I'm an evil, heartless, parents of bad kids hating bastard

December 10, 2011

My philosophy: Children that can't be kept from screaming in a restaurant, should be left at home. Locked in the oven. On 450.

Tonight, a Mother couldn't care less that her 5 year old daughter was screaming during dinner at the restaurant and Grandmas idea of dealing with the kid was to laugh and play with her as a distraction. (instead of punishing the bad behavior)

When Grandma ignored her for a few seconds to actually eat, the brat starts screaming again so her uncle or some other member of their entourage gave her a squeaky dog toy to play with. which quelled the screaming but was just about as annoying.

Finally someone gave her some utensils to play with, bringing false hope that maybe she would stab herself in the eye and need to be rushed to the hospital or anywhere away from my table. Instead, she just pounded the table with them incessantly.

I don't know how they managed to sneak out, but I was disappointed because I was looking forward to clapping as they left.

Maybe I should change my philosophy to: Parents who can't properly raise their kids to behave and respect those around them should be forced to stay at home with them instead of sharing them with others in public.

#Rant #Kids #BadParents

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5 Responses to I'm an evil, heartless, parents of bad kids hating bastard

  1. Brian Lindsay on December 10, 2011 at 6:10 am

    First world problem.

  2. Brian Lindsay on December 10, 2011 at 6:58 am

    +Kristopher Jordy I think that what you complain about says a lot about your character and status in life. My favorite is boredom. In order to be bored, you have to have all of your base needs met. Boredom is also a first world problem.

  3. Kristopher Jordy on December 10, 2011 at 7:05 am

    Very true, there are a lot more important things to deal with than my first world problems. :)

    But I still like to take a minute and vent when I have to sit through 30 minutes of screaming because a parent doesn't care enough to raise their child to be considerate or obedient.

  4. Brian Lindsay on December 10, 2011 at 3:14 pm

    Considerate I agree with, obedient is probably not a noble goal. What if the person giving them orders is asking them to do bad things?

  5. Claire Sanford on December 10, 2011 at 4:02 pm

    My Mother raised me to believe that "Children should be seen and not heard" She would never have tolerated that kind of behavior. Glad I was not with you for that dinner! Where was it?

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