Sometimes parents want to be 'relatable' and 'cool', so they use meme references and words like 'lit' but these things don't cut it. All these desperate attempts do is just embarrass their kids. However, if they try something really ridiculous, it brings them even more shame. They end up on the subreddit /r/InsaneParents.

The online community describes itself as "a weird place where you can post those crazy parents who post in those woo-woo anti-vax groups on Facebook and do things harmful (directly and indirectly) to their children. We want to be a place where people can come and both get support and laugh. So this sub is a mixture of both the heartbreaking and the hilarious. Come and join us. Especially if you have your own stories to tell or your own social media content to post." Below you will find some of their most popular posts.

#1

My Mother Dearest, Whom My Sister And I Just Let Back Into Our Lives, Talking To My Sister About Her Daughter (My Niece). Behold The Kind Of Person She Is

My Mother Dearest, Whom My Sister And I Just Let Back Into Our Lives, Talking To My Sister About Her Daughter (My Niece). Behold The Kind Of Person She Is

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deanna woods
Community Member
2 months ago

Your sister has the right answer. Your mom is a piece of work. You never call children names.

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Bored Panda has already published two posts about the subreddit (here and here) but it looks like there's no shortage of insane moms and dads; people keep posting more and more parenting horror stories. Even though the subreddit was created relatively recently, in 2017, it already unites over 1.2 million members, with thousands online at any given moment. 

It's normal for parents and their kids to have different views and opinions. In fact, they can be used for growth, too. Vicki Broadbent, founder of Honest Mum and author of Mumboss, is one of those parents who are open to learning from their children as much as they want to teach them. "They've taught me a lot from feeling more confident when I've been trolled online, to how to create a TikTok video!" she told Bored Panda. "My kids aged 10 and 8 respectively are both creative, empathetic, resilient, and strong-willed little humans. We base our relationships on open conversations and trust. I think the art of listening has been lost somewhat, and rather than being didactic as a parent, we need to practice listening more (and really hearing) to others' points of view, before sharing our own views.

#2

Guilty Has Punished

Guilty Has Punished

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S.
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2 months ago

93% is a really great score, though! I'm proud of the daughter.

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Broadbent acknowledges that parents have the responsibility to inform, protect, and guide their kids, however, she thinks that children who feel endlessly chastised and forced to conform will do the complete opposite. "You have more chance of persuading your children to do the right thing if you are calm in the way you present your opinions."

"Encouraging children to talk to you honestly without judgement means they will always come to you when they're in trouble. It's also healthy they learn that no one will ever always agree with one another. Another lost art is that of debating!"

When Rebekah Tayebi, a clinical therapist and family coach, looks at toxic family systems, one thing that becomes really evident to her is seeing that the children are more attuned to the needs of the parents. That means, the typical parent-child relationship is inverted and there's confusion about what appropriate boundaries should be in place.

"The hard part for children in these environments is that which is like so many of us, is that we might start to mirror the dysfunction that we're seeing," Tayebi said. That's the reason why it's so important to start to catch negative patterns in the moment and try to eradicate them.

#3

I Feel Like This Applies A Lot For The Parents On Here

I Feel Like This Applies A Lot For The Parents On Here

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Bardhi's Dad
Community Member
2 months ago

Exact!

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"Parenting is hard, there's no manual, we're all simply trying to navigate our children through choppy waters and this ever challenging life to be kind and strong," Broadbent concluded. "We also want them to have fun. Childhood is precious. I also think showing my own children my own vulnerabilities has encouraged greater empathy in them and they've understood early on that I'm a real human being not a womb on legs."

What some parents apparently forget is that they need their kids just as much as their little ones need them. When Broadbent had a big operation on her thyroid, for example, she was amazed to find just how much her children can support her during a difficult time.

I don't know, maybe some of the parent-child relationships we see on r/InsaneParents are beyond saving. But I hope they can at least act as a reminder for the rest of us to cherish ours. 

#4

I Decided To Finally Go Vaccinated Behind My Anti-Vax Parent's Back!

I Decided To Finally Go Vaccinated Behind My Anti-Vax Parent's Back!

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Yibo Wang
Community Member
2 months ago

Well, in my home country, some of the vaccines are composary, whether you like it or not.

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#5

Insane Parents

Insane Parents

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Banjo Peppers
Community Member
2 months ago

All of those are actually pretty good job skills.

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#6

Should've Stayed At Home

Should've Stayed At Home

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actaully...nevermind
Community Member
2 months ago

Yeah and school was because i was born too dumb...SoRrY eVeRyOnE

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#7

Essential Oils Don’t Work

Essential Oils Don’t Work

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Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
2 months ago

Those people should be charged with murder, manslaughter or child endangerment (whatever it comes under).

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#8

An Insane Mom

An Insane Mom

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RaroaRaroa
Community Member
2 months ago

Wow.

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#9

Insane Parents

Insane Parents

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Vanta Black
Community Member
2 months ago

What a psycho! To Hell with going to church!

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#10

Father Tries To Say He Put Me Through College. My 1k Monthly Loan Payments Say Otherwise

Father Tries To Say He Put Me Through College. My 1k Monthly Loan Payments Say Otherwise

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Boopie Dew
Community Member
2 months ago

Yup, sounds like something my ex did. My grown daughter called him out infront of everyone he knows. It was awesome. He didn't want to be a part of her life not the other way around.

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#11

Insane Parents

Insane Parents

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Soap
Community Member
2 months ago

No Words.

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#12

Oh Yes They Will...

Oh Yes They Will...

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Boopie Dew
Community Member
2 months ago

Ouch

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#13

Insane Parents Destroy Their Child’s Art Tablet For... Not Getting Up On Time

Insane Parents Destroy Their Child’s Art Tablet For... Not Getting Up On Time

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Sarcastic Panda
Community Member
2 months ago

that's horrible

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#14

Is Violence The Answer ? I Don't Think So

Is Violence The Answer ? I Don't Think So

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Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
2 months ago

What a disgusting piece of garbage, you just don't do that and you don't brag about it either.

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#15

Never Thought My Mom Was That Insane But I Guess Jesus Is Anti-Metal Straw. Sorry If It Doesn't Seem Serious, I Can't Take Anything Seriously

Never Thought My Mom Was That Insane But I Guess Jesus Is Anti-Metal Straw. Sorry If It Doesn't Seem Serious, I Can't Take Anything Seriously

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Violet brown
Community Member
2 months ago

what the f-??

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#16

Hypocritical, Awful And Abusive

Hypocritical, Awful And Abusive

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Violet brown
Community Member
2 months ago

"every child deserves a parent, but not every parent deserves a child"

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#17

Raised By Insane Parents Feels

Raised By Insane Parents Feels

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Chelsea Shimell
Community Member
2 months ago

That’s exactly how I feel, I’ve been lucky and I don’t even know anyone who has had covid. But this isn’t even my top 10 worst years of my life.

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#18

My Mother Blamed Me For Her Suicidal Tendencies. I'm 15

My Mother Blamed Me For Her Suicidal Tendencies. I'm 15

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Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
2 months ago

Complete emotional manipulation.

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#19

Because His Kid Didn't Do Homework?

Because His Kid Didn't Do Homework?

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MagicalUnicorn
Community Member
2 months ago

what the f**k? i feel sorry for both kid and doggo, won't be surprised if kid will hold grudge on parents for eons...

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#20

Check Mate, Religious Insane Parents

Check Mate, Religious Insane Parents

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Vanta Black
Community Member
2 months ago

Maybe I can get all those years of rent back from my parents. They're religious nutjobs.

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#21

Poor Kid

Poor Kid

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Squee
Community Member
2 months ago

This is irresponsible and really bad for the kid

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#22

Abusing Child Support

Abusing Child Support

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S.
Community Member
2 months ago

That mother is so selfish and really cruel. I'm glad that OP is looking out for their daughter, she deserves better.

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#23

Lady Tries To Blame Vaccines After Her Son Contracts Hiv

Lady Tries To Blame Vaccines After Her Son Contracts Hiv

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Flisey
Community Member
2 months ago

When are people going to hop off the "Vaccines cause Autism" train? And you either 'have ' autism or 'are' autistic, you can't be 'are autism'

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#24

My Dad Charges Me $300 A Month For Rent And Refuses To Let Me Move Out. After Spending The Weekend With My Boyfriend, I Received This

My Dad Charges Me $300 A Month For Rent And Refuses To Let Me Move Out. After Spending The Weekend With My Boyfriend, I Received This

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Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
2 months ago

What the actual, she needs to get out of that house and away from that nasty piece of crap.

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#25

Using Your Daughter’s Entire College Fund To Pay For Your Crappy Pyramid Scheme Products

Using Your Daughter’s Entire College Fund To Pay For Your Crappy Pyramid Scheme Products

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S.
Community Member
2 months ago

The ENTIRE college fund???? How dare you. How could you?

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#26

This Was By Far The Worst Incident. I Was In 2nd Grade, 7-8 Years Old And Just Went Through Some Of The Worst Trauma Of My Life And My Mom Was More Worried About Going To Vegas Then My Health

This Was By Far The Worst Incident. I Was In 2nd Grade, 7-8 Years Old And Just Went Through Some Of The Worst Trauma Of My Life And My Mom Was More Worried About Going To Vegas Then My Health

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actaully...nevermind
Community Member
2 months ago

bich you know where else you cant go? Heaven

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#27

Children Aren’t Slaves, Apologize When You’re Supposed To

Children Aren’t Slaves, Apologize When You’re Supposed To

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Lisa loves cats
Community Member
2 months ago

yes! please apologize and explain things to your child

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#28

Found It On Facebook

Found It On Facebook

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RaroaRaroa
Community Member
2 months ago

Why even bother with this woman?

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#29

My Moms Response When I Came Out To Her. Haven’t Talked To Them For Two Weeks Now

My Moms Response When I Came Out To Her. Haven’t Talked To Them For Two Weeks Now

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Violet brown
Community Member
2 months ago

I am so mad right now... she worked up all her courage and she get's this :(

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#30

I Didn't Want To Give My Jehovah's Witness Dad My Password Because I Was Texting A Girl And He Smashed It With An Axe And Then Beat Me. That Was 5 Years Ago And Today I'm Happily Living Together With That Girl

I Didn't Want To Give My Jehovah's Witness Dad My Password Because I Was Texting A Girl And He Smashed It With An Axe And Then Beat Me. That Was 5 Years Ago And Today I'm Happily Living Together With That Girl

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Raine Soo
Community Member
2 months ago

That is grim. But, I'm glad you are now happy.

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#31

I Definitely Hope I Can "Indoctrinate" My Children Into Believing In Human Rights

I Definitely Hope I Can "Indoctrinate" My Children Into Believing In Human Rights

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RaroaRaroa
Community Member
2 months ago

Shame about the spelling mistake on the sign though - in a school.

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#32

Just A Cold

Just A Cold

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Dorothy Parker
Community Member
2 months ago

You just endangered hundreds of people and at least a few will die. You belong in prison.

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#33

Imagine Being A Pos Who Not Only Pulls Their Kid Out Of School Due To Not Wanting To Vaccinate Him But Also Broadcast His Misery In An Attempt To Get People To Side With You...

Imagine Being A Pos Who Not Only Pulls Their Kid Out Of School Due To Not Wanting To Vaccinate Him But Also Broadcast His Misery In An Attempt To Get People To Side With You...

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Violet brown
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

pfffft "studied" poor kid though

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#34

Parents "React" To Their 6 Year Old's Report Card For Views

Parents "React" To Their 6 Year Old's Report Card For Views

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S.
Community Member
2 months ago

Showing your kids' faces uncensored and making money off them is already bad on its own, but to actively violate their right to privacy on such a scale is horrendous. Family vloggers need to stop exploiting innocent children like this for views and money.

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#35

I Don't Understand How Scientology Came Into Play

I Don't Understand How Scientology Came Into Play

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RaroaRaroa
Community Member
2 months ago

Oh, the ignorance is terrifying. I hope some of those 73 comments set them straight.

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#36

You Should Be Grateful

You Should Be Grateful

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Raine Soo
Community Member
2 months ago

Some people really should not be parents.

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#37

This Was Not Posted In A Joking Way

This Was Not Posted In A Joking Way

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Boopie Dew
Community Member
2 months ago

Thats devastating to do to someone. Not only physically but mentally and emotionally.

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#38

“A 5 Year Old Is Perfectly Capable Of Fending For Himself”

“A 5 Year Old Is Perfectly Capable Of Fending For Himself”

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Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
2 months ago

I think the father should be packing the bags and taking the child. She is not right in the head if she truly thinks what she did was fine. Isn't there laws about this kind of thing.

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#39

Update: I’m Immunocompromised And My Mom Refused To Let Me Isolate. Now I Have The Coronavirus

Update: I’m Immunocompromised And My Mom Refused To Let Me Isolate. Now I Have The Coronavirus

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Vanta Black
Community Member
2 months ago

You'd think a cancer survivor would know better...

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#40

A Question That Came Into One Of My Local Radio Stations

A Question That Came Into One Of My Local Radio Stations

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S.
Community Member
2 months ago

Imagine having a life so full of privileges that this is the issue you worry about — to the point of having it broadcasted on the radio. PS: Andy is a super cool name.

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#41

Spare The Rod

Spare The Rod

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Lauren Caswell
Community Member
2 months ago

Yeah spanking always seemed a tautology of a punishment: *smack* "how many times do I have to tell you [name]?! *smack* We. Do. Not. Hit. People!" *smack*

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#42

Glad I Have A Good Relationship With My Parents

Glad I Have A Good Relationship With My Parents

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Demian
Community Member
2 months ago

Story of my life brought up in an African home. You don't defend yourself, you don't block hits, you don't talk back, you can never be right and your parents can never be wrong

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#43

Idiot

Idiot

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RaroaRaroa
Community Member
2 months ago

How can anyone not see that giving a kid this age alcohol, caffeine or sugar is just giving them an early start on addiction?

Vic
Community Member
2 months ago

Isn't this a criminal? Feeding a child alcohol? I don't even want my 5 year old having sodas (I let him try, and glady he doesn't like them, prefers fresh juices)..

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actaully...nevermind
Community Member
2 months ago

even worse, she literally y e e t i n g the beer into the poor baby's face

Tobias the Tiger
Community Member
2 months ago

Exactly. Offering a sip of alcohol to a child isn't illegal, but forcing them into it definitely is.. especially when they're that young.

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Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

Woah, I am okay to let my daughter (14) have the teeniest, tiniest, itty, bitty sip but certainly not at that age. It is so much easier for a small child to become intoxicated and die from alcohol poisoning even small amounts.

Vanta Black
Community Member
2 months ago

Three words: Child. Protective. Services.

Flare
Community Member
2 months ago

Someone find out where this monster lives and report her!

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Sarcastic Panda
Community Member
2 months ago

i used to taste a bit of beer when I was younger, it was gross so I didn't have it again. it's bitter so I doubt the kid likes it that much

Remi Flynne
Community Member
2 months ago

Actually, that's a fair point. I've seen parents give tiny kids sips of beer and they've all screwed their faces up in disgust.

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Martha Meyer
Community Member
2 months ago

If it was just a lick of foam once, that would be forgivable, but I suspect that kid is regularly drunk.

Banjo Peppers
Community Member
2 months ago

Yeah and back in the old days they’d give cocaine or whatever to babies to calm them down. Doesn’t mean it’s okay!

StrawberryParfait
Community Member
2 months ago

Eh, this one isn't that bad. I grew up in the 70's. Having a sip of dad's beer was not a big deal then, even as a young child. I never grew up to have addictions. This is harmless. Unless she's letting the kid do this often, I don't see the big deal. The French often give the little ones wine mixed with water at meals.

Hermione Granger
Community Member
2 months ago

The BABY is not a child trying a small sip of beer. She is having a pint shoved in her poor face. Just because you happed to be fine doesn’t mean that others will be.

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Animal lover❤
Community Member
2 months ago

When I was younger my mom would SOMETIMES let me have sips. I was not that young though.

lil peep stan
Community Member
2 months ago

i remember having a sip of my dads beer when i was like 7 i think? i didnt like it ofc but yeah not that young

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S.
Community Member
2 months ago

I feel so bad for the kid. :(

Cathy Carey
Community Member
2 months ago

I hope she doesn't aspirate that foam and does puke in her "mother's" face.

Pungent Sauce
Community Member
2 months ago

It was Southern Comfort on the gums back in the 70’s, according to my mom.

Katie Peter
Community Member
2 months ago

When I was little (3 I think) I would always ask my mom/dad if I could try some of they're beer/wine. They NEVER did anything like this, this is putting your child at risk of DYING/ having an addiction when they grow up!!

Lynn Morello
Community Member
2 months ago

New boyfriend, A 3 month old baby , I went for a shower as baby was asleep. came out to him giving baby a bottle full of beer. WTF. Him;- It'll put hairs on his chest. Me;- GET THE F@#K OUT OF MY HOUSE.

BusLady
Community Member
2 months ago

My in-laws gave beer to my 1 1/2 year old nephew and didn't see anything wrong with that. One time I came home and there were beer cans everywhere and my 2 year old son was holding one trying to drink from it. I had a fit. My husband and his brother laughed because they thought I was the crazy one.

spharoe
Community Member
2 months ago

No I would’ve freaked out too. First of all — gross. But also, how sharp is the mouth of a beer can?

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No You
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

What the hell this kid is like two??

Keilana Ferenczy
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

When I was about nine and older, my parents would let me have a thimbleful every once in a while, like once every few months or so, because I hated the taste and they wanted me to think that it was disgusting so I wouldn't drink it. If there was something I even slightly liked, I was never allowed to have it again.

Ana Arena
Community Member
2 months ago

Maybe its just a prank with alcohol free beer? I just need to think that no one is THAT stupid

I love izuku midoriya
Community Member
1 month ago

I feel bad for the child the mom should be arrested

Number 5
Community Member
2 months ago

wtf that kid is maybe 2 at most do you want them do be an addict at age 4?!?!?!?!!?!???!?!?!?!?!

Kim Lorton
Community Member
2 months ago

Did you realize how filthy your finger nails are? And then you shove your beer in to your daughters face? Any alcohol given to a child can have bad consequences. A reaction, or allergy, toxicity, she could become intoxicated and fall and hurt herself badly. That, is not being a good mum!

Celtic Pirate Queen
Community Member
2 months ago

WOW.

CatWoman312
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

Well maybe don’t post your business on the internet if you don’t want criticism! Mind your business only applies when you mind your own first!

Lisa Connell
Community Member
2 months ago

I go ok e social services got involved.

JessRS
Community Member
2 months ago

I really, REALLY hope someone reported her.

Bacony Cakes
Community Member
2 months ago

permission to start indirect artillery bombardment sir

Aragorn II Elessar
Community Member
2 months ago

Granted.

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DC
Community Member
2 months ago

Some liquor on the gum for toothing ... well, it wasn't THAT known back then, but Lidocain would have worked better. Anyway, there is a huge difference in dosage and reason here, and while whiskeyed gums still aren't the best of ideas one may have here, it at least isn't intoxicating a child for literally nothing...

Ray Martin
Community Member
2 months ago

Whiskey on gums? That's worse than beer, for f**k's sake. What the hell is wrong with these people?* *Rhetorical question - I am firmly of the opinion that a full 85% of humanity are only semi-functional imbeciles.

Sasy
Community Member
2 months ago

When I was 18 months old we flew to England. I ran up the aisle and nabbed someones beer and drank some. I think beer is gross, have never had more than a sip in my life...have washed my hair with it though.

Azziza
Community Member
2 months ago

That reminds me of the 70s. There was a shampoo with beer in it. Body on Tap or something like that.

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Courtney Christelle
Community Member
2 months ago

I don't need to know you at all to tell you young children drinking is a bad idea!

Kim
Community Member
2 months ago

Child protective services, hello??

GFSTaylor
Community Member
2 months ago

We don't know how often this happened. A few sips of beer is not going to do any harm. That's quite different to regularly feeding a child alcohol. Alcohol is a depressant, not a stimulant, so it's not like giving them coffee. A mouthful now and again isn't going to cause addiction. It's certainly not something to make a habit of, it should not be a normal part of a child's diet, but as a novelty, it's harmless.

Wolfowl
Community Member
2 months ago

My mom didn't let me have gum until 3rd grade when I got some from class. And this parent is feeding the child BEER?

MoonStar
Community Member
2 months ago

My aunt worked in a dental office. So my mom rarely let me have gum.

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James Bassett
Community Member
2 months ago

You drunk it as a child now your kid is drinking it $100 her grandkids will be 2yr alcholics

Thalia Grace
Community Member
2 months ago

I hate alcoholic abusive mothers and kids getting hurt because of them. I loath those mothers who think drinking alcohol and hitting your child, or forcing them to drink alcohol is okay.

Anna roberts
Community Member
2 months ago

Yep my mom and dad used to give me alcohol. Myself and my 3 brothers are all alcoholics. It obviously didn't hurt us...SMH

Rustyn Birch
Community Member
2 months ago

1970's parenting in an image. :/

Azure Adams
Community Member
2 months ago

and DCFS was called and there was evidence

Kim Bush
Community Member
2 months ago

Idiots like these don't realize that Child Protective Services regularly scan social media looking for things like this. Hopefully they saw this one.

Kent Grigsby
Community Member
2 months ago

And I always thought that Fetal Alcohol Syndrome occurred in Utero.

Patty Leaton
Community Member
2 months ago

AAA club

Lisa Anne
Community Member
2 months ago

Healthy, happy, etc. but you won't notice the brain damage until later.

Carmen Honacker
Community Member
2 months ago

What a moron! There should be a license requirement for having children!

Lilith
Community Member
2 months ago

Oh, we know you. This post speaks volumes. Proof that some should never have children.

suzanne2086
Community Member
2 months ago

What the actual F?

Luthian
Community Member
2 months ago

Children who drink alcohol (and I'm including teenagers here) can literally have a smaller hippocampus than their peers. This means they can't remember or learn things as well, which will affect them for the rest of their lives

Full Name
Community Member
2 months ago

If it's ongoing yeah, but this sort of sippy thing was really common in the 70's. Once or twice in a kids life isn't going to do lasting harm.

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Blakkur Sverrir
Community Member
2 months ago

Take. This. Child. From. Her!

Full Name
Community Member
2 months ago

Read all the comments here about people who were given beer (a sip or two a couple times) by their parents at a young age. It used to be very common. You probably have relatives who did. Should they have had their kids taken from them?

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HufflepuffPanda
Community Member
2 months ago

I- I mean- huh?

Jasmine Donald
Community Member
2 months ago

That women is a f*****g maniac!!!

Hans
Community Member
2 months ago

Alcohol tolerwnce does not scale with age...it is even in tiny amounts extremely unhealthy to children. Even worse to babies in the womb...every sip the mother takes will count.

Yibo Wang
Community Member
2 months ago

my first taste of beer was 10 i believe

Boopie Dew
Community Member
2 months ago

Just no!

Cherubi Batzel
Community Member
2 months ago

she loves having a taste of mommy's beer... if that mom does it that way every time then the kid is not actually getting beer she is getting foam up her nose and it tickles so that what she loves

Cherubi Batzel
Community Member
2 months ago

then again she said mouth fulls of beer... that is too much

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Bailey ives
Community Member
2 months ago

“My mom let me have alcohol as a child” and look how you ended up.

Avery S Alberico
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2 months ago

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Gogamash
Community Member
2 months ago

I was drunk with 4 the first time. Was no intention of my mother, I just sipped all glasses of guests in an unobserved moment when they were leaving and a the front door. It didn't harm me, however .... ;-)

COcO BAMa
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2 months ago

when the kid is a acholic

Melissa Powell
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2 months ago

And yet, they tell you no honey to a child under the age of one.

Paula Carr
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2 months ago

Because it contains a form of botulism that children under the age of two can't metabolize. It can kill them.

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Rosemari Ferreira Gebbran
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2 months ago

Hm that's cute but the child Is already in the line for a liver transplant?

Charlotte A.
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2 months ago

"Well, baby drank some beer and is still alive so obviously it wasn't harmful. Also my mom gave me booze as a kid and I turned out alright. Right?" *cough* (Being introduced to alcohol at an early age increases the risk of drinking excessively later. You normalise drinking, this way.)

Remi Flynne
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2 months ago

There are studies that show it goes in both directions - some studies show it demystifies it and then they aren't interested in it particularly. I'm not going to say that I believe one over the other - I suspect that there are a lot of factors at play.

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Stille20
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2 months ago

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The women in red has a weak argument.. I'm a mom and I wouldn't do that..... how about here is some science about what alcohol does to children.

wyatt hollingsworth
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2 months ago

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This does not look like beer, this looks more like cum...

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#44

My Fiance's Mom When We First Started Dating

My Fiance's Mom When We First Started Dating

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S.
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2 months ago

As a fellow Asian............ That's really a new one, lol what?

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#45

Imagine Posting This And Being Proud Of The Anger That You Just Took Out On This Kid's Form Of Entertainment

Imagine Posting This And Being Proud Of The Anger That You Just Took Out On This Kid's Form Of Entertainment

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actaully...nevermind
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2 months ago

Just you

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#46

A Friend Of Mine Who’s 27 Years Old

A Friend Of Mine Who’s 27 Years Old

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Foxxy (The Original)
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2 months ago

You could have fun with this and hide some weird and random stuff in your bin.

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#47

Her Brother Died Of Measles, But She Still Won’t Vaccinate Her Child Against It

Her Brother Died Of Measles, But She Still Won’t Vaccinate Her Child Against It

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Sarcastic Panda
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2 months ago

*facepalms*

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#48

Breaking A 7-Year-Old's Heart On Christmas

Breaking A 7-Year-Old's Heart On Christmas

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S.
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2 months ago

I worry about the people who reacted to this with the laughing emoji.

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#49

And Guess What She’d Have Blamed Her Son’s Autism On If She Did Vaccinate?

And Guess What She’d Have Blamed Her Son’s Autism On If She Did Vaccinate?

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actaully...nevermind
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2 months ago

"i did all the right things. Had a natural birth, DiDn'T vAcCiNaTe, breastfed on d e m a n d for a year, fed a healthy diet..." Your's truly, -Seeking Sympathy 2020

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#50

My 5yo Child Is Enrolling In School And They Say I Can’t Come And Breastfeed Him. I’m Being Discriminated Against!