Dec 19, 2009

Kids and crying

Childhood is either very traumatizing or very dramatized. My neighbour's kid is bawling her lungs out. It really sounds like she's fearing for her own well-being, if that's what it is.

Sometimes you see kids crying like whatever adults are doing to/for them are so cruel. Are they really crying because they can't take it or are they crying because they know it might get them out of it?

9 comments:

Deng, the very eveel genius said...

I care not for crying babies. But the dumbasses next door. Can they not keep their traps shut?!

cheahwey said...

don't hijack my topic

sean said...

I remembered last time when i was young, mom and dad would nail planks to the entrance so i cant get out. they took a picture of me crying before the planks...like a prisoner....oh well. dont rmb how it feels now.

sean said...

okay maybe it was grandpa

cheahwey said...

HAHAHAHA.. i think i rmb that photo.. if there was a photo... your childhood prisoning entertains me.. hahaha

Gzhang said...

It's all part of having a kid. I mean, you'll be lucky if you get a quiet kid but then to be too quiet, it'll scare the crap out of you lest he has autism.

Then if they are too noisy, at least you can shut em up sooner or later.

kaeshiuh said...

crying is a gift .. but kids screaming..it's a sickness

les said...

sew the damn mouth shut

im off to singaporee

cheahwey said...

kaeshiuh: there's a fine line between crying and screaming