Literally my wife when she has my cum in her mouth. I’m not being funny; it literally goes just like this.
What a good kid. Nothing like mine.
Well done parents!
@Majesticmoose00, id rather have my kids politely indicate that they did not. The white lie helps no one.
@Jdasher5744, but this is obvious that he didn't like it. So the white lie is polite and trivial, which is when they are supposed to be used. white lies aren't to help someone, they're to not hurt them when there are no stakes. lying about the taste of coconut juice is fine because it isn't something that the server prepared or controls.
He knows to try things, say no thank you, and maintain composure.
Way better than most kids reactions.
@Majesticmoose00, if I were to make food for people I would want their honest opinion. A white lie to save my feelings prevents me from growing and improving on my cooking. Maybe not all white lies are harmful but from what I've seen they encourage false ideas and are indirectly harmful. Every situation is different and there is no right or wrong answer but I wouldn't teach my kids this behavior, the politeness yes but not the lying part.
@lilwhiteboyz, it is a coconut. You don't make them for people, you open them.
@Majesticmoose00, LOL I was actually going to say in the first comment that you were sticking to this specific situation too much but I took it out. I'm talking about the broad scheme of things. Jdasher was talking about how he wouldn't want his kids to white lie and I was expanding on that idea.
@lilwhiteboyz, if there are stakes to the lie, it is not a white lie. White lies, have no actual stakes, thus lying about the taste of a coconut is fine because telling the truth and telling the lie have the same result.
If there are stakes in the lie, it is just a lie, not a white lie.
@Majesticmoose00, say the kid was older and better at lying. Should I then keep buying him coconut juice since he said he liked it. I've heard of people taking shìt like that so far that they were wasting a lot of stuff because they were already too deep in the lie.
@lilwhiteboyz, in cooking, if a person is making a recipe that they found, and asking how it is, there are multiple potential stakes.
Either, no matter what you say, they are going to continue making the recipe OR what you say will determine the future outcome of the recipe because they are going to change it based on your response.
The former, would result in white lies (of you told one), because no matter what you say it yields the same result.
In the 2nd one, (your initial scenario about you improving your cooking) a lie would potentially have more weight, because of a missed opportunity to improve.
Do you see the difference?
@Majesticmoose00, theres always stakes involved. Sometimes we just don't see what they are.
Frankly I'm more offended by someone telling me a lie than by someone trying to save my feelings.
Truth always is more important than feelings.
@Majesticmoose00, some people eg? No such thing as white lies. A lie is always a lie. Worst part is, just because you think something is harmless, doesnt make it that way.
This is in a way how divorces happen... wife makes her husband favorite dish for a special day... because he tell her every time he lies it... turns out he lied every time to make her feel good... it finally comes out.... now she doesnt know what to trust him about... if he doesnt have the honesty to tell her the truth about simple things what other lies did he tell her?
@phalcon , look at what I wrote previously. You missed it apparently.
What a sweet child.
I’ll bet the other straw is the one that tastes better.
It also depends on the kid. My youngest would have been exactly like this, wheras her older sister would’ve Van Damme kicked it out of my hand
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