"Panties on a little to tight, their all in a TWITCH!"

~♥Little Miss - posted on 10/28/2011 ( 27 moms have responded )

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Ok, so what do you see that people have their panties all in a twitch about?? Music they let their kids listen to, movies they have their kids watch, over obsessive about attire...what have you seen that makes you think their panties are in a bunch???



**Edited to add** or maybe your own panties are in a twitch...about what?

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~♥Little Miss - posted on 10/29/2011

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I don't like it when my kids get so dirty there is dirt in the diaper or underwear, but it comes with the territory of being a kid....and having them. Throw them in the bath, they come out like new! Afraid the cloths will get stained? Don't buy expensive cloths, or reserve some old cloths and designate them as play cloths.

Katie - posted on 11/02/2011

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It makes me super angry when a parent knows that their kid is sick and brings them for a play date/to playgroup anyways. I mean a little case of the sniffles is one thing, and I get that they are most likely going to be contagious before they start showing symptoms, but even still. If your kid has been puking up a storm and has a fever don't bring him to my house!

Jennifer - posted on 10/29/2011

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Right now, my panties are in a wad about adults getting all in kids business. I'm not talking their own kids business(that's our job), but getting on FB and friending 14 to 19 year-old kids and lecturing like crazy, or worse, trying to be their bff. I'm leery of ANY 35 year old who is too friendly with my teens! I have plenty of teen 'friends', I work in a kid job, but my fb interaction is limited to "wow, you look nice in your pic" or "so was the movie good", I don't get into the he said she said drama. I think if a kid needs guidance, they will bring it to me, or if they do post crazy stuff, I'm calling the parent, not getting into it all over a public forum!!

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Amanda - posted on 11/02/2011

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I hate it when the local teenage wanna be gangster girls are on facebook posting about their latest fight and their parents are also on there cheering them on. What has happen to this world! My daugther also hates this because she knows shes getting a lecture about fighting, and how unlike their parents I will personally put the handcuffs on her for the police to take her away.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 11/02/2011

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Becky, I marked your comment as funny cause I cannot believe people would do that....in church of all places. Funny as hell....

Katie, that pisses me off too!

Stifler's - posted on 10/30/2011

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I hate when people think it's cute that their kid is a bully or has a bad attitude. It's not. One of my friend's kids is like "no logan you're not having my tigger' "logan's doing this logan's doing that" then pushes him over and bosses him around the whole time and snatches whatever he has his mum is like does nothing or ": he's used to being an only child" as if I give a fuck what he's used to. I want to backhand that kid.

Johnny - posted on 10/30/2011

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That is truly odd Becky. I don't think I've ever seen that, although it's not like I spend a lot of time in church ;-) But when I do, I know that would be extremely disrespectful behaviour.

I did see a couple totally making out, w/ tongue action and all over petting in a very very busy restaurant last weekend. Cactus Club for you Canadians. They were seated right in the middle of the place and were seriously all over each other. Everyone was staring. I'm not sure whether that or all the cops asking for ID checking for gangsters was a more memorable part of the experience. Sorry, off topic, I know.

In real life the only thing that really drives me looney with parents is when they allow or think it is funny when their kids are violent. It is not "cute" when Junior punches his dog in the face outside Starbucks. It's not "a phase" when little Sally is whacking other kids with the hockey stick at open gym. I know she probably learned that from watching an actual game, but a little parental guidance might help once in a while.

Stifler's - posted on 10/30/2011

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LOL! Why didn't they just stay home if they can't keep their hands off for 2 hours.

Becky - posted on 10/30/2011

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Okay, this one really has nothing to do with parenting, and some people might think it's petty or judgemental, but here's one that got me today. PDA in church. This morning in church, there were 2 couples sitting in front of us who were snuggling and even kissing (not making out, just a quick peck) throughout the service. That annoys me. I don't mind a couple holding hands or placing an arm around the shoulder, but when people are giving each other massages, running their hands through their SO's hair and kissing during the service, I find it distracting and inappropriate. I just don't really think that's the time or the place.
So yeah, there's my panties in a wad thing! :)

Katherine - posted on 10/30/2011

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Oh for FFS, kids get dirty. They do things adults wouldn't do.

I used to freak out when my daughters spit up on their brand new clothes now I could give a flying F.

I do get mad when someone pushes my kid on the playground and makes her bleed. THAT pisses me off. There's this one kid who's a terror.

I could choke him.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 10/30/2011

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I love Tom and Jerry also, so does my son. But I grew up on it. I never realized how violent it was until he started watching it.

Stifler's - posted on 10/30/2011

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Facebook. I'm tired of hearing how it's evil like as if kids never got into mischief or had sex before the internet.

Becky - posted on 10/29/2011

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Yeah, Scrooge uses words like moron and idiot referring to his friends. It didn't bother me in the least - I didn't even really notice it, until my 3 year old started calling his father that! (Not realizing it was a mean name, I don't think.) So no more Duck Tales for a while.

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TV and movies for kids has definitley changed. Everything now is educational and PC. Shrug. Doesn't really bother me either way.

To answer the OP...my mom thinks my panties are in a wad over the food I give my kids. E's stomach was hurting so I said it was probably the junk food she's had over the last day or so. She's eaten fast food the last few days, which is very abnormal for us. Mom said, "That's not junk food" then went on to lecture that if I don't let her eat sweets she'll gorge herself on them when she is around them. Whatever. I let the kid eat junk, I just don't keep it in my house. And fast food IS, in fact, junk food. Again, Shrug.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 10/29/2011

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It is amazing the language they used to get away with in children cartoons. What were our parents thinking? Then the wicked dangerous things they would do. LOL, it is a wonder we have survived.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 10/29/2011

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I used to watch duck tales. It has been so long, don't remember them saying things like that....but I guess thinking back...they did have that awfully dopey pilot...I could see them calling him names.

Becky - posted on 10/29/2011

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I agree with you Cynthia. We had to stop our kids watching "Duck Tales" for a while because they were starting to use words like moron and idiot. Why do they have to use words like that in kid's programs? I wouldn't mind if my kids called a thing stupid, but I don't want them using those kinds of words to refer to people, and it can be hard for young kids to get that differentiation. So we just don't let them use words like that at all.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 10/29/2011

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I get that Cynthia, I don't like my son saying those words either. Any hurtful word I try to eliminate from my home....but it is hard. He has heard me call myself fat before, and he will come to me at random times give me a hug and say "momma, I don't think you are fat"....it makes me cringe. I wish he never heard me say that.

Cynthia - posted on 10/29/2011

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maybe my panties are in a twitch. i call some words 'bad' words that a lot of people would say they are not bad. my son is not allowed to say hate, or stupid, or fat, he is not allowed to say heck or darn either. my sister and i got in an argument because my son said god darn it and i told him we don't say gd. she said he didn't say the bad word. he was standing right there...i heard what he said. it was bad enough. but then i hear her son yell, i hate you mom. is this a twitch am i the only mom that thinks a word dont have to be a cuss word to be a bad word

Leeann - posted on 10/29/2011

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My sisters were like that (clothes getting dirty) they would let them come to my house, and I dont have grass in my front yard, just dirt. never could understand how they would say dont get dirty when they were kinda surrounded by dirt.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 10/28/2011

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Another parent I saw freaking out because her kids was getting licked in the face by her own dog.....I mean...don't own a dog if you are concerned about this...cause guess what???? They are gonna share food, drinks and much more!

~♥Little Miss - posted on 10/28/2011

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I saw this mom at school last year yelling at one of the teachers because her son got his shirt dirty at school. Like...really???

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