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Stop Blaming Toys, Start Blaming Parents!

Toys have been banned in some California fast-food “Kid’s Meals” this week in another way for our country to push the blame elsewhere. After a 3-2 vote by Santa Clara supervisors, meals with more than 485 calories must do without the little piece of shit toys we all looked forward to as children to get with our meal. What ever happened to accountability? Have we succumbed to blaming little .02 cent toys for the reason all your children are fat? I’m honestly getting tired.

The age group for people whom request “Kid’s Meals” are, usually, children. Well no shit! I guess that’s why they call it a “Kid’s Meal.” Kid’s are usually, to my knowledge, considered between the ages of 3-13 (and even if we were to extend that age to 15, our logic would still uphold). Children of this age aren’t capable of getting in a car, driving to their local McDonald’s or Burger King and buying a “Kid’s Meal” all on their own. They need the help of their parents for transportation and even the money to purchase said food. Did it ever dawn on you that, perhaps, your child is obese because of the parent’s negligence in choosing a more hardy and healthy meal and not the fault of a piece of shit toy?

Hey, parents! Stop bringing your fat kid to McDonald’s! Let’s try that before we blame manipulative advertising, genius marketing and a dinky piece of shit toy for the reason why your kid is round. Have you ever heard of the word “no?” Using that word would save your child from a unhealthy lifestyle, medical problems and school bullying. If your kid wants a toy, bring them to Toys ‘R Us and purchase them a hula hoop (not a video game, or what’s the sense?). Your lack of accountability disgusts me. Take back your power before the government takes it out from under you and uses the excuse that they’re trying to help the country.

Toys in “Kid’s Meals” have been around since 1979 and this so-called “Obesity Epidemic” is only a new issue. Back then, parents knew they had to power to say “No!” and used that power to their advantage. Only recently have people become lazy. They are lazy to say “no,” lazy to make a home-cooked meal, lazy to be a good parent and this laziness is the reason why your kids are fat, not a toy stuck between fries and a hamburger… dumbasses. When your child actually eats the toy, then you’ll have a reason to blame it. Until then, start blaming yourselves.

What is your opinion on this? How honest can you be and what is your HONEST FACTOR?

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  1. April 29, 2010 at 2:10 am

    HALLELUJAH PRAISE THE LORDD

  2. April 29, 2010 at 2:21 am

    Now we all know that kids still get fat when parents say no to MCD and junk food. It's our society that need changing. How can it be that a bottle of water in school cost more than soda? How come we feed kids so much process foods. Do you really think that chicken nugget is really chicken? We as parents are our kids worse enemy. Therefore, Get your kids out to play, take away video games, and feed them healthy foods.

  3. April 29, 2010 at 2:26 am

    All it is is good advertising. when my child wants mcdonalds, it isn't because of the toy. when my child wants a toy, they don't ask to go to mcdonalds.

  4. April 29, 2010 at 3:20 pm

    I really don't think this will last, especially since it's only a state-wide ban which only certain places are effected by.

  5. May 1, 2010 at 1:27 am

    It's only corporate America using their advertising minions to brain wash the public. The name of the game is to separate you from your money. The population gets killed in process which by the way helps out the pharmaceuticals in the process. Check this video out on Subliminal Advertising.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyQjr1YL0zg

  6. May 1, 2010 at 4:37 pm

    Who's the moron who came up with that number of 485 calories?

  7. May 1, 2010 at 4:38 pm

    Gotta love THF for being honest. I just subscribed to your RSS feed, I feel like I'm a THF crack addict, minus the crack. Found your site on Digg.com and so happyi did!

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