Kid Writes Letter To Lazy, Pathetic Dad [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Funny

If you"re a parent, or just plan on becoming one, never be on the receiving end of this letter.
There are 66 comments:
Female 314
Damn kid. I really wanna know what they did...
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Female 1,356
i wrote a letter like that once... and was laughed at
bad parents, really.
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Male 2,670
Little Damien is angry!
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Female 535
Oh, come on!!! How come nobody knows an EMO love letter when they see it.
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Female 1,515
Wow. Super passive agressive kid.
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Male 56
@GiveChase I`m assuming the green outline was for pure emphasis on the warning NEVER PUT NATURE ASIDEEEE!!!!!!!!!
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Female 535
1) He got "burned" today.
2) He sounds slightly murderous with his "I`m warning you".
3) What a lazy kid, he didn`t even finish the green outlining of the words!
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Male 214
@SPARTAKITTY
kids ARE physically weaker than adults, AND dependent on their parents. people who don`t understand their own limits are those who get themselves into serious trouble. i don`t really see what`s creepy about acknowledging that. its the way the world works. You knew that right?

of course, you can PRETEND the world doesn`t work like that if you like...you can pretend that everyone is always respected regardless of whether they can physically or intellectually defend their position. you can PRETEND that everyone a person will meet in their life will put up with that person`s shiznit...or, like me, you can hope kids instead learn some humility and learn which battles to fight and equally, when to shut their mouth because they dont have the capacity to back up their sassy mouth. get me now? not creepy - just the way the world is. sorry about that.
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Female 1,593
Bet he`s called Damien

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Or Jesus or Angel.

Children with these names are hellions.
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Male 1,678
Bet he`s called Damien
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Male 5,413
@Number43
Grammar fail!
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Male 176
1/10
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Male 759
punctuation fail!
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Male 1,067
But what can the kid do if he`s.... GROUNDED!
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Female 1,048
I think the restraining papoose will be out in THAT household tonight!
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Male 1,598
Poor little tree hugging kid doesn`t realize tv is more important
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Male 2,748
if a child can articulate the english language like that... i`d be scared what he could do with bamboo slivers and duct tape
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Female 69
Kids are crazy. I never want to be on the bad side of one.
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Male 1,266
Awww, I`d feel so bad if I was that dad... burned the kids feelings? Heh, could grow up to be an author or poet with expressions like that :P
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Male 137
He didn`t put it aside, he completely destroyed it. And he`ll do it again. Kid, get your revenge stick out!
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Female 351
you burned my feelings? ha, aww
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Female 130
looks like this creepy kid will be spending a lot more time at grandmas... or in the basement... i would be scared
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Female 646
This kid sounds threatening
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Male 699
mmmmmm. tttttvvvvvvv......
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Male 127
RoboPatton`s got it right!! lol Pamela Isley is that you?!
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Female 1,299
I think this child will grow up to be a terrifying psycho
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Female 1,894
haha this is a warning. he got burned.
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Male 25,417
awwww
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Female 855
kid needs his ass kicked.
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Male 5,189
Hahaha awwwww.
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Female 3,598
aww what a smart little kid!!! stupid dad...
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Male 23
"or i will smash your face with a hammer"
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Male 1,598
"You burned my feelings" seems to be pretty... I don`t know, poetic or metaphorical for a little kid.

There`s something really creepy about this, and whoever this Dad is, I`d also advise him to never put nature aside for television either...
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Male 467
@JeffBeau
Did you tell the 4-year old that yes, she does - or did you lie? (as usual, your tiny penis doesn`t cut it)
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Male 447
Hey guys wanna watch some tv?
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Male 180
"Kids say the darndest things."

Other day our 4 year-old asked my wife "Mom, do you play with yourself all day while I`m at school?"
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Male 15,510
Kill Bill!
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Female 2,120
@iamboredtoooo
"...no understanding of their own vulnerability as a weak, dependent child..."

That came off as REALLY creepy.
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Male 758
Ah...the internet. Making psychoanalysts of us all!

I seriously doubt it`s something as profound as you guys made it out to be, jeff and iamboredtoo.
Good point about turning off the tv, however, jeff.
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Male 2,893
Screw TV for that matter.
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Male 2,893
Screw nature.
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Male 214
From the childish handwriting i assume they author is pre-teen. For a child so young to be `warning` an adult in that way suggests they have been raised with no respect for their parents, no understanding of their own vulnerability as a weak, dependent child, and with just a hint of narcississm. However, the token spelling mistake and the use of crayons to infantalise the message just makes it all too good to be true. compare the penmanship of the formation of the letters with the confident steadier hand of the green border...so either on screwed family or another internet fake. im not sure.
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Male 794
you go kid, burn the house down
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Male 180
You go, kid.

Beyond the nitpicking and realize his use of `warning` is typical of a kid with limited vocabulary and frustrated with his dad. He probably gets `warned` a lot at home and it never ends in any real horror.

What`s interesting is that he wrote a note to Dad instead of saying it to him. Means (a) he`s hurt enough to express himself about it and (b) he doesn`t have the courage to openly confront his dad about his (the dad`s) boorishness.

Kid probably just wanted to interact and nature was a convenient subject (maybe go outside and pick flowers). Dad blew him off for the teevee. Sad. When you have kid/kids, turn off the f-ing teevee and be a part of their lives. In return you`ll get more love than you can ever imagine.
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Female 1,329
The added touch of the black flower gives it a certain something.
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Female 9,557
Aww, I remember my 1st scaring for life *shudders*.
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Female 251
TKD: 1. Nobody knows what gender the kid is.
2. The green pen was clearly running out,
and they`ve had to go over it again.

...Please don`t pick at peoples comments, it`s not nice!
(Although if the kid did want to highlight the nature thing it seems kinda creepy! maybe they were just being a bit....scary?) xx
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Female 72
I agree. poor kid probably just wanted Daddy to go outside and play with him. I bet he lives in Texas and had to deal with Hermine. I never turn my kids down when they ask me to go outside.
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Male 5,624
Dad: "That wimp couldn`t catch a ball if his li..."
*pfft! Pfft-pfft!*
Jenny: *unscrews silencer* "I warned you, [email protected]!"
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Male 602
"I am warning you"

Time for an ass whipping.
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Male 2,121
TKD, "they" as in not sure of gender.
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Female 723
Razordragon- Yes, because you aced all your spelling quizzes in second grade...
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Male 582
...creepy.
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Male 4,793
"haha they started writing in green but changed their mind. "

1. They? how do you figure one kid is plural?

2. Perhaps it is to emphasize that one should "never put nature aside".
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Male 273
indoctrination of the youth leads to environmental freaks... the future of G8 summit protesters
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Male 2,121
Nature?? Sounds like this kid asked his Dad to stop watching tv to save the planet.
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Male 6,694
or I will stab you in the chest while you sleep.
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Female 3,696
Wow, if that doesn`t make you feel like a crapbag parent I dunno what will!
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Male 336
He could at least spell television right.
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Male 4,680
"Kid Writes Letter To Lazy, Pathetic Dad"
Either that or this kid is a spoiled brat who kicked up a huge fuss about not being allowed to go to the zoo or something similar. Kids DO exaggerate a lot when they`re angry.
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Male 5,314
omg. that`s a bit scary.
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Male 2,004
wonder what he`ll do?
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Female 570
haha they started writing in green but changed their mind.
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Male 1,378
I wonder what the kid would do to him
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Male 2,424
Poison Ivy... the early years?
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Male 20,816
Link: Kid Writes Letter To Lazy, Pathetic Dad [Pic] [Rate Link] - If you`re a parent, or just plan on becoming one, never be on the receiving end of this letter.
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