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    • So true I just instinctively lie most of the time for no reason to my mom just so I can have space
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    • No, my parents whooped my ass when I did stupid shit if I hadnt learned from getting myself injured from said stupid thing. They dont tell me right from wrong, only taught me how to decide for myself which is the good and bad
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    • There's a difference between being strict and being authoritative (which is known as the most effective parenting style). Strict is never letting you kids hang out with friends, never letting them go out by themselves, never letting them make their own choices, and so much more. It's really bad
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    • Ok I guess I’ll explain it then: Strict parents ain’t doing it right. Parents who discipline are doing it right. Light Physical discipline is more effective and doesn’t scar. Don’t lock them down or take their shit, teach em young good manners and help form their values without being manipulative.
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    • Not really. I had strict parents and I never did that shit. My sister on the other hand was terrible like that
      Kraptr 26 jun
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    • My mom was really strict on me as a kid. From my younger years she would beat me for the littlest things; spilling orange juice, talking too loud, leaving one or two toys out. I don’t mean like a little spanking, I mean that she left welts on my back, ass, and legs that didn’t go away for weeks.
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    • If you’re defending strict parenting, you’ve been manipulated to think the strict bullshit your parents did was ok, and its not ok now and it wasn’t ok then either
      SquidRoss 27 jun
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    • That's a sign of a child broken by society. You should be honest with your parents, even if they are strict. It will build mutual respect and trust, but no, y'all gotta be shits all the time and make the same mistakes your strict parents made growing up. They really do be trying to protect you tho
      scnoonMeh 27 jun
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    • People in the comments blindly supporting the "strict" parents and think the kids are probably assholes have never encountered parental abuse. My best friends first memory was getting "disciplined" by being thrown into a bed frame and being told to lie to his mom about it. (1/2)
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    • Ok y'all need to hear this. Depending on the state, you can legally move out at 16, even if your not amancipated. It's what I did and I don't regret it. I was days away from suicide because of my parents. I filed an abuse case as soon as I could, they are both in jail and lost custody of my siblings
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    • I’m not supposed to be my child’s friend. I’m supposed to protect them, teach them right from wrong and get them ready for life.
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    • Take it from someone abused for 15 years of childhood. Your child will resent you, even if you say " will I turned out fine ! " You'll always be quick to anger, first instinct is to hit, and you'll blow up over small things, you will destroy your relationship with your child just because they don't
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    • God. The whiny ass kids that grow up without being slapped are the ones who tear down statues of abolitionists and freedom fighters in the name of racism and say it’s “brutality” when a cop knocks them to the ground
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    • Nah, I got an ass whooping when I did stupid shit, and guess what, I got all A's and doing decent in life now. Parents saying to their children " it's okay buddy, just don't do it again" that created speds who then fuck up their life, because the world isn't kind, it's a shitty place.
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    • God you whiny little twats will bitch about literally anything
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    • My parents never grounded me because I never had anywhere to go. Now I still stay at home every day but that’s not because I’m responsible it’s because I’m lonely
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    • My my used to hit me whenever I did something wrong, and one time in 4th grade my teacher came up to me and I flinched cuz I thought she was going to hit me
      mela 27 jun
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    • Super strict parents maybe... but most retarded kids can't grasp that most parents aren't very strict at all, the little brats just can't handle not getting their fucking way like a bunch of spoiled babies.
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    • My parents would beat the shit out of me for the smallest thing. I literally have a scar on my back from this one time my dad pushed me against a shelf for just looking at him weird. And thanks to all the unnecessary beatings, I can lie on the fucking spot, and when I hide shit, no one finds it
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    • my parents are strict, i can’t have my phone in my room (no i didn’t do anything), i have screen time settings on my phone, a gps and camera in my car, wifi limits. i’m 17. my dad gets mad when he can see just a little bit of my stomach and they basically call me fat 24/7. i’ll be just eating and
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    • Imagine bitching about your parents while having them pay for your phone bills, a phone they gave you, a roof over your head, food on the table and access to internet and education which made you come up with this entitled response. Life ain't Fair. Better learn that at home than in court.
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    • It can depend on the child really. There is no perfect way to parent
      Oshawatt 27 jun
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    • Ouch this hit too close to home because I was just asked on a date by this guy I really like but I’m terrified to talk to my parents about it because they won’t let me go and I don’t want to have to sneak out to see him
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    • My parents just love to humiliate me. Anytime I did something bad they will spread the new to their parents and talk a lot of shit to the point I would just lie and hide certain things to protect myself from crying in front of them to use that as their exploit. My mom is bias and would hurt me & 1/X
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    • Has a job and a solid family. Yeah, ruined.
      JoeMauser 27 jun
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    • I feel like strict parents isn't quite the word. Like you can be strict and still have healthy communication with your kids
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    • It depends on whether you’re authoritative or authoritarian. Authoritative parents have strict rules but are very loving and make it clear why those rules are in place and make it clear that they are easy to talk to. Authoritarian parents have strict rules and show little to know love.
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    • My mom only spanked me when I was little. The only thing my parents did when I was a teenager was yell at me for stupid things that more than often didn't matter. I still had a great childhood though, so I can't complain
      CactusGuy 27 jun
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    • Overly strict parents are shit. Parents who let their kids get away with everything and basically bribe them and shit are even worse. There’s a balance that it seems like they can never get right
      ThotBoss 27 jun
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    • I had strict parents and learned not to be an entitled shit
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    • Written by a whiny, entitled little shit who lets their own kids run riot.
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    • I’m afraid to ever debate anything with my mom because I am always wrong no matter what. She throws you off and makes you lose track of what you’re trying to argue so she wins easier.
      ItsTheOne 27 jun
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    • The problem isn't being strict. Discipline is fine. The problem is when you're trying to control aspects of someone elses life that are none of your concern.
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    • strict parents arent necessarily bad. its controlling parents
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    • My mom wonders why I’m distant from her and typically don’t talk to her, but almost every time I have a conversation with her she somehow manages to get angry at me for something. And she wonders why I don’t have conversations with her...
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    • When I was 10 my mom made me go on a diet even though I wasn’t that overweight (for reference I was a tall kid, 5’7 and ~148. My mom made me diet and exercise to the point where I was 115lbs soaking wet and I asked her why we were doing this and she said “nobody likes fat girls” really fucked me up
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    • It's not that they're being strict but being good parents and whooping ass went for a kids acting up and being stupid sounds like you're being pretty stupid what your parents did bust your ass and send you to your room
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    • That’s abusive parents not strict. Strict parents don’t raise the spoiled brats.
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    • Strict parents confuse anger for rightful discipline. Bills too high and your kid spills juice? Scream. Call them names. Then defend what they did because they are a parent. Any person who disciplines a child and then doesn’t explain why other than “because I’m the parent” is narcissistic
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    • My dad punished me for being a dumbass I know he raised me right
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    • I will never physically hurt my child, I grew in a hispanic household and my parents would hit us with belts and throw shit at us as kids. We are much older now and they don’t do that but like now I’m scared of everything. Someone can simply move their hand in front of me and I finch do hard.
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    • It’s a delicate balance, my parents were overly strict on me as a kid but realized it and let up a lot in high school. It also depends on the kid how strict you need to be
      LuigiWah 27 jun
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    • Fuck them kids
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    • Ill just say this: not everyone has the best parents. Everyone is different. Some of yall mightve been able to handle intense control from their parents and some couldnt, and theres nothing erong with that. Its the parents job as a caretaker to do whats right for the sake of their childs safety (1/2
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    • That’s right. You have to teach your kids but at the same time you have to trust them and most importantly LOVE them. If they make mistakes or a bad decision (& they will, we’re human) you don’t take your love away, you help them learn...they come back as young adults & they return that love 10-fold
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    • I got my ass beat and unlike all the parenting geniuses here beleive, I’m not afraid nor disrespect my parents. I love them for teaching me that the real world isn’t forgiving and easy
      Jetmann 27 jun
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    • Sounds like a salty pre teen. Strict parents only want what’s best for their children. They aren’t that way just to be a dick.
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    • They kept me inside and then got mad at me for not wanting to go outside, and they yelled at me for even crying. I was yelled at for my fucking resting face. They made me feel like I’m just an object for them to use and scream at, that I don’t have emotions or thoughts too. They would yell at me 1)
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    • I have a strict mother and a laid back father, I hate my mom with a passion while I love my dad to hell and back.
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    • My mom and dad divorced as exact opposites. Mom was free spirit, dad was strict a-hole. Not sure which I resented more. The mother who never gave me any challenges and let me do what I want as a child or the father who was so overbearing that I wasn't allowed to grow as an individual. 1/2
      OldSonGun 28 jun
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    • like two days ago my mom came in my room while I was sleeping and took my phone, my laptop (which i had bought with my own money), and my wallet with like 300 dollars in lawn mowing money because I hadn’t finished writing thank you notes from my graduation last week and she still wonders why I
      jc15280 27 jun
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    • Oooooohhhhhh and let’s not forget that a high percentage of kids with overly strict parents go absolutely insane the instant they get freedom. I’ve seen too many people almost wreck themselves when they go off like a compressed spring lol
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    • Strict parents create sneaky kids
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    • kinda related to the post, but i was on insta and saw a tik tok about how doing the dishes was child abuse, so i go to the comments to say that it is most definitely not, and is honestly like the bare minimum a child should be doing around the house. All these brats freaked out telling me that (1/2)
      abi_rose 27 jun
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    • There's a difference between being strict, showing you the correct path and encouraging you to go down it. And being strict to the point where you can't even leave your own house without being beaten. My situation was the latter, couldn't invite friends over (they didn't want to anyways with my mom)
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    • Yesterday was my birthday, I spent it at my grandparents house bc my parents are out of the city for my little brothers baseball thing. We were supposed to have dinner together the day before my birthday since they’d be gone but they invited another family that I don’t know so it was just me >
      Mayo69 27 jun
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    • My parents literally didn't even parent me most of the time. Like no bathing me or laundry or stopping me from seeing wild shit on my mom's side, and my dad mostly just yelled we weren't good enough and then went off to do his own thing. I never even brushed my teeth until I hit high school
      Celceus 27 jun
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    • i had strict parents but as i’ve gotten older they’ve calmed down on me. i used to get hit a lot , sometimes well deserved. there are more times that i like to admit of my mom especially being unfair with me. i would get bullied at school for not being girly and having more guy friends. 1/?
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    • I think you are all getting confused on how strict is "strict". my parents kept an app on my phone that recorded everything I did on it till I was 17 and I wasn't allowed to do anything without my parents personally meeting the person and their parents till I was 17 and I couldn't buy what I wanted-
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    • Nah bro. You gotta teach respect. My parents were strict (but not restrictive) when they needed to be. At some point, I became my own tiger parent and pushed myself to do my best. Ended up doing pretty well in school and I’m gonna be successful in a few years.
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    • This is a crock of shit.
      JPyaya 27 jun
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    • Imagine being a shitty kid
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    • Here’s the thing the comment section has to understand, just because you had good parents, doesn’t mean everyone else did. Some parents just really are that toxic.
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    • My mom lets me smoke and drink. I’m 16. But. When I get a car I’m not allowed to go anywhere but school and work and I have to give her $100 dollars a week to pay it off. Reasonable I guess. But it’s dumb to me. I’m also not allowed to see my friends or go on a date with my bf.
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    • I dont fucking trust anyone I'm waiting to get a better pay job and I'm fucking leaving maybe even leave the country once this bs virus blows over
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    • My grandmas neighbor were very strict parents, and their daughter got pregnant at 15
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    • Now my parents were good parents, but they were very strict and sometimes way too hard on me(i am the oldest of 3). While i am thankful to have turned out well, i now jump whenever someone opens my door without knocking and can tell exactly who is walking by the sound of their footsteps.
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    • Strict parents make strong adults
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    • So my parents are strict but not like that. They allow me to do a lot of things all of the time but there’s just one problem for me. Like like to track my phone and always want to know where I’m at. I’m a good kid with straight A’s, don’t do drugs, work for the things I want, have good friends etc.
      DJT73 27 jun
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    • This is bullshit I wouldn't be the man I am today if my parents didn't whoop my ass all the time or ground me from shit they taught me respect and how to be a decent human being yea I disliked them for awhile for it but as an adult now I'm grateful they did what they did fuck all these....
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    • “We’ll still love you if you date guys, but it’ll be eating me up inside.” Well fuck, now I gotta lie about it.
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    • No actually you're just a piece of shit. Listen to your parents you spoiled little bitch. Being strict doesnt make you a fucking stranger to your parents, they are strict for a reason.
      TtheKilla 27 jun
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    • Parents aren’t friends, they’re parents you stupid imp.
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    • Haha he thinks he had issues cause he got his game taken away
      DeusDraco 27 jun
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    • Strict parents who were only doing to keep their kids out of trouble it one thing, but parents making unnecessary rules to control their kids life without a real reason behind it is a whole nother thing. My parents aren't either tho and are amazing and I am lucky to have them
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    • Discipline in children creates an overall better society. If you don't discipline your kids, the justice system ends up having to do it eventually.
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    • Sounds like someone’s a undisciplined little kid.
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    • As opposed to the drunk and junkie that has mental issues now lol
      seLp 27 jun
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    • I really wish I could have learned to talk to girls when i was a teenager instead of them not letting me hang out with fucking anyone unless they knew the parents personally
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    • Not all children learn the same. Lots of kids need different types of discipline. Don’t beat the shit out of them or turn them into soulless husks. Tell them WHY they’re being disciplined. And discipline them accordingly depending on the offense (1/2)
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    • I wish I could laugh on ifunny
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    • My dad took me to the doctor because he thought I had a hearing problem because I always ignored him when he constantly called me to do everything like taking out the trash or criticize me which forced me to stay in my room which I hated. I've moved out and I feel amazing.
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    • Posts like this remind me that this app really is for angsty teens. ALoReins
      Geodude 28 jun
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    • Parents were strict on me as a kid but once I turned 13 they relaxed and told me I should know right from wrong by now. I’d say it worked out pretty well so far
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    • My parents say they had it harder in their life and I wouldn’t last. I mean is the point of having kids making their life hell? I refuse to do a “command” and they get all pissy because they had no attention or authority as a kid.
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    • There's a balance. Over-disciplined kids lie about the small things because they're afraid of their own parents. It damages them as children and changes them as adults. On the other hand, under-disciplined kids get away with anything. The first time they're ever apprehended is often by the police.
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    • I love my parents but I honestly agree with this my sisters more of a mom than my mom she's still strict with me but I can actually talk to her about things while my mom and dad raised me to be perfect kid like compared to most kids I'm actually pretty good the problem is that I can't even (1/2)
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    • I always liked hanging out with strict parent kids cuz then I had to meet their parents to see if they decided I was a good influence and I could meet the older idiot sibling that made them decide to be strict. my parents were pretty lax tho which is also fine
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    • Not at all my best friend had strictest parents I’ve met and he turned out to be a genuinely good person
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    • Some of y'all saying kids need to be beat more often seem to forget the years of research studies that conclude hitting kids does much more harm than good
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    • I haven’t spoken to my mother in 10 years because of this. It’s impossible to forget when you still have the scars from her that despite how much time never truly fade
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    • It’s true, my parents drove me away, and I’m pretty sure the way they acted to me at home is why I’m a pathological liar
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    • Why is everyone sitting here talking about "oh but if you live with no rules you're far worse off". No this isn't what this is fucking about it's about setting boundaries and knowing how far you should go. You shouldn't harshly reprimand your child for any and every mistake they make. You need to
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    • I wish parents who didn't raise their kids at all understood that what they're doing is far worse than causing your kids to resent you in their early 20s until they realize how much worse it is to have grown up w no rules
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    • Yes... but I've seen the other end of that too. No discipline, respect or self responsibility.
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    • There is no right way of parenting. Even a well raised child can do bad things.
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    • Strict religious parents either end up with mega church pastor children or atheistic ifunny user
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    • Yeah but you can function in the world. Just cus ur 2 much of a pussy to see why they did what they did, dosnt mean it’s their fault
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