Parents Are Embarrassing (18 Pics)

Parents have a certain knack for embarrassing their kids. Below are a few moms and dads that take things to a whole new level…

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13 Responses to Parents Are Embarrassing (18 Pics)

  1. Kelly says:

    That condom is now useless. Thanks, mom!

  2. L says:

    All these parents are awesome… except for the sweater one.

  3. Square says:

    at least half of these parents are emotionally abusing their kids
    that isnt cool at all ;n;

    • DC says:

      Half? Yeah, punishing your kid is emotional abuse.

      • jaybird says:

        It is when the only reason you’re doing it is to showcase what a creative and authoritative parent you are. Having them hold a sign in public regarding their wrongdoing accomplishes nothing but smug satisfaction for the parent. It only teaches the child not to get caught, not that what they did was wrong.

        A parent is supposed to punish their child, not humiliate them, no matter how fun or satisfying it might be. People could stand to treat their children with a little more compassion and understanding, instead of publicly shaming them.

        • youneedtobetold says:

          Are you serious? Have you ever wondered why kids are so rude and unruly these days? It’s because of this new trend of “compassionate parents”. Want to see your kids grow up unable to clip their own toenails? Let them do whatever they want.

          CHILDREN NEED DISCIPLINE.

          • TheCycleEndsWithMe says:

            The above comment said nothing about raising children with no discipline. Discipline, however, does not include humiliation. I think you have an ill-formed sense of what good discipline is. Discipline is ultimately structured training, and there are certainly VERY bad parental practices that do not ultimately lead to that. Humiliation is one of those bad practices that is counteractive to the ultimate goal.

          • thebrad says:

            I’m going to ahead and agree that sometimes some kids just need some hardass punishment. It’s embarrassing but, hey YOU DID JUST FUCK UP.

        • Priss says:

          This right here.

          To the commenter before me… I don’t know why YOUR kids are rude, spoiled shits, but mind learned lessons by my example. There’s a difference between discipline and revenge. There’s not even a fine line between the two.

          Parents who humiliate their children do it because it made them “look bad” as parents. That’s it.

    • Sam says:

      But you see, when a parent runs out of all other options of discipline and punishment, when all their resources have been used, they have to come up with other creative ways. This is actually not emotional abuse at all. It’s a way to get your kids attention for them to know that what they are doing is not allowed. Back in the 30′s, just spanking your child was a crime and then years down the road, you were allowed to spank them with a belt. That’s physical abuse. All of these punishments are not.

      I know this because I am studying to by a psychologist and because some of these pictures are close to the punishments I’ve had. Look at me, nothing mentally wrong. Also, I know a lot of people who were punished this way and there is nothing wrong with them.

  4. Know says:

    Emotional abuse?? Lol you obviously have never actually known anyone who was emotionally abused. This just looks like creative parenting in a world thats gone mad. These people are doing what they can to try and ensure their kids don’t keep fucking up. Anyone who would assume this is abuse should really just check out a few books on the subject or invest some time at a shelter for women. They’ll tell you about abuse. Thanks for your investment of thought but, next time put some actual BRAIN behind the words you say.

  5. Miranda says:

    Let’s see how most of you feel when you are a parent and its on your shoulders to NOT raise a serial killer, drunk driver, or school shooter. Trust me, it isn’t 20-20 hindsight!

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