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Conversation Between Pink Mommy and Blade_of_darkness

Conversation Between Pink Mommy and Blade_of_darkness
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  1. Blade_of_darkness
    February 10th, 2013 7:50 AM
    Have you ever watch "Beyond Scared Straight?"
  2. Blade_of_darkness
    February 3rd, 2013 11:15 AM
    & I believe that the worms should devour their bones. I don't blame you for sounding like a witch hunter.

    They really should ask themselves these questions: Can I support the child at hand? Am I able to devote the time to supervise them? Will I be able to stay tough with them when they do wrong? If any of these answers are a "no," then they won't cut it as a parent.

    The unfortunate thing is, once they decide to keep the child, nobody can stop them, & nobody, not even the government, can take their newborn child away from them.
  3. Pink Mommy
    February 3rd, 2013 11:05 AM
    Pink Mommy
    I couldn't have said it better.

    Which is even worse is that with all the birth control products they sell, they still go and make the same mistake everyone else makes.

    I mean, I'm a proud abstinence supporter, and even though I can't expect everyone to think the same way, they could AT least have an ounce of sanity in them to prevent disgrace.

    And you know what bothers me the most? Abortion...

    They think "Oh, I'm too young to have a baby anyways, I should just shred it to piceces and kill it before he even gets a chance to open its eyes, that way it won't ruin my life" And then when you try to confront them, their answer is "Well, its my body, grow up and stop messin with my life. I can do what I want."

    They are so selfish that they will even consider murdering an innocent baby instead of just being a bit more responsible. They even turn down the concept of abortion because "Giving birth hurts". I suppose having that think between your legs didn't hurt at all , then?

    They should all just... I sound like a witch hunter, but they should be burned at the stake.
  4. Blade_of_darkness
    February 3rd, 2013 10:56 AM
    Frustrating, isn't it, Vianey?

    The reason why people are having children willy-nilly is that they just can't have enough sex in their lives. They don't give a damn about the consequences about it - all they want is the high that sex brings. It's even worse than those hard drugs, as the hormones that the brain produces whenever someone has sex have the strength of goddamn Atlas! The same can be said when they have a child, & those same hormones drives them to keep their child, even through the most dismal of situations.

    To put it bluntly, they think with their heads in between their legs (or above their pelvis for the women,) & not with the head that's on their shoulders.
  5. Pink Mommy
    February 3rd, 2013 10:37 AM
    Pink Mommy

    Parents come here and drop their children 1 hour before their class starts, then pick them up about 1 hour later to avoid taking care of them. They don't even step inside the school to pick them up, they simply honk their horn to send the kid rushing out and into their veicles.

    These kind of kids almost always have low grades, which gets worse because we NEVER see their parents and they never answer the phone calls and voice mails we leave telling them that we need to talk about their kids.

    WHEN the kid fails, now that's when they finaly show signs of being alive, and they come here yelling at everyone and for anything, complaining that their kids failed and they were never informed of the fact that he/she was having low grades.

    I mean... really? What I do is save all the e-mail and voice mails, so that they can't say they weren't warned. We provide the academic education, but the formative one is provided at home. We CANNOT, though we might try, play the role that corresponds to the parents.

    It also comes down to the fact that many of these so called "Parents" are too young. They aren't mature enough to hold stable jobs or relationships, much less raise a baby. That's why our society grows this way.

    I was raised by a normal family with great social beliefs, and even though my parents split up when I was 13 and I was left to wander the world on my own and basically raise myself, I kept all the good teachings with me.

    Instead of quitting school, I graduated with the highest grades because I figured that if no one was going to care, at least I would. My degree is to show my so called father that, he was right, I didn't really need him.
    I got a job to provide for myself because my aging mother, who suffers from Diabetes was working far away and I didn't want to be a pain for her and now, I have a great job, I can provide for my mother, she will never again have to lift a finger if she doesn't want to and, sadly, I could even provide for my fater if he let me.

    Heck, I could even provide for a family of 3.

    And nowadays I see children yelling at their parents and even hitting them. Being 25 years old and without a job, forcing their already tired parents to work when they should have retired. Dropping out of school just for the sake of it and getting pregnant at the age of 13. Drunk driving, drug dealing and God knows what else... if they'd had parents like mine, even for a brief moment, they would have some sense into them.
  6. Blade_of_darkness
    February 3rd, 2013 10:12 AM
    Now, here's my wall of text, Vianey.

    You'd like to know why the next generation has no discipline? It's because a lot of those "parents" see it as abuse. It's not! Like I said, they're becoming too soft on their children, either that, or they're blind as to what their children are becoming. Or... they are just downright lazy or neglectful. Why neglectful? Some of these parents won't even take the time to raise their children, at least until they get enrolled in school. They often see this sort of thing as more of a waiting game, & it isn't. They're the type of people that leave their children at the hands of strangers, & by strangers, I mean anyone that works at a daycare. Daycares shouldn't be relied upon to raise a child outright, as once they start growing up, they're going to start a lot of friction with their parents.

    You see, Vianey, their parents haven't established any form of authority over their children, as they would rather work at their jobs rather than to care for them past their infancy. There should always be at least one parent with them at all times. One can be the caretaker for them while the other works at their job, & once the other parent gets back home, the other one is free to go to their place of employment. It's the old switcheroo, here.

    & hey, it's possible that some of those children can have drugs in their blood. I believe that, as I think that all the drug lords in this planet have the entire human population in a stranglehold. It's very possible that the products from the entire fast food chain are all laced with traces of hard drugs, like cocaine, at least that's what I believe. They're out of control, & the authorities need to step it up greatly, if the human race ever hopes on eradicating hard drugs for good.

    Now, as for the teachers at public schools, only one thing comes to my mind: greed. They all want money for nothing - they don't want to work for it.
  7. Blade_of_darkness
    January 31st, 2013 2:53 PM
    Ain't that the truth.

    I'd talk more, but it's dinnertime for me. I'll talk more when I'm finished.
  8. Pink Mommy
    January 31st, 2013 2:44 PM
    Pink Mommy
    I agree with that. And even though I'm 1000% against child abuse (child abusers and rapists shall burn in hell!), I believe pulling at their ears from time to time would be of some benefit.
    Nowadays children have more heroin and weed in their blood than sugar. Their minds are full of the filth of the internet and even the cartoons designed for them use a freak lot of double meaning.
    It should be no surprise that society is rotting. Their partents should help them know better.
    And the worst of it all, is that this decaying generation will raise the next one, and it will continue like that untill our children are more of a pest than a blessing.
    It really is saddening.
    Everyday I get up not only to earn my paycheck, but also to help society. I want to do my part and try to fix the few young students that I have so that I will follow the good way of life. Knowledge will help them, I'm sure of that.
    I just wished our public school teachers worked half as much as we do instead of going on strike every time they feel like it.
    They complain about everything, even though they work half as much as we do and get paid more that twice.

    As I said, society is decaying.
  9. Blade_of_darkness
    January 31st, 2013 11:55 AM
    It also comes down to how good or bad their parents are. I believe that quite a few of them are too soft towards their children. They can't be like that, otherwise they most likely will have no discipline, as well as not knowing right from wrong.

    That's the sort of thing that can make a criminal.
  10. Pink Mommy
    January 31st, 2013 10:38 AM
    Pink Mommy
    Yeah, you're right. Wether we like it or not, it all comes down to the education they get.
  11. Blade_of_darkness
    January 29th, 2013 6:46 PM
    That's pretty surprising.

    I just feel that the current generation of children are getting more & more... rebellious, for a lack of a better term. Thank god you don't have to deal with them...
  12. Pink Mommy
    January 29th, 2013 6:39 PM
    Pink Mommy
    Is there something you needed to know?
  13. Pink Mommy
    January 29th, 2013 6:38 PM
    Pink Mommy
    Not children, sir. I teach adults and young adults in a privet EFL school.
  14. Blade_of_darkness
    January 29th, 2013 6:01 PM
    Seeing that you're a teacher, let me ask you this. What kind of children do you deal with in your occupation?
  15. Pink Mommy
    January 13th, 2013 7:43 PM
    Pink Mommy
    That's my real name.

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