Drinking at high school parties
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Class of 1997

Nicholasville, KY

#22 Nov 18, 2013
Drinkin?? Hell far. Are you kiddin me? At a high school party??? You don't reckon there smoking cigarettes too, do you? Why next thing you know the'll be dancing to rock n roll music!!! And you know what dancing leads to dont you??? Premarital sex. I swear what is the world comin to? I'm glad I grew up in the 90's and not in today's world

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#23 Nov 18, 2013
I just want to say, anytime you see or hear of a designated driver who takes his or her time out to drive, please... don't look down on them, THANK THEM FROM THE BOTTOM OF YOUR HEATS!!! It is such a small price for SAVING SOMEONES LIFE AND SPARE SO MUCH HEARTACHE!!!!!!!!!! Please don't drink and drive.
football mother

Harrodsburg, KY

#24 Nov 19, 2013
You have to let kids grow up. My son is a great football player for the Titans. He has lots of colleges offering him academic scholarships. He is one of the better students in the senior class and his ACT scores are out of this world.

Yes, he drinks at parties and he tells me that he has sneaked vodka into school dances. That is what kids do as they grow up. We taught him to drink sensibly at home so we don't worry.
football mother

Harrodsburg, KY

#25 Nov 19, 2013
Class of 1997 wrote:
Drinkin?? Hell far. Are you kiddin me? At a high school party??? You don't reckon there smoking cigarettes too, do you? Why next thing you know the'll be dancing to rock n roll music!!! And you know what dancing leads to dont you??? Premarital sex. I swear what is the world comin to? I'm glad I grew up in the 90's and not in today's world
Boys are wired to want sex, especially when they have had a drink or two. Mothers should teach their daughters how to handle a boy whose hormones are going wild.

Besides build character and letting normal boys work off normal aggression, football helps boys feel manly without wanting to conquer the nearest female.
Wow

United States

#26 Nov 19, 2013
football mother wrote:
You have to let kids grow up. My son is a great football player for the Titans. He has lots of colleges offering him academic scholarships. He is one of the better students in the senior class and his ACT scores are out of this world.
Yes, he drinks at parties and he tells me that he has sneaked vodka into school dances. That is what kids do as they grow up. We taught him to drink sensibly at home so we don't worry.
You MUST be a teenager. No responsible parent would post this..
football mother

Harrodsburg, KY

#27 Nov 20, 2013
Wow wrote:
<quoted text>You MUST be a teenager. No responsible parent would post this..
I am not a teenager. Parents are worried that their child will grow up too quickly. Kids need room to grow. They will drink. Some will do pot or worse. It is best to teach our kids to do these things in moderation and if they get too drunk or too hung over at a party or a school dance not to try to drive.

My son is very intelligent. His ACC scores are very high. He makes good grades and he has been accepted to several colleges. He has his choice of academic or football scholarships.

He has a girl friend and I expect that his hormones are pushing him toward sex. I have bought protection and taught him how to apply them just in case. Parents need to accept reality and help their kids through high school.

Sports have been very good for my son. He is looking forward to his trip to the Bahamas and I hope that he has a good time. I trust the coaches to give him the same supervision that I would give.
The real football mother

United States

#28 Nov 21, 2013
Yea I agree with wow on this one I also think football mother who is better known as Rebel on here is definetly a teenager! They have taken things I said from a different thread and are commenting on all kinds of threads posing as me. So your right either a teenager or very sad adult who has nothing better to do with their time!! And all because Mercer beat Boyle last Friday!! Haha smh
football mother

Harrodsburg, KY

#29 Nov 22, 2013
People get all bent out of shape over the smallest things. Times have changed. Kids have changed. Kids face challenges that old foggies never faced. Yes, drinking is more common. As a loving mother I try to guide and guard my son. Why not teach him at home? As far as the win over Boyle County. You bet I am proud!

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