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Recently, I have been trying to teach my young daughter about actions and consequences. Stuff like if you throw your toys around they break, or if you draw all over daddy's things he'll throw all your toys away and make you play with empty tin cans for the rest of your childhood. 

I think she is starting to get the picture as now she thinks twice before making witch's potions out of mummy's perfume for Halloween.

But even well into adulthood some people still fail to grasp the very simple concept of action equals reaction.

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