Hello!. Made by me. Hope you like it! How was your day?.. I was the kid that sat quietly in my place and didn't cry because I knew better... and if my future kid cries I am gonna be whoopin ass Hello! Made by me Hope you like it! How was your day? I the kid that sat quietly in my place and didn't cry because knew better if future cries am gonna be whoopin ass
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - anon id: 6960f057
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Or here, for that matter.
User avatar #19 to #5 - tehweave
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Oh ****. I just posted the same thing above. Sorry!
#7 to #5 - tututooter
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**tututooter rolled a random image** Or here
User avatar #9 to #5 - PixieLOL
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My aunt took her 3/4 year old to the cinema for the first time, I don't even remember what they were watching anyway she got told before the movie to be quiet 'cause there were other people there and during the movie she turned round to some older kids and went "shh, we havta be quiet"


adorable.
User avatar #6 to #5 - Aleafe
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and dont we all hate the fat black woman in the back of the theater
User avatar #66 - herpaderpnugget
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I was the kid that sat quietly in my place and didn't cry because I knew better... and if my future kid cries I am gonna be whoopin ass
#47 - dimetrodondanya
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Or at theatres.  If the kid's too young to know better than to whine and be a pain in the ass, they're too young to enjoy a 1 1/2 to 2 hour movie.  Some parents need to smarten the **** up.
Or at theatres. If the kid's too young to know better than to whine and be a pain in the ass, they're too young to enjoy a 1 1/2 to 2 hour movie. Some parents need to smarten the **** up.
User avatar #48 to #47 - faithrider
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and some parents can't afford to leave them at some babysitter. some parents want to watch movies. some parents don't want to wait 2 or 3 years for their kid to learn how to act in public. i agree with the above pic but not your comment. classy dining restaurants are not places for children. if you can't stand children in a theatre then you go to somehting kids can't go to and deal with it.
User avatar #78 to #48 - germankillzone
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If your a parent its not about you anymore, if you wanna watch a movie you gotta wait until the movie comes out on DVD if you know for a fact that your kid isnt gonna sit still for 2 hours. if your bringing a kid in the theater you better make damn sure there gonna behave. try to be considerate of others. they wanna watch the movie but if we gotta listen to a bitching kid for even a second, you better get the **** out.
#58 to #48 - Jameshaich
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I was watching the new Harry Potter, and there were little kids screaming and running around inside. It's easy for kids to get into anything now.
User avatar #84 to #58 - faithrider
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that's another thing. parents should know which movies to take their kids to. the movie you just mentioned shouldn't have kids. there should be like an age limit that theatres themselves set. pg-13 and lower have no actual age restrictions in theatre but they should.
User avatar #50 to #48 - dimetrodondanya
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If you can afford to go to a movie, which would cost about 6 bucks each, you can afford a babysitter, which should only be about 8-10 bucks and hour. The average movie is about 2 hours long, and assuming there are two people going to the movie, that comes to around 28 dollars in total. If you can't afford to spend that amount, you shouldn't be wasting your money on a movie.
User avatar #51 to #50 - faithrider
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but at most theatres it is free for a child that age to get in. plus 6-8 bucks for an hour and a half to two hours vs at least 10 bucks an hour for the same amount of time. which would you rather pay.
User avatar #54 to #51 - dimetrodondanya
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I'd rather pay two extra dollars than be that person that everyone hates. But that's just me. ¯(o_o)/¯
User avatar #85 to #54 - faithrider
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10x2=20-8=$12 extra not $2 extra.
User avatar #86 to #85 - dimetrodondanya
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That's still not enough to ruin everyone else's evening by bringing your bratty kid.
User avatar #87 to #86 - faithrider
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so if i had a two year old who wanted to see muppets and i happened to go at the same time as you then you would want me to spend 12 extra bucks so that YOU were happy with a quiet theatre... right?
User avatar #88 to #87 - dimetrodondanya
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Then you tell your ******* two year old to behave, and if he doesn't, get his ass out of the theatre, because if he's crying and whining, he's obviously not enjoying the movie. Or, you could get a DVD of the muppets and he wouldn't know the difference, he's two.
User avatar #89 to #88 - faithrider
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see and when i do get a kid i will enforce that type of thing. if you can't behave, you can't have movie time. not all parents can do that though
User avatar #90 to #89 - dimetrodondanya
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Correction: Not all parents will do that. I can't think of a reason why you can't discipline your kid under normal circumstances.
#41 - rubanman
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no, **** her
#37 - FightClub
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toddlers at restaurants are THE DEVIL
#18 - tehweave
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Had to be done.

But I also agree with your comic.
User avatar #28 to #18 - theshafinator
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I work at a movie theatre, and we have a strict policy that anyone with a crying child must exit the auditorium until he/she is calmed down.


yup. It's a cool story.
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User avatar #32 to #28 - tehweave
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I can't tell you how much I love that policy. I'll give anyone who came up with that idea a hug.
#62 - grimmwaters
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Simple solution.
>Kid misbehaves in restaurant
>Finish your meal like a boss
>Get home
>Break out the crowbar.
User avatar #52 - RedPurpleRain
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Know why I behaved in public as a kid? Because if I didn't, I'd have got my ass handed to me when we got home. No one nowadays knows how to discipline their kids, so they run around and act like demon spawn. You don't have to beat your kid, but smacking them when they do something wrong doesn't do much harm.
#46 - silvanyis
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The first three years of a childs life are formative...and a parent's entire job should be to make their child acceptable to be in public. Since when was it alright socially to allow your child to scream and run free like a wild thing?

Parents today are lazy. It's their fault that little ***** grow up into big ***** and are inflicted upon society. I'm not old enough to be making that speech, but I know that if I acted like I see these little entitled brats do when I was a kid, I'dve wound up backslapped.
#17 - brandonorlando
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**brandonorlando rolled a random image** mfw kid is crying
User avatar #20 to #17 - SwiftyMcfly
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You might need serious mental evaluation if boobs comes to mind when you think of children.