Parents talking on their cell phones or to friends or otherwise being lazy shits in full view of their children hitting/teasing/shrieking at my dog.
One way that you can tell I'm not a parent at the moment is that I DON'T DO ANY PARENTING. So maybe you could step up and do some now, since the material evidence of your keen interest in breeding is being a little asshole to an innocent animal who is -- lucky for you -- trained well enough not to eat him for it. I can't count the number of times I have been sitting on a bench peacefully and it's suddenly become babysitting hour for some really awful kid whose parents never noticed he's a little sadist -- and I'm always the one who ends up leaving! What kind of parent lets this happen? How does one even deal with this situation?
Also to other dog owners: keep your snarling beasts -- whether Bichon Frise or German Shepard -- away from my dog.
— jmc posted 4/23/2009
I would say right to their face, your kid is menacing my dog, why don't you watch your own sticky-handed assholes. I would also not be above saying straight to the kid get the fuck out of here. I don't think that's illegal. It's similar to parents who let their preschool kids wander around restaurants while they enjoy their dinner. "Get the hell out of here" when they stand there just staring at you. Just say it. If you don't want to curse, say something that will make them cry and run away and give them nightmares. Don't expose yourself, offer them candy, or invite them into a situation where your dog might bite them, that's definitely illegal. I don't hate children, but I don't like yours, that's my motto.
— Kerrin posted 4/23/2009
"I don't hate children, but I don't like yours!" That's genius! Exactly how I feel about 99% of kids!
— Brooke posted 4/23/2009
or just annoying kids in general. some of them should be put on a leash. especially in shops.
— squeak posted 5/12/2009
I HATE ALL PEOPLE. FUCK OFF.
— John posted 4/25/2012
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