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(Daily Mail)   New parents take infant to swanky ski resort and are appalled to find anonymous note under their door addressing their screaming baby, selfishness, lack of common sense and neighbors' ruined sleep. Naturally they run to the media   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 221
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2014-03-05 03:42:36 AM  

bk3k: I personally love people who bring their screaming toddlers to steak houses(or any sit down restaurants).  McDonalds sure.  But not nice places where people actually want to sit down and have a reasonably peaceful meal.  Those sort of people don't exactly care once the kids act up, don't do a damn thing about it, and have no shame nor consideration of others.

Sure people want to eat somewhere nice now and then.  Even parents.  But for that you leave the kids with relatives or a babysitter when they are that young or if you cannot otherwise control them.  It is a very simple matter of courtesy to OTHER people.  Just because you are used to the 24/7 screaming (and ignoring it to boot) doesn't mean everyone else should be expected to deal with it as well.


My mum loves to tell a story of when I was about 2 and they took me to a restaurant and I ran round and round yelling GIG GIG GIG GIG endlessly.  Not screaming, happy as anything.

How would you consider that?  Apparently everybody at this restaurant thought it was adorable and hilarious, so my parents didn't step in.
 
2014-03-05 03:50:48 AM  

Ready-set: Yeah. Having children means making sacrifices. Too many parents have the 'my child is special and belongs everywhere at all times' mentality.

You can't have it both ways.


And too many people have the 'I'm special and deserve to never be mildly inconvenienced anywhere I go' mentality.
 
2014-03-05 03:54:00 AM  
A couple of things:

1. Hotels suck sometimes. True hotel story: stayed at a place in Wisconsin on the way from Utah to NY. Pulled in near midnight, exhausted. And wanted to sleep. Well, I didn't know it, but the hotel was built right next to train tracks and the freight trains rumbled by at least hourly shaking the walls and blasting their cute little horns. We checked out at 5 am (I couldn't sleep and was the driver). I informed the front desk people that I would not be paying for those five hours. And did not pay. They put up a fight but I was mad. If I am offered a place to sleep for a price, I expect to be able to sleep. This couple in the story should have at least requested a different room instead of writing an angry letter.

2. Have a ski trip planned for CO here in a couple of weeks. Not staying in a hotel though, so there is that bonus.
 
2014-03-05 04:02:16 AM  

DemonEater: KWess: Alsace..Strasbourg area.

Spiffy.  We lived over by Nancy for a couple years, my dad later moved to Robertsau.  Visited him there once, gorgeous area except for the pollution smudge in the air.


Cool - we're househunting in Robersau right now (living in Obernai).  Pollution hasn't been a factor since we're here...so, fingers-crossed...maybe something's changed.  Been 10-15C all winter, so that's something.
 
2014-03-05 04:04:18 AM  

piltdown: Oh good, a "hate the breeders" thread.  These are always funny.


It's not about the "breeders" it's about the lack of judgement some people have. A baby at a ski resort is a bad idea no matter how you look at it.
 
2014-03-05 04:11:21 AM  

Ikahoshi: A baby at a ski resort is a bad idea no matter how you look at it.


And yet every year thousands are found at ski resorts.
 
2014-03-05 04:22:20 AM  
I dunno what age this baby is, but I started skiing at 2. My daughter just turned 3 and still sometimes has night terrors or growing pains (or tantrums) and will scream at night for a bit. We are taking her to a swanky ski area next weekend in the Alps (because we live in Germany). I don't see anything inappropriate about it. I don't see anything inappropriate about taking an infant to a ski resort. there are lots of activities other than skiing and maybe only one parent is a skier anyway. I've been kept up by all kinds of noises in hotels, usually by adults, so suck it up buttercup. In addition to the mention of kids out after 9, not every kid is on the same schedule. My husband started working late so we pushed back dinner and bedtime. My daughter is perfectly capable of staying up late, and then she sleeps in later. It's past 10am now and I am still waiting on her. Kids are not all the same and parenting is not just done one way.
 
2014-03-05 04:23:47 AM  

DemonEater: bk3k: I personally love people who bring their screaming toddlers to steak houses(or any sit down restaurants).  McDonalds sure.  But not nice places where people actually want to sit down and have a reasonably peaceful meal.  Those sort of people don't exactly care once the kids act up, don't do a damn thing about it, and have no shame nor consideration of others.

Sure people want to eat somewhere nice now and then.  Even parents.  But for that you leave the kids with relatives or a babysitter when they are that young or if you cannot otherwise control them.  It is a very simple matter of courtesy to OTHER people.  Just because you are used to the 24/7 screaming (and ignoring it to boot) doesn't mean everyone else should be expected to deal with it as well.

My mum loves to tell a story of when I was about 2 and they took me to a restaurant and I ran round and round yelling GIG GIG GIG GIG endlessly.  Not screaming, happy as anything.

How would you consider that?  Apparently everybody at this restaurant thought it was adorable and hilarious, so my parents didn't step in.


Adorable. Except a restaurant is a place where people try to get hot food to tables as quickly as possible. A toddler running around can disrupt this activity, not to mention be at risk for getting hot coffee spilled on it when a server tries to dodge out of the way.
 
2014-03-05 04:25:51 AM  

KWess: Cool - we're househunting in Robersau right now (living in Obernai). Pollution hasn't been a factor since we're here...so, fingers-crossed...maybe something's changed. Been 10-15C all winter, so that's something.


It was kind of noticeable when we down to Haut-Koenigsbourg and looked out across the Rhine valley from the top of the hill.  It's not so bad when you're down in the town and can't see as far.

When the weather gets nicer, you should totally do one of those canoe trips where they drive you a couple miles out in the country and push you in the river, and you paddle through the countryside and into the city center, where you hop out and find a nice place for lunch and a beer.  My dad and I had a great time doing that, other than getting rushed by a couple of swans on the way.
 
2014-03-05 04:32:41 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I see parents taking their infant children out to dinner at 9 in the evening. I hear people talk about getting "parent time" and pawning the little kids off on babysitters.


So which is it?  It's inappropriate for parents to take their babies with them to dinner, or it's inappropriate for them to hire a babysitter?

News flash for you and all the other haters in this thread:  babies and kids are people too.  True, I'm not taking my infant to a 10pm R-rated movie.  Then again, I'm not too worried about coont neighbors at a ski resort either - the baby has as much right to room and board there as anyone.

/Took my first ski lesson at age 2
 
2014-03-05 04:39:43 AM  

karmachameleon: AverageAmericanGuy: I see parents taking their infant children out to dinner at 9 in the evening. I hear people talk about getting "parent time" and pawning the little kids off on babysitters.

So which is it?  It's inappropriate for parents to take their babies with them to dinner, or it's inappropriate for them to hire a babysitter?

News flash for you and all the other haters in this thread:  babies and kids are people too.  True, I'm not taking my infant to a 10pm R-rated movie.  Then again, I'm not too worried about coont neighbors at a ski resort either - the baby has as much right to room and board there as anyone.

/Took my first ski lesson at age 2


Bolded for emphasis.  The kinds of parents that WOULD do that sort of shiat are the types we're complaining about.  I'm never having kids because I know I'd be a terrible parent.  That being said, I expect other adults to have some damn respect for the rest of humanity when their kid(s) is/are being brats and discipline accordingly.

/is 30
//Can't pay me enough to have kids
///Relatives bred enough that I don't have to worry about doing so
 
2014-03-05 04:42:02 AM  
Thread summation:

I hate being inconvenienced by self important douche-canoes, because in my self important world I am the most self-important douche-canoe of all, and me enjoying myself is much more important than other people enjoying themselves. Also breeders, crotchfruit, demon spawn.

I did that without reading a single post in the thread. However, given the time of night, I can fill on guarantee this is what 99% of the posts are.

Reality:

I used to have an infant, he grew up. Well, he'll be 9, but it's nice to have someone awesome to hang out with. He sucked when he was an infant, I'll admit it. I didn't go out to eat with him for the first 2.5 years after he was born, and then 1.5 yrs after that because it was embarrassing. Here's what you self-important douche-canoes don't get: we ARE embarrassed when that stuff happens. Chances are you have the unfortunate circumstance of having to endure out lowly presence on the VERY RARE occasion we go out. Very, very few parents treat their child as a "fashion accessory to be gawked at", another phrase I'm SURE someone mentioned. We're people, you idiots, and those are PUBLIC PLACES, you mega-idiots. There are other places that have strict "no children" policies so that kind of thing can be avoided. You're more than free to go to one of them, if you can afford it. If not, then the place you think is swanky, exclusive, hip, kitschy, what the fark ever... Is not. It's impossible to deal with the random expectations of random idiots all the time, and because YOU go grocery shopping, to the movies, out to eat.. ANYWHERE at 4 PM in the afternoon doesn't mean that there should be laws against OTHER PEOPLE WITH FAMILIES doing the same damn thing at reasonable times at reasonable places. All of these places have "kids nights" and "family night", if you don't have the foresight to notice that and lack the intelligence to ascertain its meaning, that's YOUR FAULT.

This all being said, there are plenty of idiot parents out there who take their infants to smoky restaurants at 10:30 at night. That's farking ASININE. There is an acceptable time to go to that place with your child, and there isn't. If it's before 9:00 PM, run that shiat. Afterwards, FFS, cook a goddamn meal for yourself. Have some consideration, and it's not consideration for the aforementioned 99% douche-canoes, it's for your farking kid. You're a horrible parent, and your child is going to hate you.

This DOES go both ways, but the sentiment that a lot of people share that blames parents for "thinking they're the only ones that matter" is projection. Are those parents sometimes self-entitled douche-canoes? Absolutely. Are you one too?

TL;DR

Dealwithit.jpg, unless you can afford to not.
 
2014-03-05 04:42:27 AM  

karmachameleon: AverageAmericanGuy: I see parents taking their infant children out to dinner at 9 in the evening. I hear people talk about getting "parent time" and pawning the little kids off on babysitters.

So which is it?  It's inappropriate for parents to take their babies with them to dinner, or it's inappropriate for them to hire a babysitter?

News flash for you and all the other haters in this thread:  babies and kids are people too.  True, I'm not taking my infant to a 10pm R-rated movie.  Then again, I'm not too worried about coont neighbors at a ski resort either - the baby has as much right to room and board there as anyone.


Stay with your kid and don't take them to places they don't belong. There's nothing contradictory there at all.

What makes it seem contradictory to you is the selfish mindset that says "I'm entitled to do all the stuff I used to do before the baby came". Then when someone calls you on it, they are the "coonts" and "haters".

/Took my first ski lesson at age 2

Your sense of entitlement shows.
 
2014-03-05 04:45:56 AM  
Oh, also the 9PM thing because the last thing I want is a bunch of drunk idiots around my baby wanting to get all up in his grill or hold him because he's SSSOOO CUTE. Lady, I think your tits are nice too, but I don't really know you, so I'm not gonna ask to hold them.
 
2014-03-05 04:50:02 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: karmachameleon: AverageAmericanGuy: I see parents taking their infant children out to dinner at 9 in the evening. I hear people talk about getting "parent time" and pawning the little kids off on babysitters.

So which is it?  It's inappropriate for parents to take their babies with them to dinner, or it's inappropriate for them to hire a babysitter?

News flash for you and all the other haters in this thread:  babies and kids are people too.  True, I'm not taking my infant to a 10pm R-rated movie.  Then again, I'm not too worried about coont neighbors at a ski resort either - the baby has as much right to room and board there as anyone.

Stay with your kid and don't take them to places they don't belong. There's nothing contradictory there at all.

What makes it seem contradictory to you is the selfish mindset that says "I'm entitled to do all the stuff I used to do before the baby came". Then when someone calls you on it, they are the "coonts" and "haters".

/Took my first ski lesson at age 2

Your sense of entitlement shows.


One of the best ways to ensure a successful relationship with the other parent, keep things romantic, and raise your child in the very same happy healthy home he was conceived in is to, god forbid, occasionally have someone else watch him for 3-5 whole hours. It's not like they're being raised entirely by another adult, but if mommy and daddy can't enjoy each others company every now and again, they will loathe each other, the world around them, and possibly (and inappropriately) the child.
 
2014-03-05 04:59:38 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I see parents taking their infant children out to dinner at 9 in the evening.


I got a kick out of all the people on this thread biatching about infants being at restaurants after 9 PM, because it's 2 AM where I am and the only reason I'm up is because my infant is eating.

9 PM seems like a pretty reasonable time to take an infant out to eat. The dinner rush is over and most places are pretty empty.
Now, I'm not going to let the kid scream (I'd take her outside first) but it's nice to eat at off-peak hours.
 
2014-03-05 05:00:58 AM  

Krieghund: AverageAmericanGuy: I see parents taking their infant children out to dinner at 9 in the evening.

I got a kick out of all the people on this thread biatching about infants being at restaurants after 9 PM, because it's 2 AM where I am and the only reason I'm up is because my infant is eating.

9 PM seems like a pretty reasonable time to take an infant out to eat. The dinner rush is over and most places are pretty empty.
Now, I'm not going to let the kid scream (I'd take her outside first) but it's nice to eat at off-peak hours.


Eat at home.
 
2014-03-05 05:04:04 AM  

sjcousins: Ready-set: Yeah. Having children means making sacrifices. Too many parents have the 'my child is special and belongs everywhere at all times' mentality.

You can't have it both ways.

And too many people have the 'I'm special and deserve to never be mildly inconvenienced anywhere I go' mentality.


I'm managing to tolorate your stupidity with grace and aplomb.
 
2014-03-05 05:06:04 AM  

Ready-set: sjcousins: Ready-set: Yeah. Having children means making sacrifices. Too many parents have the 'my child is special and belongs everywhere at all times' mentality.

You can't have it both ways.

And too many people have the 'I'm special and deserve to never be mildly inconvenienced anywhere I go' mentality.

I'm managing to tolorate your stupidity with grace and aplomb.


*tolerate

I guess it's just aplomb now...
 
2014-03-05 05:06:48 AM  

Krieghund: AverageAmericanGuy: I see parents taking their infant children out to dinner at 9 in the evening.

I got a kick out of all the people on this thread biatching about infants being at restaurants after 9 PM, because it's 2 AM where I am and the only reason I'm up is because my infant is eating.

9 PM seems like a pretty reasonable time to take an infant out to eat. The dinner rush is over and most places are pretty empty.
Now, I'm not going to let the kid scream (I'd take her outside first) but it's nice to eat at off-peak hours.


Does the restaurant serve Gerber? I would think that they don't, and infants can't eat solid food. Ergo, you're not taking your infant out to eat at 9PM, you're taking yourself out and bringing your infant along. It's not a horrible time, really, but you're edging into "lack-of-consideration-territory" there, and as a parent it's fully understandable that they become annoyed if your infant throws a fit at that time. You're fully capable of cooking your own food, and feeding your infant, at home. Granted not eating during the rush on PURPOSE is considerate of you, however is would say you're fully entitled to do so depending on what establishment you're eating at.
 
2014-03-05 05:13:18 AM  

DemonEater: KWess: Cool - we're househunting in Robersau right now (living in Obernai). Pollution hasn't been a factor since we're here...so, fingers-crossed...maybe something's changed. Been 10-15C all winter, so that's something.

It was kind of noticeable when we down to Haut-Koenigsbourg and looked out across the Rhine valley from the top of the hill.  It's not so bad when you're down in the town and can't see as far.

When the weather gets nicer, you should totally do one of those canoe trips where they drive you a couple miles out in the country and push you in the river, and you paddle through the countryside and into the city center, where you hop out and find a nice place for lunch and a beer.  My dad and I had a great time doing that, other than getting rushed by a couple of swans on the way.


Yeah, I guess you could say that about any urban area in a valley...and remembering that this is all in European terms too...it's a sliding scale (on my way to China next week).

Thanks for the tip on the canoe ride.  I've seen people doing this...I'll definitely take advantage.
 
2014-03-05 05:15:25 AM  

Witty Comment: Here's what you self-important douche-canoes don't get: we ARE embarrassed when that stuff happens


Here's the difference: you went out of your way to avoid these kinds of events. Not only did these people NOT do that, but they ran to the media.

Incidentally, and this may be somewhat interesting for you to learn: when I hear loud, obnoxious noises, I'm not just thinking o the discomfort I'm going through, but of the discomfort OTHERS may be going through. If, for example, you cannot have a vacation with your child, DON'T TAKE YOUR CHILD ON A VACATION. If you're miserable in a new environment, how do you think people who wanted to ENJOY themselves must feel?
 
2014-03-05 05:17:17 AM  
And the "you" = "these people"...

/who ARE these people?!
 
2014-03-05 05:20:13 AM  
Oh don't get me wrong. Misbehaving children in public is unacceptable. And some places you shouldn't take kids at all. Any movie that isn't for kids for example. A hotel or a 'ski resort' is not one of those places.
 
2014-03-05 05:26:31 AM  

puffy999: Witty Comment: Here's what you self-important douche-canoes don't get: we ARE embarrassed when that stuff happens

Here's the difference: you went out of your way to avoid these kinds of events. Not only did these people NOT do that, but they ran to the media.

Incidentally, and this may be somewhat interesting for you to learn: when I hear loud, obnoxious noises, I'm not just thinking o the discomfort I'm going through, but of the discomfort OTHERS may be going through. If, for example, you cannot have a vacation with your child, DON'T TAKE YOUR CHILD ON A VACATION. If you're miserable in a new environment, how do you think people who wanted to ENJOY themselves must feel?


The contradiction in what you've tried to teach me is as follows:

Statement a: you did not do x and went out f your way to accomplish that, because you were embarrassed (also taken as: considerate of others environment)

Followed by statement b: you need to learn to be considerate of others discomfort.
 
2014-03-05 05:29:53 AM  
...unless of course I missed your second post and it meant that when you said "you" would be interested to learn, you meant "these people".

/roundtine
 
2014-03-05 05:39:53 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I see parents taking their infant children out to dinner at 9 in the evening. I hear people talk about getting "parent time" and pawning the little kids off on babysitters. There are stories like this where parents are taking their babies to places inappropriate for them.

Being a parent means making some sacrifices. But somehow, somewhere along the line that concept was thrown out and parents just became selfish, self-centered brats for whom the baby is just an accessory to be gawked at by strangers.


Came here to say this but with more disgust. I think the sun is setting on the cults of baby praise and mommy goddesses in America. I'm running into more and more people, parents and non-parents, who are seeing it as the absolute bullshiat advertisement it is.

Oh and everyone loves you and your baby. You and your awkward, bratty nine-year old? Not so much. Think about your motivation for wanting a child. If it is anything outside of absolute love, get a more robust hobby.
 
2014-03-05 06:15:26 AM  

Public Savant: I have kids myself, and let me tell you this: that letter is not very effective.

What would be effective would be to wait for the kid to finally fall asleep, wait 5 minutes, and then start playing loud music and bang on the walls.

/Any weapon can be turned against it's owner


Correct.
 
2014-03-05 06:21:10 AM  
Having children should be outlawed, for my convenience.
 
2014-03-05 06:21:18 AM  

maram500: AverageAmericanGuy: I see parents taking their infant children out to dinner at 9 in the evening.

If I had a dollar for every time I see an infant or toddler being dragged along by its parents for dinner at 9pm, I'd be a rich sonofabiatch. I was in IHOP last week--because I wanted pancakes at 3am, and so did my friends--and there was an otherwise lovely couple just sitting there with a kid in a car seat. I swear I not only smelled shiat, but that kid started screaming about half an hour after I sat down.

Why is it not legal to beat a small child with a syrup dispenser? Why?!


Because it's not the farking kid's fault. Beating it's parents should be legal, and the correct question.
 
2014-03-05 06:32:46 AM  
Big talk from a passive aggressive note writer.  Of course the note writer didn't have the nerve to just knock on the door and complain about it.
Bee Oh Oh, Aitch Oh Oh.
 
2014-03-05 06:38:10 AM  
If the restaurant has silverware, don't bring your little nose miners.

If it has a ball pit, feel free.

For restaurants that have neither, use your discretion.

Your kids are 10% as cute as you think they are, and 1000% more annoying. You cannot understand this, however, because you are not objective and a lousy parent.
 
2014-03-05 06:38:34 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I see parents taking their infant children out to dinner at 9 in the evening. I hear people talk about getting "parent time" and pawning the little kids off on babysitters. There are stories like this where parents are taking their babies to places inappropriate for them.

Being a parent means making some sacrifices. But somehow, somewhere along the line that concept was thrown out and parents just became selfish, self-centered brats for whom the baby is just an accessory to be gawked at by strangers.


Generally, you'll find out which parents used their baby as an accessory when the child begins to talk. Those parents look like they despise their child every time he/she opens his/her mouth. The attention shifted from them to the child.

/New parent
//Don't take the baby to inappropriate places like a damned ski resort (or airplane, or fancy restaurant).
///Walk around the mall or something but know when to get out....like when the baby is wailing
 
2014-03-05 06:38:40 AM  
We took our kids everywhere. Had to. Didn't know a soul nearby and no family in the area. Never past 9. Rarely to very swanky places. But we did take them to a ski resort once. They fussed a bit, but weren't anything compared to the people that partied till 4am in the room next to us.

Parents of young children need to get out, too. Young children are demanding. You should give their parents your sympathies, not your criticism.

And unless there is a no kids policy, I'LL decide where and when it is appropriate to take my children and YOU can STFU.

/you were prolly an obnoxious kidlet, yourself
//yeah, you!
 
2014-03-05 06:39:15 AM  
I wouldn't want to be in a hotel room next to a crying baby, either.

And by that i mean most of the people in this thread.

If you're so easily irritated and disturbed by other humans, maybe you should take your vacation where there aren't any.
 
2014-03-05 06:46:49 AM  

a_room_with_a_moose: We took our kids everywhere. Had to. Didn't know a soul nearby and no family in the area. Never past 9. Rarely to very swanky places. But we did take them to a ski resort once. They fussed a bit, but weren't anything compared to the people that partied till 4am in the room next to us.

Parents of young children need to get out, too. Young children are demanding. You should give their parents your sympathies, not your criticism.

And unless there is a no kids policy, I'LL decide where and when it is appropriate to take my children and YOU can STFU.

/you were prolly an obnoxious kidlet, yourself
//yeah, you!


Have to go out?

Yes, I was obnoxious, so vacations consisted of camping in a state forest where the only thing you couldn't do was burn it down. I didn't see the inside of an airplane until I was a teenager, and eating out was such a rare treat, that you dare not screw it up.

Your problem is you are tired, you lack impartiality, and more of you every day, just gives up. Don't take it personally, just understand your beautiful little angel is a noisy, shiating ankle biter to everyone else.
 
2014-03-05 06:59:55 AM  

sjcousins: Oh don't get me wrong. Misbehaving children in public is unacceptable. And some places you shouldn't take kids at all. Any movie that isn't for kids for example. A hotel or a 'ski resort' is not one of those places.


Dammit I forgot to quote this.

Ready-set: Ready-set: sjcousins: Ready-set: Yeah. Having children means making sacrifices. Too many parents have the 'my child is special and belongs everywhere at all times' mentality.

You can't have it both ways.

And too many people have the 'I'm special and deserve to never be mildly inconvenienced anywhere I go' mentality.

I'm managing to tolorate your stupidity with grace and aplomb.

*tolerate

I guess it's just aplomb now...

 
2014-03-05 07:04:25 AM  
whatever the circumstances, if a hotel guest prevents another hotel guest from sleeping in their room from 12am to 7am, the one preventing the other from sleeping is an asshole. loud party, crying child, wallbanging sex, any reason short of medical emergency.
 
2014-03-05 07:05:19 AM  

Milo Minderbinder: a_room_with_a_moose: We took our kids everywhere. Had to. Didn't know a soul nearby and no family in the area. Never past 9. Rarely to very swanky places. But we did take them to a ski resort once. They fussed a bit, but weren't anything compared to the people that partied till 4am in the room next to us.

Parents of young children need to get out, too. Young children are demanding. You should give their parents your sympathies, not your criticism.

And unless there is a no kids policy, I'LL decide where and when it is appropriate to take my children and YOU can STFU.

/you were prolly an obnoxious kidlet, yourself
//yeah, you!

Have to go out?

Yes, I was obnoxious, so vacations consisted of camping in a state forest where the only thing you couldn't do was burn it down. I didn't see the inside of an airplane until I was a teenager, and eating out was such a rare treat, that you dare not screw it up.

Your problem is you are tired, you lack impartiality, and more of you every day, just gives up. Don't take it personally, just understand your beautiful little angel is a noisy, shiating ankle biter to everyone else.


Oh, I understand. No snowflakes in my house, believe me. I've made it clear to them that, while I would die for them, the rest of the world is ambivilant to their existence, at best.

That being said, deal with it.
 
2014-03-05 07:12:07 AM  

a_room_with_a_moose: Milo Minderbinder: a_room_with_a_moose: We took our kids everywhere. Had to. Didn't know a soul nearby and no family in the area. Never past 9. Rarely to very swanky places. But we did take them to a ski resort once. They fussed a bit, but weren't anything compared to the people that partied till 4am in the room next to us.

Parents of young children need to get out, too. Young children are demanding. You should give their parents your sympathies, not your criticism.

And unless there is a no kids policy, I'LL decide where and when it is appropriate to take my children and YOU can STFU.

/you were prolly an obnoxious kidlet, yourself
//yeah, you!

Have to go out?

Yes, I was obnoxious, so vacations consisted of camping in a state forest where the only thing you couldn't do was burn it down. I didn't see the inside of an airplane until I was a teenager, and eating out was such a rare treat, that you dare not screw it up.

Your problem is you are tired, you lack impartiality, and more of you every day, just gives up. Don't take it personally, just understand your beautiful little angel is a noisy, shiating ankle biter to everyone else.

Oh, I understand. No snowflakes in my house, believe me. I've made it clear to them that, while I would die for them, the rest of the world is ambivilant to their existence, at best.

That being said, deal with it.


No, I intentionally have not spawned, so I would not have to deal with it. You got yourself into this mess; get yourself out.
 
2014-03-05 07:23:19 AM  
I think The Parents of FarkTM need to stop arguing on the internet and start focusing on being better parents. Because most of you suck at it.

And once again the wisdom of Kirk: "It is a big universe, Charlie. There are a million things you can have and there are a million things you can't have." Start dealing with this fact now. Your children will thank you for it.
 
2014-03-05 07:23:58 AM  
Wow. A "Swanky" resort and people still write like this:

"Thank you for bringing a screaming baby to a ski resort and wake up everyone near your room..."

/Bringing...waking
 
2014-03-05 07:35:25 AM  
Oooh. He responded on a blog no one reads. That'll show'em
 
2014-03-05 07:40:38 AM  
this is a perfect reason to deploy the alarm clock bomb.  Its when you leave your hotel, place the alarm clock against the wall behind a pillow,set it to go off as soon as you leave, place the do not disturb sign on your door knob, and leave for the day. The alarm clock bomb is also best accompanied by periodically calling the pest neighbors' room and accusing the tenants of things like loudly having sex while being fat, arguing about what time it is, etc.  They WILL ask to switch rooms.  I do this to pest neighbors while on business trips.
 
2014-03-05 07:44:54 AM  

Milo Minderbinder: a_room_with_a_moose: Milo Minderbinder: a_room_with_a_moose: We took our kids everywhere. Had to. Didn't know a soul nearby and no family in the area. Never past 9. Rarely to very swanky places. But we did take them to a ski resort once. They fussed a bit, but weren't anything compared to the people that partied till 4am in the room next to us.

Parents of young children need to get out, too. Young children are demanding. You should give their parents your sympathies, not your criticism.

And unless there is a no kids policy, I'LL decide where and when it is appropriate to take my children and YOU can STFU.

/you were prolly an obnoxious kidlet, yourself
//yeah, you!

Have to go out?

Yes, I was obnoxious, so vacations consisted of camping in a state forest where the only thing you couldn't do was burn it down. I didn't see the inside of an airplane until I was a teenager, and eating out was such a rare treat, that you dare not screw it up.

Your problem is you are tired, you lack impartiality, and more of you every day, just gives up. Don't take it personally, just understand your beautiful little angel is a noisy, shiating ankle biter to everyone else.

Oh, I understand. No snowflakes in my house, believe me. I've made it clear to them that, while I would die for them, the rest of the world is ambivilant to their existence, at best.

That being said, deal with it.

No, I intentionally have not spawned, so I would not have to deal with it. You got yourself into this mess; get yourself out.


I have. My kids are grown. They turned out quite nicely, thanks.

And we thank you for not breeding!
 
2014-03-05 07:46:15 AM  

DittoToo: I took my daughter to see the Lego movie tonight.  She's whatever years old.  It doesn't mater because it was the theater's designated kids showing for the day.  Early screening and on a Tuesday.  We were the only ones with a kid.  Kid was going "Oh no!!!" and "Yeh!" and "Wowwaahh!" and I could hear the adults around us hissing between their teeth every time.  Not all, mind you, but enough.  I wish one of them would have had the audacity to say something but it never happened.  I would have enjoyed explaining the concept of kids night to them.


www.moviequotesandmore.com
Lance: Still got your daughter?
Vincent: Aw, man. You know what some farker did the other day?
Lance: What?
Vincent: farking hissed at her.
Lance: Oh, man, that's farked up.
Vincent: Tell me about it. I've had her for five years, she was at the movies for 10 minutes and some dickless piece of shiat hissed at her.
Lance: They should be farking killed. No trial, no jury, straight to execution.
Vincent: Boy, I wish I could've caught him doing it. I'd have given anything to catch that asshole doing it. It'd been worth him doing it just so I could've caught him doing it.
Lance: What a farker!
Vincent: What's more chickenshiat than hissing at a man's daughter? I mean, don't fark with another man's daughter.
Lance: You don't do it.
Vincent: It's just against the rules.
 
2014-03-05 07:46:41 AM  
Sleeeeep all day, ski all night.
 
2014-03-05 07:58:00 AM  
Mythdragon: you might be the only person in history to confuse Samuel L. Jackson with Eric Stoltz.


SLJ = Jules
ES = Lance
 
2014-03-05 08:05:39 AM  

Summer Glau's Love Slave: Back when the third LOTR came out I went to to 10:00 PM showing, and a couple of breeders had their 3 kids with them. The oldest kid was maybe 8, and the littlest was a baby.

/Some people.


People still say "breeders?"
 
2014-03-05 08:07:05 AM  
I bet that baby doesn't even ski very well.
 
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