By FattestUgliestPerson - 18/01/2014 09:45 - United Kingdom - Manchester
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Not entirely sure why the lack if empathy is funny in this case, but to each their own. I pictured the OPs kid as mid-late teens for some reason... Either way, the mother may just be the only one around, you don't know if they are in a isle alone or not. Regardless, it was a rude thing to say.
Yea, OP should have called her husband out on the joke right away, and told her daughter that she shouldn't do that. Though I do think OP could've prevented this, it's not a complete YDI because her daughter might have done it anyway. That was a pretty cruel joke to make on your daughter and husband's part OP. Sorry.
I was at a hotel by a pool and some lady had huge fart and then moved the chair on the ground to make a sound in hopes that that's what we thought it was
A guy fell asleep during the SAT that I was in. Leaned back in his chair, which was one of those shitty plastic ones attached to the desk. Leaned back a little too far. Launched him face first into the table. As he hit he let out a massive fart. At least he didn't try pinning it on anyone.
She's learning to blame her mistakes on other people, she's gonna do well when she grows up.
Say nothing, stay completely calm, lull her into a false sense of security. Then go home and dutch oven the little brat.
Yep. Punish the kid for doing what her dad told her to do! Best advice ever! No, but seriously. If the kid is young enough, it could very well be OP's husband's fault for even saying that to an impressionable little girl. Ever think the little girl might not even realise that he was joking? Why does everyone expect even the youngest of children to have the mentality of a 40 year old?