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#254 - yorker (10/15/2013) [-]
People need to stop trying to parent other peoples' kids.
It's ******* ridiculous when they pull that **** , unless if the kid is being harmed or causing you or your kid any harm, you should mind your own ******* business.

Maybe the parent is responsible and they're positive that the kid knows not to act out what he sees in the game in real life?

Vice City was my jam, I turned out fine.

Shut your stupid mouth you pony-tailed **** , mind your own business.
inb4 "he's a comic"-I know of tons of employees that have done this irl
User avatar #280 to #254 - Vegeto (10/15/2013) [-]
But this can easily turn out the opposite.

First, its their job to explain any R-rated game that's being sold to anyone under 18 (Not to the level people think like in the video, but they at least have to read R-Label and what it consists of)


There is also the chance that the parent hasn't done any background information or sense of responsibility to the game or child.

In other words, the child may not be mentally/emotionally ready for the game (just want it because it looks cool) and the parent goes "I don't care whats in the game its just to distract my child"
#234 - xnotcreative (10/15/2013) [-]
I remember asking my mom to buy me a copy of GTA before when I was 12, and she had a terrible time telling me the words no back then so she went to a GameStop and tried buying me Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories, and the cashier in the OC and the cashier selling my mother the game basically did the same thing.

I know that doesn't seem bad, but if you knew how timid she was, you'd understand why it killed me inside receiving the game from her shivering hands after that 5 minute long lecture from some stranger behind a cash register.
#216 - anon (10/15/2013) [-]
Im 15 I play this game, am I bad?
#227 to #216 - dcrosby (10/15/2013) [-]
not really, but you still get red thumbs cause no one gives a ****
User avatar #206 - Gandalfthewhite (10/15/2013) [-]
played the gta series so much when i was young (probably as early as 8-9) that i consider the radio from vice city nostalgic and apart of my childhood. I turned out fine, 'cept being a part time druggie but that's just part of the life in my area
#204 - cruzerisabaws (10/15/2013) [-]
my dad got me Conker's Bad Fur Day on N64 when i was 6 for my birthday
User avatar #187 - wobblewub (10/15/2013) [-]
Idon'tknowwhatIexpected.gif
#183 - anon (10/15/2013) [-]
I was watching south park at 4, I turned out completely fine. Hell, I have more morals than some of my friends.
User avatar #164 - xgeneration ONLINE (10/15/2013) [-]
I played a lot of violent games when I was still in elementary school, I grew up fine.

User avatar #108 - albinorhino (10/15/2013) [-]
Sadly enough tis happened to me when I tried buying GTA V for my 16 year old brother. I'm 20 years old and they still wanted me to bring in our mom for permission. I said **** that and went to Wal-Mart across the street and didn't have a single issue.
#105 - anon (10/15/2013) [-]
What an asshole... you know damn well that when you were 8 you would have LOVED to see some video game tits. Especially now that graphics are so good. Don't be a damn hypocrite. You'd be mad if someone did this to you when you were young.

And yes I understand it was for the father, but i'm saying if it wasn't.
#97 - jugernof (10/15/2013) [-]
I remember I had GTA:VC when I was 8 years old. It was so fun, it was probably my favorite game at the time.

Then my parents had a friend over, and her friend had a daughter my age. Her daughter wouldn't stop biting me, so I hit her with an empty milk jug.

My mom was embarrassed because I hit her friend's daughter, and supposedly because I am a male, it is 100% unacceptable for me to hit females. So she blamed the game because it was too violent, and didn't give it back til I was 12.
#94 - boomboomsha (10/15/2013) [-]
I don't remember any anal sex scenes.
User avatar #99 to #94 - tiredofthis (10/15/2013) [-]
There was that thing when we first met Trevor.
User avatar #104 to #94 - capslockrage (10/15/2013) [-]
There were multiple.
Trevor and johnny's girlfriend

that celebrity chick and her boyfriend (the mocking of salina gomez and justin bieber)

and there is one more that I don't remember exactly
User avatar #82 - kwizzy (10/15/2013) [-]
I turn 17 in just a couple of months, and I got denied the game at The Source, so I walked upstairs and bought it at Gamestop. For that very reason they're never going to be able to put a stop to selling games to minors.
INB4 <18 B&
#53 - broorb (10/15/2013) [-]
or it was for her
User avatar #51 - danniegurl ONLINE (10/15/2013) [-]
When I was a kid, I watched my babysitter play GTA and sometimes she let me play when she had to get up to go do something. I wasn't traumatized.
User avatar #39 - footballmaniac (10/15/2013) [-]
Douches like this really piss me off.



And OP, a fox says 'yiff'. Now shut the **** up.
#165 - padawonjohn (10/15/2013) [-]
******* casual.

She didn't even say for what console.

#137 - divinecreator (10/15/2013) [-]
yea lets all pretend that the best games arent rated M and that we totally followed the rules and didnt have our older friends/friends with less strict parents get it for us
yea lets all pretend that the best games arent rated M and that we totally followed the rules and didnt have our older friends/friends with less strict parents get it for us
#85 - hexadecimated ONLINE (10/15/2013) [-]
That wasn't a fart.
User avatar #21 - commanderbunbun ONLINE (10/15/2013) [-]
aren't rated M games like tobacco? you need to prove you're over 18 to buy and if the cashier finds out you're buying it for a minor he has the right to refuse you service.
User avatar #34 to #21 - soupkittenagain (10/15/2013) [-]
No. They just let it happen. Although if you buy it alone and don't look old enough, they will ask.
User avatar #36 to #21 - sparkyoneonetwo (10/15/2013) [-]
Nope. M means 17+ anyway but it's not illegal to buy games for someone underage. Just like movie ratings you can get in with a parent or someone that is old enough.
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