#1
I cant figure it out. it seems anyone from the ages of 11-13 are the mouthiest, most irritating sons of bitches on the planet. what the hell is it? the second a kid turns 11 they turn into punks with no respect, and feel they are now man enough to run the world. anyone ever have one of those incidents? some little jackoff ****s with you and you say your gonna kick his ass and he says "ya? well your mom!" why? where did the parents/God go wrong?


just to ease confusion, im 22 so i am eligible/ have reason for complaining about kids
#3
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werent you once 11?


That's beside the point, he didn't know any better
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#4
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werent you once 11?



yep, but that was 11 years ago. that was in the day when kids had respect. i was never like that. this kind of stuff happened recently
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#6
it's all about parenting...some people have kids too early and they don't know how to deal with their kids when they are crying/whining/etc. so they just give them what they want...the kid comes to think that no negative consequences come from them opening their mouth
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#7
Meh, even kids younger do it. I was on a city bus, and a school bus pulled up beside mine. I look into a window and out of nowhere, I see this little kid..maybe 8 or 9, look at me. Then he starts making faces, so I think..whatever, hes 8. We've all done it. But then he opens his window, starts giving me the middle finger, yelling at me, and starts swearing. My window on my bus is open as well. All this because I looked at him. Luckily for me, he had buck teeth. So while he was talking, I just pointed to my two front teeth. He got the message, so he stopped immediately and just shut up. I realized something that day, people are really sensitive about how their teeth look.
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yep, but that was 11 years ago. that was in the day when kids had respect. i was never like that. this kind of stuff happened recently


+1

Back in our day, kids had respect. You didn't dare raise your voice to an elder, or else you got hit on the hand with a ruler, and let me tell you that hurt. If we kept offending, we were forced to walk 5 miles (uphill both ways) to a special place called the church, where a man called Father Dylan would have his way with us.

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#11
You give them too much credit. I go to school with such kids. And they are 15 or 16.

Dumb pieces of ****.

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#12
Yeah I hate that too, the worst part is you cant hit them like there parents should
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#13
Little asian kids are the best. I was in a restaurant and he went around and bowed and was all polite. Shy ones are great too.
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Meh, even kids younger do it. I was on a city bus, and a school bus pulled up beside mine. I look into a window and out of nowhere, I see this little kid..maybe 8 or 9, look at me. Then he starts making faces, so I think..whatever, hes 8. We've all done it. But then he opens his window, starts giving me the middle finger, yelling at me, and starts swearing. My window on my bus is open as well. All this because I looked at him. Luckily for me, he had buck teeth. So while he was talking, I just pointed to my two front teeth. He got the message, so he stopped immediately and just shut up. I realized something that day, people are really sensitive about how their teeth look.




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#16
It's weird, my best friend's little bro, who's like 11, get pretty much whatever he wants, but he's really cool and respectful, and he's surprisingly a good kid.

Depends on the person, I guess.
#17
when i was 11-13, my parents treated me like i was in military school. im kinda gtreatful for that. well, now i am.
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#18
Not all kids those ages are like that. Some of my bro's friends are pretty chill, actually, as opposed to being whiny little brats.
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#19
Sometimes i go out to eat, and theres these whiny, ungreatful, annoying rodents (kids) who do whatever they please, and the parents dont give a care in the world. These kids were being rude, dancing in the middle of the walk place (people couldnt get thru) and being totally obnoxious. Parents should do something. If I did that, my parents would just take a pan a whack me
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#20
when i was 10-11 (5 years ago) i respected my parents and tried to be polite to everyone (holding doors, helping people pick stuff up, etc.) but my brother, who is 12 right now, is a total asshole. i'm pretty sure he hasn't said a sentance to me in the past month that didn't include a swear word. he also leaves food, dirty dishes, and his stuff all over the house, and listens to no one. my parents never got on his ass. they would get on MY ass for getting on his ass about it. and hes not the only one i've seen like that...


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#21
There are a lot like that and it's mainly because they feel they need to prove something. My brother is exactly the same way and it's probably because my mom doesn't like conflict so whenever my brother caused a problem my mom caved in so he never got the hard father discipline and now he's a piece of crap who needs to be put in his place.

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