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Bobby YP Wong 19h
Son going back to the UK means Chinese Mother going into import/export business (packs of roti boys).
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Miles LeHane Feb 1
FACT: 30% of recruiters have had a parent submit a resume for their child and 10% have had a parent call to negotiate their child's salary and benefits. from an HR standpoint.
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Jill Angela Jan 18
Replying to @charlesadler
Parents should let their children make their own decisions for their own future.
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Sophie Aug 10
harry and i literally sat and watched our fish to make sure he ate all his food
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DadLifeBalancePod Dec 12
Or you will be, and that’s a problem
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Kali Sedgemore Aug 23
I cant stop laughing at these drug testing kits 'Inspector 420', Oh is that what you are fucking eh buds! All u need is this magic kit and your inspector 420🧐
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ClosetLibrarian Mar 24
We've all seen , creating entitled, underperforming, brats. So is letter essentially equating #45 to types?
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Sean Moore Gonzalez May 25
Let Bonobos marry whomever they love!
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Jason Bybee Jul 19
If you want to see some overfunctioning parents, come to the DMV.
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AaronTeddyRicketson Apr 5
It bugs me to no end when parents come with their student to their advising meetings. Wait in the lobby, outside the office, or oh I don’t know...stay home.
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Kate Bovell May 2
Don't these parents realise that they're doing more harm than good in the long run?
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weston hall Feb 10
Replying to @WSMV
Seriously?! Traumatic?! I remember doing “bomb” drills in the hallway. Its not traumatic is a necessary drill for caution.
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John Medina Mar 14
Replying to @shaindelr
At my son’s (state school) freshman orientation they made it crystal clear that the school would not communicate with parents about grades. I was happy but definitely not the place for
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💧 Dr Susan Park Apr 27
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Eva Cowen May 14
No you cannot use your mother as a job reference and no I don't want to interview YOU, mom for a job for your kid.
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Adam, Diabetic Cyborg Mar 16
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Drew Vaupen Mar 24
Tonka develops safest toy ever: a self driving truck that your kid doesn’t ever have to touch.
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Luke Bartolo Mar 23
Replying to @kelittlejohn
As a former retail manager I can confirm that parents *would* sometimes contact the workplace on behalf of their children. It was an easy red flag for me to identify when figuring out which casual staff should be employed more...
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Peter Braverman Mar 14
As usual, my pal nails the problem with the —the desire to provide opportunities so often comes with the hidden message of "We don't believe you're good enough."
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Drew Vaupen Mar 18
probably cleans her kid’s bong.
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