Arguing with Mom on Xbox Live

amacgenius

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Aug 3, 2005
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This (keep this in mind as you get towards the end) 9 year old boy was arguing with his mom while playing a game on Xbox live over how he wanted a drink, the whole time he left his headset on, and everybody else in the game could hear him. In the beginning it's kind of funny, but towards the end I would kill this kid with my bare hands.

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SamIchi

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Aug 1, 2004
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Funny, That kids a bitch, and so is his mom for lettin him act that way.
 

Verto

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Jul 20, 2005
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If that was my kid, our household would've been less one Xbox REAL FAST...and possible less on child.
 

2nyRiggz

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Aug 20, 2005
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Thank you Jah...I'm so Blessed
see where im from and he pulled that crap he would have no teeth in his mouth plus he would have to go to school the next day. no time to play around with kids in that situation.
knock em out! learn respect

Bless
 

iGary

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She's already lost control. She might as well hand him over to the cops now.

People are ****ed up at parenting these days.

I would have gotten ripped from the video game, physically thrown in my room, and said video game would be in the trash.

I would have bitch slapped him.
 

clayj

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Jan 14, 2005
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That's just so wrong, in so many ways.

1. No 9 year old should be playing Rainbow Six.
2. ONE instance of backtalk from MY kid and the game unit would be turned off. TWO instances and the game unit would be disconnected for a week. THREE instances and the kid would be grounded for a week.
3. Someone needs to have their mouth washed out with soap. It's one thing for an adult to talk that way, but kids have no business doing it.
4. His mom should be ashamed of her parenting skills. She probably wants to be her son's best FRIEND, not the PARENT she's supposed to be.
5. If I were one of the folks playing him while that was occurring, I'd be submitting very negative feedback on him.
 

Aarow

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Jun 14, 2005
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His voice is annoying!:eek:

But you have got to admit, he is dedicated to his clan.
 

Mord

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Aug 24, 2003
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when i was 9 i opened a can of sonic whoop ass on dr robotnick, that as far as my video game violence went,

when i play on xbox live i dont complain bitch or moan but my dad does occasionally complain about how loud i am when i'm ordering people about, i'm quite the controll freak.
 

thedude110

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Jun 13, 2005
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And people say video games don't increase short term aggression ...

iGary said:
People are ****ed up at parenting these days.
That's what I think everytime I'm in the grocery store.

I often have to call a kid's parents after they do something uncouth during the school day. Too often I hang up the phone and think to myself "Did I just set that kid up to be abused?" Too many parents have no clue what discipline actually means.
 

macmanmatty

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This boy needs either boot camp or military school now!!! This yet another reminder of how parnting has gone to nothing. :(


In my house If I ever talked like that I would have gotten the belting of my life and the video game (and possibly me) would be thrown in the trash.
 

After G

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Aug 27, 2003
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Sad, just sad.

It should be a requirement for parents to take parenting classes. At least give them a guide to parenting so that they don't end up having asses for kids like this one.
 

bartelby

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Jun 16, 2004
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Did I miss hear him or did he start to say something about not being allowed to play after midnight?

If I had a kid and he kept repeating himself like that the xbox would be off and locked away until he'd apologised properly and proved he could be responsible.
 

Diatribe

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Jan 8, 2004
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Back in the motherland
iGary said:
She's already lost control. She might as well hand him over to the cops now.

People are ****ed up at parenting these days.

I would have gotten ripped from the video game, physically thrown in my room, and said video game would be in the trash.

I would have bitch slapped him.
If she would have had the first and foremost type of "control" this wouldn't have happened in the first place... :D
 

iGary

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May 26, 2004
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And clay is right, most parents want to be their kids buddies. Luckily, mos of my sisters do a really good job with their kids, and all the kids are a joy to be around.

Hint: All of my sisters are stay at home moms.
 

yellow

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Oct 21, 2003
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You want some mother****ing chocolate milk? I'll GIVE you some mother****ing chocolate milk.
About as much chocolate milk as an XBox, 1 controller, and Rainbox6 can buy.

That kids going to be a future drain on society..
 
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