By pda - United States - Short Hills
Today, I was at an amusement park with my kids, when a girl in line next to us slipped a hand down her boyfriend's pants and started groping him. I politely asked her to stop, to which she snorted, "Why? Your kids've gotta learn the birds and bees somehow." FML
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By  B5B0N35  |  18

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  B5B0N35  |  18

I know i am but i dont do all this kind of things

  piff7  |  14

@38 Neither do most of us. It's just the fact that the kids that are causing this generation to get a bad reputation get the highlights. Nobody complains if someone does something good, so nobody is told about it. When kids are bad people hear about it. I wouldn't say our generation is bad. It's the fact that there are kids out there that are bad that make the generation bad. You seem to be one of the ignorant people that add to it being bad at least a little bit from what I can tell.

  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

I'm not saying full out haymaker the son of a bitch, I mean a tap on the back of the head. If you're just going to stand there and let people do shit like that in front of your children, you aren't setting much of an example either. Sure, OP could have walked away, which would be the best option, but standing there letting them get away with such a lewd act is ridiculous.

  Zebediabolical  |  38

You'll still be teaching the kids it's ok to slap someone they don't know. Depending on their ages they may not understand proportional violence. And depending on the person you slap you may be inviting a haymaker in return.

Now I'm not saying let it go or walk away, but it is almost never ok to lay hands on another person without their consent or a warrant. Call them out on it, sure. Call security or publicly shame them. But a physical assault of any sort in front of children? Just as wrong as the public groping that incited it.

  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

Everyone handles certain situations differently. As you and I both have completely different ideas. From how they reacted to OP politely asking them to stop, it seems like they wouldn't be too ashamed when security comes through. I don't think you understand what I meant by tap. Have you ever had someone tap you on the shoulder to get your attention? If someone would start a brawl over that then they rightly deserve an ass kicking, especially if you have your children in tow. I don't have kids, so I can't speak from experience, but shit like that shouldn't go unnoticed. OP asked once, he really shouldn't have to ask again.

By  Neilish  |  15

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  ShyAnn29  |  14

37, just because it was her boyfriend, doesn't mean he gives her permission to grope him whenever she feels like it. I think that's what #35 means.

Edit: Oops sorry, I didn't read 35's comment correctly

  Ameel_fml  |  19

Whoops. No, I did mis-read it. I thought the fml said the girl did it to the OP's boyfriend.

Still, that's gross and bizarre, and it boggles my mind that people think it's ok to do those sorts of things in public. D:

  Mshrodes  |  13

He's trying to communicate...
Here's my interpretation : he thinks that OP should have left the line and come back later. And thus hopes the line before him was long so he wouldn't be "missing" the chance anyway.

By  Caitie_kid  |  8

He should have just called everyone's attention to them, perhaps they would have then felt embarrassed or someone would have physically made them stop. F*cking pervs. Who does that kind of shit in front of someone's kids!?!?