Thread: Aren't Kids Taught Proper Personal Hygiene???

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    Just the other day while visiting my friends, one of their kids, who is around 9 or 10 years old asked me to give him a ride on my shoulders. As I was picking him up over my head, I couldn't help but notice a smell of $h!t as his rear went past my face. He must have just done "number 2" shortly prior to that, or no matter when he did, he didn't thoroughly clean himself. It literally turned my stomach! Of coarse I didn't say anything to him or my friends about this, because I didn't want to offend them. Also, those friends of mine are Asian, and I always thought that Asian people where known for their cleanliness, especially when it comes to personal hygiene. When I was around that kid's age, I always took special care to prevent making "skid marks" in my undies! It's just downright disgusting that parents don't teach their kids about personal cleanliness, especially when it comes to using the bathroom.
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    I think parents do, just the kids sometimes don't do it right. Like they don't wipe, wash or otherwise clean themselves well enough and the parents take their word for it when they ask "Did you wash/wipe/clean good?" and they say "Yes."

    Although, the parents should check the kids, especially if they know the kid isn't doing it well enough.
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    Yeah kids don't really know how to clean themselves right, Ex. I know a twelve year old who doesn't know how to wipe his ass!
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    Yeah parents. That's one thing the TV doesn't teach your kids. Proper Hygiene.

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    while in a public bathroom at a local McDonalds there was a kid in there (probably about 8 or 9) who was in the stall, took a shit(i could tell from the smell) and he walked out and didnt wash his hands. and im just standing there thinking like seriously WTF u just took a crap and didnt wash ur hands and now your gonna touch everything in mickeyds and it just makes me wanna scream WASH YOUR HANDS!!!!!!!!!!! AND DONT YOU DARE GO NEAR MY TABLE, but MY parents taught me better than that
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    of course not!

    cellphones are more important than this these days!
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    That's disgusting.
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    Well, I guess kids will have to learn the hard way when they start dating, that is, if they ever get a date.
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    Screw Hygiene, PUNK ROCK FOR LIFE.
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    When I have kids, I'll KNOW if they're wiping their asses or not, because I'll be the one doing the laundry. XD And if they aren't, I'm going to say something to them about it. Better that I do it than someone else.
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    I got in trouble at work for telling a customer to wash his hands after using the bathroom. Not only did he think it would be cool to go to the buffet with shit on his hands but he thought it would be a good idea to complain about me not wanting the other customers to get fecal matter on their food.
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    Quote by marioluigi73
    I got in trouble at work for telling a customer to wash his hands after using the bathroom. Not only did he think it would be cool to go to the buffet with shit on his hands but he thought it would be a good idea to complain about me not wanting the other customers to get fecal matter on their food.


    That's just crazy.
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    Come on, a little ass-butter never hurt no one.
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    Quote by marioluigi73
    I got in trouble at work for telling a customer to wash his hands after using the bathroom. Not only did he think it would be cool to go to the buffet with shit on his hands but he thought it would be a good idea to complain about me not wanting the other customers to get fecal matter on their food.


    What the hell? That's effed up. That's how people get hepatitis and shit like that. Also, I'll probably think twice about eating at a buffet restaurant now...
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    I would have just dropped the kid. honestly, I was taught how to wipe my ass, and even if I wasent, I would kinda figure it out.I fricken Hate it when people dont wash their hands either. fuckin pigs. really how can you not tell that you should wipe? I mean if you dident wipe you would be walkin around and the leftover poo would smear all over your cheeks. isent that a hint thats its dirty and you should clean it up?
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    I hate when people pretend to wash their hands because other people are around.. Sometimes they might not even use soap and just move theit fingers around for a second under the water..
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    Hell, I know 3 adults who don't understand the concept of washing their ass, and one who doesn't understand the concept of deodorant. Can't really ask more from kids when even adults can't handle it...
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    Quote by Timothy1964
    Just the other day while visiting my friends, one of their kids, who is around 9 or 10 years old asked me to give him a ride on my shoulders. As I was picking him up over my head, I couldn't help but notice a smell of $h!t as his rear went past my face. He must have just done "number 2" shortly prior to that, or no matter when he did, he didn't thoroughly clean himself. It literally turned my stomach! Of coarse I didn't say anything to him or my friends about this, because I didn't want to offend them. Also, those friends of mine are Asian, and I always thought that Asian people where known for their cleanliness, especially when it comes to personal hygiene. When I was around that kid's age, I always took special care to prevent making "skid marks" in my undies! It's just downright disgusting that parents don't teach their kids about personal cleanliness, especially when it comes to using the bathroom.


    1. Where did you here this hygiene thing about Asians? I've never heard of a race having different hygiene habits.

    2. How old are these friends of yours? If they're kids, it's your job to tell them they need to wash up. Forget hurting their feelings, it's better coming from you than a stranger.
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    Quote by Megagents
    Quote by Timothy1964
    Just the other day while visiting my friends, one of their kids, who is around 9 or 10 years old asked me to give him a ride on my shoulders. As I was picking him up over my head, I couldn't help but notice a smell of $h!t as his rear went past my face. He must have just done "number 2" shortly prior to that, or no matter when he did, he didn't thoroughly clean himself. It literally turned my stomach! Of coarse I didn't say anything to him or my friends about this, because I didn't want to offend them. Also, those friends of mine are Asian, and I always thought that Asian people where known for their cleanliness, especially when it comes to personal hygiene. When I was around that kid's age, I always took special care to prevent making "skid marks" in my undies! It's just downright disgusting that parents don't teach their kids about personal cleanliness, especially when it comes to using the bathroom.


    1. Where did you here this hygiene thing about Asians? I've never heard of a race having different hygiene habits.

    2. How old are these friends of yours? If they're kids, it's your job to tell them they need to wash up. Forget hurting their feelings, it's better coming from you than a stranger.

    I'm friends with the entire families. Anyway, should I say something to the kids themselves, or their parents?
    As far as hygiene, I don't know about ALL Asians, but I've heard that Japanese people are VERY clean.
    I guess whenever a kid wants me to pick him or her up, I'll just do it in a way where his/her stinky butt goes nowhere near my face, or just hold my breath. I know there are several other methods of putting a kid on your shoulders besides picking them up over your head. Maybe the best way is to sit on steps or even on a sofa and have the kid climb onto my shoulders from behind. That's how I do it when I put someone who's heavier on my shoulders.
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    Quote by Timothy1964

    As far as hygiene, I don't know about ALL Asians, but I've heard that Japanese people are VERY clean.
    I guess whenever a kid wants me to pick him or her up, I'll just do it in a way where his/her stinky butt goes nowhere near my face, or just hold my breath. I know there are several other methods of putting a kid on your shoulders besides picking them up over your head. Maybe the best way is to sit on steps or even on a sofa and have the kid climb onto my shoulders from behind. That's how I do it when I put someone who's heavier on my shoulders.


    Ewwwww, ive seen videos of Japanese women shoving fish, eels and squids into themselves, thats not very clean also vids of Japanese women puking on other women. Ehhhhh, they don't seem THAT clean to me. Not to mention the scat videos....
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