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9 year old lad on that ITV Programme now, wants to be a cheerleader and his parents havent told him its a bad idea to appear on national TV pointing this out.

 

And people wonder how bullies keep going, well theres nae dinner money for little Keiron for the next 7 years.

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9 year old lad on that ITV Programme now, wants to be a cheerleader and his parents havent told him its a bad idea to appear on national TV pointing this out.

 

And people wonder how bullies keep going, well theres nae dinner money for little Keiron for the next 7 years.

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But at least he will be "in" with the totty....and imagine being in their dressing room as opposed to the teams...... :lol:

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9 year old lad on that ITV Programme now, wants to be a cheerleader and his parents havent told him its a bad idea to appear on national TV pointing this out.

 

And people wonder how bullies keep going, well theres nae dinner money for little Keiron for the next 7 years.

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But at least he will be "in" with the totty....and imagine being in their dressing room as opposed to the teams...... :lol:

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I think he rather be looking at the blokes in the changing room by the sounds of things.

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9 year old lad on that ITV Programme now, wants to be a cheerleader and his parents havent told him its a bad idea to appear on national TV pointing this out.

 

And people wonder how bullies keep going, well theres nae dinner money for little Keiron for the next 7 years.

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But at least he will be "in" with the totty....and imagine being in their dressing room as opposed to the teams...... :lol:

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I think he rather be looking at the blokes in the changing room by the sounds of things.

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Let's not "stereotype" him just because he wants to do something different...anyway i heard it was because he was crap at sports so chose the next best thing to be "close" to it....

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Do you remember that little kid that was on tv in the '80s saying he wanted to be an antiques expert? Transexual now.

 

Then

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Now

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What scares me is that is actually true :lol:

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Read this whilst looking for those images. Kid didn't have a chance with parents like that by the sound of things:

James Harries was a cotton-candy-haired boy genius who first came to attention on the Wogan show in 1988. In his strained, lisping upper-class accent he spoke at length about both antiques and the state of the economy. Wogan got good mileage on the comedy of this poor sod of a boy, and he went on to entertain audiences all around the world, even appearing to be mocked in the US on Oprah. According to one commentator "his presence soiled everyone he came into contact with, because he was just a kid and we were all laughing our heads off at him."

 

Born in 1978, James opened his own antiques business in Cardiff aged ten, and left school a year later. It was around this time he first hit the media, hyped for "knowing practically everything there is to know about antiques," although this is not borne out in the Wogan interview during which he came up with the insight that antiques should "look old". By 14 he had published his own book, "Rags to Riches" (ISBN 1873798008), which explanined how to make money from jumble sales.

 

His most often quoted soundbyte stems from Wogan asking why James did not like children or respect his teachers or go to school; "I won't! I won't! Because they're not ladies and gentlemen, and the teachers aren't ladies and gentlemen either, and you wouldn't know anyway, because you weren't there, Wogan." His leaving school at such a young age was one of the first signs he came from a bizarre background. Claiming to be a family of geniuses, the Harries clan insisted on tutoring him at home. It was soon discovered however that the peculiar selection of doctorates and masters held by the family had all been awarded by the "Cardiff College Of Humanistic Studies" or "Tudor Cottage College" - based at their own mock tudor home. His family were subsequently involved in a number of scandals and court cases. Most notably, his father's attempt to sue the government for mismanagment during the recession backfired when the family lost the case and went bankrupt; the father was later imprisoned for arson and fraud after burning down his own fancy dress shop in an attempt to rescue his business.

 

During the Wogan interview Terry said to Harries, "What you’re going to be like at 20 I just can’t imagine." Alas we were never to find out, as Harries didn't resurface again until 2001, aged 23. Wogan could never have imagined how Harries turned out: he resurfaced transformed, butterfly-like, into a woman. Lauren Charlotte Harries was born.

 

Although Lauren insists it was her own choice, the sex change is surrounded by confusion and many commentators suspect his parents of forcing him into it. In particular, James's psycho-sexual counselling, compulsary analysis before any sex-op can take place, was conducted by his own mother, who used a fake name on documents, and was quite possibly supported by her fake qualificiations. One commentator notes "the parents come across as fraudsters who have possibly damaged their children beyond repair."

 

In 2002 Lauren hit the headlines again, after she applied to go on Big Brother 3, although she was sadly turned down. Seeking a career in television, Lauren sadly could not shrug off her 10-year old image and resorted to briefly hosted an antiques slot on This Morning, and again on the Big Breakfast. She had no mileage for television, and was last seen on Channel 4 singing the song "Memory" (from Cats) during a documentary about how fucked up she is. According to this recent documentary, the family continues to live in "their mock Tudor house near Cardiff, where they are fighting a constant battle with an encroaching council estate".

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The best thing was that kid was sh*t at cheerleading!

 

He is destined to be bullied for the rest of his life, forgot 7 years the kids the sort of person who will get ripped for the rest of his working life also!

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