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I'm one of those people who never posts content, although I do a lot of comments and i'm hoping with my off the chart ms paint skills I should become maybe I top 100 commenter.

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#42 - I agree with that. I have little else to say, the only differe… 05/06/2014 on parents -1
#40 - I'm not saying that children aren't allowed to question and to…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/06/2014 on parents -2
#41 - lolollo (05/06/2014) [-]
I think this pic sums up the main point I'm making (only with different parties involved).
#42 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I agree with that. I have little else to say, the only difference in our opinions is how much I believe 'something to respect' is. I just have lowered standards due to how bad I know parents can be.
#38 - I can agree with that, I will admit I was overly abusive in my… 05/06/2014 on parents +1
#35 - I was LITERALLY just inferring that I don't abusive parents ar…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/06/2014 on parents -2
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#36 - lolollo (05/06/2014) [-]
I'm not sure a philosophy of "Well at least they're not beating me!" is that much less retarded...
#34 - I think there's been some misinterpretation in what i've said.…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/06/2014 on parents 0
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#37 - bigstick (05/06/2014) [-]
Maybe you writing it in very angry words gave the illusion, but fair enough, children should respect adults, but they arent to be made blind followers of parents orders if they seem flawed in the childs eyes, and i believe one should back talk if the reasoning is good or they are questioning an order
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#38 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I can agree with that, I will admit I was overly abusive in my words on the original post, and thank you for not just being an abusive shitstick in return.
#29 - But it makes them a sufficient parent. Considering how expensi…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/06/2014 on parents -8
#33 - nudybooty (05/06/2014) [-]
It's a cute dog. I do agree it's better than abuse but honestly if you plan on having a kid or keep a child from a surprise pregnancy and you know you can only afford clothes, shelter and food, you are on the road to becoming a horrible parent.
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#32 - lolollo (05/06/2014) [-]
So as long as an abusive parent is paying for everything the kid needs, we should just let him be, right? Because he's sufficient?

Yes I am putting words in your mouth, because your argument has some gaping holes for me to do that with.
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#35 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I was LITERALLY just inferring that I don't abusive parents are good parents. That I believe that BECAUSE of abusive parents that I don't expect too much from parents.
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#36 - lolollo (05/06/2014) [-]
I'm not sure a philosophy of "Well at least they're not beating me!" is that much less retarded...
#26 - Are you ******* joking? My childhood was great because I get r…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/06/2014 on parents -2
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#31 - lolollo (05/06/2014) [-]
So you're misinterpreting the situation. Expecting benefits from nowhere is one thing, but testing the system to see how it works, and where it lies is what made us the dominant species on the planet. Your kid wanting you to prove your authority every mow and then isn't disobedience, it's him making sure he has all of the information he can work with. It's the difference from simply being a part of a system, and being involved with it. It's the difference between your kid holding resentment for you for never letting her stay out after dark, and understanding WHY you never wanted her out after dark. Questioning your motives isn't disobedience, it's serving two purposes. For one, it makes sure the rule has a reason that makes sense, and understanding how the world works. If you have true authority, establishing that should be no problem whatsoever.

You do have valid reasons for having rules over the things you have rules for, right?
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#40 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I'm not saying that children aren't allowed to question and to blindly follow their parents. I am saying that children should understand respect and to not just take their main giver of resources for granted. Even if the parent is wrong I believe that the child should sometimes just give in, but, as I said in my original post. Children do have opinions, but should remain appreciative.
#41 - lolollo (05/06/2014) [-]
I think this pic sums up the main point I'm making (only with different parties involved).
#42 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I agree with that. I have little else to say, the only difference in our opinions is how much I believe 'something to respect' is. I just have lowered standards due to how bad I know parents can be.
#24 - 1. I think you accidentally your sentence 2. I'm 15, I jus…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/06/2014 on parents -2
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#30 - bigstick (05/06/2014) [-]
Your only defending argument in this is "they feed you!" While that is a good point, it has flaws. Parents made their choice to make a child, and they should know that making a child gives them the forced job of raising that child to be a productive member of society. This means they should ply that child from birth to know what to do and how to be like doing it. While parents are better than their children it is unrelated to their current job of making that child a member of society. The fully authoritarian parenting is a very bad example of parenting as it forces children who know no better to be released from their parents as submissive passive individuals who have been grown their entire lives following orders blindly.
TL;DR children are humans too and they normally challenge boundaries set to them, and that is not a bad thing
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#34 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I think there's been some misinterpretation in what i've said. I do not believe it a purely authoritarian form of parenting. I know that can lead to overly rebellious children.

I understand the point you're making however I just believe that children need to respect adults first, and then the adult can reward them for being a respectful member of society.
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#37 - bigstick (05/06/2014) [-]
Maybe you writing it in very angry words gave the illusion, but fair enough, children should respect adults, but they arent to be made blind followers of parents orders if they seem flawed in the childs eyes, and i believe one should back talk if the reasoning is good or they are questioning an order
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#38 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I can agree with that, I will admit I was overly abusive in my words on the original post, and thank you for not just being an abusive shitstick in return.
#17 - All these *********** in the comments who think that children …  [+] (23 new replies) 05/06/2014 on parents +22
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#76 - exclamation (05/06/2014) [-]
I think you make a compelling argument, but you need to understand: parents who do as you comment (encouraging behaviors such as shutting the hell up because they're parents) are manufacturing these shit-stains without a spine. It's important to let kids and teens talk and express their reasoning. If you listen to them and ponder what they said (or hear them and pretend to make a decision), they will be more likely to express their feelings because they know their parent will listen.

But, if you wanna keep making kids without a spine and who need to be told what and when to do everything after they move out, then keep on doing it.
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#77 - exclamation (05/06/2014) [-]
I'm going to expand here: you and I probably have similar parents. You probably stuck close to yours but I distanced from mine. I distanced because I wanted to talk and had no one to talk to in my family; parents were dicks to converse with, brother was bi-polar dick. My dad cared but would make me feel wrong sometimes, so I didn't bother with him.
#69 - perfectcomment (05/06/2014) [-]
I'm going to agree with you on some level.

I was brought u p to respect my elders and I did. I did however, talk back when I had a reasonable excuse. If I had a genuine reason for what I did and I had no bad intentions then I'd stand up for myself. (They wouldn't believe me though) It wasn't until I joined the Army that I'd even talk back to my own mum, just out of respect and the fact that she has fed, clothed, taken care of me, helped me in every way I need for almost 18 years. However if I have proof and a genuine reason for doing something, I own up to shit I've done.

If this didn't make sense, I'm sorry. I'm reeeeally baked right now and also tired. Have a good sleep <3
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#43 - icefried (05/06/2014) [-]
I am very grateful to my parents for raising me, and i love them both to death.
But they raised me to speak my mind and stand up for myself, and that means speaking against them when i believe they are wrong.

Also just the fact that they clothed and fed me does not earn them respect, they really didn't have a choice. No one does, once one pops out, you either take care of them or you end up in prison with your children taken from you. They absolutely fucking do not have the right to "treat you like they're better than you". They have the right to treat you like someone who is far less experienced in life than you, and that doesn't mean treating you like shit.
Parents need to earn the respect of their children, not assume that it's naturally theirs.

If and when i have children i sure as shit won't force them never to speak up against percieved injustice. I'm going to encourage it.
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#28 - nudybooty (05/06/2014) [-]
I would just like to point out, just because someone feeds and clothes you it doesn't make them good parents.
#29 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
But it makes them a sufficient parent. Considering how expensive kids are, that's deserving enough. I know they could be better but with how bad some parents can be (physical/sexual abuse) I like to set the bar low.
I couldn't find a non-abusive, related picture, so i'm just gonna put this here and say thank you for being polite
#33 - nudybooty (05/06/2014) [-]
It's a cute dog. I do agree it's better than abuse but honestly if you plan on having a kid or keep a child from a surprise pregnancy and you know you can only afford clothes, shelter and food, you are on the road to becoming a horrible parent.
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#32 - lolollo (05/06/2014) [-]
So as long as an abusive parent is paying for everything the kid needs, we should just let him be, right? Because he's sufficient?

Yes I am putting words in your mouth, because your argument has some gaping holes for me to do that with.
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#35 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I was LITERALLY just inferring that I don't abusive parents are good parents. That I believe that BECAUSE of abusive parents that I don't expect too much from parents.
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#36 - lolollo (05/06/2014) [-]
I'm not sure a philosophy of "Well at least they're not beating me!" is that much less retarded...
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#23 - lolollo (05/06/2014) [-]
I'm getting the distinct feeling your motivations are stemming from "My childhood sucked, so yours should to."

Just because you were an obedient, unconfident shitstain, it doesn't mean the rest of everyone else are.

The ability to support a child doesn't make you infallible. I mean hell, just having money gives you the ability to support a child. The ability to raise a child is independent of money, so you'll have to forgive me for not being convinced by your argument of "they feed/clothe you".
#26 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
Are you fucking joking? My childhood was great because I get rewarded for not being an unobedient, smart talking, disrespectful prick.
People think that they deserve shit the minute they're born. They're so fucking wrong, the minute you're born you cry for oxygen and for a tit to suck on. You get into this world immediately demanding shit. That's why kids don't deserve to just disrespect everyone they feel like, because, as of yet, they have to get something from the world and have nothing in return but respect.
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#31 - lolollo (05/06/2014) [-]
So you're misinterpreting the situation. Expecting benefits from nowhere is one thing, but testing the system to see how it works, and where it lies is what made us the dominant species on the planet. Your kid wanting you to prove your authority every mow and then isn't disobedience, it's him making sure he has all of the information he can work with. It's the difference from simply being a part of a system, and being involved with it. It's the difference between your kid holding resentment for you for never letting her stay out after dark, and understanding WHY you never wanted her out after dark. Questioning your motives isn't disobedience, it's serving two purposes. For one, it makes sure the rule has a reason that makes sense, and understanding how the world works. If you have true authority, establishing that should be no problem whatsoever.

You do have valid reasons for having rules over the things you have rules for, right?
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#40 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I'm not saying that children aren't allowed to question and to blindly follow their parents. I am saying that children should understand respect and to not just take their main giver of resources for granted. Even if the parent is wrong I believe that the child should sometimes just give in, but, as I said in my original post. Children do have opinions, but should remain appreciative.
#41 - lolollo (05/06/2014) [-]
I think this pic sums up the main point I'm making (only with different parties involved).
#42 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I agree with that. I have little else to say, the only difference in our opinions is how much I believe 'something to respect' is. I just have lowered standards due to how bad I know parents can be.
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#22 - superfake (05/06/2014) [-]
you suck at staying true to your name.
I agree with everything you just said.
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#21 - bigstick (05/06/2014) [-]
Does your ego get boosted by enforcing authority on children make you feel big?
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#24 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
1. I think you accidentally your sentence
2. I'm 15, I just know respect
3. It's not that I feel adults do it to feel big, I just feel that they're right, like, all the fucking. time and can do that because they have something to offer the children. Y'know, food, water, clothing, basic human rights, respect, money. Basically fucking everything. I feel someone who gives someone everything deserves to be considered a little better than them
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#30 - bigstick (05/06/2014) [-]
Your only defending argument in this is "they feed you!" While that is a good point, it has flaws. Parents made their choice to make a child, and they should know that making a child gives them the forced job of raising that child to be a productive member of society. This means they should ply that child from birth to know what to do and how to be like doing it. While parents are better than their children it is unrelated to their current job of making that child a member of society. The fully authoritarian parenting is a very bad example of parenting as it forces children who know no better to be released from their parents as submissive passive individuals who have been grown their entire lives following orders blindly.
TL;DR children are humans too and they normally challenge boundaries set to them, and that is not a bad thing
User avatar
#34 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I think there's been some misinterpretation in what i've said. I do not believe it a purely authoritarian form of parenting. I know that can lead to overly rebellious children.

I understand the point you're making however I just believe that children need to respect adults first, and then the adult can reward them for being a respectful member of society.
User avatar
#37 - bigstick (05/06/2014) [-]
Maybe you writing it in very angry words gave the illusion, but fair enough, children should respect adults, but they arent to be made blind followers of parents orders if they seem flawed in the childs eyes, and i believe one should back talk if the reasoning is good or they are questioning an order
User avatar
#38 - trolololing (05/06/2014) [-]
I can agree with that, I will admit I was overly abusive in my words on the original post, and thank you for not just being an abusive shitstick in return.
#12 - I dislike 2chainz due to his lack of meaningful thought or ori… 05/06/2014 on Hip Hop has gone to shit -2