August 14, 2012
Something Wonderful: "First Love" and "Romance"
Posted by gerardvanderleun at August 14, 2012 3:07 PM
Teaching a kid to use vulgar language is not far removed from child abuse.
Don't be daft man. "They" didn't teach the kid anything. In fact he probably taught them a thing or two about the subject..er subjects, women and cursing that is. Only a real expert in both can distinguish between the two most of the time. The kid is just starting to learn.
I guess the best that can be said about this is that the kid probably didn't understand a thing he was saying, just memorized some weird rant written by an adult. Poor kid, being used like that.
When was the last time someone got an ulcer worrying over the fickled nature of love from their pet?
^Pedants. They ruin the Internet.^
Meanwhile, I'm forwarding this to the Manosphere, that jolly bunch of men who have made just such declarations of independence after realizing that today's girls aren't worth the effort.
Something Wonderful? Listening to a young child spout profanities?
I normally love your blog and your posts are Wonderful, but this was a bad call.
I don't know if it got better at the end, I couldn't finish watching it.
A brilliant review of my dating experience right up until the big hurt that took me out of the 'love' game for about a decade (and into serious bad man territory - sorry 'bout that, ladies, if you want the name/number of the woman who caused it, lemme know) until a truly fantastic soul entered my world and destroyed the massive wall around my heart.
*p.s. Yes, it's vulgar. Such is our world, especially that of the U.K. Missing the message for the words is just the sort of P.C. shiite that makes this such a miserable time to be alive.
Our world doesn't have to be vulgar.
Random thought while wrestling with the issue of three year British children using profanity
If a three year old can talk for three minutes without the aid of a teleprompter, why can't our current president?