... Isn't it funny when people who (I assume) don't have children get all judgey.
At the supermarket Jasper threw some paper so we told him to go pick it up, just as some chick stormed along with her trolley, but stopped right on top of the paper. Jasper Ran in front of her trolley, put his hand on it, push it a bit (few Cms not like into her, but just moved it so he could reach) and grabbed his piece of paper and ran back to us - like 3 meters away.
And this young, very made up, woman turned to me, looked totally outraged and said "control your kid! That was so dangerous!"
We just stared back before she spun and stormed off.
Lol. Righteo. Even her partner was telling her to calm down as they walked off.
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03-03-2013 15:11 #1
Just you wait...
03-03-2013 15:12 #2
I was also holding katelyn at the time and df had the trolley of groceries so I don't know what she expected from us. To dive and tackle him out of her way.
03-03-2013 15:15 #3
Why werent you babywearing and have your out of control child on a leash? Clearly this would have solved your problem. Outrageous
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03-03-2013 15:16 #4Senior Member
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Well my eyes have been opened to the dangers of the supermarket in more ways then one today. Omg, so dangerous - SOMEONE COULD'VE BEEN KILLED
03-03-2013 15:20 #5
I am realising more and more lately that many people seem to suffer from something I like to call 'stick up the butt' syndrome
03-03-2013 15:22 #6
03-03-2013 15:23 #7
I got in trouble from a random lady at the supermarket for DS1 touching a piece of fruit.
How does she think the fruit gets to the shelves? This is why you wash it before you eat it.
03-03-2013 15:47 #8
Hmmm maybe we should just ban trolleys altogether?! That way nobody can not put them back and no children will get run over by them
03-03-2013 16:41 #9
"Control your mouth!"
Cranky pregnant lady ahoy lmao. Honestly, she's in for a world of hurt when she has kids. My sister is a little the same, although for her she's more worried about DS putting his hands in his mouth/being a grot... Basically doing everything that children do.
For her it's an OCD cleaning thing but every time she does it or gets an anxious look on her face I'm all "Sis, when you have kids you're going to DIE with some of the stuff they get up to!".
To her credit she openly admits that she's being unrealistic when she gets uptight and I'm pretty sure she'll calm down. But people who don't have kids and get high and mighty? Hooo boy, first poo splosion in the middle of a shopping centre with your child screaming and putting their hands all over a shop window should cure the 'control your child' attitude pretty quickly lmao.
03-03-2013 16:44 #10
I hope you'll be putting that trolley back when your done with it booby!
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