age for life was fairly normal. So it really is a bit hypocritcal these days when people (not saying you) start hand wringing about teenage mums cos they've always existed.
    For me it'd be too young. For my friend at school she was totally ready at 17.
  30. mentalchik

    mentalchik "Time doth flit, oh shit"

    34 ?


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