At the same location. . an A can was .. To all the faggots saying that a child leash is bad, wait until you are a parent. If you are a parent, I really hope you never see the day when your kid is gone
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User avatar #12 - SCREWTHERULES (02/20/2014) [+] (43 replies)
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To all the faggots saying that a child leash is bad, wait until you are a parent. If you are a parent, I really hope you never see the day when your kid is gone. Nowhere to be found but on the back of a milk carton.
User avatar #13 - SCREWTHERULES (02/20/2014) [+] (21 replies)
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also stop acting like a dog is such less of a being than a human, you self entitled faggot.
#1 - squilliams (02/20/2014) [+] (4 replies)
That doesn't just happen in America, it happens here in England too.
That doesn't just happen in America, it happens here in England too.
#6 - theannoyingFJguy (02/20/2014) [+] (12 replies)
Never try to walk a cat on a leash
Never try to walk a cat on a leash
#5 - haziri (02/20/2014) [-]
A dog has never ruined my time at a restaurant/movie theater/store. So i'm cool with this
#41 - thewrasler (02/21/2014) [+] (9 replies)
Child gets to walk independently while still being close enough so she does not get lost. This will safely teach her to pay attention to her surroundings when travelling, a valuable life lesson. Dog will not try to mark territory, beg for food from strangers, or be in the way if the terminal gets crowded. I'm sure there are plenty of people who are smart enough to do these in order to make travelling easier, so don't just give us Americans credit for these simple solutions to common problems.
#40 - subtard (02/21/2014) [+] (2 replies)
It looks like it's attached to their backpack so they don't scamper away. If it was just a rope attached to their neck; yeah that'd be bad.
And that poor doggy is probably exhausted and the owner is caring.
Plus there's no indication this is in America.
#29 - Penn (02/21/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Before you say anything you need to ask yourself if you have children. If you don't then don't ******* say anything.

"But, I know who I am and how I will treat my children!"

No you don't. No. You. Don't.
User avatar #46 - icespine (02/21/2014) [-]
why do people always say things like this happen only is usa, they happen in all the other countries as well. it's not like usa is the only place that puts kids on leashes
User avatar #9 - sonsofsol (02/20/2014) [-]
Kiddy leashes are an excellent thing. Small children dash off all the time.
User avatar #42 - vuvuzela (02/21/2014) [-]
I was leashed when I was a child.
I was a little **** that liked to run away when we were out.

#32 - crazymungo (02/21/2014) [+] (6 replies)
no human being should be on a leash!
User avatar #36 to #32 - sairajayn (02/21/2014) [-]
Have you looked after a small child? Who is in the devils mood? Running off? Near roads? In a highly busy area?
User avatar #4 - dunkleosteus (02/20/2014) [-]
I've seen it here in Canada too
#91 - kangarude (02/21/2014) [-]
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User avatar #162 - missglorianicole (02/21/2014) [+] (1 reply)
My mom told me one time when I was little, I was standing next to her on the sidewalk, then the next second I started running across the street with cars driving by.

I'm not saying all kids need the leash, but if they are like how I was, then yeah, put a leash on them, or hold their hands at all times.
#63 - thefuckingpatsfan (02/21/2014) [+] (18 replies)
I can't believe these comments are actually defending people who leash their kids. Leashes are NEVER necessary, discipline is. Leashes are the lazy way out. That being said, leashing kids isn't an "America only" thing. It's a "bad parent" only thing.
#94 to #63 - officialjg ONLINE (02/21/2014) [-]
I'm 19 years old. I don't have kids and won't have any for a long while. I'm guilty of giving others a look for having a child on a leash because its just odd. And I use to think to myself "When I have a child, I'll never put them on a leash!" But one day, when I was watching my 4-year old sister and she literally yank her hand off mine so she could try to cross a street while its busy, in that split-second, I had more sympathy and understanding for those people. The only reason she stopped was because I scream at her as loud as I could and that stopped her immediately. She also cried but its better then being ran over.

I understand your argument and in some cases I agree with it. But It's not always a "bad parenting" thing, sometimes its a thing of "kids will do whatever the **** they want." Not all of them catch up to the idea of understanding your surroundings, regardless of if you've tried to teach them that or not. Especially if your at public places, like Disneyland, where it is extremely easy to get lost and you don't want to take the risk. I understand why some parents will resort to that because the last thing I want to happen is for my child to be lost or kidnapped.
#38 - darkjustifier ONLINE (02/21/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I was an ass as a child and needed a leash because our dog was more well behaved then I was, I haven't even had a child and know they need to be leashed at times
User avatar #30 - hellomynameisbill (02/21/2014) [-]
children are mindless cunts, and dogs are fluffy and loyal. it makes total sense
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