Parents Of The Year Candidates, 2012 [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago

I didn"t choose the thug life, my stupid parents did.
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Male 36,344
@lostinkorea: In "the old days" they didn`t put kids on leashes, it`s true!
They used a method called "SMACK YO ASS IF YO DO DAT!"
Very effective! Now illegal.
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Male 2,619
I can`t be racist, I have black friends.
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Male 3,745
"Not being racist, but judging by the colour of his skin he`ll see a lot more of those."

"I`m not racist but black people.... not so good people."

how are EITHER of those not racist :|

"Typical Ni....errr sorry African-Americans!!!"
thank you Geckoi for proving my point from an earlier post geckoi. clearly you WERE being offensive. there was no question about it being a "joke" or not.

tell you what. white people are "not so good people" either. you know...with the whole racism and killing off Indians and poo..."but judging by the colour (its spelled color btw) of [your/their]skin" there will be a lot more of that won`t there...typical Cra....errr sorry Caucasians!!!!
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Female 4,086
@lost in korea.
re putting kids on leashes.
my very good friend, a generation older than me, had a very active little boy who was CONSTANTLY conning her, distracting her, etc., and running away from her in public. as a single parent she felt her only alternative was to have a special harness made for him to wear on occasions when she didn`t have anyone to help her out. (seemingly) as a result, her son is now 56 years old and intact, i.e., with no permanent injuries from toddler/young child accidents.

if the interminable custody battle that i`m involved in ever ends, i will certainly keep this particular option in mind, especially since i`m 55 and not as mobile as i was 30 years ago. i don`t feel it is wrong or socially unacceptable to keep my kid as safe as possible.

however you of course are entitled to your own opinion.
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Male 425
Nowadays one needs a license for everything ... except ... ;)
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Female 3,727
CONT`D

hit by a car! Stop making excuses for lazy parenting!
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Female 3,727
patchouly
Male, 40-49, Canada

thefatviking:
"How is this bad parenting?
It`s in bad taste, yes. But it`s not dangerous at all. it`s not like those mothers that drag their kids around on leashes."
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I always laugh at folks like you because I know you don`t have kids.
Is it wrong to drag a 4 year old around on a leash? Yes. Is it wrong to drag an 18 month old around on a leash? No. When a kid is learning to walk, bringing them out to hone their craft is a great way to help them. However, it`s very easy for them to toddle off into the street. They can change direction VERY quickly. A leash keeps them safe but still allows them to try out those new fangled legs.
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It`s called parenting and being aware. What the hell do you think parents did 10,20,50 years ago? They sure as hell didn`t put their kid on a dog leash. I know I didn`t wear one. And a lot of the times my brothers and sisters were watching me and I`ve never been h
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Male 36,344
@patchouly is correct: If the choice is a "child leed" or not walking? Choose the leed! A little one can make a 90 degree turn and march right into traffic in the blink of an eye!
Even if you`re holding their hand!

Posing an infant with (unloaded) pistols won`t harm them in any way.
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Male 148
Well, judging by the fact that you can see that the revolver is unloaded, and the hammer is down on that single action tokarev... I`d say it was perfectly safe. Strange? Yes. Dangerous? Those are basically paperweights in their current state.

Lol@ the guy below me asking to sterilize people and take their kids away for a picture with some paperweights, what a tightwad
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Male 2,670
The `parents` are idiots. Wastes of skin. Sterilize both, if of course paternity can even be established, and then put the kid with human parents.
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Male 4,746
thefatviking:
"How is this bad parenting?
It`s in bad taste, yes. But it`s not dangerous at all. it`s not like those mothers that drag their kids around on leashes."
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I always laugh at folks like you because I know you don`t have kids.

Is it wrong to drag a 4 year old around on a leash? Yes. Is it wrong to drag an 18 month old around on a leash? No. When a kid is learning to walk, bringing them out to hone their craft is a great way to help them. However, it`s very easy for them to toddle off into the street. They can change direction VERY quickly. A leash keeps them safe but still allows them to try out those new fangled legs.
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Male 373
Solvent,IRockYeah - no you`re definitely racist.
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Male 36,344
WOW! @Rizzo71! Excellent catch! That is a VERY obscure movie, but it`s perfect for this post!

IMDB Says: Cult Classic!
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Male 425
The parents just love the movie "Doberman"!
www.youtube.com/watch?v=eijRyGWoSW4
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Male 36,344
That kid is "black"??

*squints*

Are you sure??

**squints harder**

I`ve seen Greeks, Portugese and Italians with darker skin than that...

I guess I`m just... colourblind!
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Male 2,841
I`m not racist but black people.... not so good people.
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Male 202
How is this bad parenting?
It`s in bad taste, yes. But it`s not dangerous at all. it`s not like those mothers that drag their kids around on leashes.
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Male 209
Typical Ni....errr sorry African-Americans!!!!
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Male 2,619
Not being racist, but judging by the colour of his skin he`ll see a lot more of those.
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Male 19,840
Link: Parents Of The Year Candidates, 2012 [Pic] [Rate Link] - I didn`t choose the thug life, my stupid parents did.
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