+46According to you, is it normal that the teenage crisis lasts up to twenties especially for a boy. My son,a college student doesn't obey or respect his parents any more, is coming home late in the night and breaks all the home rules, Last week, he decided to wear old denim hot shorts all the time ,He is lazing out and often skips his classes , Naturally, his grades are appalling. What, a responsible parent who pays totally for his tuition,can do. Is it advisable before urging him to leave home ,to use as a last resort some forms of corporal punishments like spanking or strapping to help him to amend, amirite?
+63When you are sent to your room as a child, you figure your parents are also ruminating over it. As a parent, you just go right back to watching TV. amirite?
+76Our grandparents and parents are complaining about we using our phones too much and playing videogames because it's bad for your eyes but then they proceed to watch the tv all day. amirite?
+64The only way you'll learn about life is to catch your parents in a compromising position, amirite?
-69Trump is giving inspiration to a new generation of kids. Kids would be told 'Believe in yourself, you can be anything when you grow up, you could be President'. The kids and the parents both knew that there was no chance of it actually happening. Now, it's a genuine possibility. Amirite? More
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+68Your parents possibly start saying they want grandchildren because they miss you being a child and want a mini you replacement. amirite?
+48Kids today totally have the right to look their parents in the eye and say " look this is what happens when your in charge... Give it a break", amirite?
+26As crotch spawn begin rampaging round living rooms, many parents will discover than no, it wasn't the teacher that was the problem. amirite?
+41Most of us grew up with cell phone numbers very similar to our parents/siblings, making then easier to remember. Couples now can have vastly different number from each other and even from their kids. amirite?
+57The "gifted" classmates in grade-school, were the kids that had good parents and a stable home environment. amirite?