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Yurvette [♥] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Hyrule Castle, LZ, San Marino 36703 posts
15th Jun '13
Quoting draven:" My kids have seen the Jackass movies, my daughter got a big kick out of seeing dudes p***s. She said ... [snip!] ... dudes p***s. She said eww old man junk. She is 8 watched it a couple years ago. BTW. We allow our kids to watch most anything."


My son thought it was stupid towards the end. He was like "I am sick of watching this, why are these guys wanting to hurt themselves." I got a kick out of hearing him say that because I know in a few short years he is going to start doing shit like that.

draven 5 kids; Florida 724 posts
15th Jun '13

My 3 year old loves ridiculousness, he said he can't wait to be bigger and get hurt it looks like fun. then I found out he was talking about skateboards, he loves skateboards.

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
15th Jun '13
Quoting draven:" My 3 year old loves ridiculousness, he said he can't wait to be bigger and get hurt it looks like fun. then I found out he was talking about skateboards, he loves skateboards."


I don't see anything remotely amusing about either of your posts...

draven 5 kids; Florida 724 posts
15th Jun '13

I'm sorry .. but they are my kids. My kids do not watch people screwing like crazy or anything. I always watched what my parents watched, my dad was uncomfortable with any scene that had kissing and or more. My kids watch what we watch, most of the time. Also, I'm not actually shoving penises in my daughter's face, she just happened to walk by. But she knows a body is a body no big deal.

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
15th Jun '13
Quoting draven:" I'm sorry .. but they are my kids. My kids do not watch people screwing like crazy or anything. I always ... [snip!] ... not actually shoving penises in my daughter's face, she just happened to walk by. But she knows a body is a body no big deal."

"My kids have seen the Jackass movies, my daughter got a big kick out of seeing dudes p***s."



"Also, I'm not actually shoving penises in my daughter's face, she just happened to walk by."



Ya they're your kids and I never once said you can't do what you want with them. I'm just disagreeing, because I can't see how letting your child see dicks on tv and your son talk about wanting to hurt himself because it's fun, amusing. I would be horrified if my child said that...

draven 5 kids; Florida 724 posts
15th Jun '13

It's like dicks gone crazy over here. Um no. And my three year old just wants to ride skateboards, he has had an obsession with them for almost two years, so I don't take words literally from him. He just wants to be big and try tricks ... even if he gets a little hurt. He is three it's all just wishing.

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
15th Jun '13
Quoting draven:" It's like dicks gone crazy over here. Um no. And my three year old just wants to ride skateboards, he ... [snip!] ... from him. He just wants to be big and try tricks ... even if he gets a little hurt. He is three it's all just wishing. "

Hey, say what you want. You don't need to defend your "parenting" if you feel your right. I am just disagreeing with letting children watch that movie and your amusements towards their reactions.

Mama Rice 34 kids; North Las Vegas, Nevada 11980 posts
15th Jun '13

I am a Law and Order SVU junkie. LOL As long as there is no n****y or g*****c sex scenes I will watch it in front of them.

draven 5 kids; Florida 724 posts
15th Jun '13
Quoting Kayla [:)]♥:" I saw the 1st at 12... I PERSONALLY would not let my kids watch it, because if it were on it'd be solely ... [snip!] ... for them. I can't stand those shows, it gives me bad anxiety. I don't even enjoy watching people get hurt on failblog. :lol:"

I'm not impressed byy any of those , they are not that funny to me at all. All the gross stuff they do is just weird. My husband likes it though.

TheNuge 1 child; Pennsylvania 23152 posts
15th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Severus Snape:</b>" To clarify I don't mean pornographic etc. I mean a normal shows made for adults. Example CSI, Walking ... [snip!] ... So what do you all think? Looking for input on my situation and your rules in general of tv watching in your house. TIA all"</blockquote>




Our daughter is 4 1/2. We don't watch adult TV or news with her around. TV is limited and when it's on it's land stuff.
No need to expose her to awful adult drama and violence at this age.

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
15th Jun '13

At that age I dont think it makes a difference, but for my family no I dont sensor what is watched.
My 4 yr old loves Vampire Diaries, and we all watch Criminal minds and CSI together, they watch the simpsons and family guy, they are 11 and 4 (almost 5) and 16 months old. We watch the news every day at 6pm as a family, I think its important for my kids to be aware of what goes on around in the world we live in.

I honestly do not believe in censorship for tv and music. But p**n is something that is a no. lol

justanothamotha Due January 20; 130 kids; Climax, Michigan 5120 posts
16th Jun '13
Quoting TheNuge:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Severus Snape:</b>" To clarify I don't mean pornographic etc. ... [snip!] ... around. TV is limited and when it's on it's land stuff. No need to expose her to awful adult drama and violence at this age."

This. My oldest is 6 & the scariest he gets to watch is goosebumps. He loves scary things & begs for it because he has friends that watch stuff, but not happening. You get to be a kid once, you get to be corrupted forever. I cant' possibly see the benefit of letting him watch it & if he has nightmares or gets freaked out, we'll both pay for that.



I sensor some sex stuff, but less of that. I cant' fathom WHY people think violence is okay to watch & sex is not. I HOPE my kids are NEVER violent in their lives. I HOPE they never witness significant violence. I EXPECT they will be sexual at some point. So it seems backasswards people freak over sex & not over violence. I wont' let my kids watch pron, but a sex scene on a show between married adults that isn't trashy I really wouldn't care. Sad thing is, those are rare so my kids pretty much never see that either.



Mostly they just don't watch much TV. We only have Netflix anyway to eliminate a LOT of that. I have the remote & when a show is over I don't have to worry over what is coming on next.

The Master 2 kids; Perth, Australia 19989 posts
16th Jun '13

My son is 2 and I've watched a decent amount of Bones, Supernatural, and Doctor Who around him. One of his favourite shows is Top Gear and I've got in trouble for letting him watch that before because apparently it promotes dangerous driving.

Samefa Delano, Minnesota 427 posts
16th Jun '13

I think it's great it;s better they see n****y on a screen than in real life LOL-what's nice is now days they actually have n**e men in movies-growing up I don't recall seeing that! Finally equal rights lol