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(Yahoo)   Not news: Woman has boobs. News: She uses them in public Fark: They give her free pizza for it   (shine.yahoo.com) divider line 124
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2013-07-19 02:59:11 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: Dreamless: TuteTibiImperes: No Soap Radio: Breastfeeding in public is a little weird. I said it.

I agree.  I think breastfeeding is a great idea, there's plenty of scientific evidence that it's good for the kid, etc, but do it at home, or if you absolutely have to do it while out go out to your car, or the restroom, or somewhere else discrete.

Jesus Christ, get over it, you pussies!  It's just a breast.

I have no issues with breasts.  If we want to make it appropriate for women to bear them in more locations, great, and breastfeeding would be fine in those places too.  What I don't like is the entitlement, the thought process of 'I'm a mother, so that means I can whip it out where other people can't and let my baby suckle wherever I please'.


And how do we go about "making it appropriate?"
 
2013-07-19 03:38:33 AM  

fusillade762: aerojockey: fusillade762: aerojockey: And one more comment. You know who the most suffering human being in America is right now?

That's woman's 12 year old.

Wat?

Have you never been 12 years old?  At 12, the last thing you want is for you own mother to make national news for getting a free pizza for breastfeeding in public.  You'll note that the 12-year-old is nowhere to be seen in the "family" photo.

Where did you dig up this 12-year-old?

From TFA:

their three kids, ages 4, 3, and 12 months


What I don't get is how she can have three children whose ages are 3, 4, and 12 months. Two of them would have to be adopted. Even a cat takes longer than a month to gestate a baby.
 
2013-07-19 05:22:00 AM  
I'd pay her to use them in public too.
 
2013-07-19 06:04:41 AM  

HotWingAgenda: What I don't get is how she can have three children whose ages are 3, 4, and 12 months. Two of them would have to be adopted. Even a cat takes longer than a month to gestate a baby.


I think it means they are four years old, three years old, and one year old.
 
2013-07-19 07:51:28 AM  
"If paying with a debit card your bank may hold 20% or more as a pending charge for gratuity on your account for up to 7 business days?"

Well PHUQ YOU, Fong. I'm off to Pizza Hut.
 
2013-07-19 08:35:12 AM  
When my wife was breast feeding, she'd tell me how uncomfortable it was when she had to breast feed in public. As a progressive, enlightened human being, I decided to show my solidarity and support for her, and protest her oppression. So the next time we were at Red Robin, I whipped up my shirt and let hungry little Braydynnn (our 4-year old) suckle at my teat.

Did I get a free pizza? Noooooooo...
 
2013-07-19 08:45:21 AM  
This is TITS!
/can't believe no one else said it.
 
2013-07-19 09:13:45 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: No Soap Radio: Breastfeeding in public is a little weird. I said it.

I agree.  I think breastfeeding is a great idea, there's plenty of scientific evidence that it's good for the kid, etc, but do it at home, or if you absolutely have to do it while out go out to your car, or the restroom, or somewhere else discrete


Don't watch. Don't suggest that anyone should eat or be fed in a restroom without being called (in this case) a dirty perv.
 
2013-07-19 09:20:33 AM  

andersoncouncil42: TuteTibiImperes: No Soap Radio: Breastfeeding in public is a little weird. I said it.

I agree.  I think breastfeeding is a great idea, there's plenty of scientific evidence that it's good for the kid, etc, but do it at home, or if you absolutely have to do it while out go out to your car, or the restroom, or somewhere else discrete

Don't watch. Don't suggest that anyone should eat or be fed in a restroom without being called (in this case) a dirty perv.


So if I'm masturbating in public, just don't watch.
 
2013-07-19 09:35:15 AM  

Fark Me To Tears: So the mother is claiming that most restaurants aren't family friendly? Really?


Actually, yes.

New dad here. I was in your position a few years ago, and my wife and I know that screaming kids ruin everyone's meal out. Now that we've had a kid, we occasionally still want to go out. We do it when the restaurants typically have no other customers... either late or early for lunch, dinner, etc. (just in case the kid starts a screaming fit, in which case, we take her outside -luckily so far, she's been an angel in restaurants, not a word).

However, to give you an example of how kid unfriendly restaurants are... we went to Chipotle (which we both love) and the baby soiled her diaper. So we went into the restroom to look for a changing table... nothing. We asked the management if they had a changing table... nope.

Did we change her on our dining table? No, we packed our food and left.

Next time you go out, seriously look for things like changing tables, and then look at how clean they are. If you find one, most of them you wouldn't want to put your kid down on, even with something to cover the surface. Target, Babie's 'R' Us, Walmart, your local grocery store... you know... places where you'd *expect* to see kids... these are atrocious.

One day, if you ever leave your parent's basement and order a mail order spouse and end up with a kid that may or may not be yours... you'll understand how difficult companies make it for parents, and how difficult a dirty diaper can be to solve when there's no where to change it. When poop is literally *leaking* out of a diaper (diaper explosion), you really can't just go to your car and sit them down to change them because the business you just went in decided not to spend maybe $100 on purchasing a changing station, or 10 seconds of time cleaning it once a day.

While we wouldn't do it, I'm starting to understand why some parents change their kids at the dining table now. You should be mad at the owners in most cases, not the parents.
 
2013-07-19 09:42:08 AM  

Gabrielmot: Fark Me To Tears: So the mother is claiming that most restaurants aren't family friendly? Really?

Actually, yes.

New dad here. I was in your position a few years ago, and my wife and I know that screaming kids ruin everyone's meal out. Now that we've had a kid, we occasionally still want to go out. We do it when the restaurants typically have no other customers... either late or early for lunch, dinner, etc. (just in case the kid starts a screaming fit, in which case, we take her outside -luckily so far, she's been an angel in restaurants, not a word).

However, to give you an example of how kid unfriendly restaurants are... we went to Chipotle (which we both love) and the baby soiled her diaper. So we went into the restroom to look for a changing table... nothing. We asked the management if they had a changing table... nope.

Did we change her on our dining table? No, we packed our food and left.

Next time you go out, seriously look for things like changing tables, and then look at how clean they are. If you find one, most of them you wouldn't want to put your kid down on, even with something to cover the surface. Target, Babie's 'R' Us, Walmart, your local grocery store... you know... places where you'd *expect* to see kids... these are atrocious.

One day, if you ever leave your parent's basement and order a mail order spouse and end up with a kid that may or may not be yours... you'll understand how difficult companies make it for parents, and how difficult a dirty diaper can be to solve when there's no where to change it. When poop is literally *leaking* out of a diaper (diaper explosion), you really can't just go to your car and sit them down to change them because the business you just went in decided not to spend maybe $100 on purchasing a changing station, or 10 seconds of time cleaning it once a day.

While we wouldn't do it, I'm starting to understand why some parents change their kids at the dining table now. You should be mad at the owners in most ca ...


Good Christ, are you serious? You had a slightly awkward time at Chipotle? Parent truly are the most oppressed people who ever lived.
 
2013-07-19 10:02:38 AM  

WhippingBoy: Gabrielmot: Fark Me To Tears: So the mother is claiming that most restaurants aren't family friendly? Really?

Actually, yes.

New dad here. I was in your position a few years ago, and my wife and I know that screaming kids ruin everyone's meal out. Now that we've had a kid, we occasionally still want to go out. We do it when the restaurants typically have no other customers... either late or early for lunch, dinner, etc. (just in case the kid starts a screaming fit, in which case, we take her outside -luckily so far, she's been an angel in restaurants, not a word).

However, to give you an example of how kid unfriendly restaurants are... we went to Chipotle (which we both love) and the baby soiled her diaper. So we went into the restroom to look for a changing table... nothing. We asked the management if they had a changing table... nope.

Did we change her on our dining table? No, we packed our food and left.

Next time you go out, seriously look for things like changing tables, and then look at how clean they are. If you find one, most of them you wouldn't want to put your kid down on, even with something to cover the surface. Target, Babie's 'R' Us, Walmart, your local grocery store... you know... places where you'd *expect* to see kids... these are atrocious.

One day, if you ever leave your parent's basement and order a mail order spouse and end up with a kid that may or may not be yours... you'll understand how difficult companies make it for parents, and how difficult a dirty diaper can be to solve when there's no where to change it. When poop is literally *leaking* out of a diaper (diaper explosion), you really can't just go to your car and sit them down to change them because the business you just went in decided not to spend maybe $100 on purchasing a changing station, or 10 seconds of time cleaning it once a day.

While we wouldn't do it, I'm starting to understand why some parents change their kids at the dining table now. You should be mad at the owner ...


:-) just wait, you'll understand. But yeah, you're right, it was just a slightly awkward time at Chipotle...

(if there was some serious, non-snark in that post)... No, parents aren't oppressed, but businesses really don't make it easy for them either.  Those few times you manage to get out, it would be *nice* if there was a clean changing table available in every bathroom.

Yeah, we're the ones that decided to have a child, but so did your parents. If a clean changing table keeps one kid from getting upset and throwing a shiat storm, or one bad parent from changing a diaper next to you while you eat... Isn't it worth it?
 
2013-07-19 10:02:58 AM  
Kids over a year old don't need to be breastfeeding.
 
2013-07-19 10:12:43 AM  
She appears capable.

www.carterburwell.com
 
2013-07-19 10:39:00 AM  

aerojockey: fusillade762: their three kids, ages 4, 3, and 12 months

Obviously a 12-year-old kid whose name is "Months", duh.  Which means mom has now embarrased little Months yet again.


So just February?
 
2013-07-19 10:44:56 AM  

Gabrielmot: We asked the management if they had a changing table... nope.


This really is the most frustrating part. And many of the places that actually do bother to get one, don't get it for the mens room as well. Being a full time dad for the first year of my first son's life, and still spending quite a bit of time with him and the second one since going back to working, I'd REALLY appreciate a changing table now and then. Can't put into words how much I love having a Subaru outback since having kids... I think I've changed more diapers out of the back of that thing than anywhere else, possibly even more than the changing table inside the house.
Oh quick tip: I believe every single Home Depot has one in the mens

And Re: "go nurse in the car" erm yeah, I think most cars leave a nursing woman more exposed and "on display" than the quiet side of a restaurant.

Re: "use a cover!" some babies refuse to eat with one and will just scream.
 
2013-07-19 10:50:34 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: No Soap Radio: Breastfeeding in public is a little weird. I said it.

I agree.  I think breastfeeding is a great idea, there's plenty of scientific evidence that it's good for the kid, etc, but do it at home, or if you absolutely have to do it while out go out to your car, or the restroom, or somewhere else discrete.


Why?
 
2013-07-19 11:54:43 AM  
Count me in the camp of, "If you think breastfeeding in public is weird, then you should probably examine your own feelings on the subject."  Besides, I love being titillated by the sight of bare breasts in public.
 
2013-07-19 11:56:29 AM  

WhippingBoy: andersoncouncil42: TuteTibiImperes: No Soap Radio: Breastfeeding in public is a little weird. I said it.

I agree.  I think breastfeeding is a great idea, there's plenty of scientific evidence that it's good for the kid, etc, but do it at home, or if you absolutely have to do it while out go out to your car, or the restroom, or somewhere else discrete

Don't watch. Don't suggest that anyone should eat or be fed in a restroom without being called (in this case) a dirty perv.

So if I'm masturbating in public, just don't watch.


This explains pretty much every argument against breast feeding in public: People like you are creepy individuals that can't see the difference between a sexual act and woman caring for her offspring. That's your hang-up, not everyone else's.

/really? Equating masterbating in public to breast feeding? You're an idiot.
 
2013-07-19 11:57:06 AM  

A Leaf in Fall: Count me in the camp of, "If you think breastfeeding in public is weird, then you should probably examine your own feelings on the subject."  Besides, I love being titillated by the sight of bare breasts in public.


Agreed, there's even a beautiful flowchart about it!
abortiongang.wpengine.com
 
2013-07-19 12:44:18 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: Any place where going topless (for men or women) should be OK for breastfeeding - so parks or the beach are A-OK. If you're someplace where taking your shirt off is not permitted, such as a restaurant, you shouldn't be breastfeeding there.


This might me the most reasoned response to breastinistas I have ever heard.

who are you and why are you on FARK?
 
2013-07-19 01:32:43 PM  

mooseyfate: WhippingBoy: andersoncouncil42: TuteTibiImperes: No Soap Radio: Breastfeeding in public is a little weird. I said it.

I agree.  I think breastfeeding is a great idea, there's plenty of scientific evidence that it's good for the kid, etc, but do it at home, or if you absolutely have to do it while out go out to your car, or the restroom, or somewhere else discrete

Don't watch. Don't suggest that anyone should eat or be fed in a restroom without being called (in this case) a dirty perv.

So if I'm masturbating in public, just don't watch.

This explains pretty much every argument against breast feeding in public: People like you are creepy individuals that can't see the difference between a sexual act and woman caring for her offspring. That's your hang-up, not everyone else's.

/really? Equating masterbating in public to breast feeding? You're an idiot.


Sometimes you've got an itch that you just need to scratch. Who are you to judge?
 
2013-07-19 03:24:41 PM  

Gleeman: Internet Meme Rogers: Ew, she's still breastfeeding a 1 year old?

Up to 2 maybe, I had an aunt who breastfed her kids until they were almost 4. Talk about disturbing.


Breastfeeding until age 3, 4 or 5 - more common than you think

Breast-feeding a 3-year-old is normal, anthropologist says
 
2013-07-19 03:28:47 PM  

Fark Me To Tears: So the mother is claiming that most restaurants aren't family friendly? Really?

I haven't been in a restaurant in the past several years where families with screaming, disruptive. misbehaving brats were ever turned away. In fact, those families usually wind up sitting somewhere near me, and then I get glares from the parents if I even look in the direction of their noisy little ADHD snowflakes.

As for breastfeeding in a restaurant: I don't have a problem with it. I agree that doing it discreetly (covered, like this lady was) is typically going to get you fewer stares and whispers from various people (including other people's kids).

What I have a problem with are parents who won't discipline their children when they're misbehaving. Oh, and parents who feel the need to change their baby's diaper at the table, rather than taking it to the restroom. I'm all for throwing out the entire family in either of those instances. Restaurant managers who tolerate this nonsense are actually hurting their businesses in the long run.


Speaking as someone who is all for breastfeeding in public... THAT is completely uncalled for and a health violation to boot. Food is at the table. Poop is in the bathroom. It's a simple concept.
 
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