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Tell your parents that I play (I'm 35), my husband plays and he is a computer tech (3, my parents play (60 and above), my friends play (range of 30 - 40years old) and my kids play (under 11 years old). It is a fun site for all ages. Have you parents ever played? Maybe you should buy them a Webkinz.
Hi fellow Webkin Fan! You are so not alone
You would not believe how many of us grown ups are out there that love to play Webkinz. I am one of them. I was thinking that another great solution to your peoblem would be to buy an EStore online pet once a year tp keep your account going. And as an added bonus they are a bit cheeper. Don't worry, it will all work out, you have alot of friends here.
Maybe you could have a friend buy the webkinz for you (using your money, though) and then they could give you the code at secret times? Or perhaps when your parents go away on business, you can get some. Good luck!
hahaha i'm a highschool girl who loves her webbies LOL I only get one once in a great while and i like the job idea: its not that bad having a job--good experience, looks GREAT on applications for college and other jobs, and the cash is yours so yay
yeah im having the same webkinz slump though too ...good luck!
I feel u i also am a high school student whose parrents dont support my obbsession at all... i babysit/ dogsit so i pretty much by my own webbies while my rents by them for my sis who really just likes the stuffed animal while i want the code
I'm a mother of 3, and my husband and all of us have our own webbies accounts. I've personally discovered that playing on WW is a great form of stress relief in this busy world we live in. I have 44 and the rest of my family have more than 15 in each account. We've collected so many that I began to sew string onto the stuffed animals/webbies and hang them from various lengths from the ceiling in the kids' rooms. They loved the new decor! I began purchasing through estore so as to not have so many plushies around...the kids' ceilings are just running out of room! I agree....purchase only 1 a year to keep the account mobile. But also I agree with some of the other responses...you're in a stage in life where you should not have to grow up too fast, yet, also be responsible in earning your own money as well. It's that time in life where you learn to appreciate things more. We all must go through this. Many times, I've had my kids use their allowance money or gift money from birthdays and other holidays throughout the year if they've chosen to spend it on webbies. They appreciate them more. Webkinz is such a wonderful place of escape from stress...I can't stress that enough since it's helped me with my angst and such this past year and a half. I felt the need to pass this wee note along and wish you the best of luck and choices on your new venture! Cheers!
remember that your not the only high school aged guy here that goes on webkinz! I have met a few others. But I can understand why your parents are worrying. Most people think webkinz are rather childish, and I am a little embarrassed whenever I hear Ms. Birdy's voice. Its like she's talking to a baby. But if its the stuffed animals that are a problem, go e-store!
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