Jul. 9th, 2017 05:06 am
elsewhence: (warning it's raining men)
[personal profile] elsewhence
it honestly seems like arsehole neighbours routinely leave their children at home alone during the night and therefore are just plain not able to supervise what they get up to (like screaming at their gaming buddies through teamspeak for hours on end and making it impossible for their neighbours to get restful sleep), and i'm so looking forward to all the trouble that could get them into. i mean look, from what i've been able to glean, the two who are causing the problem are 13 and 14-15, and their younger sister is 10 at the very most? it would be okay to leave them alone for one night every once in a while, but not on a regular basis...

what a shining example of people who should not have had nearly as many children as they actually did. they're clearly not qualified for parenting. i mean, i think the reason they're not around every night is because of their jobs and not anything unsavoury, but if your jobs make it impossible for at least one of you to be home with your children every night, they are the wrong fucking jobs. you gave up the luxury of being able to pick the highest-paying job no matter what the working conditions are when you decided to reproduce!

Date: 2017-07-09 03:30 am (UTC)
beheretinnitus: (Default)
From: [personal profile] beheretinnitus
I'm with you. Once in a while is okay, but every night? That's a problem.