underage drinking
concerned citizen

Hondo, TX

#1 Jul 16, 2012
I was at the grad. party this past weekend and I was appalled at all the underage drinking... but even more so I was appalled by how the parents of these kids allow it. As a parent myself I am very disappointed. The laws nowadays are so steep that you are all playing with fire, not to mention what can happen when you get behind the wheel. Wake up parents, think about the future you are preparing your kids for.... they will never grow up to be responsible law abiding citizens. There is enough addiction in the world without you contributing to it at such an early age!!
frankenfool

United States

#2 Jul 16, 2012
if i was the qb hondo would have a state championship and i wouldn't be an alcoholic
concerned citizen

Hondo, TX

#3 Jul 16, 2012
now that's just a stupid thing to say... join someone else's conversation please.
cps
#4 Jul 16, 2012
there was also an after party at a cps employees house...so sad!!!
frankenfool

United States

#5 Jul 16, 2012
the coaches said since my parents didn't have money that i wouldn't be the qb so i started to drink and then i became alcoholic
concerned citizen

Hondo, TX

#6 Jul 16, 2012
I heard about the after party as well. Once again, parents... what are you thinking. You are legally responsible for all those kids and what about the people they could kill while driving drunk??? Start thinking about the consequences.
parent

San Antonio, TX

#7 Jul 17, 2012
I too agree. What's sad is that alot of these kids can be monitored while home but when they go off to college and if their peer pressure gets the better of them, they will drink once away from home. Some kids will remember what was instilled in them about it, but some will be all too ready to experiment and not know their limits and that's also very scary. Drinking has become a very big problem and most kids don't know how to have a good time without it. It's become to them like being a part of growing up. Some parents prefer it's out in the open as opposed to it being done behind their backs which the willing and determined teen will do, irregardless of punishment. I no longer have young kids, but it doesn't get much easier after they're in their twenties. DWI laws are tough and costly and will ruin career goals among other things. If only they could understand that- and maybe they will someday when they're old enough and have their own children to keep them awake at night.
frankenfool

United States

#8 Jul 17, 2012
I have five dui that is why i live in trailer park and is poor got first dui as teen i drank because i should have been the qb
kids

United States

#9 Jul 17, 2012
Oh stfu already
concerned citizen

Hondo, TX

#10 Jul 17, 2012
@parent.....couldn't have said it better myself!! I do have kids at home and I thank the Lord everyday that they have chosen not to drink. But when parents allow it in their presence they are sending a strong message to their kids....time to stop and think what that message should be!!
Who

San Antonio, TX

#11 Jul 17, 2012
Who were the parents???? So I can keep my kids home!!!
lol

Burnet, TX

#12 Jul 23, 2012
state of texas law states that it is perfectly legal for a child to drink in their parents presence. your child is going to grow up fucked up because you kept them so sheltered. teach them not to drink and drive. wait till they go to texas state and you get a call from the San Marcus coroner saying that your child has passed away because you never told them it was ok to drink and stay at the party where they drink. it is you sheltering parents who cut the throats of these children. teach them responsibilty or theyll end up dead.
OMG

Hondo, TX

#13 Jul 23, 2012
@lol...you are absolutely ridiculous!! That is the worst example of parenting I have ever heard.
No wonder your kid is messed up! God help us all!! Responsibility is not teaching your child to drink responsibly.... it's teaching them responsibility. Quite a difference...
As a matter of fact I am a parent of two... I told my kids drinking was not an issue because it was against the law for them to drink until they were 21.. and until then it was not a choice...that's that. IT'S THE LAW PEOPLE!!!! If you want to justify your mistake by calling that sheltered then go ahead. My son is now 23 and still chooses not to drink. OMG< yes, he made it through college without getting smashed and still had fun!! So don't tell me how to parent... I'm just fine (and if you think you are going to respond and tell me that my son probably drinks and i just don't know it... don't bother... I know him.. you don't)
So,,, more power to all us "terrible" parents who "shelter" our kids.
cps
#14 Jul 24, 2012
who were the parents at this party?
poco

United States

#15 Jul 24, 2012
If you don't drink beer you ain't a man you are a sissy.
bla
#16 Jul 24, 2012
some garcia on hwy 173
Unknown

San Antonio, TX

#17 Jul 24, 2012
Ms. Marissa Ybarra and many more!!!!
sepa
#18 Jul 24, 2012
jackie and jessicas parents

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