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  leogachi  |  15

@26 He's 16 and he's probably seen people glued to their phones for most of his life.

By  Geckosrock99  |  33

This is what happens when parents spoil their kid too much (or choose them as the favorite if multiple kids are involved). They get an unrealistic view of how things work and are generally ignorant of things normal kids their age already know. That's not including attitude problems, as that wasn't mentioned in the FML.

  corky1992  |  33

Not the kids whose parents literally do everything for them. My sister had a friend who barely knew how to work the microwave because her mom literally did everything for's sad.


#18. No it does not, but a child raised to be self-sufficient would know. His parents failed him. I see this all the time in new soldiers. They don't know how to do their own laundry or cook. They don't know how to balance their check book, or how a loan to buy a car works. Her brother is 16 he shouldn't need any more rearing, he should be able to take care of himself.

By  tackblog  |  14

The fact that your son is 16 and does not know how to use a toaster is very reflective of your parenting skills. My parents taught me at age four. YDI.