July 25, 2013

Kids... Aren't They Awesome!!! LOL (20+ pics)


























22 comments:

  1. Most of those are incredibly funny except the kid upside down in the booth and the two in the game machines. Their parents need a good slap upside the head. I can forgive kids being fussy or a little excited but that was just ridiculous. (Before I get told off yes I do have 3 kids ages 3, 5, and 10 and no they do not act like that in public).

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    1. first kid wasn't in a game machine, its a play pen!

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    2. Look Again Jennifer, There are TWO game (Claw Machine) ones as well as a Play Pen one.

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    3. Agreed. My children behave in public, or they don't get to go out in public. Why would I want to inflict bad behavior on others? Kids can still have plenty of fun without acting like animals. It might be cute to YOU, but not to the manager they have to call to get your kid out of the claw machine, or the people sitting behind you at the restaurant...

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  2. Sucks to be your kids!

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  3. Sure they don't. Every parent says that. Especially the ones whose kids act that way :D

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  4. I have two boys, 12 and 15. They did some of this, the bratty stuff, and more. I have the baby pictures to prove it, when they start dating. Proud of it.

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  5. Proud of the fact your kids were brats, Really? Are you serious?

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  6. All kids act like brats from time to time. Just like how some adults act like ass**les from time to time. It's nothing to be ashamed of if your kid acts normal. And she's proud she has the pics to embarrass them with, duuuhhhhhh.

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  7. All kids do ridiculous things, thats one of the joys of having kids. No kid is going to be a perfect angel all the time and if they are you are just being a nazi and shouldn't of had kids. Parents that are too controlling and won't let their kids have a childhood are usually the same parents that are grandparents when their kids are 16 just saying. I love my daughter and my one on the way, but you have to let them learn though letting them sit in a game machine or letting them get there in the first place is alittle ridiculous and I certainly wouldn't be taking pictures, I'd be calling the fire dept to get them out.

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  8. this is why I have dogs....

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    1. This is my favorite comment on this whole post.

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    2. Agree, my wife and I have cats.

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  9. Kids are kids. I pulled my stunts and came out normal.My mom brought the hammer down when needed, laughed behind our backs when necessary, and laughed with us whenever possible. My kids pull stunts; I'm not worried. The kids you have to worry about are the ones with parents who have a stick up their arse and no sense of humor whatsoever. Enjoy your early-aged heart attack because you're worried about everything. Others, enjoy your kids! I know I am.

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  10. I think almost all of them are hilarious. Believe me, kids are going to act however they are meant to. I got a pair of brats, and they are still brats, even tho I try to be strict with them. They are my niece and nephew, and, yes, I have my own., too. If kids want to act out and you're strict with them, they will either do it anyways, or find a sneaky way to do it without being caught doing it. To the strict parents- Get ready for some hell to break loose. I am sorry that you had a bad childhood, don't make your kids pay for it. I also think that if it's in you, it'll be in your kids. Duh! They have it in their blood, and they also mimic behavior. Just laugh, you know you went thru these pictures and laughed, then got back up on your pedestal and pretended you are the almighty queen of the moms.

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  11. while I agree kids will be kids, there is a line I don't let my boys cross. If they have a meltdown in public, we go home, there is a big difference between being a brat and being just a kid. Do we let them get away with rude behavior or being nasty to someone, NOPE!! Our boys are just boys, learning, growing and sharing what they do. Do they get in trouble?? YEP!! Would not be a proper childhood if their decisions didn't get them in trouble every once in a while. That is how they learn to make the best decisions, let them choose and then reap the benefits/consequences of the decision they made. Kid in the claw machine?? No, our boys are to big for that and I would have had a "Aunt Petunia looking at Dudley through the glass at the snake exhibit" scream!!LOL!

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  12. Lol i like the mail one.

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  13. TO THE PARENTS OF THE KID WITH THE LOTION AND THE FLAT SCREEN >>>>>I FEEL YOUR PAIN I HAVE A 2 YEAR OLD GRANDSON THAT DECIDED TO RACE RAVIOLI DOWN THE FRONT OF MINE AND WITHIN 2 MINUTES HAD THE ENTIRE THING COVERED WOULD HAVE MAKE A GREAT PICTURE BUT I WAS SO MADE ALL I COULD DO IS PUT HIM IN HIS BED AND BREATH .....

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  14. I love how all these adults are acting like children, grow up and stop arguing over the internet. But, thank you to all of those who shared your funny stories with us!

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  15. Children will be children and get themselves into all kinds of mischief and situations. Adults are always taking out their phones to take pics of things before helping someone, why would they be any different with their own kids? The kid upside down in the booth seat is funny, wasn't hurting himself or anyone else. He does, however, need to be taught proper table manners. Still funny though.

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  16. not one of these kids are acting like brats! even the ones in the claw machines or the little dude with the cream and tv. they're mostly curious and have their own ideas even if it makes no sense to an adult. kids shouldn't be robots or well trained pets!! i'm sure most geniuses, inventors,artists and record breakers were absolute nightmares as kids. as long as they're not in danger or hurting anyone i say let them be and thoroughly enjoy the ride! p.s. i also have two boys of 4 and 5 and there's not enough time to write down all the stuff they "discover" or "create" together.

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