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2013-02-19 11:02:19 AM
Meh, bringing in the police so they can harass everyone in the place, search them, terrorize the kids, ruin birthday parties, only to not find out who dropped their stash, or flush the stuff and be done with it.........

/yeah, I'd probably flush it too
 
2013-02-19 11:22:09 AM

basemetal: Meh, bringing in the police so they can harass everyone in the place, search them, terrorize the kids, ruin birthday parties, only to not find out who dropped their stash, or flush the stuff and be done with it.........

/yeah, I'd probably flush it too


Yep. Right call. Refreshing to see common sense isn't quite dead yet.
 
2013-02-19 11:23:13 AM
More drug deals go down in the parking lot of chuck e cheese than a pawn shop. Just because its baby daddy's weekend doesn't mean the game stops.
 
2013-02-19 11:24:18 AM
Crap, that had to be a lot of tickets.

I remember it took like 1500 tickets for a plastic Slinky.
 
2013-02-19 11:25:08 AM
I wonder how many figures it will require to assuage the outrage of this mother?
 
2013-02-19 11:30:16 AM
Who has  birthday party for 4 year olds at 8:00 pm?
 
2013-02-19 11:32:25 AM

apackagefromted: Who has  birthday party for 4 year olds at 8:00 pm?


Drunks.
 
2013-02-19 11:36:17 AM
SHENANIGANS!

Four year-old finds a bag of drugs IMAGINATION at Chuck E. Cheese. I remember when they used to make you redeem tickets to get your prizes

WTF? All white powder is drugs??
What happened to weaponized anthrax? Or Tide?
Idiots.
 
2013-02-19 11:37:49 AM
They must have been AMAZING skee-ball players.
 
2013-02-19 11:39:36 AM
My kid's 5 months old. If I ever think of taking her to CEC, please kill me and adopt her.
 
2013-02-19 11:40:59 AM

ocschwar: My kid's 5 months old. If I ever think of taking her to CEC, please kill me and adopt her.


Oh, you'll wind up there sooner or later. As adamantly as you say otherwise, one day she'll be in kindergarten and get invited to birthday parties at all sorts of places you would never even dream you'd be caught dead in.

/We have the Maxx here, same thing sans the mousey mascot
 
2013-02-19 11:41:01 AM
FTA:
"She got on the carousel, bent down and picked up a baggie full of a white substance. My guess is it's a bag of dope," the mother said.

Uh... A white substance?  Wouldn't that be nose candy, not weed? I mean who HASNT wanted to get tweaked at the Chucky Cheese...
 
2013-02-19 11:41:20 AM

ocschwar: My kid's 5 months old. If I ever think of taking her to CEC, please kill me and adopt her.


This, seriously.

It's Showbiz Pizza or nothing!
 
2013-02-19 11:42:30 AM

Lucidz: FTA:
"She got on the carousel, bent down and picked up a baggie full of a white substance. My guess is it's a bag of dope," the mother said.

Uh... A white substance?  Wouldn't that be nose candy, not weed? I mean who HASNT wanted to get tweaked at the Chucky Cheese...


Mom has to pretend to be completely oblivious of such matters to keep up appearances with the neighbors.
 
2013-02-19 11:42:39 AM
"She got on the carousel, bent down and picked up a baggie full of a white substance. My guess is it's a bag of dope," the mother said.

Or candy. Or baby formula.
 
2013-02-19 11:48:48 AM

nekom: ocschwar: My kid's 5 months old. If I ever think of taking her to CEC, please kill me and adopt her.

Oh, you'll wind up there sooner or later. As adamantly as you say otherwise, one day she'll be in kindergarten and get invited to birthday parties at all sorts of places you would never even dream you'd be caught dead in.

/We have the Maxx here, same thing sans the mousey mascot


Was going to say pretty much exactly this. Enjoy paying money and losing time to be annoyed in places you never wanted to go. I cannot imagine the horror that will be clothes shopping for teen girls. Time cannot go slowly enough.
 
2013-02-19 11:50:12 AM
Best part of Chuck-E-Cheese's is the wild ama on Reddit.
 
2013-02-19 11:50:14 AM

ocschwar: My kid's 5 months old. If I ever think of taking her to CEC, please kill me and adopt her.


so you'd rather feel cool than be a good dad?
 
2013-02-19 11:55:33 AM
The wife went to Kohl's not long ago and in the parking lot she found a baggie or whitish granules. She watches Breaking Bad so I am sure she thought it was cool to take a closer look and inspect.

So now she has a 5 year old on one hand and crystal meth on the other. She freaks out because now she is on camera (kohl's may have 1 or 2 surveillance cameras pointed to the parking lot), also her finger prints are on the bag and she, as mentioned, knows from watching CSI that the police will find you.

So she calls the police and tells them she found crystal meth. The police are on their way. She then decides that maybe the "drug Lords" are watching her since, they must have realized they were 1 baggie short of 1million dollars.  She grabs our 5 yearl old and gets back in our car (it's a 2002 Lincoln Navigator with really ghetto rims. It came that way and I haven't gotten around to replacing those)

She puts the meth in her purse and then calls me to ask me what to do. I tell her to not pick it up. Just crush it with your feet if you want to get it of the street. "Too late, I already called the police"

The cop arrives and she says she has the meth in her purse.  At this poin I am worrying about some douchebag cop going over the top, calling Child protective Services.  He takes the baggie and asks for our address, work info, etc etc.

She then tells the cop that I am livid at her for reporting it. That I am so mad. Cop I am sure gets suspicious. Our last name sounds latino, our car looks ghetto, the wife doesnt work and I am furious.

Wifey is smart as they come, educated and hot as hell but man oh man sometimes she doesnt know when to shut the fark up.
 
2013-02-19 11:56:58 AM

Lucidz: FTA:
"She got on the carousel, bent down and picked up a baggie full of a white substance. My guess is it's a bag of dope," the mother said.

Uh... A white substance?  Wouldn't that be nose candy, not weed? I mean who HASNT wanted to get tweaked at the Chucky Cheese...


I am betting on mozzarella or parmesian.
Somebody wanted real cheese on their pizza.
 
2013-02-19 11:58:15 AM

Donnchadha: Lucidz: FTA:
"She got on the carousel, bent down and picked up a baggie full of a white substance. My guess is it's a bag of dope," the mother said.

Uh... A white substance?  Wouldn't that be nose candy, not weed? I mean who HASNT wanted to get tweaked at the Chucky Cheese...

Mom has to pretend to be completely oblivious of such matters to keep up appearances with the neighbors.


This. If she was a good mother she would have been busy getting it ready for resale so she could buy the kids more nice things.

apackagefromted: Who has  birthday party for 4 year olds at 8:00 pm?


You've read the headlines out of that place, don't act surprised.
 
2013-02-19 11:58:32 AM
Chuck E Cheese has got to be one of the skeeviest establishments you can take your kids to.  I hate to get all elitist, but when birthday party invitations come home for Chuck E Cheese, they go in the trash.
 
2013-02-19 12:00:17 PM

Master Sphincter: The wife went to Kohl's not long ago and in the parking lot she found a baggie or whitish granules. She watches Breaking Bad so I am sure she thought it was cool to take a closer look and inspect.

So now she has a 5 year old on one hand and crystal meth on the other. She freaks out because now she is on camera (kohl's may have 1 or 2 surveillance cameras pointed to the parking lot), also her finger prints are on the bag and she, as mentioned, knows from watching CSI that the police will find you.

So she calls the police and tells them she found crystal meth. The police are on their way. She then decides that maybe the "drug Lords" are watching her since, they must have realized they were 1 baggie short of 1million dollars.  She grabs our 5 yearl old and gets back in our car (it's a 2002 Lincoln Navigator with really ghetto rims. It came that way and I haven't gotten around to replacing those)

She puts the meth in her purse and then calls me to ask me what to do. I tell her to not pick it up. Just crush it with your feet if you want to get it of the street. "Too late, I already called the police"

The cop arrives and she says she has the meth in her purse.  At this poin I am worrying about some douchebag cop going over the top, calling Child protective Services.  He takes the baggie and asks for our address, work info, etc etc.

She then tells the cop that I am livid at her for reporting it. That I am so mad. Cop I am sure gets suspicious. Our last name sounds latino, our car looks ghetto, the wife doesnt work and I am furious.


Wifey is smart as they come, educated and hot as hell but man oh man sometimes she doesnt know when to shut the fark up.

No shiat man, it gets annoying. But I think your rims look kind of cool.
 
2013-02-19 12:03:13 PM

karmaceutical: Chuck E Cheese has got to be one of the skeeviest establishments you can take your kids to.  I hate to get all elitist, but when birthday party invitations come home for Chuck E Cheese, they go in the trash.


memecrunch.com
 
2013-02-19 12:09:20 PM
8-ball pit FTW
 
2013-02-19 12:10:01 PM

Master Sphincter: karmaceutical: Chuck E Cheese has got to be one of the skeeviest establishments you can take your kids to.  I hate to get all elitist, but when birthday party invitations come home for Chuck E Cheese, they go in the trash.

[memecrunch.com image 607x310]


Yeah yeah yeah... take your own kids to whatever disease factory you like.
 
2013-02-19 12:13:47 PM

karmaceutical: Chuck E Cheese has got to be one of the skeeviest establishments you can take your kids to.  I hate to get all elitist, but when birthday party invitations come home for Chuck E Cheese, they go in the trash.


Yeah, fark kids and social interaction. If one of their friends wants to go to Chuck E Cheese, they're farkin' black listed from ever talking to my snowflake again. I mean, I've got standards... really douchey standards.
 
2013-02-19 12:14:39 PM

bearded clamorer: 8-ball pit FTW


*snerk*
 
2013-02-19 12:14:56 PM

Donnchadha: ocschwar: My kid's 5 months old. If I ever think of taking her to CEC, please kill me and adopt her.

This, seriously.

It's Showbiz Pizza or nothing!


Welcome to your nightmare!

ctupa.com
 
2013-02-19 12:16:42 PM
Probably someone took the oregano out of the shaker to steal, put it in a baggie, and accidentally dropped it.
 
2013-02-19 12:18:52 PM

karmaceutical: Master Sphincter: karmaceutical: Chuck E Cheese has got to be one of the skeeviest establishments you can take your kids to.  I hate to get all elitist, but when birthday party invitations come home for Chuck E Cheese, they go in the trash.

[memecrunch.com image 607x310]

Yeah yeah yeah... take your own kids to whatever disease factory you like.


While I dislike CHuck E. Cheeses, it has more to do with the neighborhood. So if an invitation from one of his friends comes, and the location is not up to ideal standards, I just go with him and keep an eye on drunks. I think it's unfair to deprive him from a birthday party with his friends, not to mention so very rude to the parents who probably couldn't afford a party at the Country Club.
 
2013-02-19 12:19:05 PM
 My kid's 5 months old. If I ever think of taking her to CEC, please kill me and adopt her.

so you'd rather feel cool than be a good dad?

Can't I try to find things to do with her that don't involve Chuck E Cheese?
 
2013-02-19 12:20:42 PM
I worked next door to a CEC in Concord (pronounced like 'conquered') CA. Sunday afternoons the parking lot looked like an auto show. The cops just started parking there because they knew they'd be called anyway.
 
2013-02-19 12:21:54 PM
When I hear white substance, I think coke.  Isn't Heroin white sometimes...  hence China White?
Dope is not weed on the East Coast, it's considered Heroin.
 
2013-02-19 12:23:29 PM
This kinda shiat don't happen at Bloaty's Pizza Hog.
 
2013-02-19 12:24:46 PM

JohnnyRebel88: When I hear white substance, I think coke.  Isn't Heroin white sometimes...  hence China White?
Dope is not weed on the East Coast, it's considered Heroin.


And in BFE, Indiana, dope refers to meth.
 
2013-02-19 12:24:53 PM

ocschwar: My kid's 5 months old. If I ever think of taking her to CEC, please kill me and adopt her.

so you'd rather feel cool than be a good dad?
Can't I try to find things to do with her that don't involve Chuck E Cheese?


Of course...but if her/his best friend invites them to a party at Chuck E Cheese you go. No need to be a hipster dad.
 
2013-02-19 12:26:48 PM

Master Sphincter: The wife went to Kohl's not long ago and in the parking lot she found a baggie or whitish granules. She watches Breaking Bad so I am sure she thought it was cool to take a closer look and inspect.

So now she has a 5 year old on one hand and crystal meth on the other. She freaks out because now she is on camera (kohl's may have 1 or 2 surveillance cameras pointed to the parking lot), also her finger prints are on the bag and she, as mentioned, knows from watching CSI that the police will find you.

So she calls the police and tells them she found crystal meth. The police are on their way. She then decides that maybe the "drug Lords" are watching her since, they must have realized they were 1 baggie short of 1million dollars.  She grabs our 5 yearl old and gets back in our car (it's a 2002 Lincoln Navigator with really ghetto rims. It came that way and I haven't gotten around to replacing those)

She puts the meth in her purse and then calls me to ask me what to do. I tell her to not pick it up. Just crush it with your feet if you want to get it of the street. "Too late, I already called the police"

The cop arrives and she says she has the meth in her purse.  At this poin I am worrying about some douchebag cop going over the top, calling Child protective Services.  He takes the baggie and asks for our address, work info, etc etc.

She then tells the cop that I am livid at her for reporting it. That I am so mad. Cop I am sure gets suspicious. Our last name sounds latino, our car looks ghetto, the wife doesnt work and I am furious.

Wifey is smart as they come, educated and hot as hell but man oh man sometimes she doesnt know when to shut the fark up.


Lots of people are like that. They usually come up with all sorts of consequences just after reacting to a situation and end up panicking and freaking out some more.. shiat like that does put a lot of innocent or almost not guilty people into the system.....or shot in retaliation. If you see or do anything that is even remotely illegal, you should at a very minimum think for a few seconds about what to do and would happen if you follow on your initial thoughts.


eg: You are walking down the street and witness a bunch of Mexicans dressed in black and yellow are fighting a group of blue and black clad(insert your local minority) guys in the middle of the street.
Dont let them see you, Turn around and walk away, do not call the police.

If you call the cops and hang around....chances are you will be arrested and locked up with the people that match your skin color.
TL;DR if you are any shade of brown or have a Hispanic last name, stay away from crime scenes.
 
2013-02-19 12:31:01 PM
I should have said "no need to have yourself murdered and leave your child fatherless and now in the foster program just because you don't like a certain restaurant."
 
2013-02-19 12:31:57 PM
FTFA: "Police say if you find drugs, don't touch them with your bare hands. Call law enforcement so they can destroy it"

Yeah sure, "destroy it."
 
2013-02-19 12:37:52 PM

JohnnyRebel88: When I hear white substance, I think coke.  Isn't Heroin white sometimes...  hence China White?
Dope is not weed on the East Coast, it's considered Heroin.


Good heroin is brownish white.

Maybe I should put the above "good" in quotations.

Meh. Whatever.
 
2013-02-19 12:38:48 PM

ocschwar: My kid's 5 months old. If I ever think of taking her to CEC, please kill me and adopt her.


Are you one of those 18 year old and still in high school parents?
 
2013-02-19 12:42:45 PM

Alex Broughton Butt Chugger: nekom: ocschwar: My kid's 5 months old. If I ever think of taking her to CEC, please kill me and adopt her.

Oh, you'll wind up there sooner or later. As adamantly as you say otherwise, one day she'll be in kindergarten and get invited to birthday parties at all sorts of places you would never even dream you'd be caught dead in.

/We have the Maxx here, same thing sans the mousey mascot

Was going to say pretty much exactly this. Enjoy paying money and losing time to be annoyed in places you never wanted to go. I cannot imagine the horror that will be clothes shopping for teen girls. Time cannot go slowly enough.



I guess its too late, so we should just let you in on the secret.  First it starts with baby stuff.  "I'd never buy this or that" or "I'm going to use reusable diapers" - before you know it you're on disposables and buying "World's Greatest Dad" tshirts.  Next, you find yourself using TV as a crutch to distract the child while you get ready for work, your child who was NEVER going to watch TV.  Eventually you end up at Chuck-e-Cheese at a birthday party of sreaming kids driving a minivan saying and doing things your parents said and did and wondering "how did this happen??".  You'll start judging other parents, bragging about your child, and saying things like "I can't figure out these newfangled electronics" and "kids these days dont understand..."

/just kidding, its a lot of fun
 
2013-02-19 12:42:51 PM

vudukungfu: Probably someone took the oregano out of the shaker to steal, put it in a baggie, and accidentally dropped it.


So oregano is white nowadays.  Who knew?
 
2013-02-19 12:54:35 PM

Master Sphincter: karmaceutical: Master Sphincter: karmaceutical: Chuck E Cheese has got to be one of the skeeviest establishments you can take your kids to.  I hate to get all elitist, but when birthday party invitations come home for Chuck E Cheese, they go in the trash.

[memecrunch.com image 607x310]

Yeah yeah yeah... take your own kids to whatever disease factory you like.

While I dislike CHuck E. Cheeses, it has more to do with the neighborhood. So if an invitation from one of his friends comes, and the location is not up to ideal standards, I just go with him and keep an eye on drunks. I think it's unfair to deprive him from a birthday party with his friends, not to mention so very rude to the parents who probably couldn't afford a party at the Country Club.


It isn't really a socio-economic thing.  We don't go to the country club for parties either.  At least, an invitation like that hasn't come along.  The last two we went to were at parks, the one before that at a arcade/food type place with bumper boats and gokarts about 1000% better than any Chuck E Cheese.  Nobody is being deprived of parties.  Chuck E Cheese is just gross, period.  Fortunately the parents of most of my kid's buddies share the opinion.
 
2013-02-19 12:55:59 PM
Recently our daughter who is 33 apologized to us for all the times we had to take her to CEC. Oh yeah, she's got 4 and 6 year olds that love CEC. Circle of life.
 
2013-02-19 01:06:15 PM
It isn't really a socio-economic thing.  We don't go to the country club for parties either.  At least, an invitation like that hasn't come along

Same here. I live walkign distance from an ice cream place with a party area in the back. It gets used for parties (and Congressman Ed Markey uses it for business lunches). No game machines, no tickets, and no trashy people getting into fights and dealing drugs.

There's a Chuck E. Cheese a short drive away. I so hope never to go there.
 
2013-02-19 01:50:47 PM
Where a kid can be a mule!
 
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2013-02-19 01:54:03 PM
Man, a dime bag's like 30,000 tickets these days. I see people turnin' tricks for Skee-Ball tokens.
 
2013-02-19 01:58:50 PM

karmaceutical: Chuck E Cheese has got to be one of the skeeviest establishments you can take your kids to.  I hate to get all elitist, but when birthday party invitations come home for Chuck E Cheese, they go in the trash.


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