Not Every Child Is Smart. Helene Angley

25 Th10, 2020
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Not every child is smart, and according to Helene Angley, you're going to have some dumb ones. Whether it's not knowing what the symbol at target means, or not knowing that you can actually go inside a bank these hilarious stories from Helene Angley's full Dry Bar Comedy special are sure to keep you laughing from beginning to end. Watch "Queen Size" by Helene Angley only at www.drybarcomedy.com/helenea
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  • The tip-off is in the first line: "it takes a village to raise these kids, it takes a village." Expect the village to raise your kids, don't be surprised if they turn out to be the village idiots.

    Jerome RochonJerome Rochon3 ngày trước
    • 😂 😂 You either live in or have family from the Caribbean

      Christopher CowardChristopher CowardNgày trước
  • Was willst machen 😂 die Kids heute sind teilweise dümmer als ne fuhre Holz, brennen nur schlechter. Da kannste als Elternteil nicht beruhigt in die Kiste gehen ohne den Gedanken "der krepiert ohne mich" Wir mussten noch richtig lernen, unsere Lehrer haben noch zugeschlagen wenn du nicht funktioniert hast. Und teilweise hatten wir es auch verdient 😂 Ich glaube das fehlt einigen Kids heute 😉

    Björn Markus BätzBjörn Markus Bätz4 ngày trước
    • Uh...what?

      James McLaughlinJames McLaughlin3 ngày trước
  • 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    Beryl AllandoBeryl Allando5 ngày trước
  • Yeah, some degrees are pointless. And they should teach finance in high school for real.

    Shauna CarpenterShauna Carpenter7 ngày trước
  • Funny enough I’ve worked for target 2 times. We had some interesting guests. Yes they’re called guests and not customers. Try being a cashier for 8 hours and try to offer the guests red cards and it’s like you’re trying to take their kidneys. Good times..

    Mike LariviereMike Lariviere12 ngày trước
  • 😂😂😂❤

    RomanaRomana15 ngày trước
  • 💋😋

    pop tartpop tart15 ngày trước
  • Hilarious! Thank you!

    Caroline RCaroline R19 ngày trước
  • wow...just, wow.

    nermalsturfnermalsturf21 ngày trước
  • She has a nice point with the time out but if your own kid is 23 and doesn't know what a bank is you should just be quiet about it and not blame the university...

    75hilmar75hilmar21 ngày trước
    • Come on now!! Snap snap!!

      StrongnBeautifulStrongnBeautiful13 ngày trước
  • All our education system is offering us is how to write essays. That’s all They actually don’t even teach it, they tell you write and just grade your essays. I had to write essays for Math class. Whyyyyyyy?

    RaleighRaleigh22 ngày trước
    • They still make library cards. Go learn.

      Ferengi profiteerFerengi profiteer20 ngày trước
    • It's called Marxism. They need to make stupid people to buy into it.

      BigSmartArmedBigSmartArmed20 ngày trước
  • 😂🤣😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣🤣🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂

    waheeda mohammedwaheeda mohammed23 ngày trước
  • That was funny....

    Patricia WilliamsPatricia Williams23 ngày trước
  • ♥️👏😄

    Tom ArchibaldTom Archibald23 ngày trước
  • 😂😂😂😂give it up for moms and real parents..egg/sperm doners dont count

    Mousie TrujilloMousie Trujillo24 ngày trước
  • I would give myself a time out the way I give my kids one: one minute per year of my age 😉

    Megan GarciaMegan Garcia24 ngày trước
  • Clean humor that’s not actually dry

    Non participant BreakdownNon participant Breakdown25 ngày trước
  • Unbelievably great stories

    Non participant BreakdownNon participant Breakdown25 ngày trước
  • So funny

    Non participant BreakdownNon participant Breakdown25 ngày trước
  • Don’t rely on the village to raise your kids

    Non participant BreakdownNon participant Breakdown25 ngày trước
    • I KNOW that's right!

      StrongnBeautifulStrongnBeautiful13 ngày trước
  • Hysterical!!!

    Cathlene RomainCathlene Romain26 ngày trước
  • It means community college! Ha! OMG!

    Pam GonzalezPam Gonzalez26 ngày trước
  • Mama you rock, and babe .... You are carrying the Target "family crest"! We are proud of you all! lol .... Spunky stuff!

    Patrice MariePatrice Marie26 ngày trước
  • FYI Helene, Canada has great Colleges and Universities. Don't knock it till you try it. 🇨🇦

    Geo FiggyGeo Figgy26 ngày trước
  • She just legit roasted her kids 😂

    StanisStanis26 ngày trước
    • for money 😂

      The Daves I KnowThe Daves I Know3 ngày trước
  • Coming from Delaware I can tell you U of D is not worth 50000 a year. My friend got her premed requirements from a community college and a sociology degree from her home state university. She was able to get in and graduate med school. Moral of the story is teach real life economics at an early age. A lot of people outside of the mid Atlantic states can’t pick Delaware out on a map if you asked them.

    Antonio TiberiAntonio Tiberi27 ngày trước
  • It's not millenials it's her son. Let me just point this out.

    Mlody_voltaireMlody_voltaire27 ngày trước
    • If a kid is 23 in 2020, he's not a millennial anyway by most definitions. He's whatever came next. Gen z I guess they call it.

      turdl38turdl385 ngày trước
    • It's her parenting, even more accurate.

      StrongnBeautifulStrongnBeautiful13 ngày trước
    • We know sweetie. Millennials are precious and wonderful young people. She's using poetic licence for comedic effect.

      Caroline RCaroline R19 ngày trước
  • Give it up for all the people who chose not to contribute to the overpopulation of the planet!

    Capt SubtextCapt Subtext27 ngày trước
  • The repeating, is that like a nervous thing?

    Trooth HoortzTrooth Hoortz27 ngày trước
  • 🤣🤣🤣

    I came I saw I nappedI came I saw I napped27 ngày trước
  • Yup, we used to put ourselves in time out.

    E BE B28 ngày trước
  • Happy to finally see Dry Bar presenting another woman comic!

    MJ MaccabeeMJ Maccabee28 ngày trước
  • 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣

    Robin SunriseRobin Sunrise28 ngày trước
  • She repeats herself way too often

    Dominik KrömerDominik Krömer28 ngày trước
  • She was funny.

    Mr. HammerMr. Hammer28 ngày trước
  • She just joking everyone. Please relax.

    Think and createThink and create28 ngày trước
  • She's funny, but she does too much repeating.

    CalLadyQEDCalLadyQED28 ngày trước
    • Hello! ..... It's only the Avon lady on a break! ....

      Patrice MariePatrice Marie26 ngày trước
  • Very very funny 😆

    Hassan BazziHassan Bazzi28 ngày trước
  • Great set, excellent timing, timely subject for public schooled kids. Homeschooled kids however are the ones writing novels in their teens able to work forklift, semi, grain systems and walk around shaking their head like old men at "these kids today" though they are 4 yrs younger.

    Cheryl CarlsonCheryl Carlson28 ngày trước
  • Imagine if you attached all your watches together just to make a belt... That would be a waist of time, wouldn't it?

    The RAThe RA28 ngày trước
    • Hahaha!😂

      Caroline RCaroline R19 ngày trước
    • The RA clever and funny way to turn a pun into a joke.

      Joshua SummersJoshua Summers27 ngày trước
  • That was absolutely hilarious.

    Simon GreySimon Grey28 ngày trước
  • UD Blue Hens!

    Johanna LightcapJohanna Lightcap28 ngày trước
  • Sparta did things right. You should have never had any kids who lived. :P

    Larry WolfLarry Wolf28 ngày trước
  • Bro I could laugh at this and I'm 16 ahaha

    PVP TACO GUYPVP TACO GUY28 ngày trước
    • That's cool!😁

      Muskaan GuptaMuskaan Gupta24 ngày trước
  • Lmbo, hilarious 😂 😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣

    Kia828Kia82828 ngày trước
  • LOL, and aint that the truth $200 000 for university and now a waiter.... while johnny learned plumbing and is making a good living now

    StevenSteven28 ngày trước
    • @Random Ramblings When I was younger I dropped out because I felt it wasn't for me and now, in my 60s, I wish I had persevered with my degree, as I have been teaching English as a second language but now almost every job, which we must apply for, online, a degree is mandatory. In the past I could walk in and talk my way in to work and experience and common sense counted for something. Not impossible now but for some jobs, definitely not. If you have the opportunity to get a degree, take it...and learn a trade after. A degree is now hard currency.

      Nicola RollinsonNicola Rollinson4 ngày trước
    • Yet they keep acting like college is the only way to go.....yet reality is that college isn't for everyone

      Random RamblingsRandom Ramblings4 ngày trước
    • @Lazarus Live Do I take it that its not possible to survive on 5 20 + grand a year in America

      Nicola RollinsonNicola Rollinson7 ngày trước
    • 40grand a year is NOT a ‘good’ living.

      Lazarus LiveLazarus Live10 ngày trước
  • I know people who repeat their words, they annoy the hell out of me...

    timshel Leotimshel Leo28 ngày trước
  • I can relate to her son haha.. such a hard degree compared to others yet it's so hard to find a good paying entry level job that doesn't require a million years of experience with degrees above PhD levels haha!

    thelitmirrorthelitmirror28 ngày trước
    • It's crazy. There's got to be a better way.

      StrongnBeautifulStrongnBeautiful13 ngày trước
  • No spellcheck for checks🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    johnny twilliejohnny twillie28 ngày trước
    • Hahaha!😂

      Caroline RCaroline R19 ngày trước
  • 60 millennials disliked this video 😂

    Ramneek GillRamneek Gill28 ngày trước
  • Nope. Not funny.

    red headed stepchildred headed stepchild28 ngày trước
  • child sells themselves into slavery to the government, great financial decision

    Who is John Galt?Who is John Galt?28 ngày trước
  • women are great, when they compliment your life isn't it funny how women fall off the cliff of desirability when they fail at this one simple thing

    Who is John Galt?Who is John Galt?28 ngày trước
  • The truth is not every parent is smart. When you mentally or physically abuse your child they will( grow up damaged. A parent gives the child the tools to deal with life, the more abused the harder it is to grow up with no serious problems.

    Jeffrey SchwarzJeffrey Schwarz29 ngày trước
    • True Jeffrey. I'm in therapy for Narcissistic abuse from my mother, her father, my Narcissist sister, and... that's enough for now. I wish you peace and happiness. You deserved to be treated with respect and love.

      Caroline RCaroline R19 ngày trước
  • Lol

    Dee WestenbergerDee Westenberger29 ngày trước
  • I'm just about smart enough to know I'm not very smart. 62 years and sometimes I still talk or do stuff. Sooo many fails

    Austin L.Austin L.29 ngày trước
  • Oh my gosh 🤦🏾‍♂️😂

    Joshua MitchellJoshua Mitchell29 ngày trước
  • Super cool :))

    Hai VargasHai Vargas29 ngày trước
  • 15 weeks in an electricians' course, city school, state sponsored, no bills. $35/hr, no student loans. 2 years as apprentice, $50/hr now as UNION journeyman. how's college education treating you, eh? 25% investments and by age 50 i'll bank a million and retire. you'll still be paying student loans hahahahah.

    em1o smurfem1o smurf29 ngày trước
    • @vioart527 took mine to the limit. went navy and now retired. if daddy ain't rich, go blue collar. you won't regret it.

      em1o smurfem1o smurf28 ngày trước
    • I used to be the executive assistant to the president of an HVAC company & it's true! The cost of trade school education is so much cheaper & if you grow in that career & stick with it; companies are willing to pay top dollar for your skill set since the demand is so high. Definitely a smart way to go!! 👏🏼👏🏼 Also, thank you for what you do! Those jobs aren't easy but very much needed!

      vioart527vioart52728 ngày trước
  • 22 year old idiot graduate

    joel reppjoel repp29 ngày trước
  • Yeah cuz our school system sucks...or else wed know how to adult...but yeah algebra, calculus and chemistry us gonna get us through life whoo

    BVB Girl1313BVB Girl131329 ngày trước
    • @BVB Girl1313 I can see that, haha

      BrapamaldiBrapamaldi21 ngày trước
    • @Brapamaldi I hope thats sarcasm...cuz we have English...but it seems like most of the people fail it 😂😂😂

      BVB Girl1313BVB Girl131321 ngày trước
    • English may help too ;)

      BrapamaldiBrapamaldi21 ngày trước
  • I just don't understand adults (98% women) that want children and when they have them, they love them unconditional for the first 2 years. After that, adults treat the children like nuisances, pagans and criminals, with yelling, drinking more wine all the time, and fussing at the spouse, etc. Why even have children if you are going to turn on them? I hear it too many times that parents just want to get away from their kids. Shouldn't have had them. Facts. But if the child or children grow up with God given talent and the "Talent" starts to make money, then the parents 🤨 want to claim the child or children in order to fatten their wallets. Facts. When the child or children become legal adults, parents want to kick them out of the house immediately. Once the kids (legal adults) are out of the house, and is doing well and good, that's when the parents start "worrying and thinking" about their offspring, especially if they go into the military like I did. And of course, the parents ALWAYS want a full table at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Because the mom ALWAYS says "WE ARE FAMILY"! Funny, I didn't feel like family when I was there. I felt like an employee with little to no pay. Yet, I'm supposed to be grateful 🤔. Another one of life's mysteries that I can't understand.

    Jay Boogie79Jay Boogie7929 ngày trước
    • That's mostly in Western culture. In India, its not uncommon to find 40 y.o married couples living with or close to parents, you only move out if you HAVE to due to job or studying. The reasoning is parents take care of kids in young age, and are expected to return the favor once parents are old. Still a bit transactional.

      taruntarun28 ngày trước
    • My heart hears your disappointment, hurt and pain. Note my name. Reply if you want to. I would be honored to keep the convo going w you. Truly. Perhaps I can be a sounding board to help you understand more or lend some help? I'm over 60. Once a mom, always a mom; thus, the name. ⚘🙏♥️🙏⚘ P.S. Long line of Military men in my family - USAF (1), Army (3), and one PROUD MOMMA OF A SOLDIER, currently Active Duty. I'll be your PROUD MOMMA OF YOU for who you are, not what you do or don't do. Heard a great term just a few months ago: Self-parenting. It's about being the adult comfortable in your own skin. It takes time, especially if you come from a household that is dysfunctional. Mine? Off the charts! No exaggeration, so it allows me to have a heart understand and particular compassion for your generation. My son just turned 25. Tell me more? I'd be happy to listen and perhaps help by bouncing a few ideas off for you to consider? Love and prayers to you and yours, from this Major Old Lady, aka Mom (to all) somewhere near Seattle.

      Major Old Lady aka, MomMajor Old Lady aka, Mom29 ngày trước
  • Education is a farce

    Marco PoloMarco Polo29 ngày trước
    • If your mom's a comedian, you get a free lunch! .....

      Patrice MariePatrice Marie26 ngày trước
  • Why does she say most everything twice

    Donarmsdealer oneDonarmsdealer one29 ngày trước
    • shes lame.

      red headed stepchildred headed stepchild28 ngày trước
    • I know. For some reason that bothered me too.

      Kelly CrenshawKelly Crenshaw29 ngày trước
  • Great routine.

    E K DaufinE K Daufin29 ngày trước
  • That advice is actually ingenious

    Olivia WilsonOlivia Wilson29 ngày trước
    • Yeah, Time Out for the parent - BRILLIANT!! 🤯🤯

      vioart527vioart52728 ngày trước
  • Actually, the Target symbol _does_ have a few "meanings." The best is the _occult_ meaning. You can find the same symbology in Washington DC, London, the Vatican -- and many other places around the world. The symbol is an obelisk in a circle _as seen from above_ (ie pretend you are looking down on the obelisk from a helicopter). The obelisk is a phallic symbol. The circle _around_ the "phallus" is the, er ... well, the _hole_ where the phallus is inserted. The hidden occult meaning to the Target logo (or symbol) is that of a _penis in a vagina._ Or, more precisely, _Osiris' penis._ Sorry, folks, no "clean" way to say it. There is an "occult" meaning in nearly _every_ famous logo. Look into it. _We live in a strange world, filled with purposeful lies, twisted "history" and colorful, mind-numbing deceptions_. Earth History = "The Greatest Lie Never Told." *Wake, oh, sleeper, wake* ....

    RunningAmokRunningAmok29 ngày trước
    • So what is the occult meaning talking about?? Purpose and origin? Please and thank you 😇

      StrongnBeautifulStrongnBeautiful13 ngày trước
    • @Donald Wheeler Every truth has two sides. It's better to look at _both_ before committing to either. Thanks for chiming in.

      RunningAmokRunningAmok28 ngày trước
    • Sometimes, folks ... sometimes, a cigar is just a cigar

      Donald WheelerDonald Wheeler28 ngày trước
    • @Jeff Larson Sorry, my friend, not true. But I _wish_ you were right, if that's any consolation. The ones who _created_ the logos are also using the same "ancient symbols." And, make no mistake about it, the people who rule this world know _exactly_ what those symbols mean. *We are slaves to the "reality" they've created for us.* It has _always_ been this way. Babylon never died. Neither did Rome. _They just went underground_ (holding hands and laughing all the way to The Federal Reserve, no doubt). “Signs and symbols rule the world, not words nor laws.” Confucius You'd be amazed at the sh*t we've been sold as "truth" and "history," Jeff Larson. Q: Who makes the best slaves? A: _Those who don't_ know _they're enslaved._

      RunningAmokRunningAmok29 ngày trước
    • Sorry, but you're attributing modern day internet stupidity to symbols that existed long before such stupidity did.

      Jeff LarsonJeff Larson29 ngày trước
  • Trade school or military for our children. College is overpriced and overrated. Most are indoctrination facilities...

    Alpha 1Alpha 129 ngày trước
    • @Natasha S. I appreciate your daughter's service. I now realize calling it overrated is subjective but I still think it's an indoctrination machine especially when compared to college

      Kamal JohnsonKamal Johnson21 ngày trước
    • @Alpha 1 I have not been in the military by the way

      Kamal JohnsonKamal Johnson21 ngày trước
    • @Alpha 1 Thank you for your service. I now realize questioning if it is overrated is subjective and shouldn't have been said but I do believe it is an indoctrination machine especially if being compared to college

      Kamal JohnsonKamal Johnson21 ngày trước
    • @Kamal Johnson Have you been in the military? I have & it saved me in multiple ways. I would have been stuck, going nowhere & most likely married too young to my highschool sweetheart. Military service taught me discipline, electronics, how to deal with loss, work as a team & so much more. I have life long friends from service nearly 30 years ago. I believe it should be mandatory 2 years for all Americans graduating high school. Heck, just boot camp alone will teach you the value of what you take for granted. (Hint, the answer is everything)

      Alpha 1Alpha 128 ngày trước
    • @Kamal Johnson Not they when walk out after four years with $100,000 toward college, a marketable skill, 4 years work experience, the ability to follow directions, and got paid the whole time. To me it’s a no brainer, but then my daughter went into military intelligence.

      Natasha S.Natasha S.28 ngày trước
  • Sounds a little too much like unfunny insulting/mockery in the end.

    waalex11waalex1129 ngày trước
    • Also in the beginning

      75hilmar75hilmar21 ngày trước
  • So hilarious ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    Julie Mc!!!!!Julie Mc!!!!!29 ngày trước
  • Oh. My. Gracious!! As a former banker, I understand EVERYTHING she talked about bank wise!! I can't TELL you how many times I hand a "young adult" a branch deposit ticket & get blank stares back with a classic "I don't know how to do that" 😦 To which I would reply: "Well, here's a great opportunity for you to learn how. You see where it says name . . . you put your name. Where it says date . . . today's date. Account number . . . your account number (more often than not, still had to look that one up for them). Deposit amount, etc. 😳😳😳 There would be some days where I'd be like: there is only so much stupid I can handle in one day & I've already met that quota - I'm done!! 😳🙄🤯🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️😂😂

    vioart527vioart52729 ngày trước
    • @BVB Girl1313 The OP specifically mentioned deposit slips and how common it was to have young adults not understand how to fill them out. In the case about CDs and the various other forms of investment it's not so much a problem that people aren't familiar with how to set them up or understand exactly what they are. Once you have enough money to start investing in those things, most banks are more than happy to sit down with you and answer any questions you might have. The bigger problem is that most people don't understand the basics of personal finances. I think that many in education feel this is the domain of the parents to teach it to their children. But as it stands, most parents don't do a good job of it themselves. I think a few semesters of personal finance education would offer some of the most valuable lessons a teenager could get. But sadly I don't think it gets taught anywhere.

      Siggy in CRSiggy in CR25 ngày trước
    • vioart527 it's like the saying you can't fix stupid.

      Joshua SummersJoshua Summers27 ngày trước
    • @Wordivore there is so much more to banking than deposit slips...many people dont know how to set up CDs, IRA's and more...

      BVB Girl1313BVB Girl131328 ngày trước
    • @vioart527 you are assuming noone has learning disorders The issue is because parents think schools are teaching this...if more schools has accounting in middle school you could cover banking, but not all schools have the funds for it as its being sent elsewhere...meanwhile because schools lack in things like banking/accounting, workshop and home EC they expect parents to be teaching them these life skills...parents need to step up and demand better curriculum because so many dont even know whats being taught...and yes common core is death of youthful minds...as is all one size fits all learning

      BVB Girl1313BVB Girl131328 ngày trước
    • @E K Daufin I know!! I have friends who are teachers &/or substitute teachers and I just feel for them!! You all deserve a raise, like a HUGE raise!!! And post COVID-19, I'm pretty sure the majority of parents believe the same.

      vioart527vioart52728 ngày trước
  • Instead of spending $200,000 on college just help them start a business. Even if it fails it will be cheaper than $200,000.

    Janie K CarneyJanie K Carney29 ngày trước
    • Wait, she was being serious? What kind of sick country charges $200,000 for a tertiary education?!?!

      Donnie DeVilleDonnie DeVille28 ngày trước
  • DEAR DRY BAR, just hire me. hundreds and hundreds of comedy videos and shows ....and I am a walking Dry Bar advert

    DomDollxDomDollx29 ngày trước
    • research "grip" as a trade. up to $250,000/year. screw college.

      em1o smurfem1o smurf28 ngày trước
  • If her son didn't understand how finances and banks worked until after he was out of college.... that's on her! Did she expect schools to raise her kids for her?

    Scott SchmitScott Schmit29 ngày trước
    • @turdl38 that's a good point, you know what's sad you used to learn things in school that you could use in the real world.

      Joshua SummersJoshua Summers5 ngày trước
    • the thing is, high school economics used to be an actually useful course that taught things like basic banking rather than just showing a supply and demand graph and making you draw it on a test without teaching context for it, so there is definitely a certain generation of people who cannot understand high school graduates not grasping such a basic concept.

      turdl38turdl385 ngày trước
    • 23 years long time out. So proud. So proud.

      75hilmar75hilmar21 ngày trước
    • @K M I'm so sorry I didn't know.

      Joshua SummersJoshua Summers27 ngày trước
    • @Joshua Summers I always thought they were kind of harsh at times. When I had marital problems, they assumed it was my fault and refused to help me at all. BECAUSE they didn't want me coming back home. Fortunately my marriage worked out anyway. With my own kids, if they needed to come back home in a crisis, I would let them.

      K MK M27 ngày trước
  • Too hyper for me, wouldn't want to live with someone like this.

    Mike SMike S29 ngày trước
    • I didn't realise she'd asked you to.

      Tony RuleTony Rule29 ngày trước
  • This is some good material.I don’t care what anyone says useless and get your money back. Love you talk about Canada this is some funny stuff

    kathy kelleykathy kelley29 ngày trước
  • Bless your heart ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣That cannot be written that had to be an experience

    kathy kelleykathy kelley29 ngày trước
    • Zeach inches 4and I 5will the one 444that I will not hold 5you and be there at night to see if 5AM will have a good time when I am in the fridge door and 45inches 55are I am 55544th 54th grade 4th and my 45son and my 5husband is the most beautiful 5554444kryptonite of all the th 3rdcddrdcccc

      Jen DoboniJen Doboni27 ngày trước
    • Sdcc has a lot list formats forgot anything's elsewhere 55577777666666555555555555555555545445about that it was great 5to I 5have the 555555only 5a 5game but 555it 55is 56555AM I 5have 55555the 55555way o wwrit right sides 2off or D566666VD is 44the for t55554444444rRrrT555555555555cccgggc 5to I 555e4 the one 5th are the odds and e5sr 3 don't

      Jen DoboniJen Doboni27 ngày trước
  • 😭😭😭😭

    Corey MarshallCorey Marshall29 ngày trước
  • When I heard working as a waiter after college, I remembered how hard it was to get a job then ... she continued with he wouldn't believe one could walk into a bank. The daughter better be stunningly gorgeous, if you know what I mean.

    Michael HartmanMichael Hartman29 ngày trước
    • What should the son be??

      StrongnBeautifulStrongnBeautiful13 ngày trước
  • Ah millenials. We suck sometimes. LOL

    Mike VasquezMike Vasquez29 ngày trước
    • Sorry, I've had a checking account since I was in my teens, when I got my first job, and needed to cash my check!!

      StrongnBeautifulStrongnBeautiful13 ngày trước
    • @Leah B M'kay.

      Mike VasquezMike Vasquez29 ngày trước
    • Her kids are GenZ, not millennials.

      Leah BLeah B29 ngày trước
    • Yes you do! Well some of you do.

      Wanda TidwellWanda Tidwell29 ngày trước
  • When I was a teaching assistant at school, I had several students each semester that were just like her daughter. I would just end up staring at them an wonder how they got into the University.

    Aaron AndrewsAaron Andrews29 ngày trước
    • @Major Old Lady aka, Mom You're wrong: an education does not cost $200,000. $200,000 is what they charge idiots who think that a piece of paper from a college means anything when they give them to every idiot who hands over $200,000 for a piece of paper. The moment they started pushing for college for all is the moment that piece of paper became worthless.

      Julia FoxJulia Fox21 ngày trước
    • @Major Old Lady aka, Mom Actually, teaching assistant is a title used in some schools. It's a perfectly acceptable term grammatically. As in, someone who assists in teaching. Teacher's aide (TA) seems to be the more common designation in most schools though.

      Siggy in CRSiggy in CR25 ngày trước
    • Especially when they don't know what a possessive is, grammatically speaking. Now we know why it costs $200K... they hire illiterates that cannot complete a sentence properly structured, to wit: It's teacher's assistant... (with an apostrophe - Google it!). 😴😂😏😥😏😂😴

      Major Old Lady aka, MomMajor Old Lady aka, Mom29 ngày trước
    • 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

      kathy kelleykathy kelley29 ngày trước
  • Pretty dumb kid. Don't know that I would talk about this. Cringe.

    America FirstAmerica First29 ngày trước
    • Maybe she's trying to alienate them and get them out of the house?

      horseman4nowhorseman4now29 ngày trước
  • No more $200000 , it means community college honey 😂.

    Waka Waka AbbyWaka Waka Abby29 ngày trước
  • Not the brightest bulb in the BOX? Well, she did pass down the millennial gene.

    JTuaimJTuaim29 ngày trước
    • Not the sharpest bulb in the drawer.

      Wake and Bake NowWake and Bake Now29 ngày trước
  • 👍

    BrianBrian29 ngày trước
  • FIRST

    Ashlynn EvansAshlynn Evans29 ngày trước
    • Who cares.

      Michael HartmanMichael Hartman29 ngày trước
    • Nope

      Azure CrimsonAzure Crimson29 ngày trước
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