• Is saying never mind considered talking back?

    Best answer: It is not disrespectful to tell your mom your friend is graduating if she doesn't care, you were just telling her something, she should never hit you for saying that, she should never hit you at all, that is abuse, never mind is not starting an argument, it is just cutting the other person off for wanting more... show more
    Best answer: It is not disrespectful to tell your mom your friend is graduating if she doesn't care, you were just telling her something, she should never hit you for saying that, she should never hit you at all, that is abuse, never mind is not starting an argument, it is just cutting the other person off for wanting more information, my husband and daughter do that, they start to say something, and they say never mind, and it drives me crazy!! So I sit there and let them finish what they were saying.

    You should keep talking if you have more to say, but if you ended the conversation, then you are done and nothing more to say.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should I put my son back in diapers if he keeps having skid marks?

    His white underwear has brown from not wiping properly. He's ten years old but I think diapers might get his attention. How long should he have to wear them?
    His white underwear has brown from not wiping properly. He's ten years old but I think diapers might get his attention. How long should he have to wear them?
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • If the Russians gave Trump a victory in the presidency, how can we remove him and start over to give Hillary the election?

    Best answer: We cannot "give Hillary" the election. That is not how our polity and electoral system work.

    You know that.

    So, if you are as disgusted by little Donnie as other educated and intelligent voters are, then grow up and get serious. Mere trolling here is a waste of time.
    Best answer: We cannot "give Hillary" the election. That is not how our polity and electoral system work.

    You know that.

    So, if you are as disgusted by little Donnie as other educated and intelligent voters are, then grow up and get serious. Mere trolling here is a waste of time.
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • How do you find x?

    How do you find x?

    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • Problem with the school bus driver?

    Best answer: My child's bus will stop. We also have an app to track the bus. He should of stop, and most likely making an excuse.
    Best answer: My child's bus will stop. We also have an app to track the bus. He should of stop, and most likely making an excuse.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • If Superman was real and he decided to rid the world of nuclear weapons like he did in Superman 4, would you support him or oppose him?

    Best answer: Support him. Humans can't be trusted with nuclear weapons. We can barely be trusted with sharpened sticks.
    Best answer: Support him. Humans can't be trusted with nuclear weapons. We can barely be trusted with sharpened sticks.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Poll: do you consider this childish/immature?

    A really jealous girl called me (years ago) in the middle of the night 8 times 7 of them were less than a minute to 2 minutes apart from each other. Plus she was texting me nonstop. She hated me before she met me because we like the same guy and she knew I had a chance with him.
    A really jealous girl called me (years ago) in the middle of the night 8 times 7 of them were less than a minute to 2 minutes apart from each other. Plus she was texting me nonstop. She hated me before she met me because we like the same guy and she knew I had a chance with him.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Should I punish my son (12 y.o.) for crying when he was being bullied?

    Apparently a kid was pushing and name calling at lunch with everyone looking on. My son started to cry. Is this cause for punishment? And if so, what should it be?
    Apparently a kid was pushing and name calling at lunch with everyone looking on. My son started to cry. Is this cause for punishment? And if so, what should it be?
    10 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Teacher revoking earned privileges?

    I have a daughter in 7th grade right now and she is in the school band class. At the end of the year all the band and chorus kids get to go on a field trip to 6 flags if they have one, maintained at least a C all year, and 2, attended every dress rehearsal and concert. My daughter had met both these conditions and... show more
    I have a daughter in 7th grade right now and she is in the school band class. At the end of the year all the band and chorus kids get to go on a field trip to 6 flags if they have one, maintained at least a C all year, and 2, attended every dress rehearsal and concert. My daughter had met both these conditions and today her teacher informed her she won t be allowed on the field trip because she feel my daughter hasn t earned it. Now, my daughter has ADHD and can get easily excited though it is under control through medication to the point where most people wont notice. The most reprimandation she has received for it in this class has been sitting in the back until she calms down.I understand it can be frustrating sometimes, but my daughter has met every criteria to go the same as any other student in the class as well as all her friends and I dont think its fair that she alone is prohibited from going simply because the teacher doesn t like her. There have been other times in the year where my daughter has been singled out by this teacher before. Is this fair? Is there anything I can do?
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • How should I confront my kids Bus Driver and Bus monitor?

    Best answer: oh hell no you better talk to an someone about that ,them driver don't care about anyones kids all they care about is a paycheck .
    Best answer: oh hell no you better talk to an someone about that ,them driver don't care about anyones kids all they care about is a paycheck .
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • My brother is 13 and keeps threatening to beat up my dad when he’s older. They’ve fought before physically. Is he likely to?

    Best answer: take him to some anger management classes
    Best answer: take him to some anger management classes
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Boyfriends 8 1/2 yr old daughter completely jealous of our relationship, please help?!?

    Best answer: Back off from this relationship, and insist this girl get therapy. She is obviously disturbed, and needs help right away. There is nothing good in your future, if you stay with him- you're leaving yourself open to being a target, all the while she gets no help. The things you did ncely for her were rookie... show more
    Best answer: Back off from this relationship, and insist this girl get therapy. She is obviously disturbed, and needs help right away. There is nothing good in your future, if you stay with him- you're leaving yourself open to being a target, all the while she gets no help. The things you did ncely for her were rookie mistakes. She's has a rough time, and one could suspect much more than just separation issues with parents who aren't together.

    In short, you don't want to be a part of this situation. It's going to get worse before it gets better, and she sees you as a safe target. Given that her father hasn't taken control of the situation, you can expect it won't get better. Smart money says she gets pregnant as soon as she can, and is in juvenile detention shortly thereafter- or jail. She shouldn't be anywhere near an infant.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Would the Christian God make a good member of the X-Men?

    Best answer: You'd never know if he was about.
    And he's totally unreliable...
    So, no.
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    Best answer: You'd never know if he was about.
    And he's totally unreliable...
    So, no.
    ~
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • How can a parent deal with sibling rivalry in a two 7 and 11 year olds?

    My 7 year old girl has a “don’t tell me what to do” attitude towards her sister, who has the tendency to be “authority”. She may purposely rebel against everything her sister tells her NOT to do. That angers my older daughter a lot, and the younger one is glad to see her so upset. I can’t leave my children alone... show more
    My 7 year old girl has a “don’t tell me what to do” attitude towards her sister, who has the tendency to be “authority”. She may purposely rebel against everything her sister tells her NOT to do. That angers my older daughter a lot, and the younger one is glad to see her so upset. I can’t leave my children alone for 15 minutes in the room without any conflict going on. It stresses me out so much when we go out, and the smallest thing can turn into the biggest fights. They say the most hurtful things about each other (e.g that the other child shouldn’t have been born).
    6 answers · 1 month ago