Parents letting kids go wild in resta...
Mind your manners

Ardsley, NY

#21 Jun 21, 2012
Spleencage wrote:
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Where do you live that its cleaner ( and safer) outdoors than indoors for bare feet?
It's called etiquette and common sense to wear shoes inside of a restaraunt. Not a germ thing, but having good manners.
Bring back paddling

Charleston, WV

#22 Jun 21, 2012
Today's youth are too spoiled. Should have never taken the power to paddle out of schools. Unruly children need their hind ends whipped and soap in their mouth sometimes. If I were there I might have called out the parents and told then to get their kids under control. I ain't afraid to speak my mind to folks.
A real man

Huntington, WV

#23 Jun 21, 2012
Bring back paddling wrote:
Today's youth are too spoiled. Should have never taken the power to paddle out of schools. Unruly children need their hind ends whipped and soap in their mouth sometimes. If I were there I might have called out the parents and told then to get their kids under control. I ain't afraid to speak my mind to folks.
Sure tough guy.
Keep em quiet

Huntington, WV

#24 Jun 21, 2012
Moms and dads out there, keep your kids under control when you have them out to eat. To you, it might seem like they are having fun but to other patrons they are annoying.
Bring back paddling

Charleston, WV

#25 Jun 21, 2012
A real man wrote:
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Sure tough guy.
I ain't playing games sonny.
Atandt

Ardsley, NY

#26 Jun 21, 2012
It's aggravating when hard working people go out to eat and must endure someone's noisy kids.

Since: Jun 11

Earth

#27 Jun 21, 2012
Little Debbie wrote:
<quoted text>You need to be taught correct grammar and spelling. No offence, but your post was very hard to read.
You probably shouldn't correct others when you have your own spelling issues.

“Often copied, never duplicated”

Since: Nov 11

BelAir, CA

#28 Jun 21, 2012
Mind your manners wrote:
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It's called etiquette and common sense to wear shoes inside of a restaraunt. Not a germ thing, but having good manners.
I agree, but that wasnt the issue.
uscellularoneeig hty

Huntington, WV

#29 Jun 21, 2012
Atandt wrote:
It's aggravating when hard working people go out to eat and must endure someone's noisy kids.
Yes!
Bothered

Huntington, WV

#30 Jun 21, 2012
You should try educating the same unruly children in a classroom.

This generation of parents don't want their children to be unhappy so all the children ever hear is how wonderful they are. Parents aren't doing their children or society any favors by not setting higher expectations for them.
right

Saint Albans, WV

#31 Jun 21, 2012
Bothered wrote:
You should try educating the same unruly children in a classroom.
This generation of parents don't want their children to be unhappy so all the children ever hear is how wonderful they are. Parents aren't doing their children or society any favors by not setting higher expectations for them.
Sooo agree with this comment. I'm not a teacher but parents don't want their kids to ever be disappointed. I don't either but I had plenty of disappointment in my childhood and it probably made me a better person. It hurts me when my kids are let down or don't get something they want such as safety patrol, ensemble or whatever but I explain to them that not everybody can get those things and just try again next time.
grow up

Saint Albans, WV

#32 Jun 21, 2012
Atandt wrote:
It's aggravating when hard working people go out to eat and must endure someone's noisy kids.
Its aggravating when parents gave to endure people that are rude to their children. I don't let me kids act like yard apes but I do let them enjoy their time out to. Restaurants are for all sorts of people. Umm like families that have children. I'm sure these patents are also hard working and would like to enjoy their family dinners without someone griping that the kids are a little loud. If you don't like the loud atmosphere then you might want to eat dinner at home. Restaurants get loud whether there are children or not. I see more adult being loud and obnoxious than the kids
x

Huntington, WV

#33 Jun 21, 2012
grow up wrote:
<quoted text>Its aggravating when parents gave to endure people that are rude to their children. I don't let me kids act like yard apes but I do let them enjoy their time out to. Restaurants are for all sorts of people. Umm like families that have children. I'm sure these patents are also hard working and would like to enjoy their family dinners without someone griping that the kids are a little loud. If you don't like the loud atmosphere then you might want to eat dinner at home. Restaurants get loud whether there are children or not. I see more adult being loud and obnoxious than the kids
I agree
Bothered

Huntington, WV

#34 Jun 21, 2012
I agree with some of the comments from "grow up" but I think the original poster was referring to kids running wild, jumping up and down on the seating, etc. I just think that the majority of parents don't consider the rights of other patrons to enjoy there evening out without having to experience the behavior of out of control kids.
Tru dat

Saint Albans, WV

#35 Jun 21, 2012
How about getting babysitters for the kids?

It's a win for everyone.
nunya

Nashville, TN

#36 Jun 21, 2012
mad about it wrote:
You ignorant parents who let your kids go wild in restaraunts are so clueless.
As a customer, I wish the managers would ask you to leave or tell you that your bratty kids need a spanking.
Watched a toddler today in a restaraunt today that kept jumping up and down in the seat to a booth. Highly annoying that the mom did not bust the kid across the butt for acting so UNSUPERVISED'n
Other loud kids in the place causing distractions as well.
What is wrong with you idiotic parents? I do not want to hear or see your children acting up when I'm trying to eat.
Oh GOD FORBID you criticize someone's parenting. You're not allowed to do that anymore. I guess we will all have to deal with these untrained monkeys wiping our asses, should be fun. Looking forward to my stage 3 decubitus ulcer.
nunya

Nashville, TN

#37 Jun 21, 2012
student wrote:
Anytime kids are acting like that around my table I instantly order shot after shot, then give em a taste of their own medicine
I cuss a lot. Loudly. Speeds the meal up.
nunya

Nashville, TN

#38 Jun 21, 2012
grow up wrote:
If you don't like to see children acting like children stay at home. This world does not revolve around the way you think children should act. Guess what, they are loud, they are a littler hyper at times too. No I don't let mine go crazy and I do discipline mine but I also let them have their own personalities. If they are excited and may be a little too loud for people like you, I'm sure not going to discourage my child from being themselves to make you happy.
So if "being themselves" = drawing art in shit on your living room walls, that's okay with you?
nunya

Nashville, TN

#39 Jun 21, 2012
grow up wrote:
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Its aggravating when parents gave to endure people that are rude to their children. I don't let me kids act like yard apes but I do let them enjoy their time out to. Restaurants are for all sorts of people. Umm like families that have children. I'm sure these patents are also hard working and would like to enjoy their family dinners without someone griping that the kids are a little loud. If you don't like the loud atmosphere then you might want to eat dinner at home. Restaurants get loud whether there are children or not. I see more adult being loud and obnoxious than the kids
Do people often tell you that your kids are a little loud? If so, maybe you should check yourself.
Tru dat

Saint Albans, WV

#40 Jun 21, 2012
nunya wrote:
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So if "being themselves" = drawing art in shit on your living room walls, that's okay with you?
Are in infertile?

Why the hatred against kids?

Retards draw on walls with feces. Haven't known of kids doing the same.

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