Well, I guess I can relate my own horror stories here as well. Like the time I was thunked in the head by whipped potatos. That was a nightmare experience. We had alread begun eating when in came Bertha and her Brewd. Most of that families food wound up on the floor, I don't think the adults watching the kids ate, for that matter I don't think the kids ate. I never returned to that establishment.
It is an ideology that has become entrenched in north american society. The idea that humans are children as long as they live at home, and that now stretching into their thirties. And while a child is at home, they bear little to no responsiblity for themselves or their lot in life.
I know that I am in a minority here in saying this. But this was the truth of life untill the mid 1800's. And we as a specise servived well enough this way for thousands of years.
13/14 your an adult. Eat, sleep, drink, drive, vote, got to war, get married, adult. All that has happened by succesive generations saying "Oh no, not my Billie, Billie is to young to be an adult" is reckless parents that are doing the poor job or creating reckless little monsters that are now crowding our jails and judicial systems.
We have become bereft of responsability.
I do aplaud parrents that buck this trend. That take the time to dissiplin their kids, and to educate their kids in the propper aproach to courteouse human interaction.
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