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By  infantrygirl  |  0

You're 17, get over it. Here's the deal: until you get your own place, whatever your parents say goes. His house, his rules. And don't bitch that it "isn't fair." Cause it is. You're not paying rent, I'll assume. And I doubt you're paying for anything else. So, yeah. Until you start contributing, it is fair for your dad to set a curfew or any other rules he may deem necessary.

By  samisalsa  |  0

Did you guys read the first line about parental controls? The 11PM curfew is on the computer, not for staying out. (And is kind of ridiculous btw.) Chillax people.

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  billyz77  |  24

You have a legitimate complaint, #5, but OP is still a minor and can complain as loud as they want and it won't matter. Minor's have no rights in our society. Bummer.

By  infantrygirl  |  0

You're 17, get over it. Here's the deal: until you get your own place, whatever your parents say goes. His house, his rules. And don't bitch that it "isn't fair." Cause it is. You're not paying rent, I'll assume. And I doubt you're paying for anything else. So, yeah. Until you start contributing, it is fair for your dad to set a curfew or any other rules he may deem necessary.

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  ndb703  |  2

I agree #8 except you say "until you get your own place"? huh I have my own place and still have a curfew. my mother calls me every night at 11:01 to make sure I'm home. lol. FML. but good speech. truth.

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  chaoticnh  |  0

You little speech is exactly why teenagers rebel and generally don't give a f*ck what their parents say and do they things they want with or without their parents permission. If there was some leeway or compromising there, I would be different.

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  VeganVampyre  |  26

Well I'm 19, I DO pay rent, and my curfew is ten pm. Plus I'm only allowed to go out a few times a week because I have a ton of chores to do, and I have to be home at 6 every day to feed and walk my mother's dog. So how is that fair?

By  MCart_fml  |  0

You'll get the last laugh when you go off to college and over compensate by staying out all night doing debaucherous things because you were too restricted at home. There's something to be said for a little bit of leeway to let a kid learn responsibility before dumping them in the shark tank when they turn 18.

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  RenoTheRhino  |  29

MCart, that is so true. I know this kid with really strict parents. He's really polite and quiet at home, but he's a douche bag at school. When a kid can't do anything with their parents around, they release all their frustration and energy later in life.

By  infantrygirl  |  0

No, we're saying it because she's still a child, living under her father's roof. I have no sympathy for a 17-year-old brat who thinks she needs to stay out all night. I never stayed out late until I turned 18 (aka, legal adult) and graduated high school.

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  chaoticnh  |  0

I hate comments like "still a child", children are 12 and below. There is a coming of age process known as being a teenager. A child doesn't have a 1 year to decide what they are going to do with their lives, a child can't drive, or get a job.

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  NotDave  |  0

Calm your tits with this "I'M PRETTY MUCH AN ADULT" shit. I was done with that when I was 12. I'm 16 and I understand that a curfew makes a lot of sense. Grow up, bro.

By  samisalsa  |  0

Did you guys read the first line about parental controls? The 11PM curfew is on the computer, not for staying out. (And is kind of ridiculous btw.) Chillax people.

By  deer_fml  |  0

I disagree with all the angry comments. If you didn't go out until you were a legal adult, that was your choice. In a lot of places, the nightlife doesn't really get started until later. A lot of my friends go out to dinner at 10 but I can't go because I have an 11 PM curfew too. It sucks. Of course there are worse things, there always are, but it's still frustrating.

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