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we talk so much about leaving a batter
to our kids, that we target about
leaving better Photot, , must.
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children! an no to
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#9 - iseeyouthar **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
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#24 to #9 - BeardOfJesus (06/23/2012) [-]
it's good you went home feeling like a boss, because you 			*******		 are one, 			*******		 epic story bro.
it's good you went home feeling like a boss, because you ******* are one, ******* epic story bro.
User avatar #26 to #9 - vatra (06/23/2012) [-]
I was going to skip your story, then I saw the amount of thumbs you had so I gave it a shot, well done, I approve on so many levels.
#49 to #9 - Kabutops (06/23/2012) [-]
good 			****
good ****
User avatar #197 to #9 - krizzah (06/23/2012) [-]
I feel like I've read this before somewhere.
#247 to #9 - auesis (06/23/2012) [-]
Hero.
User avatar #258 to #9 - TwistedPizzaDude (06/23/2012) [-]
story time!

when i was 1 years old i got lost in wal mart and they had to quarantine the place until they found me rolling around in the woman's underwear aisle
User avatar #259 to #258 - TwistedPizzaDude (06/23/2012) [-]
(according to my mom)
#261 to #9 - cinnamontoastmunch (06/23/2012) [-]
**cinnamontoastmunch rolled a random image posted in comment #1453 at Morbid for parents ** excuse me, you are a hero
User avatar #128 to #9 - thisisarepostlol (06/23/2012) [-]
I read the last line as "then got my sisters pregnant and went home feeling like a boss"
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User avatar #253 to #9 - koobzacc (06/23/2012) [-]
Protip: wear polos, khakis, and white sneakers EVERYWHERE and you can impersonate just about anyone.
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#68 to #9 - GoodGood (06/23/2012) [-]
I think i remember this story being posted on here a while ago....
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User avatar #195 to #68 - krizzah (06/23/2012) [-]
Me too...
User avatar #78 to #9 - natawree (06/23/2012) [-]
how would she believe you were the manager if you were dressed in casual clothes and not the walmart uniform?
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#12 to #9 - blackberryjack (06/22/2012) [-]
No homo, I ******* love you, man.
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#15 to #9 - whamaclabam (06/23/2012) [-]
that woman
User avatar #2 - shinkashank (06/22/2012) [-]
When I wanted something when I was little, my parents said no and I was fine.

Unless it was a batman action figure.

I ******* love batman.
#20 to #2 - dealtorfer (06/23/2012) [-]
My parents taught me that if I put up a fit for something that I wanted,
then I would get the opposite or worse than nothing. One time I
remember when I wanted a cupcake, started crying when he said no,
then he bought it, put it in front of my face, watched my eyes fill with joy
after they were filled with tears, then put up to his mouth and ate the
whole thing in one bite.
He just looked at me and said "Don't be such a bitch."
I was like 6.
I love my dad so much.
#39 to #20 - anon (06/23/2012) [-]
That sounds like the opposite of a story that would make you love someone...
User avatar #263 to #39 - dealtorfer (06/24/2012) [-]
I realized how funny it was when I got older. Besides, it was a ******* cupcake. I was being a bitch.
User avatar #211 to #20 - fukkendragonite (06/23/2012) [-]
Mine didn't. I learned it myself. Can't blame my parents, they did try their best.
#3 to #2 - Animefreake (06/22/2012) [-]
Why did you have to bring up parents?
#119 - itsdasp (06/23/2012) [-]
My parents always said "No" to me. Over time, I just stopped wanting things. Now I have a job that pays decent. Got over a grand saved, and I have no ******* clue what to do with it.
User avatar #134 to #119 - yunoaj (06/23/2012) [-]
Take a holiday with the gf! :)
#205 to #119 - Roidrage (06/23/2012) [-]
It's never too early to start saving for retirement. Look into what you bank has to offer as far as savings accounts, CDs, and such.
It's never too early to start saving for retirement. Look into what you bank has to offer as far as savings accounts, CDs, and such.
User avatar #126 to #119 - heroicvenom (06/23/2012) [-]
me too bro,
but i was thinking of using mine to get a apartment for myself
User avatar #132 to #119 - vannman (06/23/2012) [-]
cocaine.
User avatar #142 to #119 - meganinja ONLINE (06/23/2012) [-]
That sounds like what is going to happen in my life. When i was from 1-4 my parents were **** poor, because my dad was still in law school and he wasn't allowed to work. I never got anything i wanted from a store, because we simply couldn't afford it. After my dad got a job as a lawyer, they decided to keep it up because they saw i wasn't as spoiled as my cousins, so by the time i was about 7 i didn't want much. Now people have to yell at me to get me to tell them what i want for christmas/birthday because they won't accept not giving me anything as an answer.
#210 - xsjrrubedo (06/23/2012) [-]
sorta relevant.

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#159 - Dudewheresmyjew (06/23/2012) [-]
I could rant and express my opinion on why kids act this way, but honestly, that doesn't accomplish anything...

So I guess I'll just ponder over my own childhood. Sure, my parents never beat me, but you bet your Limited Edition Holographic Charizard that they told me 'No' every ******* chance they had. Today, I hardly ask for anything, from anyone. I have a decent job and some money saved up. I could go out and buy whatever the hell I want now. I don't need to ask the parents anymore. But the feeling... of material desire, it just isn't there...
User avatar #207 to #159 - idelki (06/23/2012) [-]
You just reminded me that I have a Limited Edition Holographic Japanese Charizard in my old box of pokemon cards...
#173 to #159 - beatsrhymesandrice (06/23/2012) [-]
**beatsrhymesandrice rolled a random image posted in comment #32 at A normal day in Russia **
There is so much ******* win in your words sir.
That is a ******* amazing thing to have no material desire. I envy you to the fullest.
Have a great ****** life and don't screw it up! (bein' serious not sarcastic)
#199 to #159 - Roidrage (06/23/2012) [-]
Same here, buddy. I had pretty much everything handed to me my whole life, that is until I asked my parents to buy me Pokemon cards. My dad always told me no on the Pokemon cards. When Wrestlemania 17 was going to be held in Houston, it was my deepest desire to go and watch my heroes who I grew up admiring and looking up to. My dad said no to that too.

Now, I'm here with my own place, going to school, I don't ask anything from anyone either, happy from having very little, and enjoy the small things in life. Single, no kids, going to school to get my business degree, no debts, enough money saved to take breaks during the summer.

I'm thinking that never getting those Pokemon cards, or never expecting great things in life has a lot to do with it. Hm?
User avatar #81 - nigeltheoutlaw (06/23/2012) [-]
I'm a camp counselor at my city's day camp, and you would not believe how bad some of the spoiled kids can be. They're absolute demons, and I derive some pleasure from telling them "no" and making them behave. If their parents won't give them discipline, I definitely will. Who knows, maybe they won't grow up to be as horrible of people?
User avatar #92 to #81 - ritsuka (06/23/2012) [-]
i know how you feel
(almost) i spent 3 weeks at a GS camp twice and i just wanna punch them sometimes
#213 - eyesight (06/23/2012) [-]
Trouble...
User avatar #17 - aceofshadows (06/23/2012) [-]
Too bad disciplining your kids means everyone will be tripping over themselves trying to call child abuse services.
User avatar #23 to #17 - friednazi (06/23/2012) [-]
Yeah I saw something on the news about a teacher who slapped a student for misbehaving and got in a ton of trouble. They interviewed some guy on his thoughts. He said something like "I wouldn't get the teacher in trouble. I'd ask my kid what the hell he did." We need more parents like that.
#43 to #23 - anon (06/23/2012) [-]
You can't be serious. A teacher should never slap a student. It doesn't matter what the hell he did, you don't hit someone because they did something you don't like. What if the student's only "crime" was crying because they needed to go to the bathroom? You just want to take the teacher's word for it that the student deserved it? This may be hard for you to believe, but teachers are just as capable of being corrupt bastards as anyone else. This isn't the 1950s, you should know by now that entrusting teachers with that kind of power is a stupid thing to do.
#98 to #43 - obscuryt (06/23/2012) [-]
Well if a student started stabbing other kids then I'd slap the **** out of the kid.




Although you're right, no one should have to punish a student no matter how bad, It should be the parents that discipline the child, which many parents might not do. Many people may be very judgmental about a teacher slapping a student, but they forget that the Teachers have to deal with kids who you are trying to teach while they don't want to listen or learn and can make the teacher irritated if not for one student. but from built up anger and finally releasing it. Not saying that it would be ok, but people make stupid and irrational decisions when they are angry.
#136 to #43 - friednazi (06/23/2012) [-]
I never said I thought a teacher slapping a kid was okay, I don't know where you got that from. I'm saying we need more parents who don't automatically assume their kids are angels.
#191 to #136 - anon (06/23/2012) [-]
"I don't know where you got that from"
"I saw something on the news about a teacher who slapped a student for misbehaving and got in a ton of trouble... He said something like "I wouldn't get the teacher in trouble. I'd ask my kid what the hell he did." We need more parents like that. "
You unintentionally implied that you agreed with the parents and thought the kid was lying.
User avatar #254 to #191 - friednazi (06/23/2012) [-]
Oh yeah I see it. Sorry that's not what I meant.
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User avatar #28 to #17 - vatra (06/23/2012) [-]
You just answered the question my parents and I came across while discussing those little *********** middle school kids that harassed that older woman on the bus. My parents couldn't believe kids would do that, I told them the up and coming generation is pretty awful, but I had no explanation for them as to why.
#48 to #28 - anon (06/23/2012) [-]
Uh, last time I checked, the grand majority of parents still discipline their kids by physical means such as spanking. Not enough discipline isn't the problem. Also, the "up and coming" generation isn't any worse than the previous generation, it's just that cases of bullying are much more widely circulated than they were years ago giving the illusion that it's a larger problem.
User avatar #74 to #48 - vatra (06/23/2012) [-]
Personally, I have seen a lack of discipline with the newer parents, it might be different where you live, but here in Southern California, Parents between the ages of 26-35 tend to be rather lax where their children are concerned.
#190 to #74 - anon (06/23/2012) [-]
LOUD MINORITY
silent majority

I know it's hard to understand, but your limited experiences with the loud minority =/= majority.
User avatar #262 to #190 - vatra (06/23/2012) [-]
I've experienced both my friend, don't assume things about other people's experiences purely because their observations differ from yours. I took that into account before stating my opinion.
User avatar #18 to #17 - ScottP (06/23/2012) [-]
Unfortunately yes. It's like people are sooo bored with their lives that they'll jump at the chance to cause a fuss with child abuse.
#52 to #17 - anon (06/23/2012) [-]
I've never heard a case of parents facing legal trouble for refusing to buy their child a toy.
#225 - MOFOJOYO (06/23/2012) [-]
I can help your child learn the meaning of the word no quiet well
#192 - Roidrage (06/23/2012) [-]
Comment Picture
#194 to #192 - Roidrage (06/23/2012) [-]
Sorry. Had to get it out of my system.
Sorry. Had to get it out of my system.
#196 to #192 - Roidrage (06/23/2012) [-]
Okay. One more. Child discipline thread, anyone?
Okay. One more. Child discipline thread, anyone?
#221 to #196 - youfromthefuture (06/23/2012) [-]
I don't know why, but I just ******* love that gif.
#224 to #221 - Roidrage (06/23/2012) [-]
WHO ARE YOU?!
#226 to #224 - youfromthefuture (06/23/2012) [-]
Archer.    
Sterling Archer.
Archer.
Sterling Archer.
#228 to #226 - Roidrage (06/23/2012) [-]
Aw man! I was hoping we would get into a little Ahnold schtick with your name being YOUFROMTHEFUTURE. Ever seen Total Recall?   
   
http:// www. youtube. com/watch?v=UskJNZ9INKM   
http:// www. youtube. com/watch?v=fvZjwTcIVKw&amp;feature=related
Aw man! I was hoping we would get into a little Ahnold schtick with your name being YOUFROMTHEFUTURE. Ever seen Total Recall?

http:// www. youtube. com/watch?v=UskJNZ9INKM
http:// www. youtube. com/watch?v=fvZjwTcIVKw&feature=related
#230 to #228 - youfromthefuture (06/23/2012) [-]
Is it too late now? I'm sorry. Pic unrelated. Or not.
Is it too late now? I'm sorry. Pic unrelated. Or not.
#163 - anon (06/23/2012) [-]
MFW 12 year olds are thumbing down everyone who think disciplining your children is good.
MFW 12 year olds are thumbing down everyone who think disciplining your children is good.
#111 - cillax (06/23/2012) [-]
And most importantly, educate your children on how to treat another human being. It breaks my heart to see kids acting like this.
#235 - mrbosss (06/23/2012) [-]
mfw kids throw a tantrum
mfw kids throw a tantrum
#30 - goldfangz ONLINE (06/23/2012) [-]
i had to take my 5 year old nephew to my graduation today

he wouldnt shut up and pissed everyone off

so i sat on his head untill he stopped making a noise

best graduation ever
#16 - dontcutmyusernameo (06/23/2012) [-]
screaming at stores?
YOU CAN DO THAT?
****
the stuff i could've gotten
all i did was pout like some kind of retard
#29 - Jameshaich (06/23/2012) [-]
I work in a Cafe part time.
This young (I assume single) mother walks in with her stupid kid running around.
He grabs a cup and walks over to the drink dispencer and pushes on the lever.
He doesn't stop, and soon the whole thing is flooded with cola, pouring onto the floor whilst the mother walks over, lifts him back to the counter and just acts like nothing happened. She then turns to me when she goes to get her own drink and says "Somebody should clean that up"
mfw
#229 - thewinrar (06/23/2012) [-]
I believe a certain amount of how a child behaves comes from their own personal mindset, which is partially unaffected by the parents. Looking back on my childhood my parents didn't say no very often that I can remember, but I didn't throw tantrums or turn out as a little **** , I've also been told I rarely cried as a baby
#148 - noleen (06/23/2012) [-]
am I the only one who thought the ending was gonna say "we need better...birth-control"?
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