Okay curious time. Has anyone actually been to a take your child to work day? I know I never have. and at this point I just wonder if its just a thing we all say is a thing but bever experienced.
@Killing instincts , i went to them when i was a lot younger. My mom worked for the welfare office and they seemed to do it once a year or so
@Killing instincts , yes my dad works at a nuclear power plant and they used to have take your kids to work day and family day. he used to put me at a computer and have me play on MS paint while he did his work and I honestly thought he played on the computer all day for work
@Killing instincts , my grandma used to take me to hers at a grocery store. It was actually super fun.
@Killing instincts , seems like most government/government funded jobs still do it, went to many when I was a child, but my current job doesn't have them, though they do have a Christmas party that is a family ordeal
@Killing instincts , when I was little the Union Pacific threw a fair for their employees and their families. Not sure if they still do it, but it had some dope chilidogs.
@dandyhandy, yeah a utility company my parents worked for years ago did the same. Like a big carnival that they hosted and built. Random people could come too I think but they had to pay for entrance.
@Killing instincts , I went a few times when I was a kid. My dad worked for the state of Kentucky in the department of children’s benefits at that time.
@Killing instincts , back when I was in elementary school (I’m 31 now) I went a few times. It was extremely boring)
@Killing instincts , yeah my parents bring me to their work all the time. I can’t even get a day off. At least I get paid okay.
@Killing instincts , my dad was in Army SF, and they’d have base-wide family day and bring your kids to work day. He’d set me up on a computer and have me play OG Civ and Age of Empires. I was about 5 and didn’t know what the hell I was doing, but I do think it’s hilarious my dad had computer game CDs at his office. Thing is, he was a First Sergeant and in SF so it’s not like anyone could have said anything about it lol
@Killing instincts , I have, my dad works for a sheriff's office and they do a really cool tour for any kids who show up. Some highlights from the years I went were, watching SWAT repel down a building, playing with the bomb and drug dogs, getting to play with the bomb robot, tour of the prison, and one year they even flew in the police helicopter were we got to get inside and see what it was like.
@Killing instincts , my dad took me to "Take your daughter to work day". He didnt tell me it was meant for daughters until years later, but I dont care cuz that day was when I learned the magic of the space pinball game all pc's had back then.
@Killing instincts , my mother worked in a law office and she’d take me to work sometime. I was pretty young, so all I did was color and be bored out of my mind in meetings.
@The Big Hodge, ......lisa?
@Killing instincts , my dad was a banker and my mom is a night shift ER nurse. I waited for my dad to finish work after being dropped off a lot, and I think my mom would turn into another patient if I showed up at her work unexpectedly.
@PunnyBaker, no my name is Chris lol
@Killing instincts , I’ve never been to an official day for it, but my parents are business owners and I’d end up at work with them quite a bit
@Killing instincts , I went with my dad to work a couple times when we were less fortunate. Wasn't a father bring your kid day but he ran the business so there I was.
@BatmanAndDeadpool, that's cool we need more stories about cops like that to be public.
@Killing instincts , my mom was a teacher and my dad was the superintendent at my school, so I had bring your child to work day waaaaaay too often.
@Killing instincts , yea i did it when i was in grade 9, went out with my stepdads line crew
What child gets excited over clowns?
plot twist hegot a 2ndjob
They're hanging out with all the whores and c0cksuckers who also work with him
We had them but I never went to work with my parents. Dad was a builder and mom cleaned houses. Dads jobsite was too dangerous for me and my mom said "people dont like strangers in their house in case you break or steal something"
At 8 years old? Really?
*Hearty 50s businessman laugh*
Hahaha oh boy...