• 33% of your job as a dad is staring
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    • Some of y’all really don’t know how kids work, huh? Children need to fear their parents a little bit. Not the “I flinch every time they move” kind of scared. The “I made a horrible decision and now I’m in trouble” kind of scared. It’s how they learn. Calm conversation gives you brats
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      iloveArk 3 jul
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    • Stares mother fuckerly.
      wijibo 3 jul
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    • As a kid, I can confirm this works
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    • prg2 3 jul
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    • My dad just cursed in arabic and beat my ass lol
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    • I turned 11 then 13 because I don't fuck with 12
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    • Parents need to be parents again, not their kids best friend. Best friends tell you what you want to hear, parents will tell you what you need to hear. I’m not saying you can’t be their friend, I’m just saying know the difference and draw the line.
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    • *stares motherfuckerly*
      ty808ty 3 jul
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    • Yeah I remember the days when my dad was my greatest fear
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    • Oh good, I've been practicing that look on my dogs for years I'm glad it's going to be a helpful skil work on my kids too
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    • Act right motherfucker!
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    • As a father of a two year old I can confirm this is true
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    • Can't wait.
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    • It’s true! You have to really perfect your parent look in order for them to stop dead in their tracks, I’ve mastered the art
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    • The other 67 percent is going ballistic when you stand in front of the fridge for to long
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    • This was a great movie
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    • Samuel L Jackson always reminds me of my dad when he was angry.
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    • I never got that stare down. I tried but it never worked with my kids.
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    • *stares motherfuckingly*
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    • How I stare at the dominos tracker 15 seconds after I place my order.
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    • Phexal 3 jul
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    • Do I have to have the haircut?
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    • The most threatening, emotionally, and mentally, disturbing look ever, and it leaves a scar of untrust on your kids.
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    • The other 67% is buying delicious pizza for the whole family! Try our $15.99 meal deal with 2 medium 1 topping pizzas, or a deep dish 1 topping pizza and a deep dish cheese bread for the same price!
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    • Or just sound threatening even if you're not
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    • Or. You know. Be a dad
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    • Or maybe try to educate them
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    • Stares motherfuckerly
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    • Wait a second...
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    • Does this mean Samuel L Jackson is portraying a motherfucker here
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    • People treat their kids like they are kings then ask why they act up all the time...
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    • As a dad I can confirm this and part of the reason my daughter hates when I wear sunglasses
      Gojason 5 jul
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    • no it’s fucking not fuck you dad
      jcag22 5 jul
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    • There are times when a stern talking to is necessary, but there are also times when you gotta smack the shit outta them
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    • I hate the accuracy of this. My kids will stare at me like deer in headlights when I tell them to clean up their toys and I have to do this shit for a solid minute before they realize I said something that requires action on their part.
      TheMagic 5 jul
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    • Idk my dad whooped my ass whenever I did something wrong, flipped off the neighbor’s daughter when I was like 6, got whooped, got into a fight in Elementary school got whooped. And a bunch of other stuff, I was a shithead as a kid, but at least I got on the right path.
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    • Chicago mayor?
      kemo4jah 5 jul
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    • It's not about calm positivity every time, children need to respect the authority of their parents. The stare method works
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    • The stare has powers
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    • Potato famine
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    • Do y’all remember Dracula from the grim adventures of Billy and Mandy? That’s him
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    • A black father??? Yes they've become rarer because of the Republicans pushing drugs into their communities and the Democrats incentivizing single parent homes.
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    • 33%? Jesus. That’s years. I’d recommend talking to your kids instead. Maybe that’ll actually help them deal with shit and grow into a socially conscious adult.
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    • I think I might have a menacing gaze because I can do it just about anywhere and it works on almost everyone
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    • That’s how it is
      tyler756 4 jul
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    • *stares motherfuckerly*
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    • Yes?
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    • Black snake moan was the name of the movie if i remeber correctly
      Creativ2 4 jul
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    • My girl is 17 weeks pregnant. Cant wait for this
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    • *as a father figure. for me personally, my mom's was the one who did the staring down, whilst my dad, was more the unconditionally loving motherly figure.
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    • That keep it up and see what happens boy
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    • Mothafucka
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    • Lol his eyes going in 2 different directions
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    • Maybe, but I’m not black
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    • A bastard wouldn't know
      scholord 4 jul
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    • If you’re really good it’s 50%
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    • For the last 67%, 33%is telling stories and jokes, 33% teaching and yelling. The last 1% is that weird sex talk.
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    • My dad is always looking at me in disappointment... Only to me, not my siblings, my dog does it to... I pretty sure im a disappointment
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    • Staring motherfuckerly
      bigcizel 4 jul
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    • 33? More like 110!
      geexd125 4 jul
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    • My dad did that to my little step bro and he started crying
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    • Amen.... A fuckin men
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    • It scares me deep down for some reason
      alexmig 4 jul
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    • The other 70 percent is to get them to respect/be afraid of you enough that this actually works
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    • Stares motherfuckerly
      jyama 3 jul
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    • Because staring doesnt work.
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    • Stares motherfuckerly
      Kyle_OP 3 jul
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    • Goerge floyed right there
      meanboy 3 jul
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    • Most of y'all mfs have never even so much as hugged a girl before, and you're giving all this information on parenting? Get tf out of here.
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    • I can feel him trying not to laugh
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    • My dad was a horrible person, abusive and all that jazz but I'd rather have that look than him slap my teeth out in front of everyone
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    • So i recently got a new phone and now half of the posts on ifunny are cut off like someone did a shitty crop. I didn't have this problem before. Anyone know how to fix that?
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    • I can clearly remember my dad doing exactly that and that you mention it, it worked pretty well.
      Cougaro 3 jul
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    • Thats my mom lol
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    • I already have this stare for my pets, they get the gist
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    • Why don't this work as an older brother?
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    • My father usually just knocks me to the ground and then stomps on my head :)
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    • FBIBob 3 jul
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    • I let my kid sit in time out and think bout wat she did. then explain why she fucked up that way I know she know it was wrong and then if she does it again it’s a whooping and then the process all over again. She usually doesn’t do bad things a second time lol
      Maysel 3 jul
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    • Didn’t he die
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    • It only works if you put meaning behind the stare. Let them know it's more than just a look, it's their last warning before the storm.
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    • This was actually my grandmas job
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    • My dad would give me one fraction of a look like that and I stop whatever I was doing real fast because I knew I needed to respect him. He's always told me 'if you respect me, I'll respect you'. Let me tell you all he is the most repectful man you can meet. Until you disrespect him.
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    • That look that says you die 😂😂😂😂😂😂
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    • Motha fucka
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    • I mean you can no longer hit them
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    • YoFuck 3 jul
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    • All dads are awesome. Best of luck for training them when they are teenagers.
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    • And for some reason it works
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