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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #2 - sanguinesolitude
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if you really made your son buy his own dictionary **** YOU... god that makes me rage.

if your child wants to learn, you ******* buy him the books he wants. make him buy his own gameboy, but when he offers to buy himself a dictionary, you give him a hug, and you buy it for him. And then you buy him a fun toy on the way home or take him out to his favorite meal for being a really good kid.
#43 to #2 - haqq
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#20 to #2 - partisan
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I think someone needs a reading lesson...
User avatar #28 to #20 - sanguinesolitude
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as do you since you clearly cant comprehend my comment. Why would you make him spend his own money on a dictionary? Buy him the book and let him spend his money on legos or something fun. Bad parenting to force him to fund his own education.
#34 to #28 - partisan
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Weird, I thought it said he decided to purchase the dictionary. I missed the part where it said he was forced.

On another note, it's good that he wanted to buy it and his parents let him, lest he become an entitled douche bag. Too many kids don't know the value of a dollar as it is, and the fact that he CHOSE to buy a dictionary means he values his education as much as any crappy toy.

I would never force my kids to buy there own references, but if they want to, who am I to stop them.
User avatar #38 to #34 - sanguinesolitude
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I didnt mean force as in "you better buy it or else," I mean if he wants a perfectly reasonable item that will benefit his education. Why not just buy it for him?

Buying a dictionary isnt going to make him feel entitled, thats just silly. I said make him buy his own games and such, but reference materials are on me.

I know he decided to purchase it. But when he offered I would have said, "tell you what kiddo, I'm gonna go ahead and buy this for you. Why dont we stop by the store and you can use your money on that toy you wanted." Thus the kid still has to buy things learning the value of money, and also learns that I the parent value his education enough to spend my own money on it.
#39 to #38 - partisan
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If your initial comment was as well thought out and said as this response was, you wouldn't have been thumbed down to oblivion and harassed. I hate to say it but your first comment made you sound like a total douche. Wording and ton have a lot to do with what message you send.

With that out of the way, you seem perfectly reasonable and I agree with you.
User avatar #40 to #39 - sanguinesolitude
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I mentioned that it made me rage, thus my comment was rage driven.
User avatar #116 to #2 - meganinja
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Wow I'm sorry. Funnyjunk ****** you over. I thumbed you up if it's any consolation.
#117 to #116 - sanguinesolitude
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so it goes
User avatar #119 to #117 - meganinja
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went on your profile and gave you 20 green thumbs. Maybe that'l cause a chain reaction and get you even more. Whatever, I wish I had time to give you more but I have a test to take.
#120 to #119 - sanguinesolitude
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well that was awfully nice of you.
well that was awfully nice of you.
#145 to #120 - xxitzchubbsxx
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did the same thing buddy. So almost cancelled you out i guess.
#147 to #145 - xxitzchubbsxx
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although highest comment rank #5? hmm do you need this..
User avatar #152 to #147 - sanguinesolitude
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i really dont lol. thumbs dont mean anything to me
#54 to #2 - serotonin
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I have no idea why did he get so many reads
User avatar #88 to #2 - yojo
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I'm sorry you got all those undeserved negathumbs.
User avatar #94 to #2 - nommonsterbaa
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Besides the fact that you're a blind, dumb mother ******, chances are this isn't OP's kid
User avatar #95 to #94 - sanguinesolitude
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as though thats ever stopped us from commenting before. But what makes me blind or dumb in this particular situation?
User avatar #97 to #94 - nommonsterbaa
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It clearly says that his son decided, by his own choice, to buy the dictionary. The fact that the father doesn't go and spoil him doesn't make him a bad father, if he spoiled his kid when he did something considered good, then he would grow up a spoiled little ****, expecting good things when he does good instead of doing good things because they're good. Also, it's a ******* picture on the internet.... no point in going on a stupid ass rant because this situation isn't perfect to you
User avatar #104 to #97 - sanguinesolitude
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buying your kid a dictionary isnt spoiling him by any definition. Like if you have a kid who desperately loves math and wants a calculator, why would you make him do weeks worth of chores to earn it. I would buy it for him precisely because he was willing to work that hard for it, it shows his priorities are in the right place, and that should be rewarded. Spoiled kids dont get spoiled when they do something good and selfless, thats normal parenting to reward your kid for being good. Spoiled kids get presents and gifts for no reason. That was my point. basically its saying "isnt it cute that my kid decided to use his own money to buy a dictionary, something I as a parent should have already bought him when he expressed an interest in learning more words. Isnt it cute that he knows whats good for him better than I do as his parent."

If your kid wants to learn you shouldn't make him do chores and make it difficult to learn. That was all i was saying.

you are going on a stupid ass rant about my stupid ass rant.
User avatar #124 to #104 - nommonsterbaa
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Spoiling was more so referring to you saying he should get his favorite meal, or a toy or something.

And I made a rant on some idiot on the internet making a rant over a picture that was supposed to be funny.
User avatar #140 to #124 - sanguinesolitude
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So you are saying if your kid does something good you shouldn't reward them?

and i didn't see much funny in the picture. Just a kid who loves learning, which is cute. And parents who wont buy him a dictionary, which is less cute.
User avatar #118 to #2 - fauxshores
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I really dont see why you got thumbed down because you are completely right. If I had a kid, and he wanted to spend his money on a dictionary, I wouldnt let him. Ill buy him the book, some ice cream, and then ill let him get some Yu-Gi-Oh cards or something because if he wants to learn, he shouldnt need to do chores to do so.
User avatar #127 to #2 - brettyoke
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I think the reason you're so thumbed down is because people don't understand what you wrote or just stopped reading after the first line, like deadnannersreturns.
User avatar #137 to #127 - sanguinesolitude
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I'm just happy to have caused such a ********** of disagreement. Its a battle of red vs green in the votes, though clearly red is winning at the moment.
User avatar #3 to #2 - Maroon
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For real. And two month's worth of chore money on top? I never got money for chores, but I also never had to buy my own ******* books. If you are gonna give money for chores, don't make it a joke.
User avatar #24 to #2 - bananamilkshake
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Don't mind the red thumbs, I completely agree with you
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User avatar #31 to #29 - sanguinesolitude
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Yeah not sure either. Probably kids who don't read. I feel like if your kid wants to be educated you should do everything in your power to make that happen.
#86 to #31 - anon id: 04856255
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If my kid would want to be educated he needs to work for it. It is a cold world out there, better make kids realize that before its too late you fuking pampered little bitch
#90 to #86 - sanguinesolitude
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*goes anon to post a comment*

If you really dont want to educate your child, then you are clearly going to be a ****** parent.
#67 to #2 - dafogman
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Why all the hate against this guy?
He has a valid point.
User avatar #5 to #2 - deadnannersreturns
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"this is what my five year old son DECIDED"

are you blind or stupid
User avatar #27 to #5 - sanguinesolitude
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neither. I am saying dont make your kid spend his money on a dictionary, buy him one and let him keep his money. Let him blow his money on something silly and fun, his education should be something you invest in.
User avatar #6 to #5 - angelodlt
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You actually believe what you read on the internet?

are you stupid
no hard feelings
User avatar #7 to #6 - deadnannersreturns
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it's entirely possible for a child to save money because he wants to buy a dictionary and learn more words. in fact i met a certain little guy when i was working at a daycare who wanted my help reading a dictionary because he wanted to learn 1. how to read and 2. what the words meant
User avatar #30 to #7 - sanguinesolitude
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of course it is. I wanted books as a child too. But why would you force him to spend his own money to become educated. Why would you not want to encourage him to be smart and to buy him a dictionary. For that matter, how the **** did the parents not buy him a dictionary way before he asked for one. I stick with my guns and say these are bad parents. The kid is awesome, the parents should encourage him and buy him all the books he wants.

My parents rule was if i wanted a book, no problem they would buy it for me. If i wanted a toy, unless it was my birthday or christmas or the like, i had to do some chores around the house or spend my allowance.
User avatar #8 to #7 - angelodlt
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Thats actually a cool story
bro
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#9 to #8 - deadnannersreturns
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User avatar #146 to #5 - thedungeonmaster
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My guess greatly favours the latter.
#115 to #5 - anon id: 3001c2ca
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"make him buy his own gameboy, but when he offers to buy himself a dictionary, you give him a hug, and you buy it for him"
I think he got that.
It's the point that if the kid is interested in learning, she should buy it for him.
But if he wants entertainment such as Gameboy, then he should get to buy it himself.
User avatar #87 to #5 - yojo
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He didn't say they made him buy it...

are you blind or stupid
#16 - vytas
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who says he's gonna read it
#18 to #16 - Blasphemer
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He bought it to laugh at silly words.
#74 to #18 - cammanderz
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*Cough* Penis *Cough* *Cough*
#139 to #74 - accountforposting
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Heh..hehehe…vagina…hehehahaheah...
#60 - imcadence
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he just looking up words like penis and  vagina
he just looking up words like penis and vagina
User avatar #64 to #60 - mckinkymcormic
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dat gif...
#44 - konamicode
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#65 - pappathethird
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User avatar #113 - iLime
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He bought it to look up vagina.
#123 - xxitzchubbsxx
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No offense but that's **** parenting. Your son does chores for two months and then wants to get something that will improve his mind and you still get him to pay for it himself? Buy it for him then he can buy porn and dragon dildos with his money.
#129 to #123 - tbagbandit
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#133 to #129 - xxitzchubbsxx
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I'm stealing your Gif and there is nothing you can do about it.
#134 to #133 - tbagbandit
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User avatar #141 to #123 - sanguinesolitude
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i said essentially the same thing and caused a ********* down below.
#148 to #141 - xxitzchubbsxx
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Yeah but did you mention dragon dildos?
#155 to #148 - sanguinesolitude
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i forgot to
i forgot to
#111 - stinki
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That's kinda autistic
User avatar #21 - roflcopterkklol **User deleted account**
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Oh i get it, genuine curiosity is now that rare that it is interesting.

This does not give me hope for society, it makes me sad.
I read the bible when i was 6 because i was curious about it, that is now news worthy material, this frightens me, are people really getting dumber as a whole as technology progresses?
I guess so.
User avatar #22 to #21 - mullacllahdoow
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you realise that's not a bible but a dictionary right, I'm all for curiosity but even you have to admit that it's rare that a 5 year old spends his own money on a dictionary.
User avatar #23 to #22 - roflcopterkklol **User deleted account**
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I do, the point remains, a kid reads a book in the pursuit of knowledge and people flip the **** out.
User avatar #26 to #23 - mullacllahdoow
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Yeah I guess I see your point, I would still argue that a kid of that age buying a dictionary is rare, I know I wouldn't of done at 5 years old, really, the more amazing thing was why wasn't there a dictionary in the house in the first place.
User avatar #63 to #23 - OsamaBinLadenz
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You are a misinformed pessimist.
#45 to #23 - akumaxoji
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Its not like it was lying around and decided to just read it or asked for it from his parents he went the extra mile to self obtain the book with his own hard earned money. All through out history that is a rare feat. You're just a prick who thinks he's cool for making a stupid point. That is under simplified to self award yourself for being "superior". You sir are a douche canoe.
#142 to #45 - sanguinesolitude
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oh god who is she.
User avatar #149 to #142 - akumaxoji
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I don't know. And I hate it
User avatar #156 to #149 - sanguinesolitude
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google image search gives me nothing.
#70 - anon id: 50294ccd
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Holy **** what a ******* nerd... he'll never get laid so at least you don't need to worry about him getting a girl pregnant. But you'll most likely never have grandchildren with this loser. He'll be a virgin for life.
#132 to #70 - tbagbandit
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User avatar #131 to #70 - violetmistress **User deleted account**
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Insulting people over the internet? ******* NERD!
#77 to #70 - Jesusnipples
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Actually, Funnyjunk generally approves of people pursuing their education, so I doubt you're going to get many people to agree with you.    
Good try though, 4/10
Actually, Funnyjunk generally approves of people pursuing their education, so I doubt you're going to get many people to agree with you.
Good try though, 4/10
#101 to #70 - feelythefeel
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I don't know. I thought women generally dig men who don't work at McDonald's. I guess not, hence why you're just drowning in pussy. Right?
User avatar #73 to #70 - theseventhmirror
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Are you kidding? He'll be the greatest wordsmith of all time!
The pickup lines he could generate will woo women for miles.