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People these days are rude!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Parenting & Family' started by ntn1987, Sep 16, 2007.

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  1. Cascarino's Pizzeria

    Cascarino's Pizzeria Member+

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    Give me $50 bucks and I won't turn in my videotape of you videotaping bike seat victims as they're victimized. Everybody wins.
     


  2. StiltonFC

    StiltonFC Viking Pineapple Presents

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    consider it done.
     
  3. frasermc

    frasermc Take your flunky and dangle

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    just out of curiosity how much would say, Stolen Bike Seat Victims Vol1 set me back..?
     
  4. Cascarino's Pizzeria

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    In case anyone's looking for a band name, Stolen Bike Seat Victims Vol. 1 (or SBSV) has already been taken. :)
     


  5. jadger

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    serious? SBSV sounds like something you'd get from a two dollar hooker.
     
  6. Cascarino's Pizzeria

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    Or a groupie at an SBSV show. Makes perfect sense.
     
  7. Forza_Totti

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    Kids will always be kids. There's peer pressure, acting out, problems at home etc. Usually the little 12 year olds that act out are due to some type of attention issue. But they usually grow out of it.
    The other kids that act out are due to improper parenting by their parents. So, anyone who is rude and inconsiderate, are typically due to them not being raised correctly.
     
  8. missforzaroma

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    I agree, most children who act out or who act rude is due to lack of proper parenting. We live in a society were tv, video games, and toys take on the responsiblity of raising our kids. Both parents usually work now and when most parents get home they are tired and usually dont really interact with their kids, so they let their kids get there way so they can relax when they get home. It's easier for parents to let their kids watch tv or play a video game so they get time to relax. But what parents need to do is act like parents. And spend time with their kids and teach them vaules and morals. When ur a parent u have no life or time for yourself. You give yourself 100% to the well being of your kids. It doesn't matter if your tired or you have had a long day, it's your job as a parent to make sure ur child knows from right and wrong and that means spending time with your kids.
     
  9. Forza_Totti

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    Sometimes, adults can become rude at times as well. Whether it's due to stress, frustration etc. I for one, have been rude at times. Usually when i'm hungry and cranky lol. But, everyone can be rude at times...as long as it not on a daily basis, then i think you should be ok.
     
  10. DemiChika

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    Takes one to know one . . .
     
  11. Sydneyartist

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    Try living here and understanding the problems first, before making judgements like that.
     
  12. scarshins

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    but the bigsoccer message board specializes in ill-informed judgments.

    kind of an old thread, no?
     
  13. Sydneyartist

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    whats your vital point here?:rolleyes:
     
  14. royalstilton

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    i know this is just a bit rude, but the interchange between FC Stilton and frasermc back a couple of pages is money.

    what makes this post rude is that you have to click back and look for the referenced posts.

    i probably could have created a link, but i just don't feel like it.
     
  15. Horsehead

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    He is resurrecting some old threads, in this forum at least.... But unfortunately, this is a bit of a dead forum, so maybe it needed this...
     
  17. Cascarino's Pizzeria

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    More rudeness. I coach youth basketball the past couple of yrs and I can't tell you how many times the kids don't show up for a practice/game and I never get a call or email.
     
  18. Val1

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    I think that figures more in the thoughtlessness category than as an example of rudeness...
     
  19. royalstilton

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    i think rude and thoughtless are closely related. if you don't know what you should do or not do, you could be considered rude, but not thoughtless, because you can't think about what you don't know.

    but the main issue is whether a person considers how his behavior will impact others. to neglect that process can be both rude and thoughtless.

    semantics: our friend
     
  20. YankBastard

    YankBastard Na Na Na Na NANANANAAA!

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    Here's a way to calm you kid down. Marley.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gd5yN43TqCk&feature=player_embedded"]YouTube - Baby Bob Marley[/ame]
     
  21. glennaldo_sf

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    hee hee ... that video goes well with your avatar....
     
  22. 'appy Addick

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    I'm English and therefore, I'm never rude to:



    * The Queen;

    * Anybody, generally, from a higher social class than me;

    * Anybody I have been formally introduced to;


    It is acceptable to be rude to:

    * Bloody foreigners (Generally)

    * The socially inferior


    It is obligatory to be rude to the point of offensiveness to:

    * The French.


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  23. AnxietyCoachJohn

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    I think not all people now a days are rude.... you should be careful of the people you are meeting.... God Bless
     
  24. ErichRose000

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    My teen is rude and disrespectful all the time. Not only to me but to others as well. I am still learning on how to handle this behavior but I am hopeful that this isn't a permanent thing.
     
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