I hate kids like this
@SaxtonBilliousHale , I hate parents like this. Control your brat.
@Here Comes Treble, while I want to agree with you, I think its important to remember that a child's behavior is largely nature over nurture. Meaning that the parenting has minimal affects, behavior is mostly genetic. I agree that this parent wasn't doing jack to stop this little demon, but I just feel the need to play devil's advocate. Sorry for the long comment. Have a lovely day.
@normally weird, source for your bullsh... I mean opinion, please. That statement is ridiculous.
@Whatssofunny, I'm afraid my AP Psych textbook I've been studying for the past year is not online. But I will present a link to an article which discusses twins separated at birth. Identical twins raised in different environments behave far more alike than fraternal twins raised in the same house. That is an excellent example of how nature has more of an effect than nurture. I probably shouldn't have said "minimal effects" and true that I'm not sure how much aggression is affected by it. But I know that as time goes on, the offspring starts behaving almost exactly like their parents (their little quirks, how much they drink, aggression, etc). Is this always true? No. Is it what most researchers have concluded, yes. But the nature vs. nurture debate is still ever present. This has been a very long message so I apologize sincerely for wasting your time. I'll leave you the link. Have a wonderful day(: http://m.livescience.com/47288-twin-study-importance-of-genetics.html
@normally weird, twins are completely different than regular kids or even fraternal twins. I have 4 children and they were raised to not act like this and to always be respectful. My kids went to school with children who were taught that all they had to do was sick mom and dad on any problem and the problem would magically disappear. This is bull. These same kids are now screwed up because of this. If this was my child ramming his cart like this on someone, you can be damn sure the cart would be taken away and the child would be punished. Immediately. Reading up on this is a whole different world than raising a child. I'm not trying to be mean it just makes me mad when it seems like people are trying to excuse this behavior.
@Here Comes Treble, you're not being mean in the slightest and I thank you for expressing your opinion. I was in no way trying to defend this child but I can easily see how I came across that way. Great job raising your kids and I hope I haven't been a bother to you(: Take care.
He should have poured it on the mom; she was the one letting her kid be a little a$&.
@Miss Nomer, I agree. My mom would have never let me do that crap! I would've gotten a spanking when I got home. She gave us time to dread our punishment and seriously regret what we did.
@Little Blue Cat, you kidding my mom woulda spanked me there if i did something like that
He deserved it. Hope he cried after.
@RevNateBootylove, I hope he's lactose intolerant. Wait I don't think that's how it works
@RevNateBootylove, he started to at the end
@RevNateBootylove, normally I would agree, but this seemed like a situation he should have just let it go. The reaction seems a bit excessive. This kid will feel sticky all the way home and potentially mess up the car and his clothes now need to be washed... All for 3 bumps to the shin from a kid cart
@BunnyGruff, I doubt he only did it three times. I have a three year old cousin that does things like this SOMANYTIMESITSTUPID and won't ever stop. I've wanted to do a lot worse to him than pour milk on his head.
If I was this kid's dad, I'd have snatched his ass up and given him a whooping right in front of everyone. Also, a whooping is not a beating.
@Ricktatorship, hell, my dad would've punched me!
Got milk you little bastard?
The full length version of the clip shows how patient she actually was. She asked the mother to stop her son but she didn't do a damn thing. This is one of the most satisfying videos I've seen. And I've seen Abigaile Johnson in interracial
@Unkle77, name of video? Please
@WhatTheEck98, googling those three key words should do the trick
@Unkle77, you! I trusted you! I was in public!
@Unkle77, also googling porn in McDonald's is a quick way to get the people behind you to give you dirty looks
@Unkle77, on a second read I now realize that you where indeed helping him find the video of miss Johnson, I apologize for my outrage, could you perhaps tell me how to find the full video of the gif?
@MyOdishIsNamedSyther, same advice really, google helps in all sorts of ways
He even asked the mom multiple times to get her kid to stop ramming it into his legs but she blew him off and kept talking on the phone
He deserved that
DISRESPECT YOUR SURROUNDING!!!
50 shades of elementary school
The mother seemed unphased by this
The pour!!!! Coming to CBS.
He had it coming
Should have given him "The Slap"...?
More people should do this. Parents can just lie back and let society eradicate the dickhead out of their kids.
The mom just stands there..I woulda poured it on here instead.
Maybe I should start proof reading lol
Overused or not, give this guy a freaking medal!!
The size of that cart is disturbing
@poopnuggets, they're supposed to be for little kids. My local grocery store has them with a flag attached that says "customer in training" or something like that
@The Akron AWOL, lifelong loyalty and customer targeting is getting a bit ridiculous
@The Akron AWOL, Wegmans?
@The Akron AWOL, the grocery store I work for has them too. I thought they were for the short people I work with but I was wrong