Let me introduce you to Walmart’s other vision for America, SAM’s Club – where the quantities are larger and so are the parenting failures.
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Maybe the little fuc*ker deserved it!!!
November 27th, 2012
That’s not even a Sam’s Club. That’s Costco.
How is that a failure in parenting skills? If he was “allowed” to beat that ass I am sure that child would be more obedient.
Not to be picky – but that’s Costco; thus the Costco.com banner on the back wall.
Sometimes ya gotta do what ya gotta do! lol
I don’t know how “wrong ” that really is especially when the child throws a fit and needs to removed post haste.
Introducing “Brat-O-Grip” The new handy way to tote an obnoxious child from a public place. Install the Brat-O-Grip in the childs jacket for best results. Brat-O-Grip also works well to place said obnoxious child in the proper position for the other handy new device…. “Boot-Up-ASS”…… Applied correctly it gets lasting results…… A good swift kick in the ass would teach many of these little terrors in a hurry…..
LOL! I LOVE this picture!
Those arms and legs are pretty relaxed, maybe the kid likes this? My son liked being carried around sorta like this. it was a “ride” to him.
Huh?! I didnt know they sold children there.
My nephews LOVED being carried this way. . . for short distances.
I guess letting your kid run around crazy in the store is good parenting.
I would never carry my kid this way. I’m afraid the zipper would give out, then my kid would fall on her face, and I’d look like a jerk, and she’d probably bust out a tooth, and the dentist charges a fortune.
Can I get a flat bed for this little shit? Do you have quantity discounts? I’ve got this habit you see……………….
rawr rawr monster
OMG! I THINK THIS IS MY COSTCO!!!!!!!! YES!!!!!
Spanking / kicking their ass teaches the kids to be bullies, I made my kids (Now adults & they are good citizens) sit in the corner of the room & stare at the wall, my son’s ears got as red as a tomato cause he was angry & hated to sit in the corner, that was too boring for him, I did the same thing to my grandson & made him read baby nursery rhime books three times over, now, he’s a wonderful 20 year old adult. I didn’t believe in hitting children then & now, there are many other ways to discipline children. The End.
November 28th, 2012
I see no fail here.
This is what you have to do when the little brat won’t listen. The other alternative is what my mother would do to me:
Yell throughout the store “Everyone look at the little crybaby crying because he didn’t get his way. Everyone look!”
It worked for me.
November 29th, 2012
Right, MJ. Time out just doesn’t work with some kids. They’re not called “Strong Willed Children” for nothing. THE END.
Hey Doc, I walked up to a mother and child in Walmart one time where the child was pitching a screaming hissy fit. I stomped my feet and pumped my fists in the air and went “WHHAAAAAA!!!!!! AHHHHH!!!! AAAHHHHH!!!!!…….Then I told the kid “Try that, it works better”…. The mother grabbed the kid by the back of the jacket and ran out of the store with a red face. Until I did that she ignored the kid being a total little asswad.
Bonding with fond childhood memories at Wal-mart.
December 1st, 2012
i love costco!
R. Guy Slater
@ Watertender When you start selling those, I need 5 of them. One in Adult size with an extra sling attachment to use on my wife. One in Large child and 3 in Small Child, all for the GD’s (Grand daughters.) Adult size will be used to haul my wife the hell out of Wally World when she tells me, “I only need two things,” and 45 minutes later, I’m still waiting!
September 10th, 2013