another wanna be Dr Phil.... preach other peoples problems bro!!!My guess is that ever who started this thread is doing drugs themselves & their own kid is in trouble with drugs so they want to attack everyone one else & their children. Mind your own business "Parent" if your such a good parent or is the real problem, your not a good "Parent", that is my guess. I'm probably right & your just jealous of the other parents & your child is jealous of their child, isn't that right ? There are so many parents with this problem & I'm sure your one of them too "Parent".
#21 Jan 19, 2012
#22 Jan 19, 2012
There = Did you see those girl's over there?
Their = The girl's had their hair braided,
They're = They're probably the cutest girls around.
#23 Jan 19, 2012
thanks for the spelling correction miss.. do you think for one second i give a dam# how worried you are over how i spell a word?? you need to go to iknowhowtospell.com . maybe topix can hire you to be there spell checker.. if not shut up or stay off topix... if the best i could do was put up what you did i would just keep my mouth shut... smart a$$
#24 Jan 19, 2012
N to where did i use there at? are you on crack? is it ok with you i wrote out and used N or does that get to you also?
#25 Jan 19, 2012
lmao.....you dont know me either....(because i have all three of my kids safe and sound) and i have no clue who your talking about but this is TOPIX.... so do tell cause it sounds juicy.... lol
#26 Jan 19, 2012
ok so theres 2 ppl using mea as thier name. im changing mine to myeah so im not confused with whoever lost thier kid.....
#27 Sep 4, 2012
Some people think their kids do no wrong. A cup of water gets thrown on your kid accidently, who by the way was grabbing onto the other kids arm that had the water. The kid starts balling like a baby. You mention it to the mom and her response is "oh I don't let them do that" do what? Let someones kid here for 10 hours and come with the attitude that your kids are better than mine. How dare you.
#28 Sep 4, 2012
It's one thing I can't stand is other people who think their kids can do no wrong. What bothers me the most is I know things that your kids have done or said and just haven't told you. Try to let the kids work it out on their own. When ever something happens involving our children is "oh I don't let my kids do that" do what, be kids. Oh, I see their perfect, in a perfect world, with a perfect mother, right? Then don't bring them to my house anymore if you think their perfect and your better than me. That I'm single mom crap only goes so far with me. Leaving your kids at the Boys and Girls club 50 hours a week must expose them to something.
#29 Sep 4, 2012
I know I love fig newtons!! hahah
#30 Sep 15, 2012
To Mitch Anderson your kids suck balls like you do oh ya and my 4 little ones will be owning your kids in the future just an dying bruh
#31 Sep 15, 2012
Meant just an fyi bruh sorry for the confusion lol to moth Anderson's post
#32 Sep 16, 2012
I think many parents are so truly blinded by the love they have for their children that it obstructs their ability to be objective when their childrens behavior needs correcting. Ive said many times opinions are feelings based on personal prejudices. This is a good example of what I mean.
#33 Sep 17, 2012
Gotta love that POS man below:)
#34 Sep 17, 2012
My dad can beat up your dad.
Since: Feb 12
Fort Huachuca, AZ
#35 Sep 17, 2012
Since: Nov 11
#36 Oct 17, 2012
If you're going to correct someone else's grammar, you should know what you're talking about.
Use the apostrophe with contractions. The apostrophe is always placed at the spot where the letter(s) has been removed.
She's a great teacher.
Use the apostrophe to show possession. Place the apostrophe before the s to show singular possession.
one boy's hat
one woman's hat
one actress's hat
one child's hat
Ms. Chang's house
NOTE: Although names ending in s or an s sound are not required to have the second s added in possessive form, it is preferred.
Mr. Jones's golf clubs
Ms. Straus's daughter
Jose Sanchez's artwork
Dr. Hastings's appointment (name is Hastings)
Mrs. Lees's books (name is Lees)
Use the apostrophe where the noun that should follow is implied.
This was his father's, not his, jacket.
To show plural possession, make the noun plural first. Then immediately use the apostrophe.
two boys' hats two women's hats
two actresses' hats
two children's hats
the Changs' house
the Joneses' golf clubs
the Strauses' daughter
the Sanchezes' artwork
the Hastingses' appointment
the Leeses' books
Do not use an apostrophe for the plural of a name.
We visited the Sanchezes in Los Angeles.
The Changs have two cats and a dog.
With a singular compound noun, show possession with 's at the end of the word.
my mother-in-law's hat
If the compound noun is plural, form the plural first and then use the apostrophe.
my two brothers-in-law's hats
Use the apostrophe and s after the second name only if two people possess the same item.
Cesar and Maribel's home is constructed of redwood.
Cesar's and Maribel's job contracts will be renewed next year.
Indicates separate ownership.
Cesar and Maribel's job contracts will be renewed next year.
Indicates joint ownership of more than one contract.
Never use an apostrophe with possessive pronouns: his, hers, its, theirs, ours, yours, whose. They already show possession so they do not require an apostrophe.
This book is hers, not yours.
The only time an apostrophe is used for it's is when it is a contraction for it is or it has.
It's a nice day.
It's your right to refuse the invitation.
It's been great getting to know you.
The plurals for capital letters and numbers used as nouns are not formed with apostrophes.
She consulted with three M.D.s.
She went to three M.D.s' offices.
The apostrophe is needed here to show plural possessive.
She learned her ABCs.
the 1990s not the 1990's
the '90s or the mid-'70s not the '90's or the mid-'70's
She learned her times tables for 6s and 7s.
Use apostrophes with capital letters and numbers when the meaning would be unclear otherwise.
Please dot your i's.
You don't mean is.
Ted couldn't distinguish between his 6's and 0's.
You need to use the apostrophe to indicate the plural of zero or it will look like the word Os. To be consistent within a sentence, you would also use the apostrophe to indicate the plural of 6's.
Use the possessive case in front of a gerund (-ing word).
Alex's skating was a joy to behold.
This does not stop Joan's inspecting of our facilities next Thursday.
If the gerund has a pronoun in front of it, use the possessive form of that pronoun.
I appreciate your inviting me to dinner. I appreciated his working with me to resolve the conflict.
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