By mommylovesu - 15/03/2011 02:25 - United States
By mommylovesu - 15/03/2011 02:25 - United States
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#89: Both fish and fishes CAN be correct. Fish refers to one fish or more than one of the same type of fish, e.g. "There were ten salmon" can be said as "There were ten fish," whereas fishes refers to more than one and of different types, e.g. "There were three salmon and seven mackerels" could also be said as "There were ten fishes." I'm not totally sure, but in the context Lustuu used it in, I think that either fish or fishes would work. There is more than one type of fish in the ocean, so fishes would be proper, but one could also refer collectively to every fish in the ocean as one group.
actually its fish not fishes fishes refers to someone fishing like "the guy fishes off the side of the pier everyday" not "the guy fish off the side of the pier everyday" just like theres plenty of fish in the sea not plenty of fishes in the sea also there a diffrence between a swimsuit and underwear just like theres two piece and one piece underwear you don't know which ones she wears so you fail also fyl op.
The amount of morons here is catastrophic. Running out of your house in underwear, in front of a busload of kiddies and some adults, would have HUGE consequences. Problems with the school, ostracism, kids picking on the daughter, parents saying disgusting things about the mom behind her back, the children then happily and cruelly repeating all those things to the little girl over and over again, saying that her mom "is a slut" and other garbage. Society is like that. Disgusting, stupid, cruel and unfair. It doesn't matter that underwear hides as much as swimsuits. What matters is, people WILL destroy your life for fun if you give them any excuse for it. The mother not running out is not just to protect herself. There would be very unpleasant consequences for the little girl if the sheep out there were to assume her mom is "different" from the norm, by running outside in underwear. You may have youthful idealistic ideas about it not being the case, but sooner or later you'll grow up and find out that society can be horribly cruel to anyone viewed as "not the norm". Or to the helpless children of anyone viewed that way. Besides, it's not like anyone ever died from crying a bit. The kid will just learn to stop being like that, she only tripped, it's not the end of the world. The mom could have tossed on a robe and ran out, but even that is not really necessary. Lastly, it's scary to see how many people failed to understand that when you're getting picked up by the bus, you're leaving from your home, not by car!
Also, exposing yourself in underwear in the street, especially in front of a bunch of kids, can get you in trouble with the law and possibly even land you in jail if someone reports it to the police. If the police receives the complaint, they are forced to investigate and uphold the law, even if it's unfair. These days, the justice system is very often abused, serving very often not to condemn real criminals but merely to pursue nonsensical cases against otherwise law-abiding citizens. This can easily ruin someone's life, regardless of them being innocent. If the person is condemned, regardless of her having ran out with good intentions to help her daughter, she will have lots of trouble. And she will be stripped of much of her civil rights, for years, maybe even for her whole life. Is it worth to lose your freedom for something so stupid? All it takes is a prudish and angry-with-the-world bus driver to call the cops and the person's whole life as a law-abiding citizen can be screwed...
A lot of buses that pick-up kids that young will stop in front of their houses. What would be the point of walking her to the bus stop if the bus stop is at the end of their driveway. Also, the OP may have walked her daughter out the first few days of school and is now allowing her to have a bit of independence. There are many children who appreciate this because it makes them feel like a grown-up.
I refer to it as being in my underwear if I'm wearing an oversize T-shirt and nothing else or even if I"m just wearing a normal t-shirt and a pair of underwear. The OP might be the same way. In either case it's not really horrible for your own children to see you that way but some of the other parent's might complain if their children see you that way.
you did the right thing op, if you would've ran or you could be charged with public indecency And endangering the welfare of a child. not to mention plenty of parents would be upset that their child saw a basically naked woman. unless your daughter was seriously injured, you did the right thing.
"Today, the bus came to pick up my daughter to take her to kindergarten. " The kid didn't come home, the kid was leaving for school. There are a lot of parents who will walk around in t-shirts and their underwear around the house. It's not going to traumatize the kid. My dad used to walk around the house with just a blanket wrapped around his waist and it didn't traumatize me. The only way this might actually be a bit disturbing is if mom is walking around in a bustier and a lace thong.
WTF is wrong with you?!
Why didnt you just run out anyway?