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(KSL Salt Lake City)   Nothing adds to that special dining ambiance more than a mother of twins potty training her kids at the next table   (ksl.com) divider line 39
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2012-09-03 10:43:19 AM
Die.
 
2012-09-03 11:00:13 AM
And the picture an onlooker snapped

Would you trust the word of a sex-offenderish person who takes pictures of naked children in restaurants?
 
2012-09-03 11:05:53 AM
beat that biatch with a football bat
 
2012-09-03 11:08:18 AM

JasonOfOrillia: And the picture an onlooker snapped

Would you trust the word of a sex-offenderish person who takes pictures of naked children in restaurants?


Yep, sex offender registry for everyone who's seen the pic in 3..2.. Hang on, someone's at the door.
 
2012-09-03 12:03:08 PM
I'm just waiting for this to be blamed on breastfeeding.

"She wouldn't breastfeed the baby in the toilet, so I thought it was OK if my kids shat, while you ate some lasagna."
 
2012-09-03 12:10:48 PM

JasonOfOrillia: And the picture an onlooker snapped

Would you trust the word of a sex-offenderish person who takes pictures of naked children in restaurants?


If the pic is of kids pissing and shiatting into potty seats at a restaurant, I wouldn't think sex offender, I would think concerned citizen letting us know about a dumbass mother who thinks there is nothing wrong letting her kids piss at the table in restaurants. A mother who is in need of a fist to the face.
 
2012-09-03 12:31:04 PM
It's no secret that Moomies are the most selfish, most clueless creatures to waddle on the planet, but this takes the "f*ck the world, now worship my babies and worship ME for having babies!" attitude to a new low.
 
2012-09-03 12:43:00 PM

Mayhem of the Black Underclass: I'm just waiting for this to be blamed on breastfeeding.

"She wouldn't breastfeed the baby in the toilet, so I thought it was OK if my kids shat, while you ate some lasagna."


Hey man, it's just a natural excretion of body fluids. Stop being such a prude, and grow up. Studies show that shiatting in public prevents autism (or something).
 
2012-09-03 12:46:50 PM
who hasn't had a disappointing deli sandwich? ruined your lunch, it was over priced, you're left disgusted. and it crosses your mind how glorious it would be to just leave a Grade A dookie right there on the table, steaming hot and stinking. i know, i know. i too have had to fight those urges all my adult life. sadly using manners and conforming to acceptable norms of society squashes ones ability to truly express one's self.

/poop
 
2012-09-03 01:18:56 PM
You know, the minute my kid starts the fuss, we generally take her outside. We change her the minute she poops. I am generally considerate of other people because, let's be honest, I don't much like many other parents. Some of my parenting experience comes from things like this: watching idiots is a great lesson is what not to do. Like standing in the Wal-Mart kids clothing section and screaming about how much toddler t-shirts cost at your wife and kid. I mean, full blown adult temper tantrum over a $4 kid's t-shirt.

shiat like this, excuse the pun, is why I support licensing parents.
 
2012-09-03 02:00:35 PM
Ah, this bring backs memories of a birthday party with my in-laws (now out-laws) at the Applebee's in Branson in the mid-1990s.

We were at a table in the center when all of a sudden I'm like, "Do I smell shiat?" I looked over the table next to us and, sure enough, a couple were changing the baby right then and there.

I said very loudly, "Oh my God, that's the most white trash thing I've ever seen!" My in-laws replied, "Shhhh, they might hear you." My response: "I hope to God they heard me."
 
2012-09-03 02:18:38 PM
And nobody said a word? Have we been bred to be cowards?
 
2012-09-03 02:29:57 PM

trotsky: You know, the minute my kid starts the fuss, we generally take her outside. We change her the minute she poops. I am generally considerate of other people because, let's be honest, I don't much like many other parents. Some of my parenting experience comes from things like this: watching idiots is a great lesson is what not to do. Like standing in the Wal-Mart kids clothing section and screaming about how much toddler t-shirts cost at your wife and kid. I mean, full blown adult temper tantrum over a $4 kid's t-shirt.

shiat like this, excuse the pun, is why I support licensing parents.


"You know, Mrs. Buckman, you need a license to buy a dog, to drive a car - hell, you even need a license to catch a fish. But they'll let any butt-reaming a-hole be a father."
 
2012-09-03 02:43:39 PM

halB: And nobody said a word? Have we been bred to be cowards?


Not only are there laws supporting diaper changing in public, there are very vocal support groups. One peep and dozens of women will bring their babies in for a diaper-in.

/health code violation?
 
2012-09-03 03:29:58 PM
That mom is the most disgusting, selfish, lazy, idiotic, and narcissistic piece of white trash I have ever heard about.

I have two kids and potty training took about four days each, with only two soiled-pants episodes per kid.

Some people try too early and feel like it's a big struggle. Just wait a little longer until the kids starts to feel uncomfortable with shiat in their shorts, and then take the diapers away. And no, it wasn't when they were nine. They were each around two years old.

/And interview mom is MILFtastic. She'd look a lot better on her back.
 
2012-09-03 04:06:31 PM
That isn't potty-training. That is teaching the kids it's OK to shiat anywhere, even without a diaper. Half of the point of potty-training is that you actually go into another room to use the toilet instead of shiatting wherever you stand (or sit, as the case may be).

And...
Re: changing your kid at the table... I'm sorry, but I've changed more than a few diapers in my day. I don't want that anywhere NEAR my food, especially if you're changing a boy. I can just see a line of piss flying over dad's shoulder to splash in the soup on the next table.
 
2012-09-03 04:30:42 PM

Jgok: That isn't potty-training. That is teaching the kids it's OK to shiat anywhere, even without a diaper. Half of the point of potty-training is that you actually go into another room to use the toilet instead of shiatting wherever you stand (or sit, as the case may be).

And...
Re: changing your kid at the table... I'm sorry, but I've changed more than a few diapers in my day. I don't want that anywhere NEAR my food, especially if you're changing a boy. I can just see a line of piss flying over dad's shoulder to splash in the soup on the next table.


Dad chuckles, says "kids, huh?" assures you that the kid isnt sick so its ok. then turns back to his bidness without offering to pay.
 
2012-09-03 04:42:02 PM
I work at a bowling alley. We had a lady change a kid's diaper yesterday on the floor right next to the snack bar. It's ok though, she would've had to walk another ten feet to get into the restroom that's equipped with a baby changing station.
 
2012-09-03 06:13:20 PM
I'm pretty lenient with parents and kids since I have one. But come on, a little respect for the people around you please.
 
2012-09-03 07:17:33 PM
That child should have been registered as a sex offender.
 
2012-09-03 07:49:36 PM

halB: And nobody said a word? Have we been bred to be cowards?


Maybe nobody could figure out what TO say.
 
2012-09-03 08:17:05 PM

AcneVulgaris: halB: And nobody said a word? Have we been bred to be cowards?

Maybe nobody could figure out what TO say.


How about 'Hey lady, you don't see any of US shiatting in here, so take it in the bathroom'?
 
2012-09-03 09:31:26 PM
I take solace in the knowledge that these kids will, henceforth, shiat at the dinner table at home.
 
zez
2012-09-03 11:03:17 PM

pgh9fan: I work at a bowling alley. We had a lady change a kid's diaper yesterday on the floor right next to the snack bar. It's ok though, she would've had to walk another ten feet to get into the restroom that's equipped with a baby changing station.


As a SAHD I've changed many diapers on the tables of places that have a changing table in the women's restroom but not in the men's.

/have also gone into the women's restroom to change a diaper in that situation too
//scared the hell out of the female manager when she walked in
///assumes there is now a changing table in the men's bathroom
 
2012-09-03 11:55:21 PM

zez: pgh9fan: I work at a bowling alley. We had a lady change a kid's diaper yesterday on the floor right next to the snack bar. It's ok though, she would've had to walk another ten feet to get into the restroom that's equipped with a baby changing station.

As a SAHD I've changed many diapers on the tables of places that have a changing table in the women's restroom but not in the men's.

/have also gone into the women's restroom to change a diaper in that situation too
//scared the hell out of the female manager when she walked in
///assumes there is now a changing table in the men's bathroom


At the store the other day my little guy (22 months) needed a new diaper and just laid down on the middle of the floor and put his legs in the air. Pretty funny... obviously he was carted off to the bathroom where he thought the acoustics were amusing (he was making noises at the top of his lungs the whole time as he liked the echos). I think he'd be pissed though if we put the potty chair at a restaurant table. The big deal for him is that he gets to dump his potty/flush the big one.
 
2012-09-04 12:07:54 AM

zez: pgh9fan: I work at a bowling alley. We had a lady change a kid's diaper yesterday on the floor right next to the snack bar. It's ok though, she would've had to walk another ten feet to get into the restroom that's equipped with a baby changing station.

As a SAHD I've changed many diapers on the tables of places that have a changing table in the women's restroom but not in the men's.

/have also gone into the women's restroom to change a diaper in that situation too
//scared the hell out of the female manager when she walked in
///assumes there is now a changing table in the men's bathroom


For the record, we have a changing station in both the ladies' and men's rooms.
 
2012-09-04 12:46:39 AM
Beat that biatch with an aluminum bat and flush her offspring. Yuck. Smelly coont.
 
2012-09-04 02:01:00 AM

pgh9fan: For the record, we have a changing station in both the ladies' and men's rooms.


There are many places that do, but there are also many places that still don't. If it's vaguely new construction it probably does, but I've seen plenty of older buildings with more 'traditional' users that don't.
 
2012-09-04 02:01:46 AM
Lehi. Home of the nicest trash in utah.
 
2012-09-04 02:30:24 AM
W.T.F.

I'm damn tolerant of the antics of parents with small children most of the time. I have a pack of my own, and I know how stressful it is trying to deal with them in public. I empathize with parents that have tried to ignore the pissy stares from strangers when your kid is throwing a temper tantrum or manages to escape your clutches and make an ass out himself (and you) by either darting in front of a car or grabbing an apple from the bottom of a pile at the grocery store, causing a massive scene.

But this is insane. I get overwhelmed with all the regular crap I have to carry around for the kids. Diapers, wipes, spare clothes, tylenol, snacks, water, emergency shut-the-hell-up toys, and all that shiat. Who in the hell hauls two training potties into a restaurant?? If your kids can't make it through a chicken nugget meal without taking a shiat, then take them through the goddamned drive thru, you moran.
 
2012-09-04 09:28:59 AM
That woman should kill herself.
 
2012-09-04 12:53:38 PM

trotsky: You know, the minute my kid starts the fuss, we generally take her outside. We change her the minute she poops. I am generally considerate of other people because, let's be honest, I don't much like many other parents. Some of my parenting experience comes from things like this: watching idiots is a great lesson is what not to do. Like standing in the Wal-Mart kids clothing section and screaming about how much toddler t-shirts cost at your wife and kid. I mean, full blown adult temper tantrum over a $4 kid's t-shirt.

shiat like this, excuse the pun, is why I support licensing parents.


Is it OK to yell about how there are only sweaters and heavy jackets for sale when it is going to be over 100 degrees most days for at least the next month?
 
2012-09-04 02:20:21 PM
How the FARK could this idea even occur to someone??
 
2012-09-04 03:17:20 PM

Shrugging Atlas: How the FARK could this idea even occur to someone??



What he said. I am not looking forward to toilet training myself, but god knows I'd never haul potties into public places to get it done. Isn't the whole point of toilet training teaching a kid how to use, I dunno, a *bathroom*?
 
2012-09-04 04:28:10 PM

Tobin_Lam: trotsky: You know, the minute my kid starts the fuss, we generally take her outside. We change her the minute she poops. I am generally considerate of other people because, let's be honest, I don't much like many other parents. Some of my parenting experience comes from things like this: watching idiots is a great lesson is what not to do. Like standing in the Wal-Mart kids clothing section and screaming about how much toddler t-shirts cost at your wife and kid. I mean, full blown adult temper tantrum over a $4 kid's t-shirt.

shiat like this, excuse the pun, is why I support licensing parents.

Is it OK to yell about how there are only sweaters and heavy jackets for sale when it is going to be over 100 degrees most days for at least the next month?


That's OK. I did that myself.

/None of her summer stuff fits anymore.
//Too hot to Fleece jammies.
 
2012-09-05 09:32:31 PM
Missed this thread, but dammit I hate when a good repeat gets rolling and then gets redded, so I'm going to post this anyway:

Hey Mom of these kids: do you usually mess yourself at the dinner table? Do you eat and drink on the can? Okay, lady whose ass grew into the toilet seat, settle down. You are exempt from this conversation. Everyone else, though, do you keep a healthy separation between food going in and going back out again?

Most people do. You, Mom of these kids, are in fact un-toilet-training your kids. You are training them to release their bladder and bowels when food and drink is consumed. This is the opposite of the kind of control needed to be successfully trained. You are reverse training them.

Also, you are a nasty disgusting person and you suck.
 
2012-09-05 09:58:12 PM
Silly woman, she should have bought some of those crotchless potty training pants they use in China and just have them go on the floor.

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2012-09-05 10:03:09 PM
Two observations.

I feel sorry for this mother. She is only trying to do her best with her kids and will not be open to public scorn and criticism from people who have no idea what she is going through.

Also, whoever took this picture ought to be ashamed. They are nothing more than big gossips who probably have done things they are ashamed of as well.

Finally, what's the big deal? There are probably plenty of kids in the restaurant who are pooping in their diapers. This sounds more sanitary. At least they don't have to sit in their own filth.
 
2012-09-06 11:57:03 AM

Big_Doofus: Two observations.

I feel sorry for this mother. She is only trying to do her best with her kids and will not be open to public scorn and criticism from people who have no idea what she is going through.

Also, whoever took this picture ought to be ashamed. They are nothing more than big gossips who probably have done things they are ashamed of as well.

Finally, what's the big deal? There are probably plenty of kids in the restaurant who are pooping in their diapers. This sounds more sanitary. At least they don't have to sit in their own filth.




Well, at least your handle is accurate. What a moran.


/Either that, or I got trolled.
 
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