judging intensifies. tags. Faht FEE ENE. MARE. dan'? yum we mm is fairing in semen right Hour? at? ppaq. I suppose the moral of the story's "Don't judge a book by its' cover.", but "bitches be crazy" has more of a ring to it.
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Faht FEE ENE.
MARE.
dan'? yum we mm
is fairing in semen
right Hour?
at? ppaq
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Submitted: 11/22/2013
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#2 - thechosentroll (11/22/2013) [+] (10 replies)
I suppose the moral of the story's "Don't judge a book by its' cover.", but "bitches be crazy" has more of a ring to it.
I suppose the moral of the story's "Don't judge a book by its' cover.", but "bitches be crazy" has more of a ring to it.
#7 - katha (11/22/2013) [+] (11 replies)
I hate this comic with a passion.   
   
I hate it because I love it and it hurts to look at it.
I hate this comic with a passion.

I hate it because I love it and it hurts to look at it.
#115 - ilovehue (11/23/2013) [+] (2 replies)
#13 - englman (11/22/2013) [+] (10 replies)
I don't look the part because of this very reason.. (Stupid bitches judge... And well.. I want a job some day.. So I won't fight what I can't beat.) But I'm going to be a bad ass Metal-Dad one day too. 						*****					 gonna be brutally sweet. I'll teach about acceptance, respect, judgement, open-mindedness, and Black Metal of course.
I don't look the part because of this very reason.. (Stupid bitches judge... And well.. I want a job some day.. So I won't fight what I can't beat.) But I'm going to be a bad ass Metal-Dad one day too. ***** gonna be brutally sweet. I'll teach about acceptance, respect, judgement, open-mindedness, and Black Metal of course.
#25 to #21 - englman (11/22/2013) [-]
I love people that believe music has some sort of maturity/age scale applied to it.
#42 - chinesehandcuffs (11/22/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Being a good father and appearance have nothing in common. The moral responsibility you embrace in raising a child in no way corresponds to fashion, trend, and pop culture decisions one makes along the way. I stick by my opinion no matter the thumb count of this comment.
#37 - crazyolitis (11/22/2013) [+] (85 replies)
Favourite metal band? Any metal is welcome.

I'll begin: Blind Guardian.
#29 - veryspecialagent (11/22/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Why does that needle look like a tampon?!
Why does that needle look like a tampon?!
#153 - thecharliesheen (11/23/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Seems to be that Nathan Explosion had a child.
Seems to be that Nathan Explosion had a child.
#152 - anaklusmos (11/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Hi fastest, I'm Dad. I'm not even sure if that works
#53 - fastbackmustang (11/22/2013) [+] (7 replies)
I got married in August just got back from my honeymoon (had to wait a few months so we could afford tickets) we wanted to wait to have kids but now I can't stop thinking about having a little girl
#216 - TheFlamingFlamingo (11/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I work at a children's area at a zoo (but I've also worked several other jobs at the zoo regarding children before this one) and I've always noticed that the parents who are the typical soccer mom and stuff always have the most horrible kids 90% of the time and are the 						*********					 parents themselves. They will try to break the space, won't listen to our rules, bully other kids, and scream when they can't have their way and I have to kick them out of the area. And their parents either reprimand them in a super 						******					 way OR they get pissed at us even though they didn't watch their kid and sat on their cellphone the whole time. It's pretty  much always the kids with the quirky parents that respect the space, follow our rules, and like to join in our activities.     
   
I've also  had comments from parents about my looks at work before because I've had so many different hairstyles, not exactly normal ones obviously, while working there and the one I had for the longest was my hair was 40% blonde and 60% brown. So many of the parents like the ones in the comic would give me dirty looks and some had the audacity to say I shouldn't work around kids looking like that. Some would even tell their kids not to go over to me and join in the activities. It was always the quirky parents and their children though that didn't mind it and even thought it was cool. Kids with parents like those are always so much more accepting of differences and they don't give a 						****					.    
   
TL;DR Kids with quirky parents tend to be SO much better people behaviour wise and accepting of diversity wise.
I work at a children's area at a zoo (but I've also worked several other jobs at the zoo regarding children before this one) and I've always noticed that the parents who are the typical soccer mom and stuff always have the most horrible kids 90% of the time and are the ********* parents themselves. They will try to break the space, won't listen to our rules, bully other kids, and scream when they can't have their way and I have to kick them out of the area. And their parents either reprimand them in a super ****** way OR they get pissed at us even though they didn't watch their kid and sat on their cellphone the whole time. It's pretty much always the kids with the quirky parents that respect the space, follow our rules, and like to join in our activities.

I've also had comments from parents about my looks at work before because I've had so many different hairstyles, not exactly normal ones obviously, while working there and the one I had for the longest was my hair was 40% blonde and 60% brown. So many of the parents like the ones in the comic would give me dirty looks and some had the audacity to say I shouldn't work around kids looking like that. Some would even tell their kids not to go over to me and join in the activities. It was always the quirky parents and their children though that didn't mind it and even thought it was cool. Kids with parents like those are always so much more accepting of differences and they don't give a **** .

TL;DR Kids with quirky parents tend to be SO much better people behaviour wise and accepting of diversity wise.
#195 - sippay (11/23/2013) [+] (2 replies)
#73 - organicglory ONLINE (11/22/2013) [-]
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#123 - DrollHumor (11/23/2013) [-]
Working at a photography studio I have observed pretty much all methods of parenting.    
I've had way too many "normal looking" families with an "I don't give a 						****					"-Dad and a "Shut the 						****					 up"-Mom with their hellspawn who either run wild, are constantly chased after, or are just held in a death grip and smacked or yelled at when they fuss.    
   
The nice, good, loving parents with happy children are rarer than I'd like them to be.
Working at a photography studio I have observed pretty much all methods of parenting.
I've had way too many "normal looking" families with an "I don't give a **** "-Dad and a "Shut the **** up"-Mom with their hellspawn who either run wild, are constantly chased after, or are just held in a death grip and smacked or yelled at when they fuss.

The nice, good, loving parents with happy children are rarer than I'd like them to be.
#117 - timetravelzero (11/23/2013) [-]
MFW this entire comment section
User avatar #208 - delphine (11/23/2013) [-]
Having taught for only two years, I can already see differences in how kids are raised. I gotta say it's the kids with quirky parents that end up contributing the most to our classroom environment.

I have one student whose parents are legit goths (I'd always wondered what happened to goth people when they got older, now I know!) and he's probably the most brilliant student in my class. Our curriculum is too easy for him, so I often have to give him separate projects to work on and gave him a middle school book of physics experiments.

The difference between parents is not how they dress or what their status is-- the difference is in how much the parents care about their child and their child's education.
#196 - hoddon (11/23/2013) [+] (4 replies)
#103 - ballerfifteen (11/23/2013) [+] (5 replies)
there are no perfect fathers, but a father will always love perfectly
there are no perfect fathers, but a father will always love perfectly
#3 - xxxsonic fanxxx (11/22/2013) [+] (24 replies)
Yes, women are basically the biggest scumbags on Earth. Fathers only leave their children because the mothers are such ******* cunts to their fathers for no ******* reason that the fathers cannot stand it and leave. I ******* hate all the women/mothers, **** especially the feminists, they already have way too much and more rights than anyone, even the ******* .
User avatar #41 to #3 - yetiyitties (11/22/2013) [-]
The fact you got 10 thumbs up cements the fact that funnyjunk is sinking into a ******** full of woman hating racists.
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