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Ho ho holy shit, is that Santa?
Ha ha ha! I think you’re right.
First I’d get some of that miracle infomercial scratch remover/buffer junk, then I’d thank whoever wrote it for the sentiment. I long ago resigned myself to never owning undamaged things again. Furniture, appliances, cars, etc…….
Hope they took a picture, might help to be reminded in the future! You never know about blackmail roflol
I literally gasped out loud.
kinda cute but then i would b upset still
Jeebus, and I bitched about my coffee table sorry, but hey! it is cute.
They only “like” their mom and dad?
Well, it’s still better than “hate”, isn’t it?
Meh it’s just a vehicle.. But I am probably the minority in thinking that lol
apparently this kid only likes… not loves their parent. Love would have prevented this. LOL WOW. I cannot even stand think of the scratching noise!
naw, isnt that child sweet id be so pissed if one of my kids did that to my car, even though i accidentally keyed my own car by tripping over carrying pizza in a rush to get home to feed them hahaha.
in my big brothers favourite words “sh!t happens” atleast its cute and hopefully doesnt cost too much to fix, or else it can be a forever reminder of how much your child “likes” you
Look past the message and at the blatant disregard for other’s property.
That might be why children aren’t legally culpable for their actions until they reach a certain age. I’m figuring this is a younger kid! And when I was a kid, I opened an entire case of pop-top beer cans that were stored in the garage (they made the fizzy niose when they opened) AND I pulled up all my grandmother’s prized rhubarb plants (they made really cool “bombs” flying through the air. Again, I was a CHILD. I’m an adult now and wouldn’t dream of doing those things.
bwhahahahaha on the beer opening. what did your parents say about that LOL??
I rmbr being a child, and along with the other children on our block, we climbed onto our vacationing neighbor’s garage roof. We sat up there for hours playing make believe until our mother’s called up home for lunch. It wasn’t until one of us stepped on a nail in the driveway, that we were in DEEP trouble for ripping the shake shingles off and tossing them into the drive. Frankly, it didn’t phase any of us, the consequence of what we were doing even AS we were doing it. To this day I can honestly say I have never been so unaware of my actions, it was as if all logic had escaped my mind temporarily. NEVER give kids the benefit of the doubt to be safe and don’t assume they know better.
once when I was a kid my cousin convinced me throwing rocks at a the neighbors windows was something fun to do. I was a very level headed kid, never did bad things, and never got in trouble. afterwards, when my mom asked me why i would do that and didn’t i know it was wrong?! it seemed obvious, and i still wonder what was i thinking??? but at the time i was doing it, it honestly did not occur to me that the person who owned that house might be upset and i might get in trouble!
You make a really good point. I look back and stupid thing I did as a very kid and think, “What was I thinking? ” I wasn’t. I remember one time I had a stain in a shirt so I thought I would cut them out with scissors! Cut out stains? Good god.
I agree with the others. It’s not about disregard for property, it’s about having NO CLUE that it was inappropriate, or just plain not thinking. I can’t remember anything stupid I did, but I can remember a million things my siblings did, and now I have a bunch of nieces and nephews who do stupid things. To a kid, this isn’t any different than drawing on a wall. I bet they thought mom could just wipe it off if she didn’t like it, just like you do with the walls.
Laughing out loud. I love the differentiation on the hair…
Hey, it could have said I HATE instead of I LIKE…… just sayin, could be worse ;p
Looks like a child of about age 6-8 or so did that.
Letters (still big and rough), stick figure people (but proportionate).
Kids don’t understand property. They don’t understand costs of fixing or replacing (they don’t have jobs, so no income, so no understanding of cost). EVENTUALLY, they will understand. I would say “thank you, I like you too”, then remind them about keeping their love of writing and drawing on paper. Then the lesson about repairing by having them help you get those scratches out. Perhaps a lesson of property in which you walk by other cars and show them that those cars don’t have writing on them scratched in.
Like the others have said “sh!t happens”. No need to go overboard about it.
You’d say, “Thank you, I like you too?” Really? A hell of a lot more is in order than a thanks – more like thanks a lot for nothing. There are too many parents like you raising a generation of pussies. Pussies that grow up to one day vote.
Seriously? No spanking or mauling of the child? You’re retarded.
It’s kinda like those stick figure families people have on their back windows! You could totally start a new trend here.
…or maybe this is how the original person got the idea for those stickers in the first place…
It’s kind of like those stick figure families you see on the back of windows! You could start a new trend here.
I would have been slightly upset. But the message is sweet and obviously this child is just professing their love for their parents My son once wrote “I love the Cubs” on my wooden coffee table. My first reaction was not anger. He had no clue that it was wrong. All he was thinking was that he knew I loved the Cubs, and wanted a Cubs table lol. He actually lead me to the table saying “he had a surprise for me” Ya just gotta think like a kid I guess.
I am only laughing because it’s your car and not mine!
WOW — I know it is a car and all — but I would have to leave it — I would be so proud to drive it — then as soon as the child is 16 they would have to drive it!! I love it!!!
They should start you if they want to become car stylists
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