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2012-12-23 04:39:28 PM

Son of Thunder: Good on her for knowing her rights and sticking to her guns (so to speak). If I lived over there, for every one of you in the thread who said "I'd leave", I'd go eat there twice.


Well good for you. I'm sure you won't even taste the babby poop.
 
2012-12-23 04:42:38 PM

The Great Gazoo: here to help: The Great Gazoo: Hey, I'm not saying that seeing my wife's boob hanging out didn't make me say to myself "I need to get me some of that".

I had a GF who was still breastfeeding her kid (not mine) and those suckers used to fire off during sex.

It was HILARIOUS.

well... it was hilarious to me. She was mortified because we had just started dating. lol

Yep. Happened to us, too. My wife was embarrassed, I thought it was funny.


I licked off a couple dribbles to make her see I didn't care (I think that freaked her out a bit though for a second).

Was kind of sweet but I certainly didn't want to make a habit of it.
 
2012-12-23 04:45:10 PM

FloydA: TheSpaceAdmiral: I'm not sure I really understand the potential health risk.  This is happening out front, not in the kitchen (so far as we know),

That's the important part.  If I'm sitting in the dining room, and I see a member of the staff breastfeeding while walking around in front of the customers, I'm going to wonder what else taking place out of my sight.

Breast feed all you want, but please, please have at least some tiny amount of consideration for the people around you.  You are not "performing a miracle of nourishing life," you are secreting body fluids, and while it's perfectly natural, I don't want to see it while I'm eating.

If that offends the restaurant owners, they should probably let potential customers know ahead of time, so that we can make an informed decision.  Maybe something like a sign on the door saying "Our employees secrete bodily fluids while on duty and customers are expected to compliment them on their successful secretions because they are new mothers and that makes them special, so f**k you."

That way, I'll know that your restaurant does not want my money.


Often babies have nappies full of shiat as well. Most when in the restaurant with parents are in high chairs and not hovering over tables or perhaps close to clothes that are used for wiping the table.

I can also guarantee if she cannot wait 20 minutes to finish a breastfeed she wouldn't stop to immediately change a shiatty diaper and that is probably why patrons are complaining. They can probably smell it.

Also safety for the child. If she has to help because it is so busy, then how much of a stretch of the imagination it would be for another server or cook (she must be going out the back with the baby to take the dishes out their) to wack the baby in the face with an elbow, trip over and poor boiling oil on it etc. You know accidents that happen in kitchens and very rushed restaurants.


A working restuarant is not a safe place for a baby to be carried about while someone is trying to do their work. The kitchen is especially not a safe place.
 
2012-12-23 04:45:26 PM
Oh, this again. A few thoughts:

1) How can you preform your job duties while breastfeeding? I would imagine that cleaning a table requires both hands.
2) Why aren't you leaving your kid at home? It's really nice that your boss has no problem bringing your kid to work with you, but breastfeeding the kid while cleaning a table must really be taking advantage of his nice nature.
3) Of course people have an issue with this you twat! But I'll get more into that later on.
4) There is a sanitation issue when ever there is any form of fluid exchange from one person to another.
5) I think that you did this, not to help out, but because you knew it would get attention and you wanted to stand on your soap box
6) Your life may revolve around your child, but ours does not. We don't give a damn about your child, the day to day troubles you have balancing family and work, or any of that mess. We go to restaurants to eat, not to see you breastfeed your child in what was probably more of a form of protest about society and their views on public breastfeeding than about actually feeding your child.
7) Your were breastfeeding your child, your boss did not ask you in any way shape or form to help out. You made that choice, not him. You should have remained out of site.
8) Why the hell do so many breast feeding mothers want to make a farking big deal about breastfeeding in public? I know that it's natural, but so is masturbation, pissing and sex. Doesn't mean we need to do those things out in the open as well.
9) Customers have the right to complain. Having a child doesn't exempt you from those complaints. Especially when the child is a part of those complaints. Don't like that customers complained that you were doing your job in food service with a child clamped to your nipple. Sounds like you have two rather easy solutions: either leave the child at home/with a sitter or find a new job.
10) Unless you work in child care, please leave your kids at home. I really can't stress this one enough. I don't want the kids of the waitstaff running around the kitchen and dining areas. My first job selling insurance I was in an office with many single mothers. Summer time, christmas break, teacher work days, spring and christmas break as well as thanksgiving break there were kids running around the office. The office was a mess due to all the toys laying around and the kids who had gotten into everything. They would run around screaming. One married couple worked there and were busting their asses to reach the point of opening up their own office. Their kid was 10 years old. They had been pushing for this for two years. For two years that kid was at the office 12 plus hours a day during the summer, weekend and school holidays and on school days he would go from school straight to the office until it was time for him to bathe and go to bed. We wanted that whiny brat around the office as much as he wanted to be there. Please, don't burden customers or coworkers with your kids. We don't want to deal with them.
 
2012-12-23 04:47:30 PM
Her actions may not be the best marketing strategy, but she's not contaminating food, so it's her right to do so.

A picture of some guy from Soldier of Fortune rambo-ing it up with an AR-15 will make me and many. many people avoid your store even if there is something I want to buy. But I would defend your right to display it.

Right wingers like big government as long as it's authoritarianism - more cops, more military, less freedoms to do harmless things.

La Leche should march topless outside the complainants' churches.
 
2012-12-23 04:49:27 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary.  I'm sorry, but you either need to take a leave of absence or leave the kid with a babysitter while you're working.  Don't farking breastfeed on the job like that.  Blech.


A baby eating the way it was meant to eat is not unsanitary. Anyone who thinks so is damaged and dysfunctional. If you can eat in a restaurant a baby should be able to. You don't go hide and eat your meals.

You know what is unsanitary? Every time I go out to eat I see some gross adult sneezing, coughing, picking their nose or chewing with their mouth open and spewing flecks of spit.

The people who equate feeding a baby with " taking a sh* t" are flat out retarded. There is no helping someone that stupid.
 
2012-12-23 04:52:27 PM
So if she pasteurized her boobs, would that make it okay?
 
2012-12-23 04:53:18 PM

Great Janitor: Oh, this again. A few thoughts:

1) How can you preform your job duties while breastfeeding? I would imagine that cleaning a table requires both hands.
2) Why aren't you leaving your kid at home? It's really nice that your boss has no problem bringing your kid to work with you, but breastfeeding the kid while cleaning a table must really be taking advantage of his nice nature.
3) Of course people have an issue with this you twat! But I'll get more into that later on.
4) There is a sanitation issue when ever there is any form of fluid exchange from one person to another.
5) I think that you did this, not to help out, but because you knew it would get attention and you wanted to stand on your soap box
6) Your life may revolve around your child, but ours does not. We don't give a damn about your child, the day to day troubles you have balancing family and work, or any of that mess. We go to restaurants to eat, not to see you breastfeed your child in what was probably more of a form of protest about society and their views on public breastfeeding than about actually feeding your child.
7) Your were breastfeeding your child, your boss did not ask you in any way shape or form to help out. You made that choice, not him. You should have remained out of site.
8) Why the hell do so many breast feeding mothers want to make a farking big deal about breastfeeding in public? I know that it's natural, but so is masturbation, pissing and sex. Doesn't mean we need to do those things out in the open as well.
9) Customers have the right to complain. Having a child doesn't exempt you from those complaints. Especially when the child is a part of those complaints. Don't like that customers complained that you were doing your job in food service with a child clamped to your nipple. Sounds like you have two rather easy solutions: either leave the child at home/with a sitter or find a new job.
10) Unless you work in child care, please leave your kids at home. I really can't ...


She's the owner of the restaurant, so she's well within her rights to do whatever the fark she wants, as long as it's within health codes, and apparently this is. But considering the poor judgement she's displayed in choosing to suckle while working there, fully aware via complaints that her customers find it off-putting, she will most likely not be in business for very long.
 
2012-12-23 04:54:11 PM
My girlfriend likes to cock-feed from me at restaurants while we're waiting for our meals. A bit of an appetiser if you will. Sometimes some patrons will act annoyed or even call us rude for doing it, but as far as I'm concerned though it's a perfectly natural, and even beautiful act. I for one don't plan to stop because a bunch of busybodies are getting their panties in a bunch.  I absolutely agree that babies, or anyone really; let's not discriminate, should be able to suck on a person's organs to obtain bodily fluids wherever and whenever they want.
 
2012-12-23 04:54:29 PM

Son of Thunder: Good on her for knowing her rights and sticking to her guns (so to speak). If I lived over there, for every one of you in the thread who said "I'd leave", I'd go eat there twice.


I couldn't agree more. There is nothing gross or untoward about any of it.

/still don't get how she fed the baby while clearing a table
 
2012-12-23 04:56:16 PM

Mija: A baby eating the way it was meant to eat is not unsanitary. Anyone who thinks so is damaged and dysfunctional. If you can eat in a restaurant a baby should be able to. You don't go hide and eat your meals.


Ah, ye olde "I should be able to deliver my children wherever I want to" argument.
 
2012-12-23 04:57:46 PM
My ex breast fed all our kids, and I agree it's the best option for babies as well as mothers.  All these women who complain that they can't lose the baby weight never tried breastfeeding.

That being said, there's a time and a place for everything, and a restaurant isn't a place for this.  While it didn't bother me to see my wife breast feed our kids, the last thing I want to see is some woman whip out her floppy milk bags while I'm eating a meal.

Also, if shes walking around the dining area with a kid hanging off her utters, who's to say she's not walking around other areas of the restaurant doing the same?  If she's clearing tables then she presumably has to take the dirty dishes to the wash area where clean dishes will be exposed.  It's not like those things have a shut off valve, if that kid suddenly pulls his mouth off that stuff can spray across the room.
 
2012-12-23 05:01:29 PM
Did she offer the paying customers any? If not, that's just rude, and I can see why people are upset.
 
2012-12-23 05:04:25 PM
I'm not going to call it a health or sanitation issue.
I'm going to call it a respect issue.
She is demonstrating a lack of respect for her customers, and a serious lack of regard for her child.
 
2012-12-23 05:04:53 PM

aimtastic: Great Janitor: Oh, this again. A few thoughts:

1) How can you preform your job duties while breastfeeding? I would imagine that cleaning a table requires both hands.
2) Why aren't you leaving your kid at home? It's really nice that your boss has no problem bringing your kid to work with you, but breastfeeding the kid while cleaning a table must really be taking advantage of his nice nature.
3) Of course people have an issue with this you twat! But I'll get more into that later on.
4) There is a sanitation issue when ever there is any form of fluid exchange from one person to another.
5) I think that you did this, not to help out, but because you knew it would get attention and you wanted to stand on your soap box
6) Your life may revolve around your child, but ours does not. We don't give a damn about your child, the day to day troubles you have balancing family and work, or any of that mess. We go to restaurants to eat, not to see you breastfeed your child in what was probably more of a form of protest about society and their views on public breastfeeding than about actually feeding your child.
7) Your were breastfeeding your child, your boss did not ask you in any way shape or form to help out. You made that choice, not him. You should have remained out of site.
8) Why the hell do so many breast feeding mothers want to make a farking big deal about breastfeeding in public? I know that it's natural, but so is masturbation, pissing and sex. Doesn't mean we need to do those things out in the open as well.
9) Customers have the right to complain. Having a child doesn't exempt you from those complaints. Especially when the child is a part of those complaints. Don't like that customers complained that you were doing your job in food service with a child clamped to your nipple. Sounds like you have two rather easy solutions: either leave the child at home/with a sitter or find a new job.
10) Unless you work in child care, please leave your kids at home. I really can't . ...

She's the owner of the restaurant, so she's well within her rights to do whatever the fark she wants, as long as it's within health codes, and apparently this is. But considering the poor judgement she's displayed in choosing to suckle while working there, fully aware via complaints that her customers find it off-putting, she will most likely not be in business for very long.


I am amazed this is within health code standards. Still, doing this on the job, any job, is very bad. Also, I'd hate to be her employees. Having to put up with a woman who sees no problem bringing her kid to work is bad enough, but in a restaurant environment, I can't even imagine that. I've worked in a few restaurants, those aren't places for babies or children.
 
2012-12-23 05:05:19 PM

aimtastic: You're doing something in the restaurant you own that, while perfectly legal, your patrons consider icky enough to lodge formal complaints about it. Presumably more customers didn't bother filing complaints but just never came back. Do you keep doing it while whining about your rights? Or do you realize that walking around a dining room with a baby hanging off your boob might be off-putting to your customers and cut it out?


This. I'm trying to eat, I don't want to watch someone's tit hanging out and milk possibly dribbling all over the place along with whatever baby effluvia. Why is it so farking hard to go use a back room, or break room, or bathroom, or pretty much ANYWHERE else where others don't have to see.* Oh yea, that's right, because they're giant attention whores.

*This can also apply to disgustingly obese people generally found on 'mobility devices'. Where the fark is zombie apocalypse already.
 
2012-12-23 05:05:29 PM

manwithplanx: The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary.  I'm sorry, but you either need to take a leave of absence or leave the kid with a babysitter while you're working.  Don't farking breastfeed on the job like that.  Blech.

There are serious protections for mothers who breastfeed children on the job. Their child has far more right to be fed than you have at not being grossed out. And as long as she isn't feeding the child around food that has yet to be eaten or prepared then I don't really think there are any sanitary concerns.


I have a right not to eat at a restaurant where I am grossed out.

If I wasn't informed that this would be going on, and I see it in the middle of my meal and lose my appetite, I don't think I should have to pay for the meal that I was only able to half eat due to the conditions in the restaurant.
 
2012-12-23 05:09:24 PM
How hard is it to just feed the little shiat in back. fark.
 
2012-12-23 05:09:41 PM
I guess I just don't see it as appropriate to feed a child while working no matter what the method of feeding is.

If I was your waiter and I came up to you towing my 4m old in a high chair and tossing "airplanes" of mush into his mouth, would that be appropriate?
 
2012-12-23 05:11:23 PM

Mija: You know what is unsanitary? Every time I go out to eat I see some gross adult sneezing, coughing, picking their nose or chewing with their mouth open and spewing flecks of spit.

The people who equate feeding a baby with " taking a sh* t" are flat out retarded. There is no helping someone that stupid.


And I wouldn't eat at a restaurant where any of those behaviors were taking place, either.
 
2012-12-23 05:14:39 PM
Hannah Gibson, who owns Rocco's Ristorante Italiano in Dartmouth, said when things get busy at the restaurant she'll pitch in even if her son Carson, who is just eight months old, is hungry.


i1171.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-23 05:14:46 PM
If breastfeeding bothers you, you need to grow up.

Oh, and ladies, if you choose not to be discrete about it I am going to look. I won't make comments or stare but you might catch me taking a peek. Deal with it.
 
2012-12-23 05:14:48 PM
FTFA:

Gibson said inspectors told her if they continued to receive complaints that she is breastfeeding while working at her restaurant or handling food while doing it they will continue to investigate.

But she said until someone says otherwise, Carson will continue to accompany her to the restaurant.


So, this going to burden her staff and customers with her brat until basically she's told to stop or they'll shut her down. What a cow! To think that her right to breast feed in public outweigh the rights of her customers to not want to see it while eating or her employee's rights not to want to see it.

If I was there and I saw this biatch nursing while working I would go to her and demand a full and complete refund.

Going to enjoy future follows ups such as woman who breastfeed while serving customers doesn't understand why customers are demanding refunds. Woman who toilet trained her kid in her restaurant upset that so many customers complained and an investigation was launched. Woman's restaurant shut down, blames people everyone but herself.
 
2012-12-23 05:16:54 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary


Really?

"I was clearing a table while breastfeeding," she told CBC News.


Yeah! She might get those dirty dishes... dirty.


Idiot.
 
2012-12-23 05:17:16 PM

Amos Quito: So if she pasteurized her boobs, would that make it okay?


Just wipe the nipples with whiskey.  Babba will sleep better, too.
 
2012-12-23 05:18:38 PM

Via Infinito: quickdraw: She isnt endangering anyone and she isnt breaking any codes or laws. Its just a bunch of busybodies who want big government to step in and further regulate the small business owner. Not only do these busybodies want to interfere with her livelihood - they want to tell her how she can raise her children as well.

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You're being deliberately hyperbolic here. I just can't tell if it's sarcasm or trolling attempt.


When in doubt, always check the profile.
 
2012-12-23 05:18:44 PM

udhq: If I wasn't informed that this would be going on, and I see it in the middle of my meal and lose my appetite,


Seeing a child breast feeding would cause you to lose your appetite? Really? You might want to start therapy because that isn't normal. Seriously, not by a long shot.
 
2012-12-23 05:20:27 PM
the fact that she's complaining about it and not at all chagrined is indicative of the kind of standards they have at that place. perhaps she should investigate a different career. not only that, but in some countries, apparently not including canada, proprietors want to please their customers. if there's not a market for shiatburgers, then customers are unlikely to frequent your establishment. if you like playing heavy metal at 100 decibels, your restaurant may lose business. i guess the story here is that even stupid people sometimes manage to own restaurants.
 
2012-12-23 05:22:56 PM

jst3p: udhq: If I wasn't informed that this would be going on, and I see it in the middle of my meal and lose my appetite,

Seeing a child breast feeding would cause you to lose your appetite? Really? You might want to start therapy because that isn't normal. Seriously, not by a long shot.


Some titties are rather disgusting.

Especially those veiny ones with all the stretch marks and a couple hairs sticking out the areolas.

Kids are just gross in general.
 
2012-12-23 05:23:19 PM
I don't have a problem with the boob hanging out. There's nothing offensive about body parts.

I do have a problem with the baby. Babies are filthy, revolting little creatures (no, I don't mean that as an insult to those of you with children). Unless she's giving the baby a bath every time it excretes some kind of waste products, it's dirty. If she's carrying it around in the dining room, it means she's walking around touching stuff with dirty hands. Sorry, that's absolutely not legal where I live, and I'm not okay with it. If someone I supervised would have tried pulling this stunt behind the counter where I used to work, I would have said what would essentially boil down to, "What the actual fark are you doing?"
 
2012-12-23 05:25:40 PM
Wow, I was being pretty hard on myself today, feeling like I wasn't the greatest person, but then I read this thread and now I realize I'm so much better and well adjusted that 90% of the morans in here.

Feels good man.
 
2012-12-23 05:26:24 PM
Body fluids can transmit disease you morons. Would it be OK if I jacked off in your mashed potatoes?
 
2012-12-23 05:26:36 PM
I don't care if I am called a busy body, but if I'm a customer at a place I'm paying good money to eat at, I don't expect that anything that is legal to do is acceptable in the restaurant. Sure you might be legally allowed to wear one pair of underwear on your head and one pair on your body and nothing else in between, but if I see that's allowed at a restaurant I'm paying to be in, then I will leave and won't come back. Of course you have a right to be an owner of a place where it's anything goes. In fact, open your place and call it Titty Sucking All The Time Cafe. I wish you good luck with your business, but don't get mad that I don't want to pay good money to look at that while I'm trying to enjoy my dinner.
 
2012-12-23 05:27:24 PM

jst3p: The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary

Really?

"I was clearing a table while breastfeeding," she told CBC News.


Yeah! She might get those dirty dishes... dirty.


Idiot.


You don't think that if she's doing this while busing tables she may also be doing it while performing other duties at the restaurant?  One can assume if she's clearing dirty dishes, at some point she has to take those dirty dishes to the wash area where CLEAN dishes would be around as well.
 
2012-12-23 05:28:13 PM
Time management is an essential skill for any business owner. I don't think she's quite there yet, though.
 
2012-12-23 05:29:06 PM

ReapTheChaos: jst3p: The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary

Really?

"I was clearing a table while breastfeeding," she told CBC News.


Yeah! She might get those dirty dishes... dirty.


Idiot.

You don't think that if she's doing this while busing tables she may also be doing it while performing other duties at the restaurant?  One can assume if she's clearing dirty dishes, at some point she has to take those dirty dishes to the wash area where CLEAN dishes would be around as well.


Assume what you want, those facts are not present in TFA. I could assume that the cook isn't paid enough and spits in every third burger but that doesn't make it fact.
 
2012-12-23 05:33:03 PM

jst3p: udhq: If I wasn't informed that this would be going on, and I see it in the middle of my meal and lose my appetite,

Seeing a child breast feeding would cause you to lose your appetite? Really? You might want to start therapy because that isn't normal. Seriously, not by a long shot.


Don't get me wrong, I love the female body, but there is an appropriate time and place for everything. If I had done the equivalent of what this woman did--whip out what our culture considers a taboo body part and start secreting a bodily fluid from it--I would be in prison.

And I do agree with what you wrote earlier: a big part of this is that is that it puts me, as the customer, on eggshells, where it is incumbent upon me to make a concerted effort not to look, which can be tricky. This is a service-industry environment, and for an owner to put me in this kind of a position just isn't really appropriate.
 
2012-12-23 05:34:45 PM
quickdraw:

WARNING: This may affect your desire to eat out in the future - but customers (of all ages) regularly drool, cough, spit up and generally rub their snot all over the table when they eat in public. When you are clearing away a table you are simply removing the top layer of assorted bodily detritus. Setting the table is when you get concerned about making sure it is as sanitary as possible for the next customer.

And who is to say she isn't stirring a pot of food with the kid hanging off her tit? Or setting a new table? Does she really draw the line at only clearing tables, considering she appears baffled that such a thing could be off-putting for customers? I'd never go back to a restaurant that had ANYONE working there holding and having a little kid around the food/tables.  Kids are disgusting, with the germs and illnesses and such and in no way capable of being up to health codes.

How incredibly stupid is this woman?
 
2012-12-23 05:35:49 PM
This could be solved if the restaurant imposed a not bitty now, bitty later policy...
 
2012-12-23 05:39:00 PM

udhq: Don't get me wrong, I love the female body, but there is an appropriate time and place for everything. If I had done the equivalent of what this woman did--whip out what our culture considers a taboo body part and start secreting a bodily fluid from it--I would be in prison.


This is because there is a big difference between you jacking it and a baby eating. It is a really horrible comparison on your part, as evidenced by the fact that one is illegal and one isn't.

Many people feel that the "appropriate time and place" is where you are when the baby is hungry. And the number of people who have a problem with it is shrinking. A better comparison would be seeing two guys kissing. Sorry if it grosses you out but you are the one with the issue, you need to learn to deal with it.


And I do agree with what you wrote earlier: a big part of this is that is that it puts me, as the customer, on eggshells, where it is incumbent upon me to make a concerted effort not to look, which can be tricky. This is a service-industry environment, and for an owner to put me in this kind of a position just isn't really appropriate.


That is your opinion, and you are entitled to it. I just a) disagree and b) think if it really causes you to lose your appetite then you have serious issues.
 
2012-12-23 05:40:42 PM
Jeeeeze some of you are just precious - there is no evidence she ever did anything unsanitary with her business. Oh what's that? It's her business - yeah you can be upset, "disgusted" or otherwise put off and not eat there. Maybe there's enough of you to drive her out of business - I'd guess not tho. This thread seems to have brought together the "I hate crotchfruits" with the "womens shuld just stay at home in ma kichen" crowd.

What you should be worried about is what the cooks are doing to your food, or not doing as the case may be. You want to make sure your line cooks are doing coke and not smoking weed. Coked up cooks are the best.
 
2012-12-23 05:40:58 PM

YouSaidWhat: Hannah Gibson, who owns Rocco's Ristorante Italiano in Dartmouth, said when things get busy at the restaurant she'll pitch in even if her son Carson, who is just eight months old, is hungry.


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A living example of the hot vs. crazy correlation chart.
 
2012-12-23 05:48:09 PM
How would you feel if your waiter was eating a hamburger while he was working? One hand stuffing a burger in his face, other hand setting tables, passing out food, checks, etc. Crumbs falling down on the floor, maybe the occasional blob of mayo plopping down on a table. I have a feeling a lot of people would find this a little gross and unsanitary, as well as unprofessional. You wanna eat? fine, go sit down somewhere and eat, then come back to your work, don't combine the two. I don't see why it should be any different for this baby, especially since they have a tendency to poop and puke. Go sit somewhere for a couple minutes then come back to your work. I'm all for breastfeeding but at a certain point these women are just showing off.
 
2012-12-23 05:51:05 PM
Hey, if she feeds her filthy spawn in the dinning area how do we know this woman isn't in the back sacrificing goats in the name of Lucifer? Rubbing the blood and entrails all over the food and utensils? WE CAN'T KNOW
 
2012-12-23 05:52:25 PM

lewismarktwo: Hey, if she feeds her filthy spawn in the dinning area how do we know this woman isn't in the back sacrificing goats in the name of Lucifer? Rubbing the blood and entrails all over the food and utensils? WE CAN'T KNOW


I think we should just assume she isn't, I mean it is the only logical thing to do!
 
2012-12-23 05:52:56 PM
You guys are slacking:

"I'll have what he's having".
 
2012-12-23 05:53:00 PM

jst3p: lewismarktwo: Hey, if she feeds her filthy spawn in the dinning area how do we know this woman isn't in the back sacrificing goats in the name of Lucifer? Rubbing the blood and entrails all over the food and utensils? WE CAN'T KNOW

I think we should just assume she isn't, I mean it is the only logical thing to do!



Damnitsomuch
 
2012-12-23 05:53:49 PM
Bu... but..BUT IT'S NATURAL!

Yeah, so is masturbation, but I rub one out at the red lobster and I'm a criminal!
 
2012-12-23 05:58:20 PM

jst3p: lewismarktwo: Hey, if she feeds her filthy spawn in the dinning area how do we know this woman isn't in the back sacrificing goats in the name of Lucifer? Rubbing the blood and entrails all over the food and utensils? WE CAN'T KNOW

I think we should just assume she isn't, I mean it is the only logical thing to do!


Nah man, if I see a woman letting a tiny germ factory gnaw on her DETRITUS SPEWING TEET anywhere near anything else, then I can safely assume she's mixing up some sarin gas inside a syphilitic pig skull just out of sight. Or worse.
 
gja [TotalFark]
2012-12-23 06:01:58 PM

Beaver Knievel: Bu... but..BUT IT'S NATURAL!

Yeah, so is masturbation, but I rub one out at the red lobster and I'm a criminal!


LOL!
(Watch out bro, here come da shrimp jokes! LULZ)
 
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