The kid in the park, who was on a leash I might add, looked at us and yelled "stranger danger" before hiding behind his dad
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Sounds like dad should have bought a shock collar to go with that leash to keep junior quiet
If the darkened van fits...
He must have seen your inner pedobear...
@MissCandy: I work w/ preschoolers and kindergartners w/ special needs and most of them unless you want to lose them, must be held at all times. It's difficult for some parents to keep an eye on their children when they're outside. Esp. if they have Autism or other kinds of disorders.
Or if theyre bad parents which coincidentally is usually the case, I'm sure they all appreciate you alleviating that responsibility with excuses though
MitchGuy- do the world a favor and go play in traffic
@sal, I run a childcare facility with up to 99 kids on any given day. We see first hand how horrible children can be if not taught self control by their. Yes, special needs can be a different story but even autistic children can listen to their parents and learn how to behave quote well. And special needs or not, unless the Pareto is at the park with 5 other kids it would be an excellent opportunity to teach.
I'm ok with kids on leashes. Anyone saying against it is a dirty hippy who has gotten it in their heads that children are anything but animals.
Stop dressing like a Teletubbie!
Michguy I thought I told you to think before you post from now on
Love it! "stranger danger!"
LMAO! Great text, I do feel bad for that child though. Children do not belong on a leash!! (I did use them 1 time but only cause ATL airport with 2 year old twins while traveling alone didn't sound safe.) dogs belong on a leash, children must be taught self discipline.
Leash Laws For ALL Children!
Well the white van is kinda suspicious?
Smart kid. Did you forget to dress again?