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By  DocBastard  |  38

It's terrible having to ask a child to get a job to support his parents. It's worse still asking him to do something humiliating like that. Try to have some understanding, and next time have him get a better job. Like a stripper.

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By  Quikraptor  |  8

When he asks why he no longer has a house to live in, tell him "Conflict of interests." Fyl.

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  AmberL  |  0

He isn't the only family member without a job. For all we know he is a 15 year old going to school. If he doesn't have a place to live the blame doesn't just fall on his shoulders. Who are the parents and who is the kid?

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  saksxalmo  |  20

I don't think that's what that means.

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  ReesieBanana21  |  12

It is just a joke. Jeez! Dat is at 32! Jeez!!

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  oiendoio  |  1

It is not the childs responsibility at any point to support his or her parents. Is it your house? They have to follow your rules? Then it is your fucking responsibility.

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  rlTlk  |  13

Well sounds like it'd be a bad move to kick the kid out if he is the only one capable of earning an income of even a fast food mascot.. Tho apparently not for long. I wonder how much of a fuck up the parents are to have to rely on that. Economy be damned they should never suck from their kid. Maybe if that part time minimum wage job was what the parents were relying on they should be the ones out there doing it instead of complaining they now will have no money when they are the ones not working as well. I mean obviously they lost their jobs first and haven't been productive enough to get a better one than the kid. I could rant more, people like that just piss me off.

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  Quikraptor  |  8

<Implying the father doesn't deserve to be helped by the spawn he raised for approximately 18 years.

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  saksxalmo  |  20

<Implying that the OP is a father despite the fact that it clearly says (woman), also implying that the parents didn't ask for said spawn in the first place, ALSO implying that the son is 18 when he could easily be as young as 16>

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  lucyisbae  |  18

What if the mother was trying as hard as she could to find another job, but needed a bit of help while she was doing that. Also, what if the son was older than 18, and was still living in his parents house, it would make sense that he should help out a bit.

By  sillyjonjon  |  4

Lazy bastard

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  robinhood007  |  9

I wouldn't dance either...people that do that get made fun of all the time. It's sweaty enough already lets just add dancing into the mix. Maybe he was trying his hardest to help but and he honestly couldn't stoop that low, and he shouldn't have to..he's not the parent..

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  oiendoio  |  1

yea and the mother should do some job searching, sorry moms sons are not your husbands and they are not your providers. Also its Shianna of the ghetto get welfare and stfu

By  LaughterofCorn  |  4

Not the brightest sport, is he?

By  DocBastard  |  38

It's terrible having to ask a child to get a job to support his parents. It's worse still asking him to do something humiliating like that. Try to have some understanding, and next time have him get a better job. Like a stripper.

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  tjv3  |  9

Man no wonder this nation is on the express route down the shitter. The kids today would all die if they would have lived during the first great depression. Yes I said first because we are now one the "second great depression" people now a days are a disgrace to their fathers and grandfathers

By  zandalee  |  19

Times are damn hard out there. Almost everyone I know is suffering financial hardship. Don't get down. Important to stay positive & work at getting another job. Good luck.

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