Black Parenting : Irresponsible mothers..

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    So i was at asda doing a bit of shopping, asda was quite dead, not many people shopping at these times. As i am going to pay, i notice a white woman with a little child.. And shes looking at me saying to another woman (asda team member) 'this child has been following me around, i dont know who her parents are, im thinking fml! I saw a few black girls earlier chatting away on one of the aisles, i paid them no attention and carried on with what i was doing. So as i was about to walk out, i saw the group of black girls paying and walking towards the exit, and the poor child was near the exit with a member of the asda staff. When the mother of the child realise her child was at the exit, she said to her friend, 'i cant believe i lost it', then started shouting '******* hell, i didnt even realise she was gone' i walked out shaking my head, thinking theres got to be more to life than this. Theres people out there that have been trying for years to have children, and still havent got one, and then theres ratchet hoes out here losing their children.. Changes need to be made!
     
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    :10500: what is asda?
     
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    maybe the people you saw were not too intelligent.
    they may be young and inexperienced. doesn't mean that they are bad people.

    motherhood is a skill that has to be learned.
     
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    No they were grown women.. They looked grown to me. Irresponsible!
     
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    What is asda?
     
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    She's not worth marrying if her mother didn't teach her at home.
     
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    The name under which Wallmart trades here in the UK, and they're kicking arse, are cheaper for most things than Tesco, Sainsburys and Waitrose, Morrisons and Iceland/the other big supermarket chains!

    Initially only working class/lower income earners would shop at Asda but if the social bracket I've seen at busy times at the Clapham Junction branch/London [a formerly mostly working class area near to the always middle class Clapham Common, Balham, Wandsworth border] a growing number of very obviously middle class types are taking advantage too of the lower prices for same brands/reasonable prices for their own brands mix; times must be hard, EH?.

    Generally I'm often frightened by just how casual some mothers are about the whereabouts of toddlers who are under 5, whereas even when my children [I've got 3] were 10 years old I wouldn't let them out of my sight, would hold their hands near busy road traffic, thus can you imagine my discomfort at the so casual manner in which mothers across a quite wide social spectrum seem so relaxed/allow under 5's to be 10 to 20 feet away from them on the pavement of busy busy roads without guardrails/anything to stop them going straight into the road?

    Is this MADNESS just going on here in the UK or is this pandemic of BRAIN DEATH worldwide?

    Isn’t ANYONE who genuinely believes they are not programmed
    graphically illustrating that their programming is COMPLETE?
     
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    LOL!!!! My man! :toast: :lol:
     
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    :SuN020: yes
     
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    You lost me here. Why do you call the women "ratchet hoes?"

    It seems that she got distracted from her shopping experience. I get that one may think--"Well, she's out with her children so she should focus on her children"--but realistically she was out grocery shopping and she brought her kids. Yes, she should focus on her children first and foremost, yet one is hardly a 'ratchet hoe' for being overwhelmed.

    I went shopping with my wife and paid attention to her bag in case of a burglar. But looking into prices, the bag escaped my mind momentarily. Yes, a bag and a child are incomparable. Yet, it seems that the child walked off--and it seems that the shopper had no man to stand guard--which is the real problem.
     
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