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Because I said so...?

Author: extrEMO
ASL Info:    18. Ima guy. NC
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Because I said so...?

Parents around the world usually say, “because I said so.” That doesn’t make any sense! It isn’t a reason at all. It just shows how much of a jerk parents are. I think that as teenagers and children we should do something about this, get a good reason instead of “because I said so.” I just don’t understand it.
What? You need an example because you are one of the lucky ones who’s parents aren’t jerks? Ok then.

Child: Hey mom can I go to Kyle’s house after school?” Mom: No.
Child: Why not?
Mom: Because I said so.

Did she answer that child’s question? Did she give him a legitimate answer? I don’t think so. Saying that only makes children angry. I think that it is one of the biggest cause of verbal problems in the modern house today. Children and Teenagers should take note of this phrase. When your parents say it just walk off, then the joke is on them.

Submitted on 2009-09-17 09:35:13     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Hey, to add on to that. Not only does it anger us, but it also betrays what trust we have. Blindly following someone into dissapointment always works bad for the leader. When one follows blindly, you will either earn or lose trust. So, parent leaders, because when you use the 'Because I said So.' card.
| Posted on 2009-09-17 00:00:00 | by Scaredheart | [ Reply to This ]

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