Telling a mother how to raise her kids..

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  1. GaLaTeA

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    ..is an act of war.
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  2. Geedorah

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    Telling anyone how to do anything in a manner that you know better than them will bring that result.
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  3. GaLaTeA

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    That is also true.
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  4. MissAndrya

    MissAndrya Evolution is what is.

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    Especially when said act is done by a mother in law.

    That's the second closest I've come to wanting to have someone killed, lol
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  5. doslavozes

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    I assume I'm the first right? :)
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  6. AliceHouse

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    But I know everything and the world would be better off if everyone listened to me.
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  7. MissAndrya

    MissAndrya Evolution is what is.

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    No, lol, I've never had that thought about you :)
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  8. doslavozes

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    On another note, telling a mom how to raise her kids is sometimes a necessary battle. Like when I'm at a grocery store and some fat latin teenager with 3 kids screaming, running around and making a mess of things. Someone needs to uppercut her in the uterus to make sure future children are spared.
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  9. AliceHouse

    AliceHouse The House Always Wins

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    It is sometimes necessary. Somethings are cool, that's all right. Like she wanna not let her little ones drive until they are exactly sixteen? Cool. Somethings are silly, but by no means wrong. Like letting your little ones partake in alcohol when they're exactly sixteen.

    But sometimes you really do have to step up and interfere. Like when you see a mother riding her bike with her nearly new born baby cradled in one arm. That's not cool in any way shape or form and I pointed that out. Bad form on my part? Maybe. But I wasn't the one with a dead kid after getting in a bike wreck three months later.
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  10. IAmBenT

    IAmBenT Eat a dick, faggot

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    you did the right thing.

    different parents just have different attitudes I guess. people without kids don't understand what a hassle it can be sometimes, so they give ugly looks and what not. but i say if the kid is healthy, somewhat respecful, clean, happy, etc. shit no problems, you do you
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  11. doslavozes

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    I definitely agree that one's attitude towards parenting changes dramatically when one actually has kids. I have a feeling that my perception of kids will change in general if I ever have any.

    For example, right now, I hate kids. I feel like if I ever have kids, then I'll really hate kids. I mean I'd love mine, but I'd hate all the other ones. Not only will kids still be smelly/sticky/loud and annoying, but other kids would also be a threat to the only kids that matter.
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  12. IAmBenT

    IAmBenT Eat a dick, faggot

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    and as mean as this sounds, there is a grain of truth!! huzzah
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  13. doslavozes

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    I try to sprinkle some truth within my hate.
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