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  catatonicsleep  |  17

if the baby is really distressed it will cry no matter how much its parents comfort it, for example if the air pressure is hurting its ears then it will cry because it hurts, no number of hugs will make its ears stop hurting...

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  brianjman14  |  22

I don't know what to say, because you didn't know that was her grandson, but also, you shouldn't say that when there's an old lady nearby anyway, because who knows? And to all the people saying "you should've said to her to control her grandson," she can't. Babies will always cry on planes because of the air pressure. Like how we have to pop our ears on planes, babies have to, also, but they don't know how to. So the only way they can do it is if it cries. So the grandmother can't do shit to stop it.

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  Moonstarmist  |  0

Who says they weren't trying to calm the baby? Sometimes they cry for reasons that can't be fixed right then and there, like their ears popping from the air pressure, like someone else already said.

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The only joy and laughter they could possibly bring me is if I could turn them to soup with my bare hands and then feed them to my cats without the cops coming after me. With the hugely overpopulated world, why do people insist on having kids, anyway?

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  brianjman14  |  22

94, that is a brilliant idea. It's because babies can't help but cry on planes. Like when we have to sometimes pop our ears on on flights, babies don't know how to do that, so the only way to do it is if it cries.

By  Sweetest_Cherry  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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Well then some people need to word more wisely, like I had said. She/he could have said "I wish there was a way to shut it up" "Where are the parents?" "This is going to be a long flight" while nodding their head towards the screaming. There are other ways to state your frustration. Maybe 'Horrific" was the wrong wording, but it was 3 in the morning when I wrote that. So here... "That was rude OP."

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  Anaxes  |  5

Gag is nowhere near horrific. Strangling the thing with it's own intestines is. Force feeding it a live grenade is. Covering it with napalm and bringing up the match is. Hacking it to pieces until it is silent is. Picking it up and smashing the window with it until the window breaks and it flies outside is. Curb stomping it until it's a pile of flesh and sinew is. Man I came up with some lovely thoughts there.

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I don't care if I might have cried as a baby, I still don't want to hear a screaming kid. And by the way, my mom never would have let me scream, especially not in public like that.

By  alewiina  |  0

I feel for you, OP. I usually love kids, but if I hear another one screaming uncontrollably on the bus or at work, I am going to kill something. even worse because 90% of the time, parents don't even try to tell them off. some don't even glance down at the kid as it screams loud enough to shatter glass. e_o

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  flirtyfaery  |  7

and "not even looking down at them" is usually a pretty good sign that the parent is probably incredibly embarrassed and is trying hard to hold their shit together and not start screaming and crying along with the child.

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agrees u never give a screaming kid attention or it'll keep doing it if it's a baby check it to make sure its ok but if u have just fed it and changed it then it wants attention and if u give it it'll keep cryin everytime it wants more if it's a toddler and can talk then it can tell u what it wants other wise it's a tantrum and u ignore it if it knows it bothers u it'll use it against u so yea let um scream and buy earplugs

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