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    • Damn I know all this shit. I just listen to the air moving as someone comes to my room
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    • I learned which floorboards creeked at my new place in 3 days thanks to my parents
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    • If you cant tell the difference between your moms footsteps, your dads footsteps and each individual siblings footsteps, your not level 99 awareness.
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    • What Strict parents think they are teaching you to be: A Paladin. What they are actually teaching you to be: A Rouge
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    • My senses are so incredibly sharp i can hear the footsteps of someone wearing socks while walking on carpet all the way across the house
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    • But have y'all ever gotten to that point where you just KNOW someone is there or approaching you? You just get that gut feeling, the air around you stills, and you get an insane adrenaline rush to try and clean/hide/finish something as fast but as quietly as possible.
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    • Yes how to listen for footsteps and how to not make noise with footsteps
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    • Unpopular Opinion: All of those are actually more valuable in the real world than behaving anyway.
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    • Ngl if you dont know which family member is walking around based on the amount of weight being heard on the creaky floorboards or how fast they move, are yall even family
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    • The unique sound each parent makes when coming up the stairs
      Mike_5400 11 aug
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    • Even with headphones on and my music fucking blasting i can feel their presence, it’s like a chill down my spine
      bxreexx 11 aug
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    • And how to put your phone under your pillow in record time
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    • Strict parents= sneaky kids
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    • Also learning to walk silently even tho it's in the middle of the day with nothing to hide
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    • - having a back up story before doing anything
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    • It gets to a point where you gain a sixth sense. Hearing Footsteps on the carpet. Time patterns. Reflexes from beatings.
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    • How to have major anxiety. How to never want to ask questions because you know the answer is always going to be no...
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    • How to hide shit (relationships, browser history, grades, friends, drugs, etc)
      Boosty 10 aug
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    • I figured out who was who by the heaviness of their footsteps so if they're heavy=my dad, somewhat heavy that sounds like something being dragged=my mom, light footstps=my sister, and then there's me who scares everyone because my footsteps make little to no sound from sneaking out so much
      AphMexico 10 aug
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    • How to think 3 stories ahead as well
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    • And you can tell who it is by the sound of their footsteps
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    • For real tho lol but in a way I’m grateful my parents were nuts cuz now I know what not to do when I have kids.
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    • That the absence of dirty dishes or dirty laundry will never be noticed or accounted for, only the presence will be taken into consideration as points against you, even though it’s impossible to keep 100% done always without starving and wearing the same clothes again
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    • The perks I got
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    • I can differentiate every family members footsteps so I know who’s walking to my room
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    • I can identify every member in my house by their footsteps
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    • I can distinctly tell which family member is walking in which area of the house based off their footstep behaviors and the sound of the floors
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    • How to notice the reflection of the mirrors on the cars hitting the walls in the house so you know they just pulled down the driveway
      PhatThor 10 aug
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    • I’ve learned my parents footstep patterns so I know which one is coming to my room
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    • I’m 273 lbs. but I know how to walk everywhere without being noticed or heard bc my stepdad was an abusive alcoholic.
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    • Lmao anyone ever get anxious because a fan is on, or music is playing so you can’t hear whose coming.
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    • Fuck dude, that and more. I assume silence means dissatisfaction/ silent anger, I listen for everyones location whenever I hear them. I walk ridiculously silent out of habit. I know how to sneak whatever I want. Lest I dont do my homework and suddenly am not allowed dinner for a few days
      Yodolf 10 aug
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    • You develop this feeling that something is off in the middle of the night so you fake sleep and turns out you were right and one of your parents woke up
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    • Anyone else get anxiety if they listen to music at night cuz they can’t hear f their parents bout to bust in?
      jmac13 10 aug
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    • There’s a difference between strict parents and parents that care. Strict parents create dishonest kids. Parents that care (but aren’t dictators) raise kids who can come talk to their parents about anything - and who don’t have to sneak out or lie.
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    • fkin tru tho, i legit know who is outside the apartment, my aunt, mom or my uncle by the way they walk and the way they pull their keys out. i know when my mom is waking up, and i feel a sort of shockwave throughout my body and im on max alert
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    • My moms like that. She used to bust into my room just because "its her house and she can do what she wants." So i decided to fight fire with a fuckin inferno and started sleeping naked. After seeing me hang brain a few times by accident she stopped busting in.
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    • My parents would get angry if i didnt answer as soon as they called me, even if i was busy or listening to music. Now i can recognize my name through any volume of sound or music. Sometimes im paranoid that someone called my name when they havent and i still run to them incase they did.
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    • I dont understand how some people have never heard this analogy, but here it goes. Using one hand, try to hold as much sand as possible. And then try to clutch onto that sand, closing your hand and making a fist around it. The tighter you hold on, the more sand escapes your grip.
      Mythical_ 12 aug
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    • Lol I can tell who's coming upstairs by the sound the stairs make as they walk up them
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    • Damn this is too accurate. I’ve developed a phobia of hearing footsteps
      cmcpink 12 aug
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    • I developed a 6th sense to know when I’m being watched. I can feel eyes on me, and I can do this weird thing where I can feel someone trying not to be noticed watching me
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    • I put a blanket under my door to hide the light while having my TV on mute with a MIC while playing minecraft.
      Cooliad 11 aug
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    • I learned how to listen to vibration in my house just in case there using socks and walking on the floor
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    • I learned my parent's footsteps and how to mimic them that really fucked with my brother
      Jason1281 11 aug
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    • Jerking off without a door taught me how to listen to footsteps like a ninja
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    • Additionally: how to eavesdrop
      Frost 11 aug
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    • what they give you: crippling anxiety and fear or failing
      lizzgir37 11 aug
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    • Studies show that kids that have strict or controlling parents tend to be better at lying and tend to do it more often as to not get in trouble with their parents.
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    • JR_Riddle 10 aug
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    • Strict parents make rebel kids. My gf is like that. I think the best way to raise someone is how my parents did they gave me enough rope to hang myself with but we never really had a problem
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    • I can judge who's walking around my house based on the weight of their footsteps
      Commador 10 aug
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    • You learn what their breathing and coughing sounds like too
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    • Okay here’s the bullshit part about that. Yes I’m strict with my kids but my kids also show basic fucking respect for other people. You take discipline out of the picture you sniveling little assholes who think they are entitled to everything. You’re not talking about strictness you’re talking about
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    • deadass i can now lie instantly without feeling an ounce of remorse
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    • Forgot to keep constant with your lies. Never forget them and keep them going if needed.
      nodex 13 aug
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    • They taught us to be ninjas on some accidental shit
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    • My first long term girlfriend thought I was so manipulative because I’m an only child with hella strict parents and that’s how I was used to dealing with people. It took a lot of learning to learn how to not do that
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    • Would I get in trouble if I showed my parents this Bc ITS SOOOOO TRUE
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    • I get anxious and cang breathe if my headphones are 2 loud 2 hear footsteps
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    • That if I’m caught unoccupied I will be tasked with something
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    • I know it’s cliche to say strict parents make sneaky kids, but like it’s really true
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    • So in otherward they were teaching you how to survive
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    • I still sleep with my phone on my bed between me and the wall because my mom would go through it all the time as i slept. Its not that i had anything bad on it its that she was all up in my business all the time. I hate anyone even just touching my phone without the intent to turn it on.
      CheapMeme 11 aug
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    • Can anyone else tell which family member it is by the sound of their footsteps
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    • They’re secretly training us to become spies for the CIA
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    • strict parents bother me, they always ruin their kids. a certain amount of strictness is needed but not to the point where your kid is uncomfy in their own house.
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    • I can tell which of my family members is coming down the stairs and to my room based on how fast and how much the steps creak
      TJCPizza 10 aug
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    • One time I knew a kid whose parents were so strict they controlled what colors he was allowed to wear(they were in a cult). He couldn’t wear anything orange or black and white stripes bc his parents thought it may lead him to committing a crime so he could live in that color for the rest of his life
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    • I can identify each member of my family by the sounds of their walking
      puggydog 10 aug
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    • Lol can anyone else differentiate the sounds of the footsteps of each of their family members
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    • You forgot situational awareness and a strong compulsion to trust people's body language more than their words.
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    • -how to cover up your tracks/how to hide things well
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    • I can feel the vibrations in the floor and tell who it is by how fast they walk
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    • Strict parents are why we're all fucking paranoid
      Jack_Meov 10 aug
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    • I know the sound of each of my family members coming up the stairs
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    • I learn how the air molecules change in my house when my parents enter while I'm beating my meat
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    • I can identify everyone in my family based upon their footsteps
      _Sanguine 10 aug
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    • I learned all this from jerking off
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    • I know who's coming up the stairs from which creaks they make
      Rinzler9 10 aug
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    • The worst shit is when you hear the car door close. So you jump up and start doing something productive, but it's been too long and they should be inside already so you check the window and it was just a neighbor coming home from picking up their kids from school
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    • I know which parents make which sounds walking or coughing or doing stuff downstairs
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    • Knowing who’s walking down the hallway just by their footsteps
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    • I was able to recognize when my dad got home because of his cologne. If I wasn’t doing anything, which was most of the time since they took all my games, I would pretend to be asleep to avoid him potentially yelling at me.
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    • This isnt a strict parent thing. This is an abusive parent thing. Strict parents don't make you fear when they come near you or make you feel like garbage.
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    • All good things to know how to do keeps you from being taken advantage of and makes you more aware in dangerous situations my dad was a dick and super strict for no reason I’m talk ass beat at least 4 times a week but I’m glad at what I turned out to be I use my manipulative ways for good
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    • Stricter parents create sneakier kids
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    • My parents weren’t super strict it was mostly my step dad he was borderline verbally abusive but if I was sitting in the living room I could tell if someone was coming out of their room because I could hear a change in the air when the door opened
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    • I can differentiate who's coming from how they walk.
      Sir_Grim 10 aug
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    • Knowing when to jusst stop speaking and agree with everything they say reguardless, how to not show any emotion, how to make excuses to go anywhere that they arent around, etc etc etc
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    • My fucking senses are to a point. I can hear my mom get up from bed across the house. Instantly shut off my phone put away my book, or hide my sketchbook, and presume a position. I haven't been caught since the first couple times
      Ih8Nigers 12 aug
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    • Having strict parents really has turned me into a master manipulator
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    • That if you haven’t finished all the chores in their entirety you’ve accomplished nothing
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    • I could tell my parents and sister footsteps apart when i was in my room. (My room was in the basement) I could even tell when they were mad.
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    • I used to figure out which stairs made noise and which ones didn't so I can eat cheese at 1am
      hoaxig 11 aug
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    • I figured out which footsteps were which parent
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    • Yep and thanks to strict parents I had no friends and I was afraid to make any
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    • Strict parents make sneaky children
      Goodmemer 11 aug
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    • I didn’t even realize how well I could bullshit till I started actually rebelling and had to come up with cover ups on the spot.
      elqboy518 11 aug
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    • Develops a mental map, knows exactly where everyone is, associating footsteps to a person, and the best time to sneak out, bring someone home etc.
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