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User avatar #7 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
How is this parenting 'done right'? That parent has to put next to no effort into raising his child by searching for old games, also said games are in no way educational.
#183 to #7 - anonymous (07/08/2013) [-]
Are you really taking a picture on the internet this seriously? calm the **** down
User avatar #182 to #7 - teoberry (07/08/2013) [-]
Damn shame man. You don't deserve this
User avatar #173 to #7 - rokkarokkaali ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
I hate how your comment was in close to no way offensive to anyone. It was just questioning the title. And everyone isn't even giving a proper ******* response. They're just acting like you should know. I agree, this isn't parenting done right. And you don't deserve the 200 red thumbs you got.
User avatar #160 to #7 - ugoboom (07/08/2013) [-]
Poor jonnyfrosty got the tail end of a fail-bandwagon. He's right.
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#132 to #7 - anonymous (07/07/2013) [-]
Maybe it about spending time with child/ dad
User avatar #121 to #7 - slenderbro (07/07/2013) [-]
I'll admit my comment of a basket being sharp was far-fetched but you just went full-retard.
#97 to #7 - Crake (07/07/2013) [-]
The fact that the child shows an interest in the parent's life would signify that he sees the parent as a role model and an awesome person, and if your child thinks highly enough of you to want to follow your footsteps, you must have done something right. The videogame isn't the main thing here, it's the child wanting to be like daddy. (or mummy, I don't want to make a gender assumption here)
#176 to #97 - anonymous (07/08/2013) [-]
Kids emulate their parents.
It has **** all to do with them being good parents.

www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/8618158/Young-killer-follows-in-fathers-footsteps
User avatar #95 to #7 - derkio (07/07/2013) [-]
I just want you to know that I totally agree with you. It's a shame you are so thumbed down.
User avatar #162 to #95 - jonnyfrosty (07/08/2013) [-]
Getting used to it
User avatar #82 to #7 - theturkeyburger ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
Yeah, because everything ever should be educational!
User avatar #81 to #7 - arstya (07/07/2013) [-]
It's about spending time with your kid, and sharing a part of you with them.

I'll agree it's not parenting, good or bad, but it's a very emotional and personal thing. These are the things he grew up with, and now his son wants to experience them as well.

Also, don't put down games if they're not "educational". They develop problem solving skills, hand eye coordination, and time management. The education comes from the parents and the school while the kid can have some down time afterwards by playing games and developing other skills.
User avatar #96 to #81 - dsgbiohazard (07/07/2013) [-]
You missed the whole point of his comment.

He's talking about how the title is "PARENTING DUN RUT, SNES NES MASTER RACE HUR DUR. NEW GURMS SERK. THEY NO DIFCULT UT UL."

I like old game, I really do. But he's right, it's getting really annoying.
User avatar #193 to #96 - arstya (07/09/2013) [-]
You missed my point as well. I agreed it wasn't good or bad parenting outside the fact they spend time with their kids.
User avatar #194 to #193 - dsgbiohazard (07/09/2013) [-]
But why would you say that when that wasn't the point in the first place?
#80 to #7 - anonymouzx (07/07/2013) [-]
I don't know why you're thumbed down when you're right. I was thinking the same thing and instead someone telling you why they disagree with you, they call you a faggot.
#77 to #7 - yeezus (07/07/2013) [-]
I seriously wanna know too
User avatar #45 to #7 - colonelbyers (07/07/2013) [-]
Its the principle of giving your child something that once entertained you. You'll understand when you're a parent.
User avatar #48 to #45 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
Finally, an argument i can understand after all the other **** . Nevertheless, i still think the title is not suiting the subject
#21 to #7 - fukkentyranitar ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
You have a difficult time making friends, don't you?
User avatar #24 to #21 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
Instead of 'Hurr dur such a faget am i rite guys', could someone PLEASE tell me, why that picture deserves the title 'Parenting done right'. Im not saying that those are bad parents, i just dont get the 'OMG Nostalgia Zelda & Mario, ill teach my kids those best things in the world ev4r'-bandwagon
Anyone could just take a picture of a boy on which hes playing some game from the 90s and get +10000 thumbs up, while in reality the kid played for 10 seconds
User avatar #101 to #24 - fukkentyranitar ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
I agree with what you were saying. You are however being a stick in the mud.
User avatar #88 to #24 - fuelnfire ONLINE (07/07/2013) [-]
The fact that the child asked to play his old games, implies that the son and father are close enough that the father has talked about his childhood, and are on good terms. I didn't even know my father was ex-military until I joined myself, at 18.

I can understand the title Parenting Done Right, being a bit of an exaggeration, or for all we know, dead wrong, maybe the kid gets beaten after each game he plays. We don't know. Fact is, a lot of the guys on here would love for their kids to grow up liking their music, and their games, the same way they feel a sense of pride in listening to classic rock bands, claiming that Led Zeppelin is the only real music, and electronic music is stupid, etc. I don't agree with that, but it's a trend.

TL;DR move on, a lot of people name things nonchalance.
#37 to #24 - anonymous (07/07/2013) [-]
Good luck getting a proper answer that makes actual sense. Truth is, most of these autistic faggots just think a child should grow up with the games they grew up with, because no one else shares in their experiences because they're socially awkward downers.
User avatar #41 to #37 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
Figured that out
#35 to #24 - infinitereaper (07/07/2013) [-]
Teaching a kid the value of history? That not everything needs to be new and exciting? The simpler things in life? That the past has value? That it doesn't have be the most fancy expensive or latest model to be fun?

take your pick
User avatar #44 to #35 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
Teaching a kid 'the value of history'? Throguh the game Duck Hunt for the NES? Dont you see how ridicolous that is? 'That not everything needs to be new and exciting'? Well ok, I guess, but there are other ways than, 'Hey son, here play that from my time for, like, a few minutes so i can upload a photo of that to the inet and get ********* of thumbs from the bandwagonfaggots'. 'The simpler things in life'? **** you. How about a picknick with your son, going to fly a kite or just wander through nature with him, instead of sitting him infront of the TV. 'That the past has value'? Take him to his grandparents, much better, for gods sake. 'That it doesn't have be the most fancy expensive or latest model to be fun'? Yeah youre right there, given that you want to teach him that value when it comes to videogames and you want to raise a '90s game are teh best'-faggot. All in all, yeah, my comment might be **** to you, but since i got to know you as some bandwagon-following internet-autism guy, that doesnt really bother me.
#52 to #44 - anonymous (07/07/2013) [-]
Sharing your hobbies/interests with your kids is something all parents do. No one can tell others how to raise their kids, or how to spend their time with their kids. You sound like someone who loves the outdoors, the old-fashioned type. Nothing wrong with that.

The reason this got so many thumbs is because its cool. Kids playing old games with their parents is something that I would LOVE to do with my kids one day (if I ever have kids..) and although band-wagon "autism 90s games r teh best" is annoying sometimes, the games are classics for a reason, they sent an entire industry to the top of the market in less then 10 years, they are good... band-wagon or not.

You can take your kids outside, I'll keep my future kids inside sometimes to teach them that there are multiple ways to have fun, as long as you aren't a close-minded douche canoe who rains on the parade.
User avatar #61 to #52 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
Too bad youre anonymous, thumbed up and understood your point. Thanks, learned more about your point of view, different than those other guys that are just like 'WHAT A FAGET OMG ILL SHOW YOU WITH A PICTURE FROM THE WEBZ WITH A CAPTION'
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#54 to #52 - anonymous (07/07/2013) [-]
Hooorrrry **** I need to proof-read before I comment, that 2nd block is a run on sentence.
#51 to #44 - infinitereaper (07/07/2013) [-]
Get over yourself. He's a kid, video games are one thing, outside fun is another. And who says you can't have both?    
   
Bitch I hardly remember the 90s nor do I care.   
   
You think you're a superior little faggot who sees everything huh? Are humans just an open book to you? All you sound like is an edgy little bitch.   
   
You aren't superior, you aren't seeing something others aren't. You're just a pathetic loser with an internet connection. Video games aren't inherently bad, and they aren't inherently good. If you hate technology so much then log the 						****					 off.    
   
And sure, nostalgia is one thing, but is this post really so bad? Do you have to make such a big deal out of it?    
   
Don't even get me started.
Get over yourself. He's a kid, video games are one thing, outside fun is another. And who says you can't have both?

Bitch I hardly remember the 90s nor do I care.

You think you're a superior little faggot who sees everything huh? Are humans just an open book to you? All you sound like is an edgy little bitch.

You aren't superior, you aren't seeing something others aren't. You're just a pathetic loser with an internet connection. Video games aren't inherently bad, and they aren't inherently good. If you hate technology so much then log the **** off.

And sure, nostalgia is one thing, but is this post really so bad? Do you have to make such a big deal out of it?

Don't even get me started.
User avatar #62 to #51 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
Also, your 'dont even get me started' is not threatening at all, your flaming isnt going to convince me that the title is suiting
User avatar #58 to #51 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
What the **** man? How the **** do you interpreting in my text that I feel 'superior'? Also, i dont hate technology, how the **** came that thought to your mind, i just dont think the title is suiting. And as a last, im not making a big deal of it, my comment consists of a total of 30 words, your comment and the hilarious amount of red thumbs made me feel personaly attacked, thats why. And please, i know you dont care so much as you feel superior yourself with your bandwagonfriends around, but please cut it out with the anime stuff. The only thing i think youre right with is the 'why not both'-argument. Nevertheless, I stand to my point
User avatar #63 to #58 - infinitereaper (07/07/2013) [-]
Don't tell me what to do. I can use what I want. But there you go judging things and people again. Trust me I've floated in the red sea plenty of times, I simply speak my mind and say what I want, I could care less. This isn't about being right or wrong but thing about what you said:

"He's raising his child with video games" Where the **** was that ever implied?

"Video games are in no way educational" An ignorant statement to say the least. I learned many things from games. English, sentence structure, story, puzzles, logic, even my love of business stems back to a simulation game a played as a kid. In fact simulation games are some of ht funnest and most education of all games.

You know I would have sympathized with you had you given a reasonable argument, but you made two assumptions, and calling everyone "autistic fag muffins" isn't going to help your case.
User avatar #70 to #63 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
Maybe you got me wrong there then. 1st my statement was not implying that games are not educational, but seriously. Is Duck Hunt a good example of Education for you? Also, English is not my mothertongue, 'hes's raising his child with videogames' is not what i meant nor what i wrote.
#34 to #24 - kez (07/07/2013) [-]
If I wanted to get all my game system from when I was a kid out it would take me atleast 2-3 hours minimum.

I would have to get the ladder, take it up the stairs, go into the loft, search through god knows how many boxes of **** until the right ones, then work out which cables are for what console and set them all up.

Just cos my kid nonchelantly asked about games from my childhood.

Its not giving a kidney, but its still something.
User avatar #39 to #34 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
Dude, someone cooking food for his child everyday is harder than searching for a console at home, given that he has to know about how to cook, buy the food, and so on
User avatar #47 to #39 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
Why the **** am I getting downvoted for a proper counter-argument to his statement? Seriously, you people are why dissapointed in the internet as a whole.
#74 to #47 - kez (07/07/2013) [-]
Because it was a stupid arguement.

Not even including that your point was wrong.

Kid has to eat

Kid doesnt have to play your video games
User avatar #75 to #74 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
Hm, alright, that counts
User avatar #66 to #47 - infinitereaper (07/07/2013) [-]
Because you're a moron. Hell. Even I don't have the motivation for this. Later.
User avatar #68 to #66 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
Your beliefes are not the same as mine, thus you are a moron. gz, infinitereaper, what you wrote made a picture of your personality for me, and given that picture i dont want to have you around at any time. Hopefully not later.
#93 to #68 - namesoicanpost (07/07/2013) [-]
do you really need a spoonfed?

you opening statement is to say snes games is not "educational" and "no effort". and what do you expect? applaus?

parents will push the stuff they loved as a kid onto their kids, in this case snes . it is nothing right or wrong with it. it is just simple entertainment , kinda like if you pulled out a toy from you're childhood to let him play with it

if you don't get it, this was more or less 1980 kid's DREAM to have all that, it is better than candyland and there is quitebit good amount of games on it that is worth to play to so they get sense of what people talking about in conversasions later on in life.

parenting done right here is simple, they let their kid have fun and also learn some video game history,the main topics that older gamers refeer to while talking and again just to have fun.

right or wrong parrenting is some crap that media put up, I will not tell other to raise their kids but more people need to just let go as you have zero control of them at age of 12+ anyway , so just make sure they not hang out with the kid that is always in trouble (friends is what will influence them most at this stage) and not pick up bad habits. raising a kid is not that magical hard that many make it out to be
User avatar #29 to #24 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
You bandwagonguys are so weak. No answer, instead a downvote. n1, guys
#133 to #29 - anonymous (07/07/2013) [-]
this guy doesnt know when to shut the hell up
#27 to #24 - anonymous (07/07/2013) [-]
I agree. This reeks of bad parenting actually.
User avatar #50 to #27 - jonnyfrosty (07/07/2013) [-]
bro, i didnt mean to say that the guy sucks as a parent, i jsut think the title is ridicolous
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User avatar #91 to #18 - jaknik (07/07/2013) [-]
I just cringed
User avatar #86 to #18 - anonymouzx (07/07/2013) [-]
Why? You're just getting on the bandwagon.
User avatar #83 to #12 - anonymouzx (07/07/2013) [-]
Seems like you're jumping into the bandwagon. What's wrong with his comment?
User avatar #84 to #11 - anonymouzx (07/07/2013) [-]
Yes, he's serious. How does that make him a faggot? What did he say that makes him a faggot?
User avatar #184 to #164 - anonymouzx (07/08/2013) [-]
Why yes, yes I am.
User avatar #163 to #84 - jonnyfrosty (07/08/2013) [-]
Bro, its another bandwagon. In about a year, theyll thumb up comments like yours and mine like crazy, its how their brain works
User avatar #155 to #84 - garymotherfingoak ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
given as long as you've been on here, you must know by now on the internet, calling someone a faggot isn't calling them, well a faggot, but basically another name for dumbass or prick.
User avatar #185 to #155 - anonymouzx (07/08/2013) [-]
I know he didn't call him a homosexual lol.
User avatar #186 to #185 - garymotherfingoak ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
you're not making this any better for yourself.
#187 to #186 - anonymouzx (07/08/2013) [-]
I don't see how I was even trying. Or how it is even bad. I know what he meant by faggot.
I don't see how I was even trying. Or how it is even bad. I know what he meant by faggot.
User avatar #188 to #187 - garymotherfingoak ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
eh, okay. enjoy the red i guess.
User avatar #189 to #188 - anonymouzx (07/08/2013) [-]
When you have been here for as long as I have you start to not even care. Also it would take a couple of thousand to ban me.
User avatar #190 to #189 - garymotherfingoak ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
i think nowadays its more has to do with you're probably doing something wrong in your statement if you get that much red.
User avatar #191 to #190 - anonymouzx (07/08/2013) [-]
All he said was that the tittle doesn't fit with the content. I agree and it isn't a big deal. People will thumb everything that's from the 90's and thumb you down if you don't think it's the best decade in all of history. For some reason people think it's good parenting to let your child play your old video games. It's not a bad or good thing, heck I'm even gonna recommend some games to my child. People will just insult his comment to get thumbs now that they see it works.
#99 to #84 - stardustdragonlord (07/07/2013) [-]
Video games are 						*******					 amazing, as (probably) stated in the comments in this bull 						****					 i won't read they improve reflexes, and they test critical thinking. People who play video games are proven to be better drivers, make decisions faster, and easier, and all sorts of things. Not to mention they've made me my best friends in life, and have taught my stuff of self sacrifice, and the likes. Without video games I would be a cruel hearted bastard. People say that if you play video games you have no life, that is untrue. Playing video games allow you to live many lives. (example; Mario, that 						******					 burns through lives)
Video games are ******* amazing, as (probably) stated in the comments in this bull **** i won't read they improve reflexes, and they test critical thinking. People who play video games are proven to be better drivers, make decisions faster, and easier, and all sorts of things. Not to mention they've made me my best friends in life, and have taught my stuff of self sacrifice, and the likes. Without video games I would be a cruel hearted bastard. People say that if you play video games you have no life, that is untrue. Playing video games allow you to live many lives. (example; Mario, that ****** burns through lives)
User avatar #100 to #99 - anonymouzx (07/07/2013) [-]
I knew that. I see your point, but I still disagree that it is parenting done right by letting your child play your old video games. I'm not saying it's wrong either. What is good parenting is working hard for your child.
#181 to #100 - cabbagemayhem (07/08/2013) [-]
Yfw working hard on the wrong things instead of being lazily effective.
Yfw working hard on the wrong things instead of being lazily effective.
User avatar #103 to #100 - stardustdragonlord (07/07/2013) [-]
Oh, I was going after the educational part. I could care less on the parenting done right part. that all comes down to opinion.
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