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Date Signed Up:7/19/2012
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So ya think you can take me, faggot?

Bitch I'll put you in the fucking ground.

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#247 - Thank you. I plan do approach my parenting (if I do ever have … 3 hours ago on The Cure for ADHD 0
#237 - You are lucky enough to have two parents who were mature enoug…  [+] (3 new replies) 4 hours ago on The Cure for ADHD +2
User avatar #261 - anotherponyaccount (2 hours ago) [-]
As an alternate form of punishment, my parents forced me to eat spicy foods if I did something wrong
I don't spices and I think that's why
#244 - naroemcgarson (3 hours ago) [-]
Well ultimately I disagree, but you do have a valid point and you are entitled to your own opinion so, (and I do mean this in a very positive way) good luck raising any children you do or may have. May they turn out well, happy and above all joyful.
#247 - tastycrisps (3 hours ago) [-]
Thank you. I plan do approach my parenting (if I do ever have a kid) in a completely different way than my parents did. I want to learn from my parents mistakes not take out my frustration growing up with them on a kid who doesn't deserve it.

Great quote from one of my favorite psychologists:

"Children have basic inalienable rights—to be fed, clothed, sheltered, and protected. But along with these physical rights, they have the right to be nurtured emotionally, to have their feelings respected, and to be treated in ways that allow them to develop a sense of self-worth. Children also have the right to be guided by appropriate parental limits on their behavior, to make mistakes, and to be disciplined without being physically or emotionally abused. Finally, children have a right to be children. They have a right to spend their early years being playful, spontaneous, and irresponsible. Naturally, as children grow older, loving parents will nourish their maturity by giving them certain responsibilities and household duties, but never at the expense of childhood."

Kind of unrelated, but it's something that a lot of people don't understand.
#228 - That can be entirely true. The thing is most parents …  [+] (5 new replies) 4 hours ago on The Cure for ADHD +5
User avatar #234 - naroemcgarson (4 hours ago) [-]
It just sounds to me that you had a bad parent, (and, no offense meant here, that you might be projecting that on pretty much all disciplinary physical contact directed towards children) . one key to being a good parent is to never discipline in anger. I can recall several times when my actions angered my dad and he made a point to tell me that he would deal with me later, (so that latter I knew what I was getting it for) then leave and calm down before I got my spanking, or he would have mom who was not angry do it, and whether I wanted to admit it (which I never did) or not I knew that I deserved it.
#237 - tastycrisps (4 hours ago) [-]
You are lucky enough to have two parents who were mature enough to handle physical discipline in an objective way. But the problem is even a pretty normal parent can get carried away and improperly smack their kid.

It's easier to just expect all parents, even mature ones, to avoid physical discipline because it's impossible to hand out spanking licenses. We can't risk the physical and mental safety of so many kids by encouraging this kind of discipline.

Other forms can substitute just fine, without fucking up a child. Keeping all forms of hitting off limits is a way to protect the kids with parents who can't handle it.
User avatar #261 - anotherponyaccount (2 hours ago) [-]
As an alternate form of punishment, my parents forced me to eat spicy foods if I did something wrong
I don't spices and I think that's why
#244 - naroemcgarson (3 hours ago) [-]
Well ultimately I disagree, but you do have a valid point and you are entitled to your own opinion so, (and I do mean this in a very positive way) good luck raising any children you do or may have. May they turn out well, happy and above all joyful.
#247 - tastycrisps (3 hours ago) [-]
Thank you. I plan do approach my parenting (if I do ever have a kid) in a completely different way than my parents did. I want to learn from my parents mistakes not take out my frustration growing up with them on a kid who doesn't deserve it.

Great quote from one of my favorite psychologists:

"Children have basic inalienable rights—to be fed, clothed, sheltered, and protected. But along with these physical rights, they have the right to be nurtured emotionally, to have their feelings respected, and to be treated in ways that allow them to develop a sense of self-worth. Children also have the right to be guided by appropriate parental limits on their behavior, to make mistakes, and to be disciplined without being physically or emotionally abused. Finally, children have a right to be children. They have a right to spend their early years being playful, spontaneous, and irresponsible. Naturally, as children grow older, loving parents will nourish their maturity by giving them certain responsibilities and household duties, but never at the expense of childhood."

Kind of unrelated, but it's something that a lot of people don't understand.
#889 - I want money 5 hours ago on Steam Card Giveaway 0
#217 - A) You should never hit kids. Not necessarily because it's ine…  [+] (13 new replies) 5 hours ago on The Cure for ADHD +1
User avatar #279 - loonquawl (1 hour ago) [-]
Some kids would really benefit from a swift kick in the ass.
We've all seen those kids.
Although that has little to do with school, you should never spank a kid cuz they're fucking up in school.
Only time I gave my nephew a good pop on the ass is after the 3rd time he rode his little bike into the street cuz he thought I wasn't watching anymore. Car had to slam on it's breaks to avoid killing his dumb ass. It was nearly a natural reaction to take a swing at his butt as he ran past me.
#224 - naroemcgarson (5 hours ago) [-]
There is a huge difference between beating a child, and discipling a child through the tactical application of minor pain even if the pain dose not seem minor to the child at the time. Their asses sting for ten or twenty seconds (that seems like an eternity to them) then it fades and they are over it and now they know better. I speak from my own childhood experience, and I had a lot of experience.
#272 - fefe (1 hour ago) [-]
i think it works for some, but its mostly the parent's responsibility to really understand when its appropriate or not and that past a certain age it most certainly isn't okay or in certain methods.
#271 - lolibear (1 hour ago) [-]
I under stand your point, and in a way you are right, but as tastycrisps said, it puts too much power in the hands of the adult. For every kid that receives proper discipline and is only hit when it is appropriate, and not in a dangerous way to the kid, there is a kid that gets hit whenever the adult is angry, or hit far too hard by an adult that doesn't realize their own strength over a kid. This isn't political correctness preventing us from properly disciplining our kids, this is society preventing serious and dangerous abuse at the cost of making parents have to learn how to discipline kids the harder, but equally effective.
#231 - panfriedsamurai (4 hours ago) [-]
The whole basis of your argument is that a child is going to act like a rational adult when force is applied towards them.
First, You know nothing about how a child reacts to negative outside stimuli.
Full stop.
Kids go into sort of a "Shock" when they get hit by someone whom they think is in charge. At that point, words go in one ear and out the other. they don't learn anything and your own experience having been "taught" that way is a big exception and not a rule.
No matter how many of your hick friends agree with you.
#245 - greenitthe (3 hours ago) [-]
I don't think I need to bring up the hot stove thing, but I kind of want to see how you argue against it, so I'll mention not mentioning it.

Faggot, their experience is not an 'exception' any more than the result where the kids get seriously messed up. It depends entirely on the circumstances. Largely it depends on whether the parent is using pain as a tool, or using violence as a way to let off steam. Also, it depends on the kid's mindset (which is another parent issue), if the kid just gives absolutely no fucks, the parents did something wrong during the child's development.

Would you kindly provide some sauce on your "words go in one ear and out the other" point? It sounds like some bullshit.

Don't disappoint me faggot, this better be an actual argument and not some cheap bait
#240 - naroemcgarson (3 hours ago) [-]
First I do not and never have expected a child to act like a rational adult, (and if i ever did see a child acting like one my heart would weep in pity, and anger at the one who brought such behavior about).
Second I do know how a child reacts to negative outside stimuli, I was one and whats more I have 3 nieces and 3 nephews.
Third your are right, they go into a kind of shock, and do you know what goes through their minds? "What did I do wrong" and (providing that it was actual discipline and not a bad parent striking a the child without a true reason) more often than not they _ know_ what they did wrong and if they don't, they ask. The shock leaves a negative imprint about that activity and every following shock received as a result of said activity reinforces the notion that they should not do it again.
#228 - tastycrisps (4 hours ago) [-]
That can be entirely true.

The thing is most parents don't know how or when to apply an appropriate spank. Usually when a parent hits a kid it's because they got really angry. A pissed parent won't know the right amount of force, timing, etc.

I'm speaking somewhat from my own experiences and from what I know about parental psychology.

When I was young, 6 or 7 maybe, I got separated from my dad at the mall. One minute I was looking at a cute stuffed animal and then he was gone. I tried my best to find him, at first I stayed put thinking he may come back, then I wandered the general area to find him. Almost an hour passed and I still couldn't find him and was holding back tears (crying for me was the ultimate form of weakness). Finally I saw him across an isle and ran towards him, arms outstretched to hug his legs in relief. Before I could do so, he smacked me on the head so hard I stumbled and fell sideways. Now I was crying, having no idea what I did wrong, and had to then endure him furiously scolding me.

Me being lost made him worried, and he directed that worry into anger, and that anger into physical harm. He didn't hit me to discipline me for a bad decision, he hit be because I made him angry. Events like this happened throughout my childhood, where I did something by accident that pissed him off, and he would hit me. He never actually beat me. I never went to school with a black eye or bruises. But every time he hit me was because he was angry enough to overcome his self-control.

Physical discipline is, more often than not, a result of a parent losing their cool. Punishments should never stem from emotion or they just become revenge and not education.
User avatar #234 - naroemcgarson (4 hours ago) [-]
It just sounds to me that you had a bad parent, (and, no offense meant here, that you might be projecting that on pretty much all disciplinary physical contact directed towards children) . one key to being a good parent is to never discipline in anger. I can recall several times when my actions angered my dad and he made a point to tell me that he would deal with me later, (so that latter I knew what I was getting it for) then leave and calm down before I got my spanking, or he would have mom who was not angry do it, and whether I wanted to admit it (which I never did) or not I knew that I deserved it.
#237 - tastycrisps (4 hours ago) [-]
You are lucky enough to have two parents who were mature enough to handle physical discipline in an objective way. But the problem is even a pretty normal parent can get carried away and improperly smack their kid.

It's easier to just expect all parents, even mature ones, to avoid physical discipline because it's impossible to hand out spanking licenses. We can't risk the physical and mental safety of so many kids by encouraging this kind of discipline.

Other forms can substitute just fine, without fucking up a child. Keeping all forms of hitting off limits is a way to protect the kids with parents who can't handle it.
User avatar #261 - anotherponyaccount (2 hours ago) [-]
As an alternate form of punishment, my parents forced me to eat spicy foods if I did something wrong
I don't spices and I think that's why
#244 - naroemcgarson (3 hours ago) [-]
Well ultimately I disagree, but you do have a valid point and you are entitled to your own opinion so, (and I do mean this in a very positive way) good luck raising any children you do or may have. May they turn out well, happy and above all joyful.
#247 - tastycrisps (3 hours ago) [-]
Thank you. I plan do approach my parenting (if I do ever have a kid) in a completely different way than my parents did. I want to learn from my parents mistakes not take out my frustration growing up with them on a kid who doesn't deserve it.

Great quote from one of my favorite psychologists:

"Children have basic inalienable rights—to be fed, clothed, sheltered, and protected. But along with these physical rights, they have the right to be nurtured emotionally, to have their feelings respected, and to be treated in ways that allow them to develop a sense of self-worth. Children also have the right to be guided by appropriate parental limits on their behavior, to make mistakes, and to be disciplined without being physically or emotionally abused. Finally, children have a right to be children. They have a right to spend their early years being playful, spontaneous, and irresponsible. Naturally, as children grow older, loving parents will nourish their maturity by giving them certain responsibilities and household duties, but never at the expense of childhood."

Kind of unrelated, but it's something that a lot of people don't understand.
#3 - Too bad that ****** probably won't come out for almost a month 04/24/2015 on Checking the Steven... +2
#9 - Aw, I liked shirt club, it wasn't one of the feely episodes b… 04/24/2015 on Sadie's mom +1
#7 - It's not really either. "Cringe" can range …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/24/2015 on Sadie's mom 0
User avatar #10 - gittons (04/24/2015) [-]
because i have either never felt cringe or embassament or i have and did not know it.
turns out i have never felt it.
cheers for the explanation, must suck having to feel that stuff when you watch something.
#4 - I didn't particularly like this episode. Embarrassin…  [+] (14 new replies) 04/24/2015 on Sadie's mom +16
User avatar #17 - sweetbutteryjesus (04/24/2015) [-]
I didn't like it at first, but they really resolved it well.
No bullshit, solid advice.
User avatar #6 - rockmanfan (04/24/2015) [-]
it was better than the last episode.
#9 - tastycrisps (04/24/2015) [-]
Aw, I liked shirt club, it wasn't one of the feely episodes but damn was it funny.
User avatar #5 - gittons (04/24/2015) [-]
hey man i have been meaning to ask someone,
what does it feel like to cringe and be embarrassed? is like like..a sadness or more anger?
User avatar #11 - zerkerex (04/24/2015) [-]
It's more like a being annoyed or frustrated. Let's say you are with a friend or family member, and they do something inappropriate or shameful. And since you're with them you either empathize with and share their embarrassment, or have it for them if they don't feel any shame.
Cringe is usually the latter. Feeling shame for a person who apparently doesn't feel it themselves.
If it would be embarrassing for you to do yourself, seeing others do it will feel similar.
User avatar #12 - gittons (04/24/2015) [-]
ah so embassament is feeling shame for your self and cringe is feeling shame for others.
that sounds simple enough.
User avatar #13 - zerkerex (04/24/2015) [-]
If you never felt cringe you must be a very confident and secure person.
User avatar #14 - gittons (04/24/2015) [-]
try autistic with problems but i do not even like mentioning that word online because
people often go full retard over it.
User avatar #15 - zerkerex (04/24/2015) [-]
Don't worry, this site is full of retards anyway. jk
User avatar #16 - gittons (04/24/2015) [-]
oddly enough everybody in this thread is fairly calm and thoughtful, it is surprising.
User avatar #18 - zerkerex (04/24/2015) [-]
It's because we are all here for the some reason. To see dank memes, black tweets, feels, and boobs.

and Gay Space Rocks
User avatar #8 - deadjoke (04/24/2015) [-]
I think it's more of self disappointment.
#7 - tastycrisps (04/24/2015) [-]
It's not really either.

"Cringe" can range anywhere from a mild annoyance to an almost pain. It's kind of similar to when you accidentally touch something gross. Think of wet, slimy, and mildly chunky mashed potatoes sliding down your fingers while doing the dishes. It's 100% unpleasant and makes your stomach clench and want to just escape the situation.

Except what I'm talking about is more like second hand embarrassment. Witnessing an intensely awkward situation is just... awful, at least for me. At some points I just couldn't watch the episode any longer. The whole time I was like "just stop"

Why do you ask?
User avatar #10 - gittons (04/24/2015) [-]
because i have either never felt cringe or embassament or i have and did not know it.
turns out i have never felt it.
cheers for the explanation, must suck having to feel that stuff when you watch something.
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#63 - tastycrisps (03/13/2015) [-]
Comment Picture
User avatar #56 - wethepixelisgod (01/22/2015) [-]
Hey, i play the items game and was curious if i could have your fj points, they would help me out ALOT.
User avatar #57 to #56 - tastycrisps (01/22/2015) [-]
This is the second time someone asked me for my items. What do I have that's so valuable exactly?
User avatar #58 to #57 - wethepixelisgod (01/22/2015) [-]
your points.
i mean they would really help. all i do is play items.
User avatar #59 to #58 - tastycrisps (01/22/2015) [-]
I have items that are worth points, but I don't understand why they're valuable.

I'm not giving up my OC badge if that's what you're asking.
User avatar #60 to #59 - wethepixelisgod (01/22/2015) [-]
nono not that. you earned that.
here ill send a trade
User avatar #61 to #60 - tastycrisps (01/22/2015) [-]
sure why not
User avatar #62 to #61 - wethepixelisgod (01/22/2015) [-]
i sent the trade. just click on notifications and uncheck the box enter the captcha and accept
User avatar #53 - konradkurze (01/08/2015) [-]
**konradkurze used "*roll cah answer*"**
**konradkurze rolls Poor life choices.**
how awesome is tasty for having Toph on his profile
User avatar #54 to #53 - tastycrisps (01/08/2015) [-]
Well I'm on Funnyjunk, so that's already obvious.
User avatar #55 to #54 - konradkurze (01/08/2015) [-]
**konradkurze used "*roll cah answer*"**
**konradkurze rolls A sea of troubles.**
how can we rescue Tasty
#52 - mystifizinski (12/24/2014) [-]
thanks man, you too
thanks man, you too
#45 - pumkinz (11/11/2014) [-]
Why did you decline my trade request?
User avatar #46 to #45 - tastycrisps (11/11/2014) [-]
Because you offered a ****** chest for 9 weeks worth of colored text.
User avatar #47 to #46 - pumkinz (11/11/2014) [-]
Wait, can you buy colored text with fj points?
User avatar #48 to #47 - tastycrisps (11/11/2014) [-]
Not that I know of, you have to earn it.
User avatar #49 to #48 - pumkinz (11/11/2014) [-]
Well then what are you talking about? You cant trade colored text, nor do I want it. I just wanted your items and points for the item game that I like to play and was hoping youd be generous and give them to me
User avatar #51 to #50 - pumkinz (11/11/2014) [-]
Well why do you have them then?
User avatar #42 - gugek (11/02/2014) [-]
hey i hope your morning went well. Have a fantastic day today!
User avatar #43 to #42 - tastycrisps (11/02/2014) [-]
Why, thank you.
User avatar #44 to #43 - gugek (11/02/2014) [-]
no problem!
User avatar #41 - theflamingfire (09/22/2014) [-]
Your like hitcher but from USA
User avatar #32 - bigdominican (09/07/2014) [-]
who are you and why have i not eaten your children
User avatar #33 to #32 - tastycrisps (09/07/2014) [-]
because black fetuses taste terrible
User avatar #34 to #33 - bigdominican (09/07/2014) [-]
******** on a stick, i bet they taste fantastical
User avatar #35 to #34 - tastycrisps (09/07/2014) [-]
Not when after eating them the cops shoot your stomach 9 times they're not.
User avatar #36 to #35 - bigdominican (09/07/2014) [-]
hmmm, how would you know this.
have you eaten your own children before
User avatar #37 to #36 - tastycrisps (09/07/2014) [-]
I needed to to maintain my street rep No of course not what are you talking about
User avatar #38 to #37 - bigdominican (09/07/2014) [-]
alright, i understand
so, wanna be friends
User avatar #39 to #38 - tastycrisps (09/07/2014) [-]
I think you know the answer to that question.
User avatar #31 - tastycrisps (07/09/2014) [-]
Test
#29 - evilhomer ONLINE (06/21/2014) [-]
#30 to #29 - tastycrisps (06/21/2014) [-]
You actually did it   
   
I can't believe it
You actually did it

I can't believe it
User avatar #28 - tastycrisps (06/04/2014) [-]
User avatar #27 - joshlol (04/08/2014) [-]
thank you for the add
#25 - cormy (11/27/2013) [-]
You're awesome.
You're awesome.
#26 to #25 - tastycrisps (11/27/2013) [-]
Why thank you, my good man
Why thank you, my good man
#23 - mystifizinski (10/19/2013) [-]
a new one...
a new one...
#20 - mystifizinski (10/11/2013) [-]
hi.   
   
 you are my cute-gif-friend now.
hi.

you are my cute-gif-friend now.
#21 to #20 - tastycrisps (10/11/2013) [-]
cute-gif-friends forever
cute-gif-friends forever
User avatar #17 - niggastolemyname (09/16/2013) [-]
** **************** rolls 677,597,182** can i get a full size version of your profile pic?
#18 to #17 - tastycrisps (09/16/2013) [-]
why of course my good man
why of course my good man
#19 to #18 - niggastolemyname (09/16/2013) [-]
thanks
random story from something im watching on tv
>2013
>be kid in lybia
>on carousel

>rod stewart "do you think im sexy" playing on stereo
> **** was so cash
User avatar #16 - mayormilkman (05/26/2013) [-]
Happy belated Birthday.
#14 - fefe (05/23/2013) [-]
Alissa??????
User avatar #15 to #14 - tastycrisps (05/23/2013) [-]
no, sorry not my name
#13 - amfxii (05/23/2013) [-]
Happy Birthday!
#12 - fefe (05/23/2013) [-]
This is one of the funniest things I have ever seen on funnyjunk
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