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babysit

Drug slang
verb A regional term meaning to guide someone through a first experience with hallucinogenic or psychotropic drugs.
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As in Alberta, there is no law in Saskatchewan that gives an age at which a child may babysit.
Ms Pasquier said, 'My aim is to make Babysit 4 me the first choice for busy parents, providing them with a service that is caring, professional but most of all reliable.
I used to babysit in some very well-to-do people's houses, and I cannot tell you the joy of hearing the front door click shut when the parents went out, after the "well you've got the number if you need anything" conversation.
Also, you could ask an aunt or someone in your family tree if you could babysit for them.
Washington, Jan 5 (ANI): Zooey Deschanel has admitted that she is too nervous to babysit her three-month-old nephew.
Oh, and don't offer to babysit again - unless it's round at her house.
Now, I don't want to babysit for my aunt but she gives me pounds 10 and if I tell anyone why, there will be a fight.
THRILLED Terry Yorath, who is looking ahead to a great year, said: "I have no idea what it is going to be like becoming a grandad, but I am looking forward to babysitting and all that stuff" happy duo Gabby and Kenny Logan Grandad-to-be can't wait to babysit twins
Among the items that have already been put forward for bidders are crockery and vases, household goods and offers of help to tidy the garden, babysit or make a Christmas cake.
But in a small number of cases it has been known for paedophiles to target lone parents by offering to babysit for their children, so it is very important to remain vigilant.
The victim, now aged 25, claimed he used to babysit for Chick and would stay at the family home overnight, when Chick would abuse him.
Washington, Dec 3 (ANI): Singer Mariah Carey's husband Nick Cannon has said that he won't allow Justin Bieber to babysit their twins.