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(The Garden Island)   18-year-old babysitter gets probation for beating up kids... oh, wait, for beating up their dad who hired her to watch them "for a little while" then didn't come back from the bar 'til after midnight. Better make that tag a double, bartender   (thegardenisland.com) divider line 56
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2014-05-23 05:52:49 PM  
Okay.

"Double dumb-ass on you!"
 
2014-05-23 08:43:16 PM  
Violent babysitter trifecta in effect?
 
2014-05-23 08:46:14 PM  
A Hanapepe woman was given three days jail and probation for assaulting the father who left her with his children for several more hours than agreed to while he visited a bar.

Heh. "Hanapepe".
 
2014-05-23 08:46:50 PM  
Well there goes the overtime pay.
 
2014-05-23 08:48:00 PM  
Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.
 
2014-05-23 08:48:32 PM  
Will defiantly not call again.
 
2014-05-23 08:49:13 PM  

buckler: A Hanapepe woman was given three days jail and probation for assaulting the father who left her with his children for several more hours than agreed to while he visited a bar.

Heh. "Hanapepe".


Hanapepe is the new handjob.
 
2014-05-23 08:49:39 PM  
The Babysitter's Club, ideed
 
2014-05-23 08:54:29 PM  
So from what i understand from the article, if she had whooped his ass without the kids present he punishment would have been less.
 
2014-05-23 08:54:45 PM  
My sister pulled this kind of stunt with her friend (roommate).  Walked out of the house, left friend in charge of baby.  Sleeping friend.  Who had Pneumonia at the time.   Wasn't actually aware she had been left in charge of said baby. Sister went out to bar for six hours.  Friend, finally figuring out what had happened when baby wouldn't stop crying.  Changes and feeds baby.  Walks to bar around corner, baby in hand, and slugs my sister right in the face.  My sister deserved it.

This was before rehab (round X) for my sister.  I think round X+1 "stuck", since she's been sober for 23 years now...
 
2014-05-23 08:56:37 PM  

stuffy: Will defiantly not call again.


How to spellcheck the word "definitely" and still get it wrong:  definitely -> definately -> definatly -> spellcheck turns it into defiantly
 
2014-05-23 08:59:08 PM  

nytmare: stuffy: Will defiantly not call again.

How to spellcheck the word "definitely" and still get it wrong:  definitely -> definately -> definatly -> spellcheck turns it into defiantly


My spell check has always deified me that way, too.
 
2014-05-23 09:01:20 PM  

Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.


I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.
 
2014-05-23 09:05:13 PM  

lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.


Yeah. When you drive the sitter home drunk, she always ends up puking in the car.
 
2014-05-23 09:13:11 PM  
But was she hot?
 
2014-05-23 09:14:46 PM  

haemaker: Okay.

"Double dumb-ass on you!"


i291.photobucket.com


Still makes me laugh almost 30(!) years later....
 
2014-05-23 09:16:39 PM  

Tom_Slick: So from what i understand from the article, if she had whooped his ass without the kids present he punishment would have been less.



You read the article!!?!?  Why would you do that?   Don't you know the only reason any Farker/Farkette clicks on a link is to evaluate the accuracy of a submitter's use of the words "smoking hot"?
 
2014-05-23 09:17:43 PM  

lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.


You got drunk as a sitter?

For shame
 
2014-05-23 09:19:29 PM  

lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.


Must have been nice.  My babysitting experience was along the lines of "Oh, I"ll pay you $2/hr to watch her for two hours." Parent is then gone for ten+ hours.  "Here's your two dollars for the night, and another two because you were SO nice to watch her for so long!"

If I hadn't felt so damn bad for the little girl, who was desperate for somebody to talk and play with, I'd have told them to fark off (me at age 14).  WHen I stood my ground about it being an HOURLY rate, parent stopped coming.

And I never opted to babysit again.
 
2014-05-23 09:23:16 PM  

Danger Avoid Death: lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.

Yeah. When you drive the sitter home drunk, she always ends up puking in the car.


If I could have located the parents' liquor, I might have actually enjoyed babysitting.
 
2014-05-23 09:24:25 PM  

Danger Avoid Death: lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.

Yeah. When you drive the sitter home drunk, she always ends up puking in the car.


Hmmm, note to self - work on your sentence structure.

/yeah, I see the rest of yinz lol
 
2014-05-23 09:32:33 PM  
Dude's a step ahead of my mom. No babysitter, just gone until after 2.
 
2014-05-23 09:33:34 PM  

vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.

Must have been nice.  My babysitting experience was along the lines of "Oh, I"ll pay you $2/hr to watch her for two hours." Parent is then gone for ten+ hours.  "Here's your two dollars for the night, and another two because you were SO nice to watch her for so long!"

If I hadn't felt so damn bad for the little girl, who was desperate for somebody to talk and play with, I'd have told them to fark off (me at age 14).  WHen I stood my ground about it being an HOURLY rate, parent stopped coming.

And I never opted to babysit again.


I started babysitting when I was 12. That was 1968 and it was kosher back then. I was the oldest and was deemed responsible (I was) because I babysat my 3 younger sisters. We lived in the city; many houses close together. It was an Irish-German Catholic neighborhood and families had 4-13 kids.

The Jones family had 13. I still smile anytime someone says anything about "keeping up with the Joneses".
 
2014-05-23 09:38:45 PM  
HEY KIDS! Here's a GREAT rule to save you from future problems with the law!

When you turn 18, you have to STOP DOING STUPID SHIAT. Really, you shouldn't do much of it before you're 18, but from your 18th birthday onward, the stupid shiat that used to get you a slap on the wrist or a "boys will be boys" or something like that can suddenly get you HARD TIME in arse-knocking jail.

Once you turn 18, it's time to stop acting like a teenager because you'll no longer be treated like a teenager by the legal system.

Of course, this is just in nations where 18 is the age of majority. In other countries, your mileage may vary.

Oh, and one more tip: LEARN your state's Age Of Consent laws, and LIVE BY THEM. District Attorneys WILL make an example of you by throwing you in prison and on the sex offender's list for having sex with your underage girlfriend/boyfriend 10 seconds after you are no longer a minor. If you and your partner are both 17 and you live in a place like California (AOC: 18) then whomever has their next birthday first had better WATCH THEIR ASS and stop having sex with the slightly-younger partner. It doesn't matter if their birthday is next month, next week, or tomorrow. It's not worth it to have people consider you a sex offender for the rest of your life.
 
2014-05-23 09:39:20 PM  

Tom_Slick: So from what i understand from the article, if she had whooped his ass without the kids present he punishment would have been less.


A few days in jail (she likely already spent the night = 1 or 2 days already) is a fair punishment. I'm not sure probation is, unless dad also got probation for abandoning his kids or she was threatening to do it again.

Probation always feels like "we can't afford to let you serve your time for a couple of days, so we're going to take away your rights for a couple of years instead." Especially for first-timers, just give them a suspended sentence and tell them you never want to see them in court again. Problem solved.

/But that doesn't keep probation officers employed or keep those sweet court fees rolling in
 
2014-05-23 09:41:10 PM  

lindalouwho: vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.

Must have been nice.  My babysitting experience was along the lines of "Oh, I"ll pay you $2/hr to watch her for two hours." Parent is then gone for ten+ hours.  "Here's your two dollars for the night, and another two because you were SO nice to watch her for so long!"

If I hadn't felt so damn bad for the little girl, who was desperate for somebody to talk and play with, I'd have told them to fark off (me at age 14).  WHen I stood my ground about it being an HOURLY rate, parent stopped coming.

And I never opted to babysit again.

I started babysitting when I was 12. That was 1968 and it was kosher back then. I was the oldest and was deemed responsible (I was) because I babysat my 3 younger sisters. We lived in the city; many houses close together. It was an Irish-German Catholic neighborhood and families had 4-13 kids.

The Jones family had 13. I still smile anytime someone says anything about "keeping up with the Joneses".


On that aspect, they will win.  I have NO interest in trying to keep up with 13 kids lol.
 
2014-05-23 09:45:39 PM  

Nix Nightbird: When you turn 18, you have to STOP DOING STUPID SHIAT.


Like hell!  I will never stop doing stupid shiat because stupid shiat is fun.  However, I don't have any kids so I don't have to be responsible.
 
2014-05-23 09:57:08 PM  

OgreMagi: Nix Nightbird: When you turn 18, you have to STOP DOING STUPID SHIAT.

Like hell!  I will never stop doing stupid shiat because stupid shiat is fun.  However, I don't have any kids so I don't have to be responsible.


Ah, a kindred spirit ;-)
 
2014-05-23 10:00:15 PM  

vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.

Must have been nice.  My babysitting experience was along the lines of "Oh, I"ll pay you $2/hr to watch her for two hours." Parent is then gone for ten+ hours.  "Here's your two dollars for the night, and another two because you were SO nice to watch her for so long!"

If I hadn't felt so damn bad for the little girl, who was desperate for somebody to talk and play with, I'd have told them to fark off (me at age 14).  WHen I stood my ground about it being an HOURLY rate, parent stopped coming.

And I never opted to babysit again.

I started babysitting when I was 12. That was 1968 and it was kosher back then. I was the oldest and was deemed responsible (I was) because I babysat my 3 younger sisters. We lived in the city; many houses close together. It was an Irish-German Catholic neighborhood and families had 4-13 kids.

The Jones family had 13. I still smile anytime someone says anything about "keeping up with the Joneses".

On that aspect, they will win.  I have NO interest in trying to keep up with 13 kids lol.


Side note: 3 sets of twins, and Mrs. Jones was 4'10".
 
2014-05-23 10:03:25 PM  

patchvonbraun: My sister pulled this kind of stunt with her friend (roommate).  Walked out of the house, left friend in charge of baby.  Sleeping friend.  Who had Pneumonia at the time.   Wasn't actually aware she had been left in charge of said baby. Sister went out to bar for six hours.  Friend, finally figuring out what had happened when baby wouldn't stop crying.  Changes and feeds baby.  Walks to bar around corner, baby in hand, and slugs my sister right in the face.  My sister deserved it.

This was before rehab (round X) for my sister.  I think round X+1 "stuck", since she's been sober for 23 years now...


Heh, one of my first experiences babysitting was the neighbor a couple houses down. They told me it'd be 4-5 hours and then they didn't come home until around 11 the next morning. They promised a buck an hour, (I was 14) and then only tried to pay six bucks. My mom strolled down there that afternoon after I got home and came back with $50 and handed that to me. I din't ever babysit for them again.
 
2014-05-23 10:09:37 PM  
Runaway at 15, assault charges at 16, a model repeat offender
 
2014-05-23 10:13:44 PM  
So the babysitter was the more responsible adult in this scenario.
 
2014-05-23 10:18:10 PM  
That's why he shoulda stayed home, got her drunk, got himself drunk, then banged her senseless.
 
2014-05-23 10:19:59 PM  
What country did this even take place? I see a $ sign but all the names sound off.
 
2014-05-23 10:25:24 PM  
If subby was a teenager who babysat for a living, this would have a Hero tag.
 
2014-05-23 10:25:39 PM  

lindalouwho: vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.

Must have been nice.  My babysitting experience was along the lines of "Oh, I"ll pay you $2/hr to watch her for two hours." Parent is then gone for ten+ hours.  "Here's your two dollars for the night, and another two because you were SO nice to watch her for so long!"

If I hadn't felt so damn bad for the little girl, who was desperate for somebody to talk and play with, I'd have told them to fark off (me at age 14).  WHen I stood my ground about it being an HOURLY rate, parent stopped coming.

And I never opted to babysit again.

I started babysitting when I was 12. That was 1968 and it was kosher back then. I was the oldest and was deemed responsible (I was) because I babysat my 3 younger sisters. We lived in the city; many houses close together. It was an Irish-German Catholic neighborhood and families had 4-13 kids.

The Jones family had 13. I still smile anytime someone says anything about "keeping up with the Joneses".


I tried to eat the babysitter
 
2014-05-23 10:28:38 PM  
Just smile and say thank you. Next time loot the farking house for everything that isn't bolted down. Suck it party boy!
 
2014-05-23 10:39:01 PM  

lindalouwho: vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.

Must have been nice.  My babysitting experience was along the lines of "Oh, I"ll pay you $2/hr to watch her for two hours." Parent is then gone for ten+ hours.  "Here's your two dollars for the night, and another two because you were SO nice to watch her for so long!"

If I hadn't felt so damn bad for the little girl, who was desperate for somebody to talk and play with, I'd have told them to fark off (me at age 14).  WHen I stood my ground about it being an HOURLY rate, parent stopped coming.

And I never opted to babysit again.

I started babysitting when I was 12. That was 1968 and it was kosher back then. I was the oldest and was deemed responsible (I was) because I babysat my 3 younger sisters. We lived in the city; many houses close together. It was an Irish-German Catholic neighborhood and families had 4-13 kids.

The Jones family had 13. I still smile anytime someone says anything about "keeping up with the Joneses".

On that aspect, they will win.  I have NO interest in trying to keep up with 13 kids lol.

Side note: 3 sets of twins, and Mrs. Jones was 4'10".


And Mr. Jones bragged to everyone that "good things come in small packages".
 
2014-05-23 10:45:22 PM  

Danger Avoid Death: lindalouwho: vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.

Must have been nice.  My babysitting experience was along the lines of "Oh, I"ll pay you $2/hr to watch her for two hours." Parent is then gone for ten+ hours.  "Here's your two dollars for the night, and another two because you were SO nice to watch her for so long!"

If I hadn't felt so damn bad for the little girl, who was desperate for somebody to talk and play with, I'd have told them to fark off (me at age 14).  WHen I stood my ground about it being an HOURLY rate, parent stopped coming.

And I never opted to babysit again.

I started babysitting when I was 12. That was 1968 and it was kosher back then. I was the oldest and was deemed responsible (I was) because I babysat my 3 younger sisters. We lived in the city; many houses close together. It was an Irish-German Catholic neighborhood and families had 4-13 kids.

The Jones family had 13. I still smile anytime someone says anything about "keeping up with the Joneses".

On that aspect, they will win.  I have NO interest in trying to keep up with 13 kids lol.

Side note: 3 sets of twins, and Mrs. Jones was 4'10".

And Mr. Jones bragged to everyone that "good things come in small packages".


Ha!

He was a fireman, so also many jokes about setting the missus on fire etc.
 
2014-05-23 10:49:21 PM  

Thanks for the Meme-ries: i291.photobucket.com


*picks up mouse, holds to face*

"Computer? Hello, Computer..."
 
2014-05-23 11:02:49 PM  

lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.


Especially the single dads, amirite?

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-05-23 11:16:27 PM  

Mentalpatient87: Dude's a step ahead of my mom. No babysitter, just gone until after 2.


Well, did you want a new daddy or not?
 
2014-05-23 11:17:28 PM  

Brainsick: lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.

Especially the single dads, amirite?


Single dads in the late 60s, early 70s? No.
 
2014-05-23 11:22:50 PM  
I only babysat once, they paid me $40 for two hours, and they must have just been super paranoid parents because I didn't even have to do a diaper change.

/still never babysat again
//had better things to do with my time
 
2014-05-23 11:29:40 PM  
I think we're all in agreement, she should've only gotten a suspended sentence.
 
2014-05-23 11:45:02 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: I only babysat once, they paid me $40 for two hours, and they must have just been super paranoid parents because I didn't even have to do a diaper change.

/still never babysat again
//had better things to do with my time


You got money for nothin'?
 
2014-05-24 12:06:08 AM  

lindalouwho: The My Little Pony Killer: I only babysat once, they paid me $40 for two hours, and they must have just been super paranoid parents because I didn't even have to do a diaper change.

/still never babysat again
//had better things to do with my time

You got money for nothin'?


hopefully, with some chicks for free.
 
2014-05-24 12:23:34 AM  

lindalouwho: vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.

Must have been nice.  My babysitting experience was along the lines of "Oh, I"ll pay you $2/hr to watch her for two hours." Parent is then gone for ten+ hours.  "Here's your two dollars for the night, and another two because you were SO nice to watch her for so long!"

If I hadn't felt so damn bad for the little girl, who was desperate for somebody to talk and play with, I'd have told them to fark off (me at age 14).  WHen I stood my ground about it being an HOURLY rate, parent stopped coming.

And I never opted to babysit again.

I started babysitting when I was 12. That was 1968 and it was kosher back then. I was the oldest and was deemed responsible (I was) because I babysat my 3 younger sisters. We lived in the city; many houses close together. It was an Irish-German Catholic neighborhood and families had 4-13 kids.

The Jones family had 13. I still smile anytime someone says anything about "keeping up with the Joneses".

On that aspect, they will win.  I have NO interest in trying to keep up with 13 kids lol.

Side note: 3 sets of twins, and Mrs. Jones was 4'10".


On which axis?
 
2014-05-24 12:34:08 AM  

Crass and Jaded Mother Farker: Mentalpatient87: Dude's a step ahead of my mom. No babysitter, just gone until after 2.

Well, did you want a new daddy or not?


Nah, my actual dad is awesome. Too bad he's had to deal with that crazy chick for the past 40 years.
 
2014-05-24 12:38:22 AM  

im14u2c: lindalouwho: vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: vicioushobbit: lindalouwho: Miss5280: Back when I was a babysitting teen, I wanted to beat up parents who stayed out later than they told me they would be.

/I was only babysitting for the money until I was old enough to get a real job.

I made a TON of money babysitting when I was a kid. But a lot of parents just paid extra for you to sleep there - no worries about time, no driving the sitter home drunk.

Must have been nice.  My babysitting experience was along the lines of "Oh, I"ll pay you $2/hr to watch her for two hours." Parent is then gone for ten+ hours.  "Here's your two dollars for the night, and another two because you were SO nice to watch her for so long!"

If I hadn't felt so damn bad for the little girl, who was desperate for somebody to talk and play with, I'd have told them to fark off (me at age 14).  WHen I stood my ground about it being an HOURLY rate, parent stopped coming.

And I never opted to babysit again.

I started babysitting when I was 12. That was 1968 and it was kosher back then. I was the oldest and was deemed responsible (I was) because I babysat my 3 younger sisters. We lived in the city; many houses close together. It was an Irish-German Catholic neighborhood and families had 4-13 kids.

The Jones family had 13. I still smile anytime someone says anything about "keeping up with the Joneses".

On that aspect, they will win.  I have NO interest in trying to keep up with 13 kids lol.

Side note: 3 sets of twins, and Mrs. Jones was 4'10".

On which axis?


You a mechanical engineer?
 
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