We bring you a lot of uplifting stories here at Bored Panda. From feelgood happenings that restore your faith in humanity to inspirational people and happy facts, we love sharing examples of humans being kind, thoughtful, altruistic, and just downright awesome to one another.

But there's always the flip side. The times when people were thoughtless, disrespectful, selfish, and mean, the times when rude people were just, well... jerks. Because that's part of being human too.

Compiled into an infuriating list by Bored Panda, these snapshots of appalling social behavior will leave you disappointed with your fellow man; but at the same time, you might realize that in comparison to these jerks, you aren't that bad a person, after all. Scroll down below to check them out for yourself, and don't forget to vote for the human behavior that angered you the most!

#1

Our Dorm Building Only Has One Facilities Person To Clean, She Works So Hard Yet The People On My Floor Are Still Disgusting. I Can't Blame Her For Leaving This Note

Our Dorm Building Only Has One Facilities Person To Clean, She Works So Hard Yet The People On My Floor Are Still Disgusting. I Can't Blame Her For Leaving This Note

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Rue Granger
Community Member
1 year ago

People are disgusting!

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According to the website PsychMechanics, there are some basics about the psychology of selfishness that we all should know:

A selfish person is the one who puts his own needs first. He's primarily concerned with himself and seeks out only those activities that fulfill his own desires and wants. Anything wrong with that? I don’t think so.

Going by that definition, we're all selfish in one way or the other. All of us want to do things that are ultimately for our own good and well-being. This type of selfishness is good and desirable.

So far so good. The problem arises when we do things for ourselves and at the same time ignore the needs of those around us or when we fulfill our needs at the expense of others. When you make life difficult for others to meet your own ends, then that kind of selfishness is the selfishness that you’d like to avoid.

#2

Even Though I Don’t Work Here, The Parents With Their Children In The Photo Made A Mess In The Toy Aisle At A Store. I Feel Sorry For Whoever Would Have To Clean That Up

Even Though I Don’t Work Here, The Parents With Their Children In The Photo Made A Mess In The Toy Aisle At A Store. I Feel Sorry For Whoever Would Have To Clean That Up

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Marc
Community Member
1 year ago

To be honest - As a store owner, I would call the police and let them pay for everything they used. I guess that is the only language people like this speak. What kind of example does a behavior like this give to your children? You can act like an a-hole? This is so bad.

Dua Samudera
Community Member
1 year ago

yes, you must.

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Biljana Malesevic
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

They shouldn't be allowed to leave without paying the damage. It is obvious they broke many things. It's the same as eating food from aisles in supermarket, you can't damage it, make it useless then leave.

Darlene Michuk
Community Member
1 year ago

Like ``you break it you pay for it``

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Charlotte Brine
Community Member
1 year ago

Jesus! I would completely lose my cool if I worked at this store! Who the hell lets there child do this and then walks away without making them clean it up!

Pseudo Puppy
Community Member
1 year ago

crap parents... thats who. >:(

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Donna Cheung
Community Member
1 year ago

It must have taken considerable time for the children to make this much of a mess (rip open packaging of the board games etc). If I worked at the store, I would lock the front doors, call the police and let the police deal with them.

2WheelTravlr
Community Member
1 year ago

This appears to be a 2nd hand or thrift store, so everything was already open packaging, so the kids weren't breaking into new items, obviously they're still guilty of being complete jerks, but unless they actually damaged items I don't think the store could press charges.

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Gwen Pollock
Community Member
1 year ago

When I was a kid, and we went to the toy store, my brother and I would always end up putting toys back on the shelf from other kids. The manager was always surprised! I explained that I was trying to make less work for his staff! He was surprised and very appreciative!

Christine
Community Member
1 year ago

That's lovely. Great upbringing.

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Dorothy Parker
Community Member
1 year ago

I wonder what the real story is. There must be more to it than this.

Bertha Garcia
Community Member
1 year ago

Not real story I work at retail and I’ve seen a single person do this sort of mess. The parent probably was tired and let the kids do what they wanted so they would distract themselves while he spend his time of the phone. I have seen it everyday

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Vic
Community Member
1 year ago

This is terrible! We must teach our kids to respect other people's property.

Mira Maier
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow, I have never seen anything like that. Fortunately.

BusLady
Community Member
1 year ago

I remember the nightmare of ToysRus. Couldn't believe that the parents allowed their children to be so distructive.

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Ale_Vidal23
Community Member
1 year ago

she even OPENED the boxes with the toy in it.. come on, i mean how stupid and irresponsible do you have to be to not feel bad for whoever cleans up the mess you and your brat made?

Laura Mortensen
Community Member
1 year ago

As someone who works at a Goodwill, I can tell you this is an extreme version of what we deal with every day. I once had a little guy start picking up toys when he saw me cleaning up and I praised him to death. He was five. I do hear some parents telling kids to put things back, but that seems to be the exception rather than the rule.

Monty Is Fiennes
Community Member
1 year ago

TBH this looks like it might be a retail outlet for a charity...as in there is no packaging and the toys are all different, there's no visible pricing... I work for a charity like this and I can assure you this would happen with out intervention.....

Darlene Michuk
Community Member
1 year ago

That do not matter. Think about job discripetion did that include child minding. By this time i cannot even spell description.

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Nubmaeme
Community Member
1 year ago

As someone with 27 years of retail experience, I can honestly say that this does happen. Most of what is there will simply have to be trashed because of missing parts. Sometimes this happens because people are spread thin in stores and cannot watch every customer every minute. Another thing that happens is someone will act as decoy and keep the worker occupied while the kids, both small and adult-sized, trash the place. I've been the victim of that one. I've also had entire families move as much merchandise as they can carry from one aisle to another in an entire sections of the store. They were not there to purchase anything, just to make a mess. After moving stuff around in about half the store, they would leave. Management was too lazy to stop them, nor would they allow us to do it.

Tammy Ralph
Community Member
1 year ago

I was sceptical about this being real until I read your and some of the other comments, I have to say I'm completely shocked by this.

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Laily F. Noor
Community Member
1 year ago

They sIould pay for that kind of mess. Moreover it looks like the toys had been opened and played.

Alex Craig
Community Member
1 year ago

Parenting should be illegal for some.

TheExtremeSmell
Community Member
1 year ago

How would no one notice this until it got to this point lol impressive though

Simba
Community Member
1 year ago

Have they not heard of "Nice to see. Good to hold. Once broken (in this case Opened), considered sold."?

Monica Marlowe
Community Member
1 year ago

I am enraged for the employees

Id row
Community Member
1 year ago

If this was from black Friday or x-mas eve, that's typical mob behavior. But if that was from one family, why weren't they stopped long before it got to that point?

Khem Monta
Community Member
1 year ago

I've encountered this in a goodwill before. I was in shock. It seemed that there were two small children back there, left to play with the toys, while the parent(s) shopped. Like it was a playroom, or something. I was with my young, respectful, normal kids (who were equally as shocked), there looking for some fun things to add to our playroom at home. We didn't buy anything that day.

Freya the Wanderer
Community Member
1 year ago

Anybody who lets his/her kids get away with crap like this should be neutered! The kids should be "fixed," too.

NWB
Community Member
1 year ago

Yeah I would totally call the cops on that!!!

HoffLensMetalHedLovesAnimalsUK
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

This wouldn't fly over here, no chance, i'm getting angry just looking at this pic.Look at the monopoly money for gawds sake.

Theresa McCreary
Community Member
1 year ago

The parents are TOTALLY responsible. You don't go to a store and let the toy aisle be the babysitter PERIOD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Foxxy
Community Member
1 year ago

That is disgusting, any parent who allows their children to do this should be ashamed of themselves. I would be extremely embarrassed if this was my kids (although I wouldn’t allow my kids to do this in the first place).

Nathalie Hidalgo
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh F no! Either they clean up or cops are called! And DCS!

Theamazingfrobo
Community Member
1 year ago

I HATE parents who just let their kids run around with no repercussions. They'd make a mess of the store I used to work at and they make a mess at the library I currently work at. How hard is it to watch your children, it is not the workers job to watch them.

Zelda Blue
Community Member
1 year ago

That is totally disgusting. I would make them clean it and then ban them from the store for life. I would also take their picture and post it on social media. I would shame the parents for raising such disrespectful children.

Transat
Community Member
1 year ago

looks more like an earthquake

Susan Reid Smith
Community Member
1 year ago

The mess from stuff falling off shelves during a quake is tidier than this.

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Erica D B
Community Member
1 year ago

They opened them, they have to pay for them. That's how this world works.

Alison Clark
Community Member
1 year ago

No control over their child I would have contacted police and stated criminal damage

Roniel Randelman
Community Member
1 year ago

Is that even legal? Opening products before purchasing them?

Amethyst Holman
Community Member
1 year ago

Not to excuse this bad behavior, but I've seen thrift store toy aisles and I'm gonna bet it already looked half this bad before they even got there.

Smiley Rie
Community Member
1 year ago

Yeah pretty sure it's not the thrift store staff dumping stuff on the floor! It's no doubt harder to make their aisles look tidy with the random mish mash of stuff that they're donated, but obviously some people who don't pay much have no respect

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Iceroyalmilktea
Community Member
1 year ago

shows how a-hole parents will only raise more a-holes

K Miller
Community Member
1 year ago

I really hope they made the parents pay for all that. It's all been opened, how are they supposed to sell it all at regular price?

Kjorn
Community Member
1 year ago

so disrespectfull from the parents. who the fuck open board game boxes in the store???

Wolfie
Community Member
1 year ago

Them parents are bitches

Non-New-Toni-An
Community Member
1 year ago

I highly doubt one family did all that!! Hundreds of customers maybe,

StonedPanda
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks like an earthquake to me.

Kris Åsard
Community Member
1 year ago

Yep, this is at a goodwill, and as a nerd / book collector who hangs out a lot at goodwills I see this sh*t all the time. Some parents just abandon their kids in the toy section while they do their own shopping, as if it was some kind of designated play area. It would never fly in a department store, because those places have guards and surveillance, but it is a definite slap in the face of all the (mostly) volunteer works at the Goodwill store.

Roberto Durante
Community Member
1 year ago

OMG, As the store owner, I will let the parents clean the mess, and if they don't, take a picture and make it viral as warning for other shop owner.

Maureen Peters
Community Member
1 year ago

These parents must be re-educated and let them pay for the damage!

Blue Cicada
Community Member
1 year ago

We don't know the backstory to this particular picture, and these children might not have caused all this mess on their own. I can confirm the parents might permit or encourage the children to make a mess so that store employees are focusing on, watching the children, while the parents shoplift from other parts of the store.

Leandro Faria Dos Reis
Community Member
1 year ago

The store should adopt the policy: You opened, you bought it.

Chris Miller
Community Member
1 year ago

I would be pressing charges. That's as good as theft.

Kiss Army
Community Member
1 year ago

I like to browse thrift stores and I have seen many parents drop their kids off at the toy isle to entertain themselves while they spend hours shopping. It ends up looking like this regularly. THE TOY ISLE IS NOT A BABYSITTER!

SH Kaiser
Community Member
1 year ago

What kind of people do this.

Amanda DuPont
Community Member
1 year ago

oh hell no

Rachel Hamrick
Community Member
1 year ago

They did all of this? No way.

Sandy Kavanaugh
Community Member
1 year ago

I'd call the police, file charges, and ban them from the store. Storekeepers have that right.

Johanna-Nicollette Kidd
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh my gosh, that's vandalism at its worst

Trudi Hunter
Community Member
1 year ago

Security cameras hello! That family should be banned.

Wendy Rance
Community Member
1 year ago

Disgu St I wouldn’t let them leave till it’s all cleaned up and pay for the ones that’s open or broke

Audrey Williams
Community Member
1 year ago

Stealing

Debra Pearl
Community Member
1 year ago

my first real job was at Zayre. I was in stationery. I cleaned up my aisle and went back to clean up the birthday cars etc. When I came back my aisle was a mess. Not as bad as this but looked like someone messed it on purpose. I didn't last long at this job. Manager said too many guys coming in.

David Redman
Community Member
1 year ago

Not unusual unfortunately! A huge sign....you touch, you buy. This aisle is monitored by video.

AuntyJem
Community Member
1 year ago

Some people's lack of respect for others & themselves blows my mind. This is utterly disgraceful.

Gerry Higgins
Community Member
1 year ago

Those kids have no hope with parent's that allow/encourage that behavior.

♥Kitty♥
Community Member
1 year ago

If the parents are okay with their kids making this big of a mess I'm a store, I don't even want to imagine what their home looks like.

Jagi Lachance
Community Member
1 year ago

Well It certainly looks like a thrift, or charity type shop, no doubt about that. I have worked in some so....It IS entirely possible that it is NOT just those kids who made this mess, but several different ones on several different visits......so, in essence, many different parents who do not tell the kids to pick up after they look at a game/ toy. I have seen messy stores like that....not enough personel either to clean as they go.

Sandra Thames
Community Member
1 year ago

Make them pay..their children just bought the store for charity!!

Wendy Yim
Community Member
4 months ago

what kind of parents are you?!! this is not ok to teach your kids to destroy other people stuff and leave it like that without reputcution

Patty Tripp
Community Member
11 months ago

This is worse than shoplifting.

Kim Dewhurst
Community Member
11 months ago

It's up to the staff to stop this from happening . And parents who let their kids do this are going to have huge issues with their intitled brats in a few years . Haha.

Susan Asbury McCormack
Community Member
11 months ago

I have seen this, especially at Christmas time in Target and K-Mart. The parents turn a blind eye to what their kids are doing. One lady I saw was taking photos of her child sitting on the floor among all the toys.

Delian Uber
Community Member
11 months ago

what were the employees doing? I'm sure they ruined some of those toys and didn't buy anything.

Catherine Stevens
Community Member
11 months ago

Hard to believe people are like this

Josefino Reque
Community Member
11 months ago

IF YOU SEE THEM - CALL THEIR ATTENTION

Penny Johnson
Community Member
11 months ago

Can’t wait to see what their house looks like!

Paul White
Community Member
11 months ago

those parents should be cleaning it up and paying for whatever the kids opened and played with. period!

Bonnie Semeniuk
Community Member
11 months ago

This happens almost every day at the Walmart store where I used to work. The parents would drop their kids off in the toy dept. while they did their shopping, but when Mom or Dad came to pick their kids up and they didn't buy them the toys they picked out, oh the screaming and tantrums could be heard all over the store!!! Good grief parents, the store is not a day care!

Marigen Beltran
Community Member
1 year ago

They didn't just make a mess, they opened packages. They should pay for that.

TeeMarieTisMe
Community Member
1 year ago

I fell like this is the result of many people messing up the shelves...Like a rampage of stupid shoppers during a big sale. Not just one family. But who knows.

Momo Skarsgård
Community Member
1 year ago

Nope!! Police would def be involved!!

orenji
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow... people are so inconsiderate! The parents see absolutely nothing wrong here??

Niito
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks like an earthquake

Lori Rutherford
Community Member
1 year ago

What the world looks like,... Only isle waaaaay cleaner

Mihiteruarewa Rangitaawa
Community Member
1 year ago

OMG!!

Jenny Bryl
Community Member
1 year ago

There'd be some ass woopin when they got home, after they picked up their mess.

Jennifer Mossey
Community Member
1 year ago

How rude

Smiley Rie
Community Member
1 year ago

That is absolutely disgusting! Some people are oblivious to the problems they cause other people

Cindy Collins
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow.....what a bunch of assholes

Melanin Mo
Community Member
1 year ago

this is to much, like the monopoly money is on the floor u cant just open the ish and not buy it

Sue Denim
Community Member
1 year ago

Shelves they can't reach are messy tbh, staged

Joan Paterson
Community Member
1 year ago

Bastards...I'm talking about the parents

Jaans
Community Member
1 year ago

The parents need a whooping

Clive Withers
Community Member
1 year ago

Dumbass parents teaching their Dumbass kids...

Manel Dias
Community Member
1 year ago

Totally unacceptable behaviour...

Ana M
Community Member
1 year ago

I tell them to clean it themselves and yes, I call the police.

Tanya Kysel'ova
Community Member
1 year ago

I would fine such people

Nicole Pasalagua
Community Member
1 year ago

I really. believe that the store is to blame for this one. Either the employees did not care enough to clean it before it got worse, or the store didn't post enough employees to be working.

Donna Baker
Community Member
1 year ago

This looks to be a thrift store. Very obvious parents just dumpped kis of in toy isle so they could shop. So rude and irresponsible of parents. Respect & responsibility has gone buy the wayside. Along with discipline.

Louisa Johnson
Community Member
1 year ago

As a parent if my kid done anything like this I would kick their ass!!

Catherine Yamada
Community Member
1 year ago

Vandalism

Katinka Min
Community Member
1 year ago

I am actually wonderuing if it was only those peeps in the picture that did this amount of desctruction. I find it hard to believe that just two kids are able to do this without store staff noticing. Maybe they are just wandering through Black Friday sale mess?

Barbara Carraro Jules
Community Member
1 year ago

Police and pay. They let them open even the toys that have tiny pieces and cannot be sold anymore, are you kidding me? That's damaging property.

Heidi Tooker
Community Member
1 year ago

Um, was no one working that day to step in and control the situation?

PanditoBandito
Community Member
1 year ago

I would post the picture without blurring mom and dad's faces. Do a second shot of mom and dad close up, and identify the store and city... poor kids

Christine
Community Member
1 year ago

That's damn rude and ignorant of how much work that creates for staff. Yes call the police for vandalism, they are probably neat freaks at home and let their kids let loose in stores. Well maybe not. !! Do they not have any moral compass??

Susan Lewis
Community Member
1 year ago

I went Christmas shopping at Ross in Sierra Vista last year. One gal came in with 4 kids ages about 7 and under. One had a green snotty nose....she put them in the toy section and they played with every toy there. With the sick one wiping his nose with his hands and on his sleeves. I told the manager...a few minutes later the lady, very pissed off, grabbed her kids and claimed she would never shop there again. I thought that was GREAT and so did the manager

Kristen Temple-Winchester
Community Member
1 year ago

This is probably really just a picture from an earthquake, you can't trust ANYTHING you see on the internet..

Predrag DC
Community Member
1 year ago

thats bullshit. No owner would let this happen by one family. Exceot they are the Kardashians and then you dont mind..cause they bought a little..much for 10000$

Josey Griffin
Community Member
1 year ago

No respect, then they wonder why their kids have behaviour problems.

Nicky OldfieldDesciple
Community Member
1 year ago

I wasn't even allowed to touch items in shops as a kid . My parents would soon tell me off if I did. Their favourite phrase was "your eyes are in your head not your hands just look DON'T TOUCH."

Pauline McLaggan
Community Member
1 year ago

My biggest question is how did the kid get so many toys out of the packaging? Anyone with kids that has experienced Christmas morning knows that that amount of toy opening requires scissors, pliers and screwdrivers!

Mónica Elisabeth Sacco
Community Member
1 year ago

Utterly disrespectful

Jacquie Ker
Community Member
1 year ago

looks like a 2nd hand store, I see this all the time at Value Village. Id hate to see what their house looked like

sharron lynn parsons
Community Member
1 year ago

Some parents are so pathetic, they should not be parents !!!

Amanda Brady
Community Member
1 year ago

To be fair, we don't know for sure that this one family made all that mess, just because the contributor said so. But on the other hand, nobody lies on the Internet so...

SarcasticGamer
Community Member
1 year ago

WTF

Kimberly Puchniarz
Community Member
1 year ago

How absolutely ignorant can people be to trash someone else's things, like this!!???

Pippa Runs
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow!

Marie Collins
Community Member
1 year ago

I have worked in retail for over 20 years. Parents find nothing wrong with letting their little “darlings” run around aimlessly while they shop. As a result, these kids act like mini tornadoes as they tear through the store! Then when you confront the parent, they are offended because their child couldn’t possibly have done such a thing!! 😖

Pat Aben
Community Member
1 year ago

Parents should pay for this damage!!

Jonny Chevalier
Community Member
1 year ago

poor parenting at it's best...

Don Burrus
Community Member
1 year ago

I do not own a store, but Marc is 100% correct and not only should they pay for everything broken and pay for the employees who have to clean the mess, they should be rewarded with a free ride in a police car and free meals at taxpayers expense.

Reenie Smith Shaw
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow...disgusting parenting!

Ashley Wright
Community Member
1 year ago

WTH is wrong with people⁉️ So uncivilized‼️

Jo B. Ventura Gurule
Community Member
1 year ago

OH MY GOD!!!!! What disgusting people!!!

Lisa Chambers
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh hell no. Get all your butts right back in there and clean it all up.

Kiro
Community Member
1 year ago

This isn't your everyday garbage, this is...ADVANCED garbage.

Joyce Berman
Community Member
1 year ago

As a customer, I might say something myself. This is totally unacceptable.

Joyce Berman
Community Member
1 year ago

Now that I've looked at all the pictures, I think it's obvious that some people have no idea how to raise children. It's very sad because the behavior doesn't change when they become "adults."

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Pili Toro
Community Member
1 year ago

Disgusting parents teaching their children to become disgisting adults. I would have called the police. Is not disrespectful is vandalism.

KT Trondsen
Community Member
1 year ago

WOW, that is just so unreal! You watched them make this entire mess? Because that is impressive! I would have called the cops

Sharon Madsen
Community Member
1 year ago

I hope they were told to pick it all up

Steve Cruz
Community Member
1 year ago

I shop in second-hand stores a lot. I recommended that children's toys be moved next to the dressing rooms, which were within sight from the checkout area. They also placed signs: "Do not leave children unattended in this area or they will be considered abandoned and police called." It did the trick.

Wendy Heath
Community Member
1 year ago

I have looked at all 30 of these photographs, there obviously more morons in the world than I thought.

Linda D
Community Member
1 year ago

This is one reason prices are going up. It's no better than theft because of all the loss of merchandise.

Billy Gidney
Community Member
1 year ago

they all want there backsides kicked.

pop jon
Community Member
1 year ago

The manager should have stopped the destruction long before this mess. The people were jerks , but management was spineless.

Fiona Toms-Yarnton
Community Member
1 year ago

Call the police! This is as good as theft, as all these boxes would have been sealed, and now the retail value is completely gone. These a...holes need to learn a lesson.

Jacquline McClure
Community Member
1 year ago

This looks like a nice thrift store. I help out in one and I know people do not teach their children respect, mainly because the parents don't respect as well. They have no idea how long it takes to clean up their messes and they don't seem to care.

Christine Cameron-Dow
Community Member
1 year ago

Note to customers: Toy stores sell goods. They are not play areas for bored kids.

Mark CM
Community Member
1 year ago

Fucking Hell! I'd love to "rearrange" their living room.

Debbie
Community Member
1 year ago

How did it even get to any point near this without an employee stopping it or calling the police? It can't have happened in total silence!

Andy boi
Community Member
1 year ago

I bet a bunch of those are broken, too

Kanga9ine
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh hell no. This is just flat out wrong.

Nyree Williams
Community Member
1 year ago

This was one family? Two children? Were they left alone in the store overnight? Were gremlins somehow involved? That weren’t these two children? The things some people do on purpose.

M Westaway
Community Member
1 year ago

Is this the Value Village in Vancouver? Because it often looks like this. Parents leave their kids unattended. Poor employees

Lisa Hearn
Community Member
1 year ago

As a manager I would give them two options, pay for the goods or I call the police

Michele Main
Community Member
1 year ago

i think it's a thrift store?

Kevin Mullane
Community Member
1 year ago

WHAT! How the hell the parents allow that to happen?

Leandro Faria Dos Reis
Community Member
1 year ago

The store should adopt the policy: If you opened, you bought it.

Jessica Temple
Community Member
1 year ago

They should be arrested. this is awful

David King
Community Member
1 year ago

Imagine what their house looks like. Absolute pigs.

Julia Mercer
Community Member
1 year ago

When I worked at goodwill, I encountered this all the time!

Susan Burns
Community Member
1 year ago

That’s what the toy aisle at my local Goodwill looks like ALL the time. They finally put up a sign, it did no good.

Rosali LC
Community Member
1 year ago

I would've made them pay for everything they opened, too. And called the police if they refused.

Freya Fluharty
Community Member
1 year ago

Should have made the parents do it. Someone should name and shame.

Mary Ciulla
Community Member
1 year ago

Years ago, I worked at Walmart for a short time. After Easter, the candy aisle had damaged, opened packages and candy mashed into the floor. I had to clean that up. How entitled do people have to be to shop like that?

Samantha Hurrell
Community Member
1 year ago

And I thought the kids who insisted in spraying the foambursts (shower gel things) everywhere were bad.

Barbara Budnick
Community Member
1 year ago

Dumbest parents ever!

Barbara Budnick
Community Member
1 year ago

I would lose my SHIT!

Jon Wong
Community Member
1 year ago

family from hell...and may lord have mercy for the little girl's future husband, amen

Jo Choto
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks like a charity shop or something, all the toys together and no shelf prices. it would have taken multiple kids quite a bit of time to play with that much stuff. I'm wondering how no one noticed it happening. Nevertheless, no excuse for not supervising your kids, or making sure they clean up their mess.

Melisa K.
Community Member
1 year ago

Wtf? This could not have happend without SOMEONE getting arrested.

Melisa K.
Community Member
1 year ago

Wtf? This can't be real! Since when are you allowed to open up like multiple unpaid items in a store and play with them, then just leave shit everywhere WITHOUT being arrested??

Scrappy
Community Member
1 year ago

Are you sure this wasn't an earthquake? lmao

Nicky Woodhall
Community Member
1 year ago

I wouldn’t have kept my mouth shut - I would have given both parents and kids a huge bollocking....

Darlene Michuk
Community Member
1 year ago

Kids might not know how to act. they sure know how to act out bad. Cashiers are not babysitters. As with store employees. Parents being asses letting their kids act really dumb.

Darlene Michuk
Community Member
1 year ago

Go ahead make my day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Parents!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Mary Ann Illegit
Community Member
1 year ago

Where were the store employees and owner while all this was going on !? :O

Rua Uílliam (Brithem)
Community Member
1 year ago

I used to work in a music store. Parents would drop their kids off and then go do the shopping, expecting the sales assistants to babysit while the kids wrecked the place. The one time we did call the cops the parent became abusive and threatened to stab us as we walked to our cars.

Judith Finch
Community Member
1 year ago

Don't think its fair to post a picture of child and parents in this situation. They could have literally walked around the corner into this mess.

Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
1 year ago

Is it a thrift store?

Hope Maria
Community Member
1 year ago

It looks more like a goodwill store or some type of thrift store to me personally.

comboplush
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow, and they look so average, normal, every-day parent-like. I am not sure who I had expected to be behind something like this (maybe a stampede of toddlers with an overwhelmed parent), but somehow it boggles my mind that they are basically the people next door. And have the audacity to stand there, unabashed, to check out toddler clothing with a backdrop of plushie havoc.

RitaGG
Community Member
1 year ago

Earthquake?

Laura Zappenduster
Community Member
1 year ago

looks like black friday xD

Elle Zee
Community Member
1 year ago

This can't be true: it looks like an earthquake photo. I'm sure employees would have stopped them before it got this bad. I call "fake."

MA JONALYN MONTERO
Community Member
1 year ago

Don't they have available staff to monitor this type of things in their store?

Vicky Zar
Community Member
1 year ago

I allow my 4 year old to play in toy stores. But I am always with or near him and he knows by now that he must be carefull. I would never allow him to open board games or other things. If he wold damage something, I would pay for it. If he would make a mess, I would force him to clean it up or do it myself.

Karen Hansen
Community Member
1 year ago

I call fake.

Susan Robinson-Collins
Community Member
1 year ago

I'm thinking this isn't what it seems.

Yehonatan Sliverstone
Community Member
1 year ago

did you see them do it and did video them doing it if you did not see it do not blame the Children if you have the video then show the video if you have it do you have Children

Nyxx Stone
Community Member
1 year ago

People are so gullible. This is clearly NOT a typical retail store but either a goodwill or close out store. Just because there are people in the picture doesn’t mean they made the mess. And it’s the employees fault for letting it get this out of hand in the first place. If this fake news is how the rest of the article is, Bored Panda... you must be really bored.

Mewton’s Third Paw
Community Member
1 year ago

They look like they only eat milk, cheese and butter.

Alexa
Community Member
1 year ago

If I worked there, I wouldn't allow this to even happen! This tells me that the workers aren't doing their job by working the floors and making sure the store is doing fine. Obviously this tells everyone it isn't!

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#3

This Lady Kneeling On Bread While She Looks At Other Bread

This Lady Kneeling On Bread While She Looks At Other Bread

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Marc
Community Member
1 year ago

Sorry, but why didn't you say anything instead of making photos? Don't let people like this get away with sh** like this. The reason they are acting in this way is because they don't care, as no one probably ever told them to stop. Again, this is disrespectful and shouldn't be ignored!

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There are several reasons that could make someone selfish...

A person who holds on to his resources and doesn't give it to the needy can be considered a selfish person and this is the type of selfishness that we commonly refer to when we say that someone is selfish.

When we say that someone is selfish, we usually mean that he doesn't share his resources (money, time, etc.). Now, why won’t a person share his resources, even if it's the best thing to do in a given situation?

The biggest reason is that he thinks he doesn't have enough. A selfish person, therefore, is also likely to be stingy. This insecurity of not having enough motivates a person to hold on to his resources and not share them.

#4

If You Or Your Kids Think That It's A Good Idea To Leave The Cinema Like This, Damn You

If You Or Your Kids Think That It's A Good Idea To Leave The Cinema Like This, Damn You

City66 Report

Tecolote
Community Member
1 year ago

My mom would have made clean it up! We both had to work hard cleaning up after other people to get where we are in life and I will be damned if I do something like this to some poor hard working soul.

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#5

He/She Saw Nothing Wrong With Parking There

He/She Saw Nothing Wrong With Parking There

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Charlotte Brine
Community Member
1 year ago

People who do this deserve to get their car damaged by the air ambulance crew and their streacher. It's probably the only way they'll learn.

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Another reason is a fear of losing control. If someone has many needs and goals, then he overvalues his resources because he thinks that these resources are going to help him reach his goals. If he loses his resources, he loses his goals and if he loses his goals he feels he has lost control over his life.

For example, a student who doesn't share his study notes with others is the one who has high academic goals and sharing notes could mean losing an important resource that could help him reach his goal. And not being able to reach your goals is a perfect recipe for a feeling of loss of control over your life.

In other cases, the way a person was raised can also make him act in selfish ways. The only child or the child whose every demand was met by his parents (spoilt child) learns to take as much as he can and give very little back.

Such children learn to care only for their needs with little empathy or consideration for others. As children, we were all like that to some extent but gradually we began to learn that other people have emotions too and so developed empathy.

Some people never learn empathy and therefore remain selfish, just like when they were kids.

#6

Urgh...

Urgh...

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Charlotte Brine
Community Member
1 year ago

Gollum???

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#7

Was Told To Post This Here. Woman Stomped All Over The Plants In This Conservatory For Instagram Shots Despite Staff Repeatedly Asking Her To Stop

Was Told To Post This Here. Woman Stomped All Over The Plants In This Conservatory For Instagram Shots Despite Staff Repeatedly Asking Her To Stop

Rainy_Day_May Report

Toujin C'Thlu
Community Member
1 year ago

I hope she was banned after this.

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The most important thing to do when dealing with a selfish reason is to figure out the reason for his selfishness and then work on eliminating that reason.

All other methods and efforts of dealing with him are going to be in vain. Ask yourselves questions like...Why is he being selfish? What is he feeling so insecure about? Are you making unrealistic demands of him? Is he really in a position to meet your demands?

We are often too quick to label someone ‘selfish’ instead of admitting that we failed to persuade them or that our demands are unreasonable.

But what if they are really being selfish and you're not just falsely labeling them?

Well then, help them get rid of their insecurity. Show them that they're not going to lose anything by giving you what you want. Or better yet, show them how they may benefit by helping you if there's a possibility of a win-win situation.

#8

Letting Your Kid Watch A Movie On Full Volume In A Restaurant

Letting Your Kid Watch A Movie On Full Volume In A Restaurant

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Laura Zappenduster
Community Member
1 year ago

But otherwise they would have actually to CARE for their child.

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#9

This Lady Resting On The Apples At Walmart

This Lady Resting On The Apples At Walmart

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Daria B
Community Member
1 year ago

See? This is why you have to wash your fruit before eating it.

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#10

This Person Throwing Pistachio Shells On The Floor Of An Airplane

This Person Throwing Pistachio Shells On The Floor Of An Airplane

bluecornersackofcrap Report

Marc
Community Member
1 year ago

Filthy person, she really is. This is nothing but disrespectful to the people who work there, who have to clean the mess afterwards, and to other passengers as well. I would call her out if I'd see that and I hope others did.

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#11

This Mother...

This Mother...

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Pseudo Puppy
Community Member
1 year ago

as a waitress, I've truly enjoyed telling these parents to pick up their (literally) shitty child & go to the bathrooms. Then blatantly got super-strong disinfectant and cleaned the table while their companions were still there.... and had to deal with the odours of the chemicals. "But madam, I must do this, due to the Health Hazard caused by you / your friend. And no, we can't move you to another table, as they're reserved. May I get you some dessert?" :D :D :D

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#12

Looks Like Some People Had A Celebration And Left All These Plastic Petals Behind, Which Were Being Blown Into The River. It Took Me A Half Hour To Clean The Damn Mess

Looks Like Some People Had A Celebration And Left All These Plastic Petals Behind, Which Were Being Blown Into The River. It Took Me A Half Hour To Clean The Damn Mess

TomberryServo Report

Foxxy
Community Member
1 year ago

Wtf, why use plastic petals in the first place. Use real petals or for a cheaper and environmentally friendly alternative hole punch a whole load of leaves and have leaf confetti.

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#13

This Woman Licked The Top Of A Blue Bell Tub Of Ice Cream, Put The Lid Back On And Placed It Back In The Store’s Freezer

This Woman Licked The Top Of A Blue Bell Tub Of Ice Cream, Put The Lid Back On And Placed It Back In The Store’s Freezer

BlindDensetsu Report

Pseudo Puppy
Community Member
1 year ago

if my friend did this... we'd no longer be friends. Jeez!!!!

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#14

My Neighborhood Has A Soccer Field And A Baseball Field, Which We Pay To Maintain For The Kids. Some ******* Decided It Would Be Fun To Do Donuts With His Truck, And Destroy The Entire Field For Everyone

My Neighborhood Has A Soccer Field And A Baseball Field, Which We Pay To Maintain For The Kids. Some ******* Decided It Would Be Fun To Do Donuts With His Truck, And Destroy The Entire Field For Everyone

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Toujin C'Thlu
Community Member
1 year ago

I absolutely hate people who destroy things just for fun.

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#15

Throwing The Community Electric Scooters Into The Water

Throwing The Community Electric Scooters Into The Water

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Toujin C'Thlu
Community Member
1 year ago

These people need to be arrested. This is right up there with the people who tore up that sports field.

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#16

There Was A Trash Can Literally Four Feet Away

There Was A Trash Can Literally Four Feet Away

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Ryo Bakura
Community Member
1 year ago

No excuse.

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#17

I Pay $125 A Month To Park In My Parking Spot. I’m 111B. This ******* Is My Neighbor

I Pay $125 A Month To Park In My Parking Spot. I’m 111B. This ******* Is My Neighbor

badbicth06 Report

Pseudo Puppy
Community Member
1 year ago

I'd regularly be deflating their tyres on my parking spot (without puncturing them)

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#18

Using The Only Fan In A Crowded, Warm Waiting Room To Cool Off Your Hot Box

Using The Only Fan In A Crowded, Warm Waiting Room To Cool Off Your Hot Box

Willoughbeatz Report

Charlotte Brine
Community Member
1 year ago

Ewww! Seriously woman, why the hell would you think this was ok to do?!

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#19

Man Tosses His Food Garbage In The Aisle Of A Plane When He’s Finished Eating

Man Tosses His Food Garbage In The Aisle Of A Plane When He’s Finished Eating

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Heins Zhammer
Community Member
1 year ago

where the flight crew at?

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#20

These Girls Taking Up 2 Seats Each While Other People Have To Stand

These Girls Taking Up 2 Seats Each While Other People Have To Stand

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Gabrielle Daylano
Community Member
1 year ago

When I was heavily pregnant, I had tot ride a really busy bus. Just one seat was free so I went to sit there. The whole bus was full of students. One stop later a old lady with a walking cane came in. No one stood up for her. So I did. That made me so angry. A whole bus full of healthy young people and the only one who is getting up and have to stand is a 7 month pregnant women.

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#21

People Hoping To Skip Queues By Standing Like This And Trying To Slip In

People Hoping To Skip Queues By Standing Like This And Trying To Slip In

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Annabell
Community Member
1 year ago

Last week I stood with my little son in a long, long line to buy an ice cream. I myself am obviously very pregnant and we stood there already for 15 minutes in the heat when a woman did just that. I walked around her with my son while my huge baby bump touched her and explained to my little boy loud and clear that you did not behave that way in lines, like this young woman did.

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#22

This Grown Man Throwing His Candy Wrappers For Me To Sweep Up During Work

This Grown Man Throwing His Candy Wrappers For Me To Sweep Up During Work

turtlesurvivalclub Report

Marc
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

No, just no. I would've called the manager or my boss or whoever and have him pick it up by himself. What is wrong with those people? Do they behave the same at their homes? Have no one ever set bounds to him?

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#23

This Lady Has Been On The Phone Since She Sat Down, While Her Kid Is Running Around Doing This To The Salt Shakers

This Lady Has Been On The Phone Since She Sat Down, While Her Kid Is Running Around Doing This To The Salt Shakers

Dog-On-The-Moon Report

Charlotte Brine
Community Member
1 year ago

What the ACTUAL FUCK?!? I don't know who I would be more angry at, the parent for not watching their child or whoever took this photo for not stepping in and informing the parent that their child is essentially killing themselves!

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#24

Another Arrow To The House From A Neighbor

Another Arrow To The House From A Neighbor

SolarMatter Report

Panda Kicki
Community Member
1 year ago

This was more like assult then rude, call the police!

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#25

Parents Who Raise Their Kids Saying It's Okay To Leave A Library Like This

Parents Who Raise Their Kids Saying It's Okay To Leave A Library Like This

Starman45FTW Report

Ryo Bakura
Community Member