My girlfriends parents let slip last week that she was a leash baby... The ones you love always hurt you the most.
@BennMann, Hey, if you're lucky she kept a liking for collars and leashes
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@Angelsupreme, Dear god...
@BennMann, sooooooo are you going to find out? (jk you don't have to lol)
@BennMann, yes you do.
Out of curiosity for those who hate leashes, what alternative would you propose for the children who are actually mentally deficient? Ones that you could beat them until their legs break and they still wont learn to not run off? Is it better to medicate them to be a zombie than to give them one of those fulffy backpack leashes?
@T3hHappyEmo, Let them run off and hope they don't get returned so you can try again on the next kid.
If gay guys adopt a child do they call it buying it from a breeder?
I think a lot of kids would benefit from being on a choke collar ... or shock collar. “Put that Tide pod down. Put it down!” ZZZAAAPPPP!!!!!!!!!!
I was a leash kid and i fully get why they exist. My mom would take me and my twin brother out and would leash us if my dad was at work. People would confront her and ask why treat us like dogs and her response was if me and my brother would run in opposite directions who does she chase after.
Wait.. is that the way to spell sicc? Like “Sicc em boy!”
@TheSlimPWNR, I actually think it is since sick em just sounds like get them sick
@TheSlimPWNR, yep that's correct. Siccing is a verb that means to attack.
@jayne cobb, oh I just thought he was a crip
Whenever I see someone with their kid on a leash, I lose all of my respect for them, even if I no nothing else about their personality
@K1l, "You don't know how hard it is to keep a toddler by your side and this let's them wander within reason"
No. It's called keep your eye on your kid and if they are doing something they aren't supposed to, they get to stand and hold your hand and do nothing
@Salem, I've never put either one of my kids on a leash, but I get it. I've been tempted many times and there's times that I should have. I used to judge those people until my kids hit the toddler stage.
@Salem, I frequently supervise field trips of actual juvenile delinquents who want to fight, fück, or steal everything they see. If I can manage a group of these criminals by myself in crowded public areas and EVERYONE walks away safe, happy, and healthy, YOU CAN MANAGE YOUR TODDLER WITHOUT A LEASH
@K1l, my litter brother is incredibly hyper active and also mentally disabled so taking him anywhere is near impossible since he runs away the first chance he gets and has no sense of danger. I watched him run naked into the middle of a busy street cause my mom took her eyes off him to get a diaper. He also tried walking right off a dock that was at least 10 feet above the water. There are so many stupidly dangerous things he’ll do that I’m constantly worried. He needs a leash or else he’ll get himself killed. For most parents leash’s are the only way to keep their child within range and it’s not because they’re bad or lazy parents.
@Murderous Milkman, I’ve never thought of it that way, it makes sense. I think it’s just that in my experience, most people I’ve known personally that put their kids on leashes are lazy parents who just don’t care to pay attention to their kids in public. I’ve known a lot of these types because my mom owns a daycare and over the years I’ve noticed that most of the kids were fine, but their parents were just lazy. Thanks for giving me another perspective though, I understand it more.