Isn't it time for parents to bow down and serve to us kids?!

YES!
42.1%
16 votes
No
57.9%
22 votes
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Comments (15)

Foxyplays1
What the heack?! GOD NO!!!
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on February 14, 2016
Noescaping
Not really they made us
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on January 18, 2016
Amanda_drink_me
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on December 05, 2015
Marvel_Gleek
No. We should respect our parents.
Also, it would be horrible if you grow up and have kids but have to serve them!
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on November 02, 2015
breann.west.5
No, but they SHOULD leave our private internet history alone. What do they think we're doing, reading porn? *pervy smirk* Jk, jk.
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DipperPinesShades
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on April 03, 2016
Amanda_drink_me
HELL YEAH
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on December 05, 2015
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on August 12, 2015
AwesomeGirl123
i guess...
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on June 27, 2015
Ducki
No! They already do all they can for us, and WE should be the thankful ones!
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on June 20, 2015
Kurusu
Nope. They already do. B3
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on June 20, 2015
BlueTurkey
Uh no. If at all, we should be bowing down to our parents. I mean your mother spent about 9 months of pain and then has paid over millions of bucks just for your necessaries and happiness.
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kay456
what about chores?school? hu huh?
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AwesomeGirl123
ok that is just cruel
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on June 27, 2015
BlueTurkey
Now stop acting like a spoiled brat. Your parents obviously don't abuse you since you have Internet and a device that allows you to access Qfeast.
I'm sorry you got in a fight with mommy and daddy, now cry my a river and get over it.
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on June 21, 2015
BlueTurkey
Chores are to help you in the real world. They teach you when you're first out in the world how to take care of where you're living.
If they didn't make you take out the trash, or make you sweep the floor, would you know how to do them when you got out into the real world? Most likely not!
By law in the United States, (and many other countries), you must go to See More▼
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on June 21, 2015
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on June 20, 2015