Mom Of The Year Candidate 2010: Hey Dawgs! [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Funny

Hey mom, how"s treating your kids like dogs working out for you?
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Female 1,260
to FrankieF: you made me spit my drink through my nose with your comment - shame on you to be funny!
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Male 62
who let the dogs out
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Female 8
That is absolutely awful.Lol.
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Female 6,381
Aw, she`s just starting to give them "airplane rides" to keep them entertained.
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Male 53
they planned this... QUICK SPLIT UP!
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Female 1,356
well, looking at her kids, she needs to treat them like dogs.
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Male 1,461
I wonder if the person who posted this ever had kids.
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Male 1,072
Area of effect baby attack!
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Male 294
Yeah, I don`t know. I think you`ll always have people whining either way...if you let your kids run around and just try to control em` by hand, people are going to complain because your kids are running amok (and probably a few will think "they should be put on a leash or something). If you use something like this to control em`, then people are going to complain because you have kids in harnesses on the end of a leash.

People enjoy being offended (no, seriously, your body releases reward chemicals when you get angry or offended) and some will always, ALWAYS complain and be judgmental, so I say if it`s easier and doesn`t hurt the kids then why not?
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Male 1,590
"See, in the 1950s, people beat their kids to a bloody pulp for not obeying. Now if you try that, the government takes them away. So yeah, leashes. You aren`t allowed to correct your child anymore so I guess just struggle to contain their precious little free will. I think they should make a legal sedative that tastes like a sugary drink but actually pacifies."

They do. It`s called Thorazine.
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Male 1,083
scatter!
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Male 9
See, in the 1950s, people beat their kids to a bloody pulp for not obeying. Now if you try that, the government takes them away. So yeah, leashes. You aren`t allowed to correct your child anymore so I guess just struggle to contain their precious little free will. I think they should make a legal sedative that tastes like a sugary drink but actually pacifies.
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Female 1,203
these are a good idea, not only do you not lose your kids (for we all know that not all kids are ALWAYS good and stay at your side like little angles) but it also helps to prevent creeps from snatching them up.
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Female 91
I think they`re semi-practical if you go to the fair or something. I wouldn`t use them all teh time though that would just be creepy as fck
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Female 235
I work in a mall and I WISH more people would put a leash on their kids. Or maybe just WATCH them. Whatever.
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Female 477
lol i saw a lady with her kid on a leash at the mall today
funny stuff.
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Male 11
Funny. I have two children who do what I say. And without leashes! They have things called consequences if they don`t obey. No bribery required, either. Imagine that! I know it`s radical, but it just might work for you, too, "parents".
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Female 119
My kids would bolt and hide form me. I used these things to keep from losing my kids. I swear they should hand these things out at every mall and amusement park.
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Male 354
And leashes create trust and independence issues in the future.
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Male 354
The kids on SuperNanny start behaving because having that bitch around is a punishment and they know when they act nice her job is over and she`ll leave.
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Male 506
I have one of these for my kids, they`re great. Little tikes can slip out of your hand and take off in nothing flat.
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Female 1,236
A 2-yr old will get away from you way faster than a puppy--and won`t come back if you offer treats. If the lady didn`t have them on tethers, how far off do ya` think those little buggers would`ve gone? Pretty far I think...
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Male 68
she should give them treats to keep them settled down instead!
treating them like dogs is completely unreasonable...oh wait
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Male 312
I raised both my daughters by myself. My youngest was a parents dream. My oldest was a parents nightmare. She had ADHD and was so difficult to raise, that maybe I should have tried these leash things. But, I didn`t. Luckily, she loved her dad enough, she didn`t stray far. That`s the secret. A loving parent who raises a child, will not lose that child. She lives 4 blocks away from me now, because she doesn`t want to be far from her dad. No leash needed. Love, baby. Love. The Beatles were so much smarter than you may know. Love is ALL you need.
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Male 312
@CrakrJak You, Sir, are the winner for today`s comments.

For those who haven`t seen CrakrJak`s comment:

They should post this in every high school, With the text "Teenage Pregnancy, Not all it`s cracked up to be."
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Female 1,468
I support this!
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Female 282
Oh, also, can we get bark collars for them too?

God damn do I hate screaming kids.
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Female 282
I see nothing wrong with this. Kids those age will run away UNLESS you keep them on those things. And more often than not, parents use them as last resorts. Sure it looks "improper" but what`s dignity over safety? I`d like to see a kidnapper kidnap one of those kids with that on them.
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Female 85
I`m 28 and I`m still on a leash. Just my parents handed over the reins to my husband when we got hitched.
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Female 3,828
lol once again, iab, your comments amused me far more than the post.

keep up the good work :-)
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Female 89
I bet that if she cut sugar out of their diets she wouldn`t need to the leashes!
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Male 440
@hansonrocks You are not prevented from disiplining your kids, you are prevented from using corporal punishment.

Watch a few eposides of Supernanny. The naughty spot works if you do it consistantly and correctly. Denial of toys or activities can be used as a punishment. Rewards for positive behaviour work well.

My sister beats the poo out of her kids and they run riot except around me who never hurt them.
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Male 3,076
haha Those things never work if only They teamed up ...
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Female 151
My mom tried putting one of those on me when I was a toddler. I screamed my head off until my mom had to return it to the store haha. I wasn`t even the tantrum type, it probably just freaked me out being tied up haha.
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Female 157
They`re obviously unruly, heathen children.
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Female 99
Small kids tend 2 wonder off having those is the best way 2 stop them. Also here in the UK we can`t disipline our kids anymore (and the goverment wonder why they had 2 bring out ASBOs...).
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Male 124
one of those type of things saved my life when i was a little kid, would have fallen off a boat exept i was dangling on the end and was easyly pulled up. i dont think they are that bad if used right.
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Female 447
I may rather have your little one walk out in front of a moving vehicle but i am sure you don`t so get that little poohead a leash!
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Male 487
"for some reason I hate parents that have those stupid leash backpacks for their kids. If you taught them how to behave properly you wouldnt need those!"

agreed... I never understood people that use these (and i have 2 kids) but in general i find they`re the types that like to try and `talk` their kids into behaving.

Protip: Beat your children (read physical discipline, not abuse)
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Female 536
I really don`t get why people are all upset about those kid leashes. If you`ve ever had kids or had to take small children out and about with you, you wouldn`t think the leash is such a bad idea. Personally, I think it`s a hell of a lot better than letting your kid run around screaming and causing trouble. It`s just a simple, common sense, low-tech solution to a very common problem.
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Female 9
it isn`t a leash and from the looks of it these kids need to be on them.
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Female 1,181
$hit, i put mine in cages. especially the boy.
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Male 1,744
*whisper* okay, here`s the plan, you go left, i go right, she gets dizzy, we escape!!
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Female 406
or maybe the kids were just trying to tie her up
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Male 285
Id wanna start spinning around swinging those kids into stuff.
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Male 886
I think my dad would have kept the leash in his pocket and beat the hell out of me if I misbehaved.
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Female 3,562
So Lamia, you`re saying you think it`s dangerous for kids to ever be free, that you literally need to keep them on a leash for them to be safe?
Your severe paranoia will lead to a child who grows up to be a huge risk-taker who needs to dangerous things to be happy, like drugs and bad driving. Great job!
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Female 54
Poor woman. It looks like the little brats are winning!
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Male 886
It looks like she is swinging them around like a shaolin monk mama...


or maybe I watched too many kung fu movies today...probably that
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Female 533
for some reason I hate parents that have those stupid leash backpacks for their kids. If you taught them how to behave properly you wouldnt need those!
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Female 231
Have you actually tried keeping a toddler still wile trying to do some thing? Leashing can be good if you are gentle about it. But, in this world, where people can randomly walk off with a child to rape them and kill them, I would rather keep my child on a leash and safe with me then to let them run around.
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Male 226
Anyone who argues AGAINST leashing a kid when in an airport or some other busy place with tons of people probably has NEVER tried to keep track of a toddler while juggling 4 suitcases and the baby-care case.

Seriously, Angilion said it best: "When it comes down to it, young children have some similarities with dogs but LESS self-preservation. That`s no joke. Kids are wholly dependent upon their parents to preserve them, as they have no danger avoidance instincts whatsoever. If that means a leash, then so be it.
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Female 798
Round `em up, cowgirl!
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Female 3,598
Just. stop. having. kids.
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Male 9,305
Wait! It looks like an airport!

I support leashes in airports! One Christmas I went down to Texas with family to visit family and while waiting in one of the many lines a woman pushed through the crowd screaming her child`s name, tears in her eyes.

Crowded airport, Christmas season, it was haunting.
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Female 1,604
I find nothing wrong with those, looks like she really needs them, it keeps your child close but gives them the freedom to walk on their own too.
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Male 12,365
I see nothing wrong with keeping young children on leashes in some public places.

I notice that the only suggested alternative is hitting them. Well, that`s nice.

So...which is treating them more like a dog? After all, some people suggest training dogs by hitting them.

When it comes down to it, young children have some similarities with dogs but less self-preservation. So there will be some similarities in treatment.
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Female 118
Ive used those at airports...all the running around and juggling carry-ons, car-seats, kids and their carry-ons I didn`t want to lose a kid in the crowd. I guess that makes me a candidate too..
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Male 1,627
ive seen this? this is the yoyo masta`s wife from a few days ago
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Female 98
OK. That does it, I`m making an appointment for tubal ligation surgery.
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Male 478
Leashes aren`t necessary. If you kid misbehaves, smack them. Not abusively but educationally. It`s the only way to teach small children. This mean person right here won`t do that and now she has two obnoxious, noisy brats everyone hates even if with the leashes on.
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Male 39,564
I told her to use the kennel! but nooooooooooo
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Male 25,417
awww....
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Male 15,510
Spider woman!
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Male 3,842
Actually, given the fact that she has twins and is trying to handle them by herself, I see nothing wrong with this.
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Female 317
and if they weren`t on leashes, they would be all over the place getting lost and bothering people and then you`d bitch about that. Hypocrisy, anyone?
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Male 8
She needs to buy a big dog and tie the kid to it. That`ll teach him real quick
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Male 2,441
Iditarod with children anyone?
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Female 7
I`d rather see a mother with kids on leashes actually trying to do something about their out of control kids. Half the parents you see have kids running around screaming at the top of their lungs, knocking people over and the parents are just going along their merry little way, not doing a thing to control them.
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Male 17,512
They should post this in every high school, With the text "Teenage Pregnancy, Not all it`s cracked up to be."
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Male 213
Kids are stupid bastards. I would trust my dog to behave better off a leash than a stupid four year old. Child services is the most bogus organization ever. Getting beaten as a child made me a better person. When did the rules of life change?
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Male 6,694
She need to put the smack down.
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Female 2,352
I find child leashes pretty hilarious when there is a a gaggle of kids. Reminds me of the dog sledding.
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Male 1,523
I always see those monkey backpacks at the ghetto Family Fare in my town...
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Male 126
HEY!, I heard your Mom does a great Kratos from God of War impersonation!
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Male 313
Not to mention, one good public smacking will do more good than an entire reel of 150lbs test child line.

Yeah, until some busy body calls Child Services on you.
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Male 30
stupid. these kids will be the kind that never know what the real world is like.
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Female 9,558
My brother had one because he had a bad habit of running off and disappearing.
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Female 839
i have a wrist strap for my daughter, stops her running into the road and suchlike
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Male 4,014
hehe, Its funnier if you picture her in the process of swinging them around.
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Male 4,014
Not to mention, one good public smacking will do more good than an entire reel of 150lbs test child line.
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Female 3,696
I used to have a leash! It just attached my wrist to my mom`s...I had this tendency of disappearing as a child..into clothing racks- behind customer service...>> Once I snuck off to hid behind my uncles bar cause I had broken a glass and fell asleep and my parents almost called the cops because they couldn`t find me XD
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Male 4,014
WHEN DO WE VOTE?!

But seriously, it reminds me of being a kid and playing with these small gas powered planes on strings where you start the little gas engine, and spin the plane around you while you control the elevators of the plane with strings. Good times.
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Female 803
honestly those kids look like they`re on a leash for a reason.
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Male 85
imagine where they would be if there were no leashes.. probably not in that picture.
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Male 901
I leash my kid, otherwise I would lose him in a crowd.
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Male 2,121
She`s probably got another one in her backpack...
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Female 71
My Mom used to leash me with a rope. It`s not because she was inattentive or anything, I was just a little too inquistive/fast and I didn`t listen at all. Not to mention that by the time I was two my baby sister was born.
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Male 258
That kid`s just like my dog! Lies down and falls asleep.
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Male 85
GET OVER HERE!!! FINISH HIM!!!
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Female 4,039
I like child leashes. Keeps them from nipping at my ankles and pooping on my lawn.
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Female 71
hhahahahaha dumb mean person
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Female 71
I don`t have a problem with the kid harnesses. The kids can walk around, but you can control them, without having to be holding them, or holding their hand, or have them cling to your back. Don`t drag them across the floor with it like this lady but otherwise....
Looks just like me walking my dogs.
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Male 2,549
At least she`s using a proper harness instead of a choke collar...
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Male 292
Good lord! I need to do something more constructive with my free time
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Male 51
hahaha she looks like a crazy ninja holding whips with babies attached to the ends
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Male 768
That is prob the reason for the leashes. So they don`t run off and get lost. At least she is trying to control them.
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Male 20,827
Link: Mom Of The Year Candidate 2010: Hey Dawgs! [Pic] [Rate Link] - Hey mom, how`s treating your kids like dogs working out for you?
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