By hannaslifesucks - / Sunday 24 June 2012 18:41 / Norway - Kleppe
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  xoconnie  |  8

I feel pretty bad for the kid. His mother is obviously a fail. FYL for having to deal with her, but F the kids life even more for being stuck with her 24/7 :(

  egc573  |  40

I don't know about parent of the year, but this would definitely fit in on Not Always Right. And in the spirit of that website, I really hope that the OP didn't back down.

  bubbly31  |  0

You know 3 the kid might be better of living in the store stuck forever than at home being raised by a women who takes a can of beer on her shopping trip

  CoconutOil  |  7

It's not the poor's kid's fault! I think kids shouldn't be mixed in adult's pathetic problem! The mom however, she deserve a nice smack in the face with a dust pan!

  Mommyof2_91  |  10

I can't stand when parents blame their shitty parenting on other people. Since your grown up enough to bring a child into the world, take responsibly when you f*** up.

By  emmama19  |  15

Ouch, fuck the kids life even though he deserved it. I feel for you OP, the child is her responsibility not yours, looks like you had two kids in the store to look after... Only one should be big enough to handle herself before handling a kid.

  egc573  |  40

It isn't her (OP's) fault at all. The mother's just one of those people who thinks she can treat employees anyway she wants because she's a customer.

  brackaman  |  18

Believe me I know. I work in an airport and got yelled at by a kids mom for touching her kid. I pulled her 3 year old out of an active xray machine because she was too busy talking on her phone to notice her child leaving.


Today, I went to the restaurant I recently got a job at, to take the introductory three hour training course. Afterwards, I was told I wasn't hired after all. Why? The girl I was replacing suddenly decided she didn't want to move away and quit after all. FML

By nightfall8705 - / Friday 19 June 2015 18:26 / United States
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