By sayroshi - 30/06/2016 18:29 - United States

Today, my 3-year-old son decided to pull down his pants and pee outside as our local city's parade had just started marching down the street. FML
I agree, your life sucks 10 401
You deserved it 1 326

Same thing different taste

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Boys be boys. We like to pee in strange places.

epicgamer 18

Is you like to pee everywhere you have some problems.....

"THIS is what I think of your parade!"

The literal definition of raining on someone's parade

That comment goes way too well with that picture #2.

Well thank you kind human. This picture was taken a few years ago, but I don't leave the house much because most people think I'm a freak.

This is why parents need to discipline your children. If i had pulled this crap when i was a kid, my parents would reward me, by letting me pick what to get hit with. I always chose the broom.

Obviously you're not a parent. Just wait and see what your children will do ... They aren't little robots that do everything you say.

Im not but my parents raised me right. They disciplined me when i was bad and rewarded me when i was good. You dont just give in and spoil your children, thats why this new generation of kids is so f'ed up. For example, look at that Jacob Sartorious kid.

Because you're supposed to assault first and explain later. (Sarcasm.) A *3*-year-old will usually do things like that because they don't know any better, not because they are deliberately misbehaving.

#8: That's abuse, really, and is linked to several menta disorders.

Children are not robots, they're not going to listen automatically to everything a parent says. They are human beings too. Littler ones don't know any better, especially for a 3 year old.

First of all, this child is 3, they're pretty rambunctious at that age because they're just discovering themselves and all this stuff they can do, and don't know proper etiquette or self control, especially since the part of their brains that controls these things are nowhere near developed yet. Jacob Sartoriois, ah yes, because one 13yr old YouTube star, who just happened to be born in this era, clearly represents the entire generation. Does Charles Manson represent the entire Baby Boomer generation? Damn, if one person indicates the behavior of everyone, I need to stay away from my grandma, cause apparently my 4'11, sweet, 70yr old grandma who has never hurt a fly is a manipulative serial killer. Picking the worst and saying "this is what this generation is like," is misleading and inaccurate. Stop acting like this generation is worse, it isn't, and stats show it. They're the same, curious, developing, children, just like previous generations, the only difference is media is so accessible now that we see their screw ups and flaws a lot more, nothing can be hidden. This generation does receive punishments, just instead of jumping right to a beating or a smack, parents explain and teach them first, so they learn and develop an understanding. Adults want explanations for rules, why do you think this would be ANY different for curious, learning children? Then, if needed, discipline is given later or if the behavior continues, which stats show works 10x better than physical punishment. Hitting an adult is assault, but hitting a child, who is half your size, age, and has an undeveloped mind, that's somehow perfectly acceptable, do you know how ****** up that is? Oh you can't hit this grown, capable, equal adult, but that smaller, weaker child who you have immense control over, yeah go for it, this mindset disgusts me.

nesteremily 31

To pee or not to pee? That is the question.

nesteremily 31

That went right over your head. *Here we see who skipped 9th grade English.*

He's three ... Things get mixed up when kids are three. Explain to him why that is not acceptable and don't be too hard on him for it. be fair, he is freaking 3 years old, and probably has no clue what he's doing. He's just draining the main vein at his leisure. It's up to you, the parent, to guide him...

This is taking "raining on your parade" to a whole new level

Teach him he can't be doing that out in public! Our 3 y/o asks if there's a potty around, and will tell us if he needs to go! Just start teaching now!