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By NoCookForYou - / Saturday 22 August 2009 06:29 / United States
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  sb825  |  0

its so true. dude that is what happens when u live in the city in the East Coast. it turns your kids (and everyone else) in to little fucking pricks that think they are too good for everyone and that their time is more valuable than everyone elses. and if you have ever lived on the west coast or the midwest, then you know that is true. i live in SD, 7th largest city in the country, 3rd largest on the west coast, and the people here dont even compare to the people in NYC or Phili or DC. you guys need to get that stick up out of ur ass and calm the fuck down....

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  SnowByte  |  0

SO TRUE! I moved down outside of Philly 9 years ago from a small town up in Maine. People down here are absolutely miserable! Everybody seems pissed off and it seems like they are the only ones who matter. I hate living near Philly... and they say it's supposed to be the city of brotherly love. Pah!

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  mylifestoryy  |  6

Thats not true. I am from NYC and I never act like that! I dont even swear! btw Im 19 :D so maybe its just the people you seen I know plenty of nice people from here :D

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  mcnerd85  |  0

FYL. There are assholes in every city in the world, you included. The seventh largest city in the USA is Philadelphia, nothing in SD even makes it on the top 50 list, check your facts. and SD is not part of the west coast, it's not on any 'coast.' it is the midwest. Jesus, good job looking like a hick tool.

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  sillymissme  |  0

Gee, thanks for stereotyping. I live in a city on the east coast and people are pretty nice. I've been to places like San Francisco and not everyone is so great. It's not like New Yorkers are awful either. Sure, there are some unfriendly areas in the city but I visit relatives there, and anyone I've ever met was pretty nice. Maybe you have some bad luck with people, or you're just rude so they're rude back. Stereotypes are disrespectful. Grow up.

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  corystein  |  0

The east coast has nothing to do without. Parents suck all over the country. They barely care about their kids anymore, leave them on their own half the time. Is it any surprise that they turn out to be rude? And the wife..... This guy probably has it rough, I feel for ya.. man

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  elchapin562  |  0

mcnerd85, you are dumb. SD is obviously San Diego, which is of course on the Pacific coast. but man i actually look forward to getting out of Cali, the people here are more materialistic than most other places in the US aside from the Northeast like New York. All the girls here want a dude to have money before they get asked out damn. but the stereotypes are a little true, where you live does affect your personality.

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  gurlgurlgurl  |  0

justr because people living in NY are rich and live the high life doesnt mean theyre snobby. seriously dont judge. im from the upper east side of NY and i hate people always thinking that we're spoiled or stupid or something JUST BECAUSE we're rich.

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  KASHMIR_fml  |  0

ya OP. totally YDI for letting you kid talk like that. In front of you. Ofocurse theres freedom of speech but theres gotta be sometype of respect. tell his bitch ass to chow down cuz there are hungry people that would kill for that food so stop being a picky bastard

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  TommyGentz  |  0

#58 so, wait, you said that sarcastically, cuz i think thata lot of people are nice but if you hit DEEP south except Florida people are plain ignorant And im from NY and were not ALL dicks

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  ndawgg  |  5

1. Where does it say that he lets his son swear? Kids swear even if they're told not to. 2. It's not that you let kids swear, but what they do with those swears that matters.

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  fudrick  |  0

Have you ever stopped to think how fucking stupid "bad words" are? Think about it. They're words that you can't say, but you can say other words that mean the exact same thing. You're saying you'd be mad at the kid because he said "shit," but you wouldn't if he replaced it with "poop" or something?

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  nomadxx7  |  0

Yet George Carlin made a career out of the seven words you can't say on radio or TV. So according to the FCC and other government agencies you shouldn't say such words. Just have your little kiddies say those 7 words in front of grandma/grandpa and count the seconds until they're washing their mouths with soap. May not think it's too harmful but most people I assume would rather not have their children saying the more "vulgar" versions of the words.

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  Rawrimabunny  |  0

Actually even if he didn't say any "bad words" it's still disrespectful and still deserves a smack to the face. And how crappy does this guy's parenting stills have to be to have the kid think that its okay to talk like that. A total YDI for the FML guy for not having the balls to take control of his kid.

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