Fuck it. I can relate. Some kids really are unbearable. Can I get a witness?
Word. I can name 3.
I love my nieces, but strongly disapprove of their education and its effects. Today my prep school lesson for them is that Black Friday is killing America.
Testify. My cousin's kids are gorgeous; their family looks like they belong in those Macy's mailers in the Sunday paper. In person, it's like Hell spit those kids out. They're damn near feral. The rest of us refer to them as "Damien" in the plural (like "data"), even though they're all girls. Thank god they don't live in this state.
a few kids are born evil, but you have to blame the majority of it on shitty parenting....
Agree, MS, its nearly 100% the parents responsibility.
I hate kids all the time. I blame their parents as well. I love when kids are running wild in public places and their parents can barely be interested enough to say (without even looking to see what they are doing), "Britney honey, no" like that does a fucking lot of good. Then they look at you like your some kind of jackass for suggesting to their children to not touch your stuff. Little fuckers!
monkey, have you ever actually had someone's kids touch your stuff and look at you like a jackass? More than once?
This is what comes of having a generation raised in daycare now trying to parent their own kids. They've had no good role models (considering their caregivers were working for minimum wage, obviously undereducated themselves and probably mostly unable to get better jobs.)
Now before all you wonderful daycare providers and your supporters jump on my back, let me say that the moral of my little sermon is, "You get what you pay for." and that we should be paying those folks who work with our children, including those who educate them, what the job is really worth.
When my partner and I go out for a date, we pay our childcare person (aka teenage babysitter type) at least $10/hr. In return, we expect them to interact with our kids in a positive manner without using the TV, to stay off the phone until the kids are asleep, and to not have visitors. This means that we go out less, but can enjoy ourselves more when we do.
Okay, I'll return you to your rant about the state of these kids today.
Hmmm, to add to my example @4, when my cousin was little, he was a terrible kid, too. One of his PhD-having parents was always home with him, and apparently they were so educated they didn't feel the need to discipline him. My mom recounts an anecdote where my aunt, after my cousin did yet another horrible thing, told him, "Please, that was most unceremonious of you." As if a 6 year old gives a shit. And now my cousin, who went to Harvard, and his attorney wife who left her practice to be a stay-at-home mom, have the worst kids imaginable. To sum up, some people are just shitty parents. Frankly, I think daycare would have forced these people to realize just how horrible their parenting skills, and thus their kids, truly are.
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