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#82
I tell you some bad parenting stuff:

- At school, none of my parents praised me if I got good grades. Because they throught I'm a genius and it's normal if I get A+, but B- is unforgiveable (I don't want to talk about how they talked to me back then). Later they overlooked at some subjects (eg. PE, as it was very hard for me), but still doesn't liked it, when I wasn't the best student. My mother apologized for me after she got a higher position at her work and she learned how this works. My father (and my stepmother) still do this with my little brother, and with their ignorance I can't do anything, they always will come with "it's tradition" and "our parents used it too, I don't see the problem". Humans originally didn't use toilet and lived in caves, so living in caves are good.

- At the same topic: my stepmother extremly hypocritical towards my little brother. She trashtalks to him, but he doesn't talk nicely enought, then... Also both of them are overweight, but only my brother needs to have a diet and do sports.

- Sometimes simply transfering your kid would solve school bullying as some schools are infamous for their agressive students. Well, my father throught I'll learn how to defend myself in one and I'll degree in the electronics if I finish that school. The problem with electronics was that it was completely useless now (it's almost impossible to fix any electronics now, except retro electronics), I learned much more from the internet and in college, than in the secondary school. Later he suddenly got sane and I got transferred to an another class (was very helpful), but I got PTSD. "But no problem," - my father said - "which doesn't kill you, makes you stronger.", I would say, it gives you mental illness

- At last, either my father wants to monitor me or save money by keeping me at his house (or both). I want to move to Budapest where's my college, but he always says, that city is unliveable, dangerous, etc. I like that city much better than this town, which is unliveable as my only entertainment is just sitting between the four walls, browsing the web via a shitty connection (4Mbps with 180ms ping in online games), and well, playing the guitar. All of my friends are in Budapest now, I have a band there, but I have to travel 5 hours a day, because "don't give your money and future to the jews, you can have friends here too" (with similar racist/antisemitic people). I have some money, I'll took a rent and leave this ****ing town behind.
He also don't like my anti-racist attitude, he often gets some assholes around me and says that I should tolerate them as I tolerate people with different skin color. He also seems to not being very happy about my future job (programmer) as I'll "leave the working class". But I'm 22 now, he should leave me alone with my own ideologies.
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#84
The teen moms making their kids a facebook page.

I would love if my generation went back to hitting their kids. A smack in the head while in public set me straight every time.
#85
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I would love if my generation went back to hitting their kids. A smack in the head while in public set me straight every time.

I agree. Nothing stopped me from mouthing off better than an open-handed smack on the head. Hell, didn't even leave a mark (not even psychological, lib-fags), but it sure kept me from being a disrespectful asshole.
#86
Nah, even though I don't like the whiny side of lib-ness, getting smacked by my mum left me pretty fucked for a while. Flinching at stupid shit all the time
#87
Wonderful white parenting tactics:

- Grounding

- Taking away cellphone
#88
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What's some stuff that you'll still see commonly parents do (whether it's out in public, parents you know personally, your own parents, etc.) that you think is just poor parenting?

- Working in clothing stores and restaurants, I was surprised to see how often parents will let their kids run around the store or restaurant making noise or yelling or basically letting them do whatever the hell they want. They'll only tell them to stop if they're getting really loud. The parents always look like the last thing on their mind is their kid, too, which always annoys me.

I have, and will continue to, kick people the **** out of the Restaurant or Bar if I'm managing and I see their kids running around uncontrolled. It's bad for business, it's bad for their kids, and the staff are not their fucking babysitters.

When I'm teaching I notice that a lot of kids don't appear to have parents who make them wash themselves, or who wash their clothes. It's ****ing terrible, not least because it makes their kids into little pariahs.
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#90
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Nah, even though I don't like the whiny side of lib-ness, getting smacked by my mum left me pretty fucked for a while. Flinching at stupid shit all the time

And that's when being smacked turns into abuse. It's a fine line. But if your kid knows that he's going to get smacked if he mouths off (and that's all he gets smacked for), he won't mouth off. You shouldn't smack your kid for every stupid little thing. But smacking them for specifically mouthing off is fine.
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And that's when being smacked turns into abuse. It's a fine line. But if your kid knows that he's going to get smacked if he mouths off (and that's all he gets smacked for), he won't mouth off. You shouldn't smack your kid for every stupid little thing. But smacking them for specifically mouthing off is fine.

I would smack my little brother during his "biting people" phase when he was younger. It worked pretty well.
#92
letting your kid go in the park or in gardens: I saw this today and a public toilet was only like a few metres away -
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#93
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I've only seen this one maybe once or twice in my life, but kids calling their dad "sir" just sounds indicative of a way too strict parenting environment.


haha My brothers and I would get a very stern "excuse me? " if we responded any other way.

I hate when parents are overly protective. My cousin couldn't play teen games or see PG-13 movies til he was 13. Right now he is 16 and can't see R movies or play M games.

He asked me a couple months ago if people actually did drugs in high school or if it was just on TV. at 16 years old.
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I hate when parents are overly protective. My cousin couldn't play teen games or see PG-13 movies til he was 13. Right now he is 16 and can't see R movies or play M games.

That always pissed me off

It's absolutely ridiculous
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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
#95
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The teen moms making their kids a facebook page.

I would love if my generation went back to hitting their kids. A smack in the head while in public set me straight every time.

I always got the flick on the lip. It worked like a charm.

On this note, not disciplining and letting the kid run around on you. My ex's sister was really bad at this for awhile and they (her and her mom, dad, sister) always wondered why they were bad. Well, you never did anything and when you tried to a little crying and you "felt bad"? B. S. Let 'em cry and talk to them once they calm down, let them know what they did wrong, and let the kid free. Still acting up? A nice spanking always set me straight.
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I hate when parents are overly protective. My cousin couldn't play teen games or see PG-13 movies til he was 13. Right now he is 16 and can't see R movies or play M games.

Much like a lot of the ratings systems, it isn't a terrible thing, if the parent actually believes that the child isn't ready for that kind of thing. The issue is that parents use it so that they don't have to think about how mature their children actually are, or question what they should allow them to have or see, so it ends up being "The government says you aren't ready to see this, so you don't get to see it."

He asked me a couple months ago if people actually did drugs in high school or if it was just on TV. at 16 years old.

And this is obviously her being excessively overprotective. You should keep an eye on him when he moves out. The repressed and overly-protected are at the most risk to go completely over the top with drugs and sex and stuff when they get out.
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#97
My mom would always do "the countdown".

The first few seconds I'd be like, "whatever i ain't scurred"

but by like 3 or 2 I was seriously reconsidering my position. She only resorted to spanking me a few times, and she never slapped me. Which is surprising because I was such a dick.
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#98
I never got spanked and was fairly well-behaved
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I never got spanked and was fairly well-behaved

I think I got slapped for swearing twice. Never anything else though. Wasn't even ever grounded or anything
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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
#101
I got spanked a couple times and grounded other times (for saying wtf on the internet once haha) but i'm pretty much the golden child.
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#102
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I never got spanked and was fairly well-behaved

I only did a couple times when I was quite young and living with my mother. My dad never did that. I've always been the most disciplined kid in the family though.
#103
Parents who let their children run all over the place in everyone's way in public places and parents who walk so slowly with their kids piss me off. Have some consideration for other people who are also moving in the public place.
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#106
Mainly the allowing them to do whatever in public stuff. 2 examples:

1. On a flight to Portland to visit my uncle: This lady let her kid keep smacking the seatbelt metal ends together extremely loudly and wildly (kid was swinging them decent) despite everyone around clearly getting nervous and annoyed. The kid repeatedly got in the way of the serving cart just to stop it (would stand in front of it and cross his arms). Then as the flight went on he decided he would start balling up the napkins and tossing them. I didnt even have to speakup some dude went nuts on the lady.

2. Right here in Regency Mall: Couple has 2 kids one girl and one boy. Waiting in line at food court. Boy kid starts climbing on counter and trying to mess with food. Dad stops him but girl kid starts doing the same. Dad gives up while mom chides him for getting on to them. Food place people are looking pissed at her while dad tries hardest to disappear into the floor. Boy kid spills drink on cooking top ruining alot of unserved food still cooking. People escorted out by security. Food place owner going ballistic.

edit: Also to add i have a 2 month old boy so im about to be in on this shit for real. Im promising myself i wont be some a-hole getting a post made about me on this thread someday.
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#107
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I have, and will continue to, kick people the **** out of the Restaurant or Bar if I'm managing and I see their kids running around uncontrolled. It's bad for business, it's bad for their kids, and the staff are not their fucking babysitters.

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I got spanked and smacked fairly regularly as a kid, my mom used a wooden spoon until it broke upon my ass at age four, and my dad would get carry away and spank in the double digits. I would continue to **** around. I react to groundings worse because then I will go insane from boredom.


That said, nothing wrong with giving the kid a slight thump to the back of the head if he/she is being a shit.
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#108
I hate it when parents teach there kids that "When there's a problem, tell the authorities (teachers, parents, etc.)" now i agree when it comes to things like molestation or w.e., but if my kid gets bullied, and going to teach him the golden combo: kick the Balls, scratch the eyes, bite the ears, and **** that little bully kid up. Just because his/her parents are drug addicts or bad parents doesn't mean that he has a right to make my kids scared. Also, teaching them to "Go to the authorities" just instills into them at an early age that they can't do anything on their own and that they need to go to a "higher power" for help. Way to suck big brothers dick.
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I hate it when parents teach there kids that "When there's a problem, tell the authorities (teachers, parents, etc.)" now i agree when it comes to things like molestation or w.e., but if my kid gets bullied, and going to teach him the golden combo: kick the Balls, scratch the eyes, bite the ears, and **** that little bully kid up. Just because his/her parents are drug addicts or bad parents doesn't mean that he has a right to make my kids scared. Also, teaching them to "Go to the authorities" just instills into them at an early age that they can't do anything on their own and that they need to go to a "higher power" for help. Way to suck big brothers dick.

I would say it's pretty responsible to go to the higher ups, otherwise they'll think it's okay to shoot people for crashing into their car.
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Dad gives up while mom chides him for getting on to them.

Mom was chiding him for telling the kids to behave? WTF IS WRONG WITH PEOPLE?

People escorted out by security.

Good! They deserved it.
#112
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I hate it when parents teach there kids that "When there's a problem, tell the authorities (teachers, parents, etc.)" now i agree when it comes to things like molestation or w.e., but if my kid gets bullied, and going to teach him the golden combo: kick the Balls, scratch the eyes, bite the ears, and **** that little bully kid up. Just because his/her parents are drug addicts or bad parents doesn't mean that he has a right to make my kids scared. Also, teaching them to "Go to the authorities" just instills into them at an early age that they can't do anything on their own and that they need to go to a "higher power" for help. Way to suck big brothers dick.

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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
#113
I do think it's okay to shoot people for ****ing up your stuff.

@Will that's why I'm going to teach them to fight/have them take martial arts (no bs martial arts, Krav Maga and kickboxing) so that they can mess up any little shit that tries to hurt them.

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#114
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I do think it's okay to shoot people for ****ing up your stuff.
Don't have kids. You will end up shooting their faces off.

@Will that's why I'm going to teach them to fight/have them take martial arts (no bs martial arts, Krav Maga and kickboxing) so that they can mess up any little shit that tries to hurt them.

Yeah, they'll still get the shit kicked out of them. Don't care what moves your 12 year old's got when 3 or more kids jump him when he starts swinging.
#115
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Yes

Authorities are there for a reason, whether they be a teachers, parents, or police officers.

Every kid I knew who "settled" stuff with fights is a pretty big loser
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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
#116
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Don't have kids. You will end up shooting their faces off.


Yeah, they'll still get the shit kicked out of them. Don't care what moves your 12 year old's got when 3 or more kids jump him when he starts swinging.


I loled at the first thing.

And for the second, that's what 9 mm are for. Don't think I'm not going to teach my kid how to shoot and how to get damn good at it
#117
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Authorities are there for a reason, whether they be a teachers, parents, or police officers.

Every kid I knew who "settled" stuff with fights is a pretty big loser


I don't believe you should settle things with fights, i believe that you should learn to defend yourself.
#118
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I do think it's okay to shoot people for ****ing up your stuff.

Jesus Christ you're a moron, I hope you at least shoot a health insurance worker so when you hopefully go to prison you shot someone who deserves it.

@Will that's why I'm going to teach them to fight/have them take martial arts (no bs martial arts, Krav Maga and kickboxing) so that they can mess up any little shit that tries to hurt them.

There is a difference between having your kids learn martial arts to defend themselves and teach them to kick in the balls and bite ears. However, I'm skeptical that a parent like you should have kids learn martial arts, they'll use it for the wrong reasons.
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#119
I simply wish to teach my kid that if someone assaults them they should stand their ground and fight back. What's wrong with that?
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I loled at the first thing.

And for the second, that's what 9 mm are for. Don't think I'm not going to teach my kid how to shoot and how to get damn good at it

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