By Anonymous - United States - Silver Spring

Apple juice, motherfucker

Today, at daycare, a little girl cussed me out because I didn't have any apple juice left. When I called her parents, they sided with her and cussed me out too. My boss refused to sympathize, and reprimanded me for not making sure we still had apple juice. FML
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  Sandman366  |  6

They should quit as they tell the parents their kid is a spoiled brat, and can't get everything they'll ever want. The earlier in life that's taught, the easier it is to get used to at least some disappointment in life.


2, parents were doing worse than nothing about it. They were supporting it and reinforcing the behavior. That child has my sympathies, because it has idiot parents that are setting it up for failure in the future.

Also, OP, FYL.

  johannah1993  |  7

I pay more for childcare monthly than I do for rent, so I would also be pissed if my daughter's daycare didn't provide the service for which I literally work an entire week of the month to pay for...

  chimocho  |  8

70- spanking is illegal here, even done by the parents. I'd be horrified if a teacher did it! And banned as it should be, why should violence ever be used as punishment? Its barbaric and doesn't teach the kid anything. Detentions, extra homework or just a damn good telling off should be plenty of punishment for any kid!

  chimocho  |  8

81- Parents can do what they want as long as its within the law. Teachers however have no right to exercise that kind of punishment on a child! I don't have to have kids to know that.

By  sugarshane007  |  20

What the hell?? This could go either way, depending on if it was your job to monitor grocery items at the daycare. Either way, definitely doesnt deserve the cursing and rudeness shown. Some people shouldnt breed.

  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

I wish when I was in kindergarten we had apple juice. We'd only ever have whole milk or chocolate milk. But some parents swear in front of their kids thinking they won't catch on. Even a 4 year old will start mimicking their parents. Seeing as the parents swore at OP, my guess is they don't try to censor their language in front of their child.

  perdix  |  29

#17, you can like that comment as many times as you want. If you want to thumb it up multiple times, make a bunch of FML accounts and do so. You'd have to really, really like a comment to go through the hassle.

  LiterOfCola  |  16

I've thought about that so many times

I always imagine if a group of people made like 500 accounts, made terrible comments, and thumbed them up 500 times. It would be tumult.

  gc327072  |  29

There's a way to do that with fake-account-making programs called bots, but I'm not computer savvy enough to know how. And it also wouldn't work on my iPhone, unless maybe it was jailbroken, which again I wouldn't know how to do.