1. Anonymous
    @ 3:12 am

    The problem here is that parents (especially mothers) feel they are entitled to everything by society. Centrelink baby bonus payments? Sure. Parking spots at shopping centres? Of course.

    Having a kid is a lifestyle choice. If you want to lose the best years of your life with lack of sleep, cleaning up after it, teaching it not to pick it's nose and then wiping it on the couch – go


  2. toushka lee
    @ 3:32 am

    I agree that some people should need a license to have children. I wish that was the case.
    this comment though? "If you didn't want that job why open your legs and sign up for it?" Disgusting and most likely the reason you commented anonymously.

    I think if the parents of said children modeled consideration for others, then the children would learn from them. But not


  3. Alex aka WHOA MUMMA!
    @ 7:28 am

    I used to work at Movie World and I used to see that sort of stuff all the time. Kids running down ramps like maniacs while their parents said nothing. Sure enough most of them ended up stacking it and we'd get rude comments about how the path was unsafe. WTF?!

    I hate complacent parents in playgrounds who let their kids play while they sit on a bench having coffee and gossiping


  4. Vicky Finch
    @ 11:45 am

    I have recently returned to work, and are working in retail for the first time in my life. It's an eye opener that's for sure! Recently there was a child running around the shop screaming, and neither her mother or aunts did anything to stop it. I was pretty gob smacked actually.


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