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2013-04-05 08:02:18 PM

lostcat: I'm pretty comfortable with my gut instinct that people who use terms like "breeders" and "crotchfruit" to show their contempt of people who have kids should never reproduce, because they are to self-centered to care about anybody but themselves and anyone who will go down on them.


The important thing for them is to find a way to look down on everyone else.  If it wasn't other people's kids that annoy them, it would be something else.  Either that or it's just a spoiled brat reaction like "damnit, everyone around me is growing up, and they keep talking about it, and I want to just keep going on talking about the same shiat I did when I was 22 forever!"
 
2013-04-05 08:05:10 PM

spiderpaz: lostcat: I'm pretty comfortable with my gut instinct that people who use terms like "breeders" and "crotchfruit" to show their contempt of people who have kids should never reproduce, because they are to self-centered to care about anybody but themselves and anyone who will go down on them.

The important thing for them is to find a way to look down on everyone else.  If it wasn't other people's kids that annoy them, it would be something else.  Either that or it's just a spoiled brat reaction like "damnit, everyone around me is growing up, and they keep talking about it, and I want to just keep going on talking about the same shiat I did when I was 22 forever!"


Either way, it gives you an excuse to look down on them.
 
2013-04-05 08:06:06 PM
pfft, some parents are insufferable, then again my children are a hell of a lot better than other peoples children

Although, I do leave my children tied to the fence while my dog chills in the house...is that wrong, should I not do that?
 
2013-04-05 08:13:22 PM

j__z:  my children are a hell of a lot better than other peoples children


EVERY parent's child is better and smarter than other children.
 
2013-04-05 08:15:46 PM

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I have a FB friend with an ugly baby.  Every photo posted makes me giggle and feel guilty afterwards.

Also, I just lost 3 hours to that STFU Parents site.  Funny, sad, pathetic and scary all at once.
 
2013-04-05 08:16:09 PM
This thread is amusing. As is her site. For many of the same reasons.

As for me, I am happy to get cute kid pictures. In fact, I don't get as many as I'd like.

Operative word is "cute," not "horrifying." I don't want to see pictures of anything that came out of the kid. Just the kid. So far, so good on that, I guess I don't know anyone who's so goddam dumb that they think I want to see pictures of their kid's doody/snot/etc.
 
2013-04-05 08:16:44 PM
posting it on Facebook? meh. At least I can not log in. Derailing work conversations with stories about your kid? Much harder to get away from.
 
2013-04-05 08:20:22 PM
All these people who will never know someone who is attracted to them enough to share their children.

It's like when you here "chicken in the straw" in the neighborhood.
 
2013-04-05 08:23:11 PM
Why do people care about this? Other than breeders take taxpayer dollars from non-breeders, which is a problem.

You want to have kids? Fine. Just don't let the government make your neighbor pay for them.
 
2013-04-05 08:24:17 PM

nicoffeine: All these people who will never know someone who is attracted to them enough to share their children.


All these people who are so unsure of themselves that they have to have offspring to prove that someone finds them attractive.

(Sounds just as idiotic, doesn't it?)
 
2013-04-05 08:25:50 PM

j__z: pfft, some parents are insufferable, then again my children are a hell of a lot better than other peoples children

Although, I do leave my children tied to the fence while my dog chills in the house...is that wrong, should I not do that?


As long as you own a pooper-scooper and some sunscreen, it's all good.
 
2013-04-05 08:26:05 PM
I need to get to work, but... keep telling me how heroic this woman is. Slather her in you drooling admiration and reverence. Slobber all over that bitterness.

Meanwhile, people are saving others from fire and calamity. They aren't heroic because... you know... kids and stuff.

Night.
 
2013-04-05 08:28:15 PM

nicoffeine: I need to get to work, but... keep telling me how heroic this woman is. Slather her in you drooling admiration and reverence. Slobber all over that bitterness.

Meanwhile, people are saving others from fire and calamity. They aren't heroic because... you know... kids and stuff.

Night.


Get over yourself.  Being a parent doesn't automatically make you better than everyone.
 
2013-04-05 08:29:02 PM

MyRandomName: Cerebral Knievel: Is the article about people who go overboard about posting pics of thier kids and stuff on the facebooks?

Honestly, if you don't enjoy your friends happiness through their kids, block them.  Or are you so needy as to not ever let your friend count drop?  You can even personalize your feed to avoid people who you think post too much!  OMG, so many options.  Complaining about it should be your last one.


Its an observation Francis, lighten up
 
2013-04-05 08:29:36 PM
Wow I didn't know there was a way I could beam baby pictures directly into someone's brain and there isn't a thing they could do to stop it.

Neat.
 
2013-04-05 08:30:12 PM

Dragonflew: nicoffeine: I need to get to work, but... keep telling me how heroic this woman is. Slather her in you drooling admiration and reverence. Slobber all over that bitterness.

Meanwhile, people are saving others from fire and calamity. They aren't heroic because... you know... kids and stuff.

Night.

Get over yourself.  Being a parent doesn't automatically make you better than everyone.


Dragonflew: nicoffeine: All these people who will never know someone who is attracted to them enough to share their children.

All these people who are so unsure of themselves that they have to have offspring to prove that someone finds them attractive.

(Sounds just as idiotic, doesn't it?)

uncrate.com
 
2013-04-05 08:30:31 PM

Mitch Taylor's Bro: JasonGriffee: Is anyone else concerned about the level of overall child worship that happens in the world today?

I'm more concerned about the overall level of child neglect. People who worship their children are probably taking care of them.


While that is a issue, it's stands beside the point. What I'm concerned is the growing mentality that the child is the only thing in existence, and should be effectively worshipped by their parents. Kids today are taught their "special", and that the world should conform to them. Has any farker heard of a "IEP"? Guess what, the kid's future boss hasn't, so don't ask me why little Jonny can't hold a job when he grows up.

What this women in the article is talking about is the extremism of my point. We are growing into a culture that revolves around catering to children. Then they grow up, and society couldn't care less about them. They will have no tools to cope with the lack of "all about me" that they've come accustom to. I weep for the next generation, reality is going to hit them like a shovel. To me, this this is not just child abuse, it is outright ASININE.
 
2013-04-05 08:30:52 PM
I have two kids and I rarely post pictures of them on any social media site, and when I do, it's probably for some reason (birthday party, etc).  But I also don't share my facebook with anyone other than family who would want to see the pictures- and I always mark them private so no one else can see them.
 
2013-04-05 08:31:32 PM
All of you failures telling me to reread the article. I read the article. And they're all you. And you're slobbering and bowing and scraping and...

I guess she is your hero.


Pot... meet kettle!

Yes, she is a hero in my book.... and you are not, and that hurts your widdle mommy-feelings, doesn't it?

You think everyone who hasn't re-produced is a "failure"..... .and that makes you a sad person. I feel sorry for your child.
 
2013-04-05 08:34:41 PM

Summa cum loudly: All of you failures telling me to reread the article. I read the article. And they're all you. And you're slobbering and bowing and scraping and...

I guess she is your hero.

Pot... meet kettle!

Yes, she is a hero in my book.... and you are not, and that hurts your widdle mommy-feelings, doesn't it?

You think everyone who hasn't re-produced is a "failure"..... .and that makes you a sad person. I feel sorry for your child.


In the psychological field this is called "projection".  Sorry you feel like a failure, but it's not the fault of people raising children.
 
2013-04-05 08:34:44 PM

nicoffeine: I need to get to work, but... keep telling me how heroic this woman is. Slather her in you drooling admiration and reverence. Slobber all over that bitterness.

Meanwhile, people are saving others from fire and calamity. They aren't heroic because... you know... kids and stuff.

Night.


Not all too familiar with the hero tag, eh?

Really though, this blogger isn't railing against children...she's railing against parents who decide that everyone they know is just as interested in their kids as they are. Much like many people might find Apple stuff to be pretty cool but can't stand overevangelizing fanboys, or might like certain religious teachings but hate that religion's fundies.
 
2013-04-05 08:38:46 PM

JasonGriffee: Mitch Taylor's Bro: JasonGriffee: Is anyone else concerned about the level of overall child worship that happens in the world today?

I'm more concerned about the overall level of child neglect. People who worship their children are probably taking care of them.

While that is a issue, it's stands beside the point. What I'm concerned is the growing mentality that the child is the only thing in existence, and should be effectively worshipped by their parents. Kids today are taught their "special", and that the world should conform to them. Has any farker heard of a "IEP"? Guess what, the kid's future boss hasn't, so don't ask me why little Jonny can't hold a job when he grows up.

What this women in the article is talking about is the extremism of my point. We are growing into a culture that revolves around catering to children. Then they grow up, and society couldn't care less about them. They will have no tools to cope with the lack of "all about me" that they've come accustom to. I weep for the next generation, reality is going to hit them like a shovel. To me, this this is not just child abuse, it is outright ASININE.


Well, have kids, raise 'em right and they'll have a huge advantage over their coddled peers. That ship has sailed for me, so all I can do is hope that other people will do a good job of raising their kids to keep humanity going.
 
2013-04-05 08:41:08 PM

spiderpaz: Summa cum loudly: All of you failures telling me to reread the article. I read the article. And they're all you. And you're slobbering and bowing and scraping and...

I guess she is your hero.

Pot... meet kettle!

Yes, she is a hero in my book.... and you are not, and that hurts your widdle mommy-feelings, doesn't it?

You think everyone who hasn't re-produced is a "failure"..... .and that makes you a sad person. I feel sorry for your child.

In the psychological field this is called "projection".  Sorry you feel like a failure, but it's not the fault of people raising children.


Ummmm.... can you read? She called people who defended the Blogger in the article failures....where do you get that I am making that up?

I can think of a few choice psychological terms for you if you can't realize that is not projection, but thanks for playing!
 
2013-04-05 08:47:22 PM
So... how much would you pay for a browser plug-in that would detect baby-faces and remove those posts?
 
2013-04-05 08:47:54 PM

Summa cum loudly: spiderpaz: Summa cum loudly: All of you failures telling me to reread the article. I read the article. And they're all you. And you're slobbering and bowing and scraping and...

I guess she is your hero.

Pot... meet kettle!

Yes, she is a hero in my book.... and you are not, and that hurts your widdle mommy-feelings, doesn't it?

You think everyone who hasn't re-produced is a "failure"..... .and that makes you a sad person. I feel sorry for your child.

In the psychological field this is called "projection".  Sorry you feel like a failure, but it's not the fault of people raising children.

Ummmm.... can you read? She called people who defended the Blogger in the article failures....where do you get that I am making that up?

I can think of a few choice psychological terms for you if you can't realize that is not projection, but thanks for playing!



You're actually saying this as you defend a blog centered around being a bitter little biatch about other people's facebook profiles.  I'm not a psychologist, but I'm pretty sure that doesn't say very many good things about your mental state.  If they were all deliberately sending you pics in emails every morning that would be another story, but when someone updates their profile they're probably just putting it up there for their family or for people that really do want to see, and they assume if you didn't want to look, you wouldn't or would just remove them from your feed.  Your experience probably doesn't even cross their minds, because you are not the center of their universe.
 
2013-04-05 08:48:40 PM

nharrisphoto: I'm a photographer and a proud parent. As my child gets older and wants to start dressing up as his favorite characters from cartoons/movies/comics I intend to take pictures of him as those characters. And I will post them to Facebook AND YOU WILL MOTHERfarkING LIKE IT!


Well, she's got a point in that anyone out there (I don't know any but I can easily imagine there are some) who is posting pictures of their kids' dirty diapers or products of a long night of food poisoning with a proud comment of "See what little Johnny did today!" has gone a little too far. We'll be hearing about Johnny in a few more years, when he rapes, eats and murders half his class, I'll bet. And the bit about the mom who posted a pic of her kid's burns after he fell asleep on the radiator is downright scary.

That said, do post pics of your child being Batman. Those are just priceless.
 
2013-04-05 08:48:57 PM

cptrios: Much like many people might find Apple stuff to be pretty cool but can't stand overevangelizing fanboys, or might like certain religious teachings but hate that religion's fundies.


There's a STFU, Believers, too. I haven't looked for an Applevangelist one, though.
 
2013-04-05 08:49:26 PM
I still believe that we, as a society, were much happier beings before the world "Got So Small".

/ or it could be I'm a grumpy old fark
 
2013-04-05 08:50:35 PM

Name_Omitted: timujin:
//vasectomy at 25
///best $5 I ever spent

Where the hell did you go?


In 1999 I had great insurance, that was my co-pay
 
2013-04-05 08:50:44 PM

Mitch Taylor's Bro: Well, have kids, raise 'em right and they'll have a huge advantage over their coddled peers. That ship has sailed for me, so all I can do is hope that other people will do a good job of raising their kids to keep humanity going.


The problem come in when the state meddles with how children are raised. Any child that exerts any sign of brightness or advanced placement is branded as "hyper-active". You either drug them hard with ADHD medication, or the school reports you to CPS for neglect. You either comply, or they take your kids away and demonize you for doing the right thing.

I used to think that I wanted kids someday, but I don't think it's worth having the state breath down my neck for 18 years.
 
2013-04-05 08:53:57 PM
Then I tried to read the article and... meh... couldn't be bothered.
 
2013-04-05 08:54:14 PM

Gyrfalcon: nharrisphoto: I'm a photographer and a proud parent. As my child gets older and wants to start dressing up as his favorite characters from cartoons/movies/comics I intend to take pictures of him as those characters. And I will post them to Facebook AND YOU WILL MOTHERfarkING LIKE IT!

Well, she's got a point in that anyone out there (I don't know any but I can easily imagine there are some) who is posting pictures of their kids' dirty diapers or products of a long night of food poisoning with a proud comment of "See what little Johnny did today!" has gone a little too far. We'll be hearing about Johnny in a few more years, when he rapes, eats and murders half his class, I'll bet. And the bit about the mom who posted a pic of her kid's burns after he fell asleep on the radiator is downright scary.

That said, do post pics of your child being Batman. Those are just priceless.


This. It's not a matter of having to look at kids or what not. It's a matter of living in an age where even though it's extremely easy to share, some folks just haven't been able to develop that filter of, "wait, just because this interests ME, maybe it won't interest even a minority of the people I know." It's a matter of decency in maintaining a reasonable SNR for what you throw at you friends.
 
2013-04-05 08:58:41 PM

ProfessorOhki: Gyrfalcon: nharrisphoto: I'm a photographer and a proud parent. As my child gets older and wants to start dressing up as his favorite characters from cartoons/movies/comics I intend to take pictures of him as those characters. And I will post them to Facebook AND YOU WILL MOTHERfarkING LIKE IT!

Well, she's got a point in that anyone out there (I don't know any but I can easily imagine there are some) who is posting pictures of their kids' dirty diapers or products of a long night of food poisoning with a proud comment of "See what little Johnny did today!" has gone a little too far. We'll be hearing about Johnny in a few more years, when he rapes, eats and murders half his class, I'll bet. And the bit about the mom who posted a pic of her kid's burns after he fell asleep on the radiator is downright scary.

That said, do post pics of your child being Batman. Those are just priceless.

This. It's not a matter of having to look at kids or what not. It's a matter of living in an age where even though it's extremely easy to share, some folks just haven't been able to develop that filter of, "wait, just because this interests ME, maybe it won't interest even a minority of the people I know." It's a matter of decency in maintaining a reasonable SNR for what you throw at you friends.


What does that have to do with children specifically though?  Doesn't that go for ANYTHING that anyone might be doing in their lives, that might not be as interesting to all their friends?
 
2013-04-05 09:11:58 PM

spiderpaz: What does that have to do with children specifically though?  Doesn't that go for ANYTHING that anyone might be doing in their lives, that might not be as interesting to all their friends?


Not necessarily.  For instance, I like Porcupine Tree.  A lot.  But I don't post 100+ pictures a day of Steven Wilson with the exact same facial expression. Since I discovered Porcupine Tree, I have also held on to the ability to talk about other things.
 
2013-04-05 09:11:59 PM

spiderpaz: ProfessorOhki: Gyrfalcon: nharrisphoto: I'm a photographer and a proud parent. As my child gets older and wants to start dressing up as his favorite characters from cartoons/movies/comics I intend to take pictures of him as those characters. And I will post them to Facebook AND YOU WILL MOTHERfarkING LIKE IT!

Well, she's got a point in that anyone out there (I don't know any but I can easily imagine there are some) who is posting pictures of their kids' dirty diapers or products of a long night of food poisoning with a proud comment of "See what little Johnny did today!" has gone a little too far. We'll be hearing about Johnny in a few more years, when he rapes, eats and murders half his class, I'll bet. And the bit about the mom who posted a pic of her kid's burns after he fell asleep on the radiator is downright scary.

That said, do post pics of your child being Batman. Those are just priceless.

This. It's not a matter of having to look at kids or what not. It's a matter of living in an age where even though it's extremely easy to share, some folks just haven't been able to develop that filter of, "wait, just because this interests ME, maybe it won't interest even a minority of the people I know." It's a matter of decency in maintaining a reasonable SNR for what you throw at you friends.

What does that have to do with children specifically though?  Doesn't that go for ANYTHING that anyone might be doing in their lives, that might not be as interesting to all their friends?


Yes, but you'll notice that this thread is about children.
 
2013-04-05 09:24:14 PM
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2013-04-05 09:30:39 PM
Good.  If there's one thing in this world I can't stand, it is happy people.  Everyone should be as miserable as me, and I see it as my duty in life to make that a reality by anonymously mocking happy people as often as I can on the internet.
 
2013-04-05 09:34:19 PM
Parental oversharing isn't a problem.

Social media encourages oversharing in general.  Parental is just one aspect of it, and it's pretty damn tame.

That being said, 95% of social media is bullshiat.  It's a waste of everyones' time, but we do it anyway.  To be upset at one part of it while you do the same shiat is just ignorant.
 
2013-04-05 09:37:20 PM
Oversharing isnt the problem with social media. The problem with social media is that everyone seems to think that everyone's posts are directed at them. With content being delivered to our laps we've become a self absorbed species who thinks the world is directed at us. Pro tip! If youre displeased by what someone else has said or done.. move on.
 
2013-04-05 09:54:35 PM
My sister has twin infants.  Thankfully, she only posts a couple of times a week.
 
2013-04-05 09:57:17 PM
She's right, all of these babies are getting in the way of important things, like the state of someone's bowel movements, or what kind of Frappa-Latte-Cino they had THIS time, maybe the fact that the dishes are done, or that they finally got the garage door opener to to work. Then there's the ever-popular 'Like'of WalMart that needs to be posted. Kids take away all of our attention from other people's unimportant bullshiat.

Really, she's just bitter that people quit paying attention to her Starbuck's updates. She needs to buy twist-free panties and STFU herself.
 
2013-04-05 09:57:54 PM
I respect my childrens' privacy, so I don't post their photos on my Facebook at all.  If THEY choose to do it when they're old enough, that's their decision.  I also don't post about them...again, if they want the world to know about something they've done or thought or accomplished, that's their decision.

What concerns me are the parents who post about their 'disabled' child and his/her 'behavior problems'.  I see a lot of parents biatching about things their young children have done...out of frustration and a need to blow off steam I guess.  I can't help but want to be a fly on the wall when that kid gets to be an adult and goes back through to read all of these embarrassing posts from their parents.

One of my friends in particular spent the first 5 years of her son's life locking him in a room by himself while she and her husband played video games for hours on end.  They never socialized this kid and wonder why he's now diagnosed with 'autism' and has very little ability to control himself when he gets angry.  Her friends list is inundated with daily posts about how badly he behaves and how terrible her life is because of him.

Not to mention the almost daily biatchfest about how lazy her husband is.

I could unfriend them but, man, I love me some trainwrecks.
 
2013-04-05 09:58:26 PM

timujin: I read the linked article, but decided to withhold judgement until I actually checked out her blog.  I mean, funny overcomes a lot of sins.  Problem? She's not funny.  At all.  Even a little bit.

/childless
//vasectomy at 25
///best $5 I ever spent


$5? Did you go see Dr. Nick, or something?
 
2013-04-05 10:00:20 PM

HalfOffOffer: It's so awful that people love their kids and are happy they have kids and want to express their happiness to their friends.  So, so awful.

Please, return to posting your:
- picture of current meal
- workout of the day
- picture of political figure with ironic caption
- creepy picture of you sleeping under covers with your dog
- inspirational quote by Paulo Coelho or Thoreau
- picture of you getting plastered with friends too old to be wearing that
- picture of your Harley or Mustang
- strangely ambiguous 3 word sentence fragment designed to elicit response
- song you are listening to right now
- picture of naked woman from website that posted on your behalf
- a state that doesn't contain an 'E'... (hint: it's not as easy as you think!)
- link to banana slicer
- pinterest that you'll never do
- current reason why you hate Facebook OR how to fix Facebook security settings

But whatever you do... don't show your happiness to be a parent.


What I'm getting out of all this is that everyone on FB sucks.
 
2013-04-05 10:01:51 PM
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Not mine.
 
2013-04-05 10:19:25 PM
I've been reading her site for a year or so and I love it. Call me crazy, but I think it's completely inappropriate to post pictures of shiat in a kiddy toilet, or highjack somebody's non-child related  status update to make it about your kid.

I'm also farking sick of everybody looking at me like I've shot somebody when I say I don't want kids.  Or when I say I want to get married but don't want kids I get people asking "what's the point?"

Plenty of us are living happy, child free lives thankyouverymuch.

But that's neither here nor there. I'm happy for a friend who posts a birth announcement or a pregnancy announcement, or a big milestone. But I don't want to hear what your kid had for dinner, or  what's in their diaper, or how they're far superior to every other child on the planet. It's obnoxious.
 
2013-04-05 10:19:42 PM

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2013-04-05 10:25:06 PM

Gyrfalcon: What does that have to do with children specifically though? Doesn't that go for ANYTHING that anyone might be doing in their lives, that might not be as interesting to all their friends?

Yes, but you'll notice that this thread is about children.


Yes, but this thread is nothing but a bunch of whinny douche's that are probably guilty of boring their friends will all the inane shiate that they post, and ....  Actually, I think Mikey already said it pretty decisively:

Mikey1969: She's right, all of these babies are getting in the way of important things, like the state of someone's bowel movements, or what kind of Frappa-Latte-Cino they had THIS time, maybe the fact that the dishes are done, or that they finally got the garage door opener to to work. Then there's the ever-popular 'Like'of WalMart that needs to be posted. Kids take away all of our attention from other people's unimportant bullshiat.

Really, she's just bitter that people quit paying attention to her Starbuck's updates. She needs to buy twist-free panties and STFU herself.


If you don't want to be bothered by what someone else is interested in, WHY are you friends with them on facebook?
 
2013-04-05 10:28:19 PM

Mikey1969: timujin: I read the linked article, but decided to withhold judgement until I actually checked out her blog.  I mean, funny overcomes a lot of sins.  Problem? She's not funny.  At all.  Even a little bit.

/childless
//vasectomy at 25
///best $5 I ever spent

$5? Did you go see Dr. Nick, or something?


"Hello everybody, I'm Dr. Nick!  Inflammable means flammable, but infertile doesn't mean fertile?  What a country!"
 
2013-04-05 10:38:19 PM

lewismarktwo: I have one friend who keeps posting his pics of his toddler.   That kids is farking ugly, but who can tell him?


I have a acquaintance who would post pictures of his young son with food all over his face after eating etc. This would be a weekly occurance. I started to get the feeling (after all these pictures he was posting, messy face or not) that his child might be disabled, but that's not something you can ask.
After a few months he posted about a special walker he got for his son and I knew for sure.

Your post reminded me of that in a "what's wrong with your baby?" sort of way.
 
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