August 26, 2011

To his mother as she tried to leave the store without buying him a pack of YU GI OH cards...

(Yes he was really wearing this shirt.)

32 comments:

  1. if she had tried to buy him that, you should've said to his mother: "i'm not going to sell you anything in this store. that little rude bastard doesn't deserve anything."

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  2. Ugh! Can we have the nice kids back please?

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  3. Takes one, to know one. Nyah nyah.

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  4. How old is this 'kid', anyhow? I am suspicious...

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  5. If his mom bought him anything after that, she needs a punch in the face.

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  6. I don't like this store, Mr. Tim...for one thing there are far too many fat children

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  7. this kid is a product of his own mother's passive parenting. If my kids said that, I would split the sky open, hehe

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  8. Wow. It's incredible seeing what has become of kids today... If I said anything like that to my mom she would smack me senseless.

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  9. Hell If I was there I would have smacked that kick senseless!

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  10. kid* >_>

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  11. Has the location of said store ever been revealed? I don't know if it's common knowledge or a state secret. Reveal so I can Google Earth stalk your store.

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  12. And yet people say it's never alright to hit your kids.

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  13. I can't imagine every saying anything like that to my mother. Ever. It just wouldn't occur to me.

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  14. And that child was 32 years old.

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  15. And then she took him back to McDonalds for his mid-afternoon snack of 3 Big Macs, a supersized fries and 64oz Coke.

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  16. "Monster children" is a very appropriate tag.

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  17. Most of the people who appear on these are merely irritating but this is the first to inspire genuine hatred in me. This kid is a subhuman piece of shit who should be euthanized.

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  18. And back to McDonald's we would go, where he could fill out an application to make his own money with which to buy any his damned cards.

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  19. Kids today. They grow up so fast. Won't be long before this fat little guy is living under a wooden bridge somewhere and trying to eat wayward travelers. *sigh*

    Although...I have to give the little shit points for the shirt.

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  20. Lee: if OVC is a fair sampling of RL demographics, by my reckoning the two nice kids are your lot. It's only kids like this from here on.

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  21. She doesn't need to hit him. His punishment is continuing to wear that shirt.

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  22. I notice there are a lot of similarities with Mr. Tim's picture...

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  23. ZpmbiWorkshop8/27/2011 6:21 AM

    Wow, another sparkling advert for birth-control!

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  24. If I'd been that much of a twat as a child
    my parents would just have walked out of
    the store and left me.

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  25. "Der gehört zurückgefickt und abgetrieben" as we say in Germany, meaning "he deserves to be f*cked back and be aborted".
    What a horrid little Cartmanesque arsehole...

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  26. I'm looking down this set of comments and suddenly wondered about the mother's reaction if she read them.

    Bastard. Smack him senseless. It's okay to hit this child. Monster. Subhuman piece of shit that should be euthanised. Little shit. Should never have been born. Twat. "Der gehört zurückgefickt und abgetrieben" Arsehole.

    I doubt she'd thank you for your opinions about her little boy (disagreeable as he was in this one isolated incident) or your childrearing advice. As much entertainment as it is to laugh at and complain about socially retarded people, including spoilt brats, it's less entertaining to realise the people you're sharing the experience with sound worse. He only wanted cards, and has the partial excuse of being an immature kid. What's the excuse for wanting torture and death?
    John Gabriel's Greater Internet Fuckwad Theory is constantly proven right.

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  27. @Warren JB
    I don't believe it was that the kid threw a tantrum over wanting some cards. I think it was the fact that he called his mother a "buttwipe" that upset some of the commenters.
    I agree that euthanasia is a bit extreme in this circumstance, but I think much of the anger comes from people seeing a general lack of interest in folks disciplining their children. Often I see parents more focused on talking onto their cell phones than the disruption their kids are causing. Or, they think that by sticking a bag if candy in the kid's hands and placing a portable DVD player in front of them relieves them from further parenting duties.
    And honestly, do you really think this was an isolated incident? I guarantee that this kid is like this all the time.
    Relax, though. Some of the comments are meant in fun. As for the others... Well, those are probably people who are tired of having their shopping or restaurant meals disrupted by parents who are choosing to ignore their misbehaving children.

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  28. Talking "into" their cell phones.
    Bag "of" candy.
    Jeez... One of those days.

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  29. This is NOT my board so I feel weird saying this:

    I am sick of brittle thinskins coming here and taking things out of context. Maybe it's because I am not American that I see things a little differently, but so what if we said that the kid should have been taken out back and shot? This is now your moment to lecture us all on child abuse?! NO. You grow up, realize we're being deliberately provocative and sarcastic, and likely NO ONE here would ever hurt a child.

    Take your bag of issues elsewhere, friend-o - this site is too fun to let cubefraus gullygongs run through here and ruin it.

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  30. Well, I'm certainly glad now that I only said I'd take his sorry ass to back to McDonald's and make him work for his cards...

    Even if I did leave a few words out of the last sentence.

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  31. Since there is the topic of child abuse I feel I should suggest taking him into the local redlight and making him work for those cards... But I have a sick sense of humor.

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  32. What a train wreck...

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