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2013-04-09 10:00:00 AM  

Lexx: The mommy blogger happens to be right about one thing: yeah, narcissists shouldn't complain that other narcissists are self-aggrandizing narcissists. At the same time, I thank the high heavens that facebook allows me to filter out status updates from select individuals. I have no interest, whatsoever, in your experience as a parent.


The bigger question though is why anybody anywhere gives a shiat about what other people do on Facebook. If you don't like something don't read it, if you care enough block their posts (like you said) or un-friend them. If they ask you why you un-friended them, explain that their constant stream of [insert what annoys you here] was annoying to you.  There is absolutely no reason why anybody should be upset at another human being because they won't be their Facebook friend. If your friend throws a fit about being un-friended and no longer wants to associate with you then nothing of value was lost.
 
2013-04-09 10:00:21 AM  
Have you ever considered just sitting down with your children, and simply hitting them?
 
2013-04-09 10:00:28 AM  

Missicat: Am I the only one who laughed my (child-free) a** off after reading this?  Seriously lady, switch to decaf.


This.
 
2013-04-09 10:01:03 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: How about this: if you've never raised a child, STFU.


How about this no. I will piss biatch and moan about your undisciplined  uneducated, unintelligent, ugly little bastards until they grow up and are old enough to suck my cock. Then I will spank one out to their nasty girls gone wild pictures and videos they post to Reddit or Facebook.
 
2013-04-09 10:02:00 AM  

The One True TheDavid: On a planet with 7+ billion humans eating, chopping, burning, digging, killing and polluting the shiat out of everything, far more people need to Just. Stop. Breeding. Just say NO to reproduction. What are the chances YOUR genes are so much more wonderful than a few dozen million people Just Like You? Do you really need that second kid, and did you really need the first?

And hey, if you can't figure out how to avoid causing childbirth you should be sterilized by force: it's possible for stupid parents to have & raise nonstupid kids but you'd have a better chance on a trifecta at the Derby.

If you think that's harsh, here's another: people who've never seriously considered suicide are just too thick to be worth much. But more on that later.


Remember Family is three, Mom, Dad and me. Report Breeder offenders to the population police.
 
2013-04-09 10:02:13 AM  

Guairdean: jigger: This tumblr has been making the rounds. Is this kid typical or is he just a little biatch? I vote little biatch. Honestly, I don't think I could handle this little fark without choking him out.

http://reasonsmysoniscrying.tumblr.com/

The answer is simple. Put him in a corner on a stool and let him cry. If he's still crying when he stands up, swat him and put him back on the stool. If he turns around and he's still crying, swat him and turn him to the corner. It won't take him long to learn.


At this age (2-3) that is not appropriate. That is frank emotional abuse and should be avoided as a parenting technic. You need to wait until the child is capable of reasonably and clearly expressing himself, and can carry on a meaningful conversation about the topic at hand- usually that's 4 or 5 years old. At that point is is appropriate to be corrective; younger than that and it's abusive.
 
2013-04-09 10:02:32 AM  

maxx2112: FTFA:  2.Control Your Children in Restaurants - Look, if you see a kid at a restaurant, more times than not, it's because you've chosen to go to a "family" restaurant, and "family" often means loud-mouthed litte (sic) brats.

9.What Really Annoys Me Is When Parents Yell at their Kids But Never Get Out of Their Chair and Deal with the Kid - Well, how are we supposed to "deal with it"? We yelled at the kid, didn't we?


biatch, please.  Your parents would have handled this shiat.  Why can't you?


/ When I was a kid, a "time out" meant my dad took time out of his busy day to whip my ass.


Ah simpler times. Now instead of being able to correct a child right away you gotta argue and converse with a small child that most likely doesnt understand what your talking about anyways. For the hours of yelling and crying and biatching it causes, in the end its probably easier on both child and parent to just smack the kid already.

nope it makes you a criminal now. So people got the bright idea to use chores as punishment. Now youve got childeren that are actually afraid to work, like its some kinda punishment.

Sometimes a backhand is the easiest most effective solution.
 
2013-04-09 10:02:45 AM  

Slaves2Darkness: Marcus Aurelius: How about this: if you've never raised a child, STFU.

How about this no. I will piss biatch and moan about your undisciplined  uneducated, unintelligent, ugly little bastards until they grow up and are old enough to suck my cock. Then I will spank one out to their nasty girls gone wild pictures and videos they post to Reddit or Facebook.


I can't decide if I should collapse in laughter or recoil in horror.  You sir, are a King amongst men.
 
2013-04-09 10:03:06 AM  

equusdc: Crewmannumber6: neversubmit: It's not that you aren't a breeder, it's that you are an asshole.

FTFY
Choosing to live your life wrapped in self absorption doesn't make you a better person.

Spending 20-30 years producing a self-replicating swarm of mini-mes is about the most self-absorbed act humanly possible.


Not really it's just going with the flow of biological urges and societal pressure, they did what they were told.
 
2013-04-09 10:03:07 AM  
1. Fair enough point.
2. Complete and utter bullshiat. Plenty of parents teach their kids to behave in public just fine - that's called parenting. No one complains about those kids and those parents.
2a. More bullshiat.
3. No one without kids complains about this ever, except apparently in the author's imagination.
4. Bullshiat. Not having shared in the totality of the experience doesn't mean you can't understand when someone is failing in a basic duty as a parent. See #2, and parents who have utterly failed to provide any effective discipline for their children. You don't have to have raised a bunch of kids to understand that discipline, food and clothing are necessary for a kid.
5. Started out with something which could have been an arguable point and then utterly botched it.
6. Bullshiat. Many, maybe even most, parents ARE very busy, but this one just described the life of someone who doesn't realize how privledged they are. Case in point - most people don't get to work for "sites". Most people have these things called jobs where a "site" is the place they have to drive to and sit in all day when they work.
7. Seems like more of the author's complaint about their own life then anyone else's.
8. Total bullshiat. Sounds like their own personal hangup they are projecting on to others. Why would I think it was weird a mom was now called a mom or a dad was now called a dad? That's just stupid.
9. A bunch of bullshiat excuses from someone who increasingly sounds like a lazy, disengaged parent. Hey author: If your kid knows that you are willing to get out of that chair then they will listen better and you won't have to get out of it as much. But the kids aren't totally stupid... if they know you largely use empty threats when they misbehave you will have TAUGHT them how to misbehave and get away with it.
10. Again, sounds like more projection.
 
2013-04-09 10:03:11 AM  

servlet: Congratulations, you've mastered one of the most basic biological processes. Pardon me while I stop the world to celebrate how amazing you are because you figured out how to procreate.

I mean, I like kids and all, but can we seriously stop this ridiculous sense of superiority that some (admittedly not most) parents have just because they worked out how to produce offspring?


Hey now, it's not just the ability to procreate they are celebrating, it's the obvious fact that they've gotten their shiat together to support the kid.  The ability to get up in the morning on time, the ability to keep a steady job, the ability to stay sober and clean, the ability to (most likely) live in a real home, have a car, you know all the adult stuff that YOU should've been doing by now but you're still sitting in your underwear eating nachos and playing XBOX in your 30s nursing a hangover on a Tuesday night, you disappointing non-breeding slacker, you.

BTW please check out the new FB album of me and the kids making goofy faces, again.  We're having so much fun, please click Like whenever you get a tiny moment in your care free and responsibility free life to do so.
 
2013-04-09 10:03:49 AM  

Arthen: Have you ever considered just sitting down with your children, and simply hitting them?


Believe me, I've given the boy a swat on the bottom once or twice, but I'm not into corporal punishment for every situation.
 
2013-04-09 10:04:14 AM  

jigger: This tumblr has been making the rounds. Is this kid typical or is he just a little biatch? I vote little biatch. Honestly, I don't think I could handle this little fark without choking him out.

http://reasonsmysoniscrying.tumblr.com/


Little biatch. I know I'm going to sound like a sanctimonious twat, but my kids did not cry that much. Of course, my kids were that age 20+ years ago, so maybe I just don't remember. Of course, they are both still alive, so no, they didn't cry that much.
 
2013-04-09 10:05:34 AM  
wow, 127 comments and no one has mentioned this blog article is a direct response to http://www.stfuparentsblog.com/  ?

Sad... because i visited that site and it's basically the exact same type of biatching that this blog is biatching about...

But keep calling the blogger a self entitled parent because you people hate children...
 
2013-04-09 10:05:36 AM  

willfullyobscure: It's really, really important to remember that, especially with small children, that you are not dealing with a miniature adult.


While true, people give this way more power than they should.  In many ways, a huge part of the problem is people forget you ARE dealing with a miniature human, just not a miniature adult.  You're just dealing with a human that is acting almost entirely on hormones and has not yet learned that overriding hormones leads to positive results.  The problem people tend to forget is biologically, children are still miniature humans.  Sleep, food choices, exercise, it's just harder to convince a child what needs to be done and to encourage them to do the right thing when the right thing is unpleasant.  Too many parents let the child do what they prefer to do, act like it's "just how kids are", and then act shocked when their child exhibits entirely predictable behavior, behavior that's reinforced into subconscious reflex through repetition.

Your child is crying all the time because he's either unhealthy, in pain, or you've trained him to do that by reinforcing that hormone response.
 
2013-04-09 10:06:11 AM  

kumanoki: bluenote13: This whole article smacks of a woman who had kids too early and is pissed off that her friends got to enjoy their 20's while she was pregnant and could not.  One of the things I have noticed with my friends is that the ones who got married younger and had kids right away after getting married are the ones like this woman, who complain about the single friends, or childless couples.  While two friends who got married in their early 30's and waited a couple years to have kids were able to adjust much faster because they were established in their lives and careers.


There are a couple of gems in that woman's diatribe, but I've found that 'older' parents (people who waited into their 30's for whatever reason) seem to be able to handle the stress of child rearing better. My wife and I had our son when I was 34. Sure, I miss going out with the guys on occasion, but it's not a burning need for me to party until 3am anymore.

Our childless friends are usually in their thirties and have an understanding of our lives work. We get together, dinner nights and such, usually after the boy is in bed, or we take turns going out to social events. It's doable.


My wife and I got married at 19, I am a proud step-father of the son she had when she was 17. When we got married we understood that the beginning of our marriage was going to be taken up with child rearing. We had a second child. They are both in their late teens now. We expect them to be out of the house in college in the next few years, and then we can enjoy time to ourselves and we can help our kids out with what they need.

The idea that having kids later in life can somehow make someone a better parent is false. It really boils down to if you want kids or not.

The woman in this article sounds like she regrets having kids. She doesn't sound like someone I would want to watch my children as anyone that attacks others about child rearing in such an abrasive manner really needs to get a grip on themselves and their children.

Raising kids is hard. People are assholes when your kids act up. If you react with grace and understanding your kids will see how you acted and try to follow suit. If you run around acting like an entitled asshat every time someone comments on your kid being noisy your kids are going to grow up just like you. Now, ask yourself if he kids are self entitled, where do you think they got that from?
 
2013-04-09 10:06:33 AM  
Ignoring the subject matter, that is a very poorly written piece. She changes back and forth in person and voice, and the only organization apparent is in the numbering on the list. I would not give this a passing grade as a high school essay, let alone publish it.
 
2013-04-09 10:06:48 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: How about this: if you've never raised a child, STFU.


How about this, I pay taxes for your child's welfare and eductation you STFU!
 
2013-04-09 10:07:03 AM  

Slaves2Darkness: How about this no. I will piss biatch and moan about your undisciplined uneducated, unintelligent, ugly little bastards until they grow up and are old enough to suck my cock. Then I will spank one out to their nasty girls gone wild pictures and videos they post to Reddit or Facebook.


So highschool then

...yes I'll have a seat over there
 
2013-04-09 10:07:20 AM  

angryjd: Missicat: Am I the only one who laughed my (child-free) a** off after reading this?  Seriously lady, switch to decaf.

This.


As a parent of three children, I can honestly say that you can kindly share that popcorn with me, please.

Article's author is the snarling parent that most parents hate and actively avoid as much as possible and it makes my child-rearing heart glad to see her exposed to the world for the short-tempered resent-filled freak show who's going to end up causing her kids massive issues by the time they escape home at the age of 15 or so.

Not a single one of her complaints is valid in my eyes.  And yes, I've taken my kids home from a restaurant before for getting rowdy and they got white bread sammiches before bed time.

One time, I had to resort to swatting my kid on the ass when he refused to stop throwing a fit.  I got glares from 3 people and cheers from fifteen.  Deal with your goddamned brats, lady.
 
2013-04-09 10:08:31 AM  
2013
not releasing your children into the woods to be raised by the beasts of the wild
tsk tsk
 
2013-04-09 10:10:17 AM  
1.bp.blogspot.com

Apply to vagina.
 
2013-04-09 10:10:18 AM  
Final comment: If you walk into a restaurant and there's a big container with boxes of 2-3 crayons on the hostess stand - don't expect perfect silence.

On the other hand, if you see a martini bar and no crayons, you're good to go.

If you see a martini bar AND crayons, please email me the address....
 
2013-04-09 10:10:30 AM  

willfullyobscure: Guairdean: jigger: This tumblr has been making the rounds. Is this kid typical or is he just a little biatch? I vote little biatch. Honestly, I don't think I could handle this little fark without choking him out.

http://reasonsmysoniscrying.tumblr.com/

The answer is simple. Put him in a corner on a stool and let him cry. If he's still crying when he stands up, swat him and put him back on the stool. If he turns around and he's still crying, swat him and turn him to the corner. It won't take him long to learn.

At this age (2-3) that is not appropriate. That is frank emotional abuse and should be avoided as a parenting technic. You need to wait until the child is capable of reasonably and clearly expressing himself, and can carry on a meaningful conversation about the topic at hand- usually that's 4 or 5 years old. At that point is is appropriate to be corrective; younger than that and it's abusive.


A  child at that age is perfectly capable of understanding the word "No", and that there are consequences for bad behavior. Failing to teach a child how to behave is abusive.
 
2013-04-09 10:11:27 AM  
The article writer lost all credibility at the end of item 3.
 
2013-04-09 10:11:48 AM  
I've come to the conclusion that there are people with kids who are dickheads, and there are people without kids who are dickheads.
 
2013-04-09 10:12:02 AM  

IrishBlunder: Carn:

FTA: That's why we go out, dumbass. We just paid $7 plus (a very generous) tip for a crappy grilled cheese sandwich so we wouldn't have to deal with that mess.

The person who wrote that should have her head smashed in with a ball-peen hammer.

This.  Unless you're in a Chuck E. Cheese or copycat thereof, waitstaff aren't paid to clean up the crap your kids spread on the floors, walls, and wherever else.


Exactly (and I even cleaned my kid's shiat up at Chuck E. Cheese).  And you leave a good tip for the waiter.
 
2013-04-09 10:12:25 AM  

CeroX: wow, 127 comments and no one has mentioned this blog article is a direct response to http://www.stfuparentsblog.com/  ?

Sad... because i visited that site and it's basically the exact same type of biatching that this blog is biatching about...

But keep calling the blogger a self entitled parent because you people hate children...


BINGO!!

Thanks for the "you hate children"; that was my center square!
 
2013-04-09 10:12:47 AM  

bopis: Marcus Aurelius: How about this: if you've never raised a child, STFU.

How about this, I pay taxes for your child's welfare and education you STFU!


Harris-Perry  fixed
 
2013-04-09 10:13:02 AM  
#9 is actually pretty funny. I complain to my wife all the time that I don't have any discipline techniques that work.
 
2013-04-09 10:13:33 AM  

Guairdean: A child at that age is perfectly capable of understanding the word "No", and that there are consequences for bad behavior. Failing to teach a child how to behave is abusive.


Do you ever feel like sometimes the people who feel like there's hard and fast lines about when it's reasonable to expect something from a child just had dumb children, or were so inconsistent with their own behavior that they couldn't express basic concepts to their children.  Some people seriously seem to suggest you can't reason with children that are older than the age I taught myself to read.
 
2013-04-09 10:14:08 AM  

The One True TheDavid: On a planet with 7+ billion humans eating, chopping, burning, digging, killing and polluting the shiat out of everything, far more people need to Just. Stop. Breeding. Just say NO to reproduction. What are the chances YOUR genes are so much more wonderful than a few dozen million people Just Like You? Do you really need that second kid, and did you really need the first?

And hey, if you can't figure out how to avoid causing childbirth you should be sterilized by force: it's possible for stupid parents to have & raise nonstupid kids but you'd have a better chance on a trifecta at the Derby.

If you think that's harsh, here's another: people who've never seriously considered suicide are just too thick to be worth much. But more on that later.


10/10, you'll piss off a ton of people
 
2013-04-09 10:14:45 AM  
So, if you want to avoid us, go to a nicer damn restaurant or go after the kid's bedtime.

I've done both, and the shiatty parents* a) Don't care about their kids bedtimes and b) Don't care about their kids, so they'll eat wherever they want.

*shiatty parents being the ones that have done a shiatty job raising kids. Most parents I know are great parents.
 
2013-04-09 10:15:20 AM  
Who greenlit this shiat?

/Time to give the HERO tag a mercy killing.
 
2013-04-09 10:15:59 AM  
MycroftHolmes:

This list was about as fair and objective as most anti-parent rants.  I have no problem with it.

I have no problem with those. An unfair and subjective rant never ripped the shiat out of a mountain ridge to power a household with four kids and seven TVs.


Was the blogger a little vitriolic, sure, but that is probably a reaction to a lot of the 'I shouldn't have to be slightly inconvenienced for your decision to breed' self centered attitude that is so prevalent.

"Slightly inconvenienced!?!" You think 7+ billion hungry mouths is only a slight inconvenience? Maybe you're not aware that even physicists who are SciFi fans agree that colonizing other worlds when we've totally farked up this one is at least "two Powerballs in one week" unlikely. (This is for you too, MycroftHolmes.)

It's insisting on breeding that's the self-centered attitude.

If you want to be altruistic try raising an orphan instead, especially one whose pigmentation is not just like yours*. Share your wonderfulness with those who need it most. And this goes for gays and/or single people too: if you look at the families around you and think you could do a better job you might as well have at it. (This ain't something I'm suited for, obviously: the world ain't ready for any kid I'd raise instead of having for lunch.)

Okay? Okay.

* By "you" here I don't mean MycroftHolmes or indeed any particular individual, it'd just that addressing "one" gets too stilted too quickly and even most Americans below the Mason-Dixon line don't realize "y'all" is plural.
 
2013-04-09 10:16:52 AM  
I think most of the problems would be solved if kids under 12 were kept in a crate when in public. FTFY
 
2013-04-09 10:17:54 AM  

jigger: This tumblr has been making the rounds. Is this kid typical or is he just a little biatch? I vote little biatch. Honestly, I don't think I could handle this little fark without choking him out.

http://reasonsmysoniscrying.tumblr.com/


The actual answer to all of those is "I'm taking his picture instead of parenting so I can try to look cool on the Internet".
 
2013-04-09 10:18:25 AM  
Mommy blogs.
Serious business.
STFU breeders.
The noise of you unparented children is deafening enough.
 
2013-04-09 10:19:40 AM  

Mr Guy: Guairdean: A child at that age is perfectly capable of understanding the word "No", and that there are consequences for bad behavior. Failing to teach a child how to behave is abusive.

Do you ever feel like sometimes the people who feel like there's hard and fast lines about when it's reasonable to expect something from a child just had dumb children, or were so inconsistent with their own behavior that they couldn't express basic concepts to their children.  Some people seriously seem to suggest you can't reason with children that are older than the age I taught myself to read.


It's been suggested that Stephen Hawking stole his Brief History of Time from your fourth-grade paper?
 
2013-04-09 10:20:21 AM  
Hero tag?  Really?  The dude didn't manage to make a valid point through the entire list! All he did was turn around and throw each point in our faces.  I post too many pictures of my kids online? YOU post too many pictures! My kid is loud and messy in a restaurant? Well, that's why I came here, so I could be inconsiderate!  You don't understand!

That whole thing came off as one big whiny, entitled, blame projecting mess.  What a donkus.
 
2013-04-09 10:20:42 AM  
imgs.xkcd.com

//Just got back from a week vacation in Vancouver. Thank you expensive health plan and the $30 co pay for my vasectomy!
 
2013-04-09 10:20:59 AM  
I have no kids, but at my age I'm not so much a "non-breeder" as mother-farker.
 
2013-04-09 10:21:54 AM  

Mercutio74: I also was whupped when I was a kid, and turned out ok, and have a good relationship with my parents.... but I don't think they needed to go to that level to get me to comply when I was a kid.


I was a bad seed. Lots of spanking. Constantly getting suspended from school for just being a class clown. Never any issues with drugs/alcohol/the law, I was just rough around the edges. But spankings never made me pause and consider my misbehavior before doing it. Spankings were nothingl to me after I was 8 or 9. As you say, all kids are different. On my son, I use pinches on the backs of his knees. Quick, discrete, doesn't leave a mark, no 'violent' motion involved. Most importantly, it works ... But it wouldn't have worked on me. The punishment has to instill fear or it's pointless. They have to dread it. And that can be done 99% of the time without any pain if you get creative enough. The only reason I use pain on my son is he literally could not talk until he was 6 or 7. He didn't understand verbal threats or redirection. He doesn't read body language. That's just autism for you. I haven't pinched him in a long time since he can now take verbal cues and dirty looks, but he still fears that a pinch will come next if he doesn't comply. Last time he pushed me, he lost his iPad for a week. But I don't think he understood the cause/effect. Need to find something new that works ...
 
2013-04-09 10:22:25 AM  
I don't have any kids. I hate seeing other people's pictures and videos of kids because they don't realise that no one cares. (I'll check out a cool/cute pet picture though. Who doesn't love puppies?). I don't even want to hold other people's kids. They squirm and shift around too much. But I do have dogs. I think if I did have kids, I'd do quite well with my dog training experience.

Little bastard want to act up? I'll quickly grab him, roll him onto his back, put my face about 1 inch from his and say "NO". Tries to climb up the dresser? Spray him with the water bottle. Runs around all crazy, I'll park him on his butt and say "Sit". Takes toys from other children, and into the baby crate he goes.
 
2013-04-09 10:22:56 AM  

silo123j: That is why I take my kids to paper napkin restaurants. Cloth napkin is for us sans children. I hit the Mexican restaurant and the precious 2 yr old is usually out of her seat midway through the meal. (this is why she is strapped down at home...) but she throws a fit if we try the "highchair" with the strap. You want to see a fit? I don't want to. So IF I make the choice to go out (which isn't that often) I try to keep her occupied with something at the table. It only works for so long, and I refuse to let her be electronically entertained. The 6 year old does that.


I to only hit the paper napkin restaurants.  My kid is almost 3 so he is getting better and better.  Just after her turned 2, he was sometimes hell.  I don't let him get loud.  And if he tries to get out of his seat more than once, he gets time out.  How?  I take him out to the care and time-out him behind the seat.  I haven't had to do this in a while.  Now, if he starts to be loud whine or whatever, I just talk sternly and softly to him and tell him what the consequences will be if he keeps his shiat up.  That usually does the trick.

A couple of months after he turned 2, we had to go to a "cloth napkin" restaurant.  My mother in-law was having a birthday dinner and wanted to see her youngest grandkid.  My kid didn't get his nap so he was instantly hell.  I spent 3/4 of the time in the restaurant (and it was a really long time) outside or in the foyer.

No, I don't get to enjoy a restaurant meal that often but I am not going to ignore a whiny, crying kid just so I can enjoy a sit down dinner/lunch at the expense of many others around me.
 
2013-04-09 10:23:31 AM  

someonelse: Mugato: Wow, that is one obnoxious biatch.

Think about why you assumed the author was female. Then feel bad about yourself.


Because the headline said s/he was?
 
2013-04-09 10:23:33 AM  

fo_sho!: jigger: This tumblr has been making the rounds. Is this kid typical or is he just a little biatch? I vote little biatch. Honestly, I don't think I could handle this little fark without choking him out.

http://reasonsmysoniscrying.tumblr.com/

On a bad day - that;s about par for the course with a 2 year old. That's the age when they can ask you for things, and you can tell them things, and they are learning what the word "no" means. As in - does no mean no or can I change that by crying.

It gets better around 3 1/2 because then they understand when you really mean it, and also you can threaten and bribe them and they will understand it.

/ Has 6 year old and 3 year old twins.


Twins that are 6 and 3? Aw, jeeze and mom said 9 hours of labor was bad.
 
2013-04-09 10:26:05 AM  
I Hate the "You Don't Understand" Parents -

And then the pretentiousness twat goes on to write that people without children don't understand that your dimwitted booger muncher of a snowlfake is misbehaved because they have a mouth breather for a parent.
 
2013-04-09 10:26:22 AM  

soia: I wonder if people truly understand how unimportant we really are in the grand scheme of things.


So kill yourself and be done with it.
 
2013-04-09 10:26:44 AM  

Lady Beryl Ersatz-Wendigo: If I go to Applebee's or The Cracker Barrel and there's some kid screaming his head off two tables over then I shrug and accept it.  You expect to see that kind of thing in a family restaurant.  But if I'm at a nicer resteraunt then I get real annoyed, real quick with screaming toddlers.


This.  If you are going to eat at a trough, don't complain about bumping into a few pigs.
 
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