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(CBS Dallas/Ft. Worth)   Drug-sniffing dogs increasingly employed by worst helicopter parents ever, to sniff out their kids' bedroom stash   (dfw.cbslocal.com) divider line 73
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2013-03-16 03:35:30 PM
 
2013-03-16 03:39:07 PM
Just leave some cash for them in the cookie jar and then you probably wont have to go around rippin' off their stash.

//just
//sayin'
 
2013-03-16 03:45:01 PM
I put catnip in a baggy in our pantry when i was a kid.  Got some from the neighbors.  They found it and scolded me.  I explained it was catnip; they lied and said they had it tested.   Lol

CSB
 
2013-03-16 03:47:45 PM
Found out an overbearing parent is bringing in the dog?  Sprinkle some stash over some gay porn and hide it in their room.

Winning!
 
2013-03-16 03:55:21 PM

CruJones: if your kid is addicted to heroin, this may not be such a horrible thing.

I mean, your roof, your rules type deal.  I could see this being used in a good way, to get someone help.

I can also totally see it being used by overprotective home-schooling twats as well, when their kid just has a dime bag under his socks.

They aren't mutually exclusive.


What I was going to say. There has been a horrible rash of stories lately about dumb young suburban kids getting into heroin, then ending up dead, or convicted of violent crime to support the habit. The "happy" outcome is years of terribly expensive rehab with no guarantee it will stick. Shattered lives, blighted futures.

Very glad I never had kids.
 
2013-03-16 04:18:47 PM
 
2013-03-16 04:19:54 PM
Ha I thought of this years ago. Buy the dog, steal my kids weed. Who's he going to complain to, the cops?
 
2013-03-16 04:21:31 PM

89 Stick-Up Kid: Ha I thought of this years ago. Buy the dog, steal my kids weed. Who's he going to complain to, the cops?


If your kid's stash is better than yours, you are doing it wrong.
 
2013-03-16 04:25:36 PM
AbbeySomeone:

Way to guarantee f*cked up, sneaky kids that will hate their parents.


Your job as a parent is to make sure your kids don't become a screw-up, not to be their farking friend.

/no, I don't care if my kids smoke pot
 
2013-03-16 04:37:19 PM

AbbeySomeone: /350 a visit is lucrative however.


It depends on the market. Several a day is good. Several a month is not.
 
2013-03-16 04:41:13 PM
I cannot read helicopter-parent without remembering Homer Simpson spreading his arms, twirling and going pfft pfft pfft pfft!
 
2013-03-16 04:44:17 PM

7th Son of a 7th Son: Use coffee grounds to mask the smell.

/Beverly Hills Cop FTW!



Unfortunately that won't fool a dog's nose, they just smell both.  It would however, potentially mask the smell from people, like your parents when they are snooping around without a dog. But once they bring the dog in it's probably game over.

Personally, I think the best hiding place would be inside the battery compartment of a huge dildo in the back of your sock drawer. Most people aren't going to want to touch that, and probably won't look inside. If they find a giant dildo in your room, but no drugs, I bet most are going to stop snooping after a couple tries.The dog may smell through that as well too though. I haven't heard of any actual realistic ways to fool a trained dog's nose if they're searching in your room. Your only chance is to make it as shockingly ostentatious a dildo as possible and hope the surprise tricks the team in to disregarding that hit I'd guess.
 
2013-03-16 04:48:33 PM
Anyone who's paying $350 has a damned good reason for doing so.
 
2013-03-16 05:52:28 PM

jigger: CruJones: if your kid is addicted to heroin, this may not be such a horrible thing.

If your kid is a junkie, you don't need a drug dog to determine this. It starts to become pretty obvious.


That would have been useful information to have before I called for the drug dog.  Now where did my checkbook go?
 
2013-03-16 06:00:37 PM
About 6 draft pints of IPA, I can sniff out stashes better than any hund!

Richard Stannell viddy interview: yeah he sounds on the up and up.
 
2013-03-16 07:14:54 PM

Ghengis_Socrates: 89 Stick-Up Kid: Ha I thought of this years ago. Buy the dog, steal my kids weed. Who's he going to complain to, the cops?

If your kid's stash is better than yours, you are doing it wrong.


It's all theoretical because I'm not having kids...ever. I should have prefaced my post.
 
2013-03-16 07:17:44 PM

Kibbler: CruJones: if your kid is addicted to heroin, this may not be such a horrible thing.

I mean, your roof, your rules type deal.  I could see this being used in a good way, to get someone help.

I can also totally see it being used by overprotective home-schooling twats as well, when their kid just has a dime bag under his socks.

They aren't mutually exclusive.

What I was going to say. There has been a horrible rash of stories lately about dumb young suburban kids getting into heroin, then ending up dead, or convicted of violent crime to support the habit. The "happy" outcome is years of terribly expensive rehab with no guarantee it will stick. Shattered lives, blighted futures.

Very glad I never had kids.


Rolling Stone article about suburban kids and heroin that they didn't realize was heroin
 
2013-03-16 08:25:37 PM
Bad idea. Without allowing drug abuse as teens, where will Drew get a steady supply of TF'ers?
 
2013-03-16 09:37:25 PM
"I'm too insecure to just ask my kids, and they don't trust me enough as a parent to tell me, so I'll just destroy whatever trust they might still have by employing a drug-sniffing dog."
 
2013-03-17 04:43:22 AM
fark you anti drug extremist parents that kick your kids out for drug use can go to hell.

What kind of farking logic is that?  Your hurting yourself with drugs as punishment you get to starve to death and live on the streets because that's how much we care about you.
 
2013-03-17 10:17:49 AM
Fark: where parents need to be parents and control their "crotchfruit snowflakes" if they are making noise at a restaurant or on a plane, but are helicoptering if they control their kids' possession of illegal substances under their own roof.
 
2013-03-17 10:50:41 AM

Moonfisher: Fark: where parents need to be parents and control their "crotchfruit snowflakes" if they are making noise at a restaurant or on a plane, but are helicoptering if they control their kids' possession of illegal substances under their own roof.


There's a pretty big range between extremes of being totally hands-off and DIY fascism.
 
2013-03-17 12:35:52 PM

BumpInTheNight: mooseyfate: I had a friend that had parents that drug tested him regularly. The irony, of course, was that his dad was such a huge pothead we used to steal HIS rouches out of the front porch ashtray, and his mom was arrested not once, but twice for possession with intent to sell meth.

Another compelling example of how harmless drugs are to one's judgement. ;)

/I don't think I could let those parents off the hook about that, like wow I'd be calling them on that all the damn time


They were prone to irony. They used to accuse me of being a bad influence on their son, they believed I got him smoking weed to begin with. Truth is, he started smoking in the 6th grade with their stash and I actually tried to get him to quit for many years until we were both 16 and I decided to try the herb myself, thanks to my friend. So technically he was a bad influence on ME. His mom eventually apologized to me when I was 18. His dad's an asshole, though, so I won't be expecting one from him. Ever.
 
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