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ARGHH, crying babies in public!

f***!!!!

Seriously lady, I'm sitting here trying to get some studying done, but your baby's super sonic cry has been freakin' destroying my eardrums for the last 45 minutes!

Seriously, I think that 5 year old (or however old he is) kid you've got there is spoiled beyond comprehension. I sat here as I saw you offer every-freaking-thing in the shop to him. You picked him up from his stroller, you tried to console him, but no, that damn kid just kept freaking complaining his mouth off.

You offer something to him, he gets quiet, then freaking cries cause he doesn't like what you're offering. Clearly he wanted something from the shelf, but you picked up every single item with no success at calming this little beast the freak down.

Seriously? Are you kidding me? Lady, you have to stop spoiling that kid.

When you left the shop, I could've sworn I could still hear his cry echoing in my head.

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anonymous ranted 7 years, 11 months ago.
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Mmonkey commented on this rant 7 years, 11 months ago.

reminds me when i was young, maybe the kid wants to go on his own.

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Mmonkey commented on this rant 7 years, 11 months ago.

"mom, stop getting things for me, i wants to get them myself"

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anonymous commented on this rant 7 years, 11 months ago.

That was clearly not the case.

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Mmonkey commented on this rant 7 years, 11 months ago.

what would you do in that case? if you'

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DV8-DX-pected commented on this rant 7 years, 10 months ago.

I have to agree with the person who wrote this post. Obviously, this wasn't the case- but as a mom, I understand "not giving in," thereby, refraining from encouraging this type of behavior. However, what I don't understand are those parents who simply ignore their screaming child and continue on with their business. We need to have consideration for those around us. As parents, most of us has built up a tolerance for our children's screaming, but that doesn't mean that those around you have. Some people are extremely sensitive to this and can develop high stress when they're simply trying to do something, such as get their errands done.

It's the parent's responsibility to contain their children. During those times when a child is simply uncontainable, it is their responsibility to remove the child from that enviornment. Sometimes kids get out of control and they work themselves up into such a frenzy that you cannot reason with them. At this point, that child is unable to learn a lesson because chances are, they've reached the point to where they no longer have control of this emotional fit and probably can't even REMEMBER what they began crying about to begin with. This happens with every toddler at one point or another. However, as the parent, the responsibility falls on you to end the chaos by removing the child. Sometimes a change of enviornment is enough to calm the kid down.

Just as a parent is responsible for any damages their kid may do that results in damaged property, a parent should also have that same consideration when they find themselves in this sort of situation.

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anonymous commented on this rant 7 years, 11 months ago.

In general, most babies gets pretty out of control in public places. I feel sorry for the parents that have to deal with that. People should not overreact though in those situations, it's kinda rude and inconsiderate. You should just do your thing and try to not look over the direction the noise is coming from. I'm sure the parents get the point and they know that to do without you showing your annoyance....So, just chill dude! ;)

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anonymous commented on this rant 7 years, 11 months ago.

I'm as chill as a burning monkey in heat.

Needless to say, I'm as un-chill as one can possibly ever hope to become.

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anonymous commented on this rant 7 years, 11 months ago.

Too complex for me to understand....LOL.