Yay! Someone is going out of their way to raise the next generation of stupid and vacant!Without them, we'd have no-one to feel superior to.
Secret Origins: Justin Bieber
I had a boys hair cut and it didn't turn me into a rad fem with no respect for ignorant parents no.
HA, I watched the Spiderman, X-Men, and Batman cartoons when I was a kid in the 90's. Hell, I even read the comics too back when Wal-mart used to sell them. Now I'm totally rocking a boy haircut and a raging bisexual sluty-slut.Seriously, that comic book shit can really fuck you up!
Notice the playboy clothing. A literal sign of class (not in a positive manner).
AHHH! Ewww... -That monster's gonna give me nightmares...
Don't listen to her child, you don't wanna turn out like your momma!
I really want to punch her in the face... but that would be unfeminine of me, wouldn't it?
Way to abuse your child, lady.
Who uses the word "Yammering" anymore?
Same folk who use Jibber-jabber.Y'know though, it dawns on me that this could be totally out of context. My kids live under the constant threat that if they don't do what they are told, I'll switch out all their clothes with burlap. Parents sometimes just have nonsensical threats for the hell of it. Hers may have been one of those. That said, the playboy sweater does paint a bad picture of her as a person.
Yeah, I was reminded of all the random threats I come up with for my kids who are about that age... Who knows, maybe the little girl had been "yammering" earlier about not getting a "boys" haircut.Outside of that, though, it's certainly the kind of threat I'd like to hear less of. And it wouldn't work in my family, either :)
lets teech her a wurd: emancipationdids i spel that rite?
Though the whole scene is ridiculous, my favorite detail is "That Spiderman". There was another OVC a while ago with another guy that said that, and it was even funnier then.
You should have a section for just "Parents"
what are these people doing in a comic book store?
This chick should get together with the guy who "fucking hates that spider-man."
Ah yes, "THAT Spiderman." This Spiderman is fine, but THAT Spiderman is no good. No, but actually, that five year old rocks. I hope she picks the boy's haircut.
She should let that kid loose in the woods. It would have a better chance against the wolves.
That kinda made me wanna cry.