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WATCH: Teens' Seven Most Annoying Utterances...Decoded

It's tough being a teenager, what with raging hormones, mood swings, and crazy-busy schedules. But it's certainly no picnic being the parent of a teen -- and having to listen to a teen's annoying sighs, grunts and groans. James Harbeck, a Toronto-...
Tomoko Yokooji
Tomoko Yokooji • 1 year ago

It's tough being a teenager, what with raging hormones, mood swings, and crazy-busy schedules. But it's certainly no picnic being the parent of a teen -- and having to listen to a teen's annoying sighs, grunts and groans.

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