• If your child is traumatized because you took them to watch an R rated movie or let them play an M rated game,
It's not the movie or game's fault, you're just a bad parent
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    • What type of bitch boy gets traumatized by a game or movie wtf
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    • Or maybe the kids a little bitch
      fuk1t93 11 aug
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    • “Adult” movies are usually just 14 year old humor, I mean shit look at Sausage Party. It’s rated as adult humor yet it’s like a 14 year old wrote the script
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    • When Deadpool came out in 2016 and parents took their like 8 years olds because it was a “superhero movie” and then got mad? Then acted like it was the studio’s fault
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    • If the child is mentally mature enough for an r rated movie or m rated game by all means consume whatever media you please but if they arent keep them away from that stuff until they are older
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    • Censorship is giving a grown man baby food because a baby can't eat a steak... Or something like that. I can't remember the actual quote
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    • If a kid past the age of 10 is even remotely bothered by r rated or m rated stuff then your a bad parent. Not because you let them see it but because you raised a little bitch
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    • HAHAHAHAHA U SAID DA FUNNY KAREN WORD!!!!!!!!!! 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
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    • imagine being traumatized by a rated M game
      dawgyl 11 aug
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    • I saw someone take an 8 year old into bay watch. No I don’t know how long they stayed because I wasn’t going to see that but why dude
      Flubnub3 11 aug
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    • People who do this and then leave shit reviews or complain about it being "too mature for kids" are just asshats.
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    • Watched my first R movie when I was 5. I'm fine, kids will be fine too
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    • bruh what games are traumatizing kids
      COVID_19 11 aug
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    • I work at a movie theater and our rated R policy is children 6 and under cannot watch R films, no matter what. A mom brought her gaggle of 7-year-olds to watch IT, and the entire time kept saying "I'm not really a bad parent, I swear, they just wanna watch it so bad" and its like "Lady, if you don't
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    • I call bs. I guarantee if I prevented them from doing it, they'll find their own way.
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    • I was at a movie theater and some lady brought a five year old and seven of his friends to see Deadpool 2 opening night at a movie theater, they started crying and she wouldn’t leave or take them out of the theater and no one did anything about it
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    • TF2 is technically rated M lmao
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    • If a child of any age is traumatized by a game or movie they don’t deserve to go outside
      BugsMunny 11 aug
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    • I’ve watched children’s television scarier than most modern horror movies
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    • My parents took me and my brothers to see Chappie in May 2015, I was 12 and my brothers were 10 and 8.. my parents didn't bother to read the rating because they saw the trailer.. which wasn't that bad, and assumed it would be appropriate.. they feel ashamed of this incident.. now we rarely (1/2)
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    • Bitch I was playing Halo CE on original Xbox with my father on split screen when I was like 5
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    • Funny buzzword
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    • *sigh* Log trucks.
      LargeMac 11 aug
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    • No, my kid is just a pussy
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    • What pussy gets traumatized from a movie or video game? It’s not real!
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    • bitch i played DOOM when i was like 6, and i turned out just fine
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    • They a pussy
      Pastell 11 aug
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    • Also they will be just fine if they’re at least ten
      lwpack 12 aug
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    • I'll admit, when I was like 8 my family once tried to watch saw or saw 2 but wouldn't let me watch it with them. Me being young meant i was definitely going to watch it so I was sneaking a peek and watched the scene where that one dude had to remove his eye to get a key so he can take off the trap
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    • My mom was the best . She always let me watch scary movies. And let me cower by her at real scary parts. I miss being a child.
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    • I cannot stand Karen type people. I was sitting in my truck with my gf eating ice cream outside of dq and a 5’ tall bitch walked up and tried to tell me to put a mask on. Like no bitch shut the fuck up
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    • YES!!! This post is every parent that thinks, Youtubers and games affect their behavior when really, they have FULL control of it because it's their fault for letting their kids play/watch those things!!! Especially, don't let devices raise your kids, instead raise your own kid and not let (1/2)
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    • Ha ha retarted karen
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    • Mmmm GTA when I was 10 made me a man :)
      Cornbred 11 aug
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    • I remember this happening with deadpool
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    • I honestly don’t think anything should be censored for anyone
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    • I started playing COD when I was 10. My friends younger brother was in the top 15% in the world in COD when he was 6. We all turned out fine
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      Krystal 11 aug
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    • Joker
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    • This reaction image should be used for the idiots who still don’t wear a mask and choose to be as retarded as anti vax people because they have less resilience than a fucking furry. Go ahead and comment you cucks. You aren’t worth the time. Show yourselves.
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    • I saw this video about this Karen saying that fortnite and her need to come to an agreement because her son plays it all the time and he quoted the Bible when asking for money to buy skins
      Slikick 14 aug
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    • Mom loved NCIS and crime shows and thought I liked them but they terrified me as a kid cuz some are pretty graphic but I played gta San andreas fine in 2nd grade+ and loved war movies just the realistic murder got me since I feared it happening to me
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    • When people got mad at joker
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    • No, your child will be traumatized by life when they grow up IF you don’t take them to a rated R movie or don’t let them play M rated games.
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    • I was watchin scary movies at like 6 Freddy vs Jason to be exact it was the first one I can remember since then I’ve loved em idk I’m not to bad of a person I like to think
      Minion378 14 aug
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    • 1) if your child can’t tell reality from fiction, you did a bad job. 2) if you blame the studios instead of helping your child reconcile the truth from fiction, it’s on you
      jolieho 14 aug
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    • I used to love playing gta San Andreas as a kid, it was a great way to vent frustrations tbh
      jolieho 14 aug
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    • Trauma watching nightmare on elmstreet when your 4 and having your aunt scare you with a mask and claw. I had nightmares about that fucking junkyard for years.
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    • My kids a little psychopath
      Lord_Cain 14 aug
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    • Your a bad parent because you raised them to be a little bitch
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    • Holy fuck you can still read the note in the second panel
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    • What
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    • I think constantly being scared by my older sister when she would act like the grudge at night when I had to call my siblings for dinner really built me up to be indifferent when scary shit happens but the people around me almost shit themselves, maybe too sheltered? we would watch scary shit mostly
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    • Remember a couple brought their kids to watch IT. The kids would scream and cry from scene to scene. Until a Chad yelled out" this is a fucking R rated movie, get the fuck out" the parents didnt listen until near the end of the movie. Most people left by that time.
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    • M-rated games are objectively more fun
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    • The Karen joke is old and annoying. Fitting.
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    • When I was a baby my parents took me to see the ring, and a bunch of horror shit.
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    • Traumatized by an R rated movie or M game?? Like yeah that shit will be scary for a while and they’ll probably have to sleep in ur room but that’s not gonna scar him for life
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    • flash back to when my parents didnt realize elysium was an r rated movie and took a 9 year old me and a 6 year old brother to see it, only thing i remember is there was space and spanish
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    • Jesus fucking quit with the "karen" shit its fucking annoying
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    • How is a movie traumatic, I watched hot top time machine when I was 10 and we are the Miller's the next day
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    • Good parents also realize what m rated games and r rated movies are acceptable to play and watch given their child's age and maturity level... But nobody wants to talk about that
      rynon 12 aug
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    • Me and my mom used to eatch joyride when i was little but the one thing that horrifys my mom the most is if she died like the kid on the water bed in nightmare on elm street thats her biggest fear is water beds
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    • Unless it has guns or women that are objectified in it. Then they must be censored.
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    • My mum watched a movie when I was really young that showed a drive by and now I cant go outside at night without getting anxious every time a car passes
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    • It depends on the movie or game but even then who gets traumatized by that?
      juliov318 12 aug
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    • Stop letting your 5-year-old play vioent sh00t'm up games. Karen's like you are the reason why games get banned because little kids aren't supposed to play them due to ESRB.
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    • I played so many m rated games and I’m not traumatized
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    • When I was like 6, I was terrified of some tracks in Mario kart because I didn’t want the piranha plants to eat me
      namcap 12 aug
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    • I watched a zombie eat someone at the age of 9 and I'm fine what pussy boy gets fucking traumatized
      jay09 12 aug
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    • The sign seems like something a Karen would say.
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    • When I played my first M rated game, which was 6 I think, my mom just told me not to repeat or do anything shown in the game and I turned out fine. Most people know the difference between a video game and reality.
      Doc_R_6_S 12 aug
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    • It depends on how old they are. I started playing M rated games and watching R rated movies when I was 10 and ended up pretty fine. Saw a family with a BABY in the theater for The Nun... hope that kid the best of luck with those fuckwits for parents.
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    • My toddler always wants cookies. Clearly it's sesame streets fault
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    • Seethe 12 aug
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    • Or maybe your child is a lttle bitch
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    • The issue is further complicated by movies that aren't rated R, but are still horror movies. Though they tend to be shit horror movies then
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    • Kids should be able to tell the difference between real life actions and video game actions, it’s just up to the parent to show them how to differentiate them
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    • the fuck
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    • What puss gets traumatized from games and TV. Karen's are the ones that don't let 13 y/os play cod
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    • I was watching r rated movies my whole life, who tf get traumatized from it fuckin pussys
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    • Traumatized
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    • If your child is traumatized by a movie or a video game your child was weak minded to begin with.
      Requeum 12 aug
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    • Sausage party
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    • More likely traumatized by being a shit parent and taking your child mental needs into consideration
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    • To clarify the post for some of you: it is NOT about censorship. It is about exposing your children to something that may potentially traumatize them, and then acting like it isn’t your fault if/when they get traumatized.
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    • Lol when people took their children to see the first Deadpool movie
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    • this is offensive
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    • Honestly how bad us some kids getting shocked when its all over nowadays?
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    • You get traumatized by a game or movie you weak af and should prolly not reproduce
      Kalinga 11 aug
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    • Karen is overused
      Buttben8 11 aug
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    • It’s honestly baffling how many parents don’t realize their kid plays GTAV or some shit.
      CalemVere 11 aug
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    • haha my kid wouldn't be traumatized, just because your kids a pussy don't pretend mine is.
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