• Attleboro Wondermom Says Parents Whose Kids Don’t Have Complete List Of Back To School Supplies Shouldn’t Reproduce With Their Lover, Should’ve Gotten Tubes Tied



    Attleboro Wondermom Says Parents Whose Kids Don’t Have Complete List Of Back To School Supplies Shouldn’t Reproduce With Their Lover, Should’ve Gotten Tubes Tied

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    The kids are back in school which means it’s that time of the year when parents get hit up for school supplies. Because in Massachusetts we can’t fund our public schools appropriately but we CAN afford to give 40% pay raises to the entire state legislature. One parent in Attleboro posted this reasonable question to a community page about her issues:

    Seems fair enough. You buy all this shit that’s on a list, and then you find out you’re supposed to buy a completely different list of shit. Who would wanna waste their money buying all that new shit?

    A local woman named Christine Todaro told her to return the stuff so her kid doesn’t get made fun of for being the poor kid in school who doesn’t have the cool new back to school stuff:

    The next day Christine came back and gave the rest of these deadbeat parents the lecture of a lifetime on what shitty parents they are:

     

    “The teacher wasn’t there when you and your lover decided to have kids in the first place. And if your kids weren’t a decision than there are things that get tied or snipped to prevent kids from coming and preventing you from ever having to buy school supplies.”

    Because when I think about me and my lover making babies, this is the face I wanna see:

    Does that look like the kind of mother who hasn’t finished her back to school shopping by the fourth of July? Nope. Her kids are rocking the hottest trapper keepers food stamps can buy!! If you can’t afford to buy your kid a Power Rangers trapper keeper then don’t have kids!! These are basic human necessities. How did kids ever learn without massive lists for taxpaying parents to purchase before they stepped foot in the school building?

    The bottom line is that if you can’t afford to send your kid to school with a fresh pack of number two pencils, an iPad, and a Power Rangers trapper keeper, then you’re a shitty human being who should’ve gotten your tubes tied.

    Just sayin.

     

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    Discussion

    1. The Wall


      Why do people even ask questions on Facebook anymore? In all reality, you can’t ask any questions, make any comments, or give any kind of opinion on Facebook without being read the Riot Act by some SJW version of Christine M. Todaro. Christine’s full-butt underwear is obviously riding up her ass and she hasn’t gotten laid since before the south seceded the union, but the people putting their questions or opinions out there are just as stupid. What do you think is going to happen when you open your mouth on the Facebook Machine?

      1. Mirror Mirror


        Ahh, ‘cuz Fakebook is for cat ladies, morons and narcissists?

    2. Fred Garvin, male prostitute


      Whoa,whoa, hold on just a god damn minute…….there was a Power Rangers Trapper Keeper?!?!?!?!!!?! My childhood was a lie

    3. Captain Meatwhistle


      Ms. Green teeth, perhaps you should learn to spell “unnecessary” before blaming parents. You will never have to worry about buying school supplies-unless you marry Stevie wonder.

      1. Topturtlefan


        Thats an insult to Stevie!!

    4. Bertha Von Nation


      I love these hollier than thou mothers like this hose beast Christine Todaro! She saw a frustrated mother, and pounced! She trolled that Attleboro sight for weeks, just waiting for an unsuspecting victim that she could belittle and make herself feel like “Mother of the year!” Way to go Christine! Moms beating up other moms, and making them feel bad! Who needs to support others, when you can be an asshole! Great job! Now go die, mmkay??

    5. They call me Ponch


      Crest White Strips on the list?

      Should be.

    6. They call me Ponch


      What about minoxidil foam?

      Should be.

      Fuck these people!
      Mind your own business!

    7. Noseface


      Mother. Of. God. There is some shit you just can’t under.

      1. Noseface


        Unsee***Stupid auto correct. FML

    8. ElJefe72


      Looking at the original post, it seems that Bella Queen is saying that she did buy the supplies that the school system had listed on their website, but the teacher added an additional list (probably of nice-to-have, but not essential items). So, it doesn’t appear that she was complaining about not having enough money to buy the required supplies, rather what the teacher added on top that.

    9. Trapper keeper procurer


      Wtf is a trapper keeper lmao are u looking at a school supply list from the 70s ?

    10. Independent Thinker


      What do kids need for supplies these days? I remember needing pens and paper. Three ring binders, ruler, compass, protractor, and a calculator (in high school) could be used from year-to-year. Just curious, as I don’t have kids and have been out of school for some time now.

      Yet another reason to stay away from facebook. Facebook is controlling our lives. They are making people nasty. They are causing tension between people and they will soon be controlling what we see. And when you post something stupid on facebook, your future employers will take that into consideration in determining whether or not to hire you.

      1. Shut up Christine


        You have no idea the lists they make now, I went and bought every single thing the past two years and my son didn’t use any of it. (That was K and 1st grade) now he’s in 2nd and the list is huge… this mom is a douche though.

        1. Independent Thinker


          You’re right. I have no idea. That’s why I asked, but never got an answer. Also, are the things on the list a “must” for learning, or is it just some BS item?

          1. I'mSo80s


            Ok, so this is the lists I got…
            Pencil Box or Zipper Pouch
            Box #2 pencils *Already Sharpened *(I did NOT sharpen all 24,considering I do NOT have an electronic sharpener & was not manually cranking 24 damn pencils. 5 & he can electronically do the rest as needed!)
            12 ct color pencils
            16 ct Crayons
            Eraser Caps
            2 Glue Sticks
            Pencil sharpener that holds shaving
            Child sz Scissors
            5 folders w 2 pockets (red, orange, yellow, green, blue. Plastic preferred)
            Dry erase board (8×10)
            Dry erase markers & eraser
            Addition & Multiplication Flash Cards.
            Then, there is classroom Donations :
            Box #2 pencils
            Box Tissues (2,if poss)
            Bottle hand sanitizer
            Roll paper towels
            Antibacterial wipes
            Zip lock bags (assorted Sz)

            I think douchey is just mad she can’t tie two pieces of hair together to make a damn braid, so she’s taking everything out on the rest of society.

            1. Independent Thinker


              That doesn’t sound all that unreasonable, although I thought classrooms had a pencil sharpener.

              You need the flash cards at home so you can practice the multiplication tables with your kids, because if you expect the school to do everything, your kids will not succeed. So much needs to take place at home.

          2. bigdaddy


            Its mostly BS The teachers union wants to show how woefully under funded they are so can demand a prop 2 1/2 over ride

    11. Publius


      Christine richly deserves all the sh*t she is about to get and a whole lot more. Much more.

    12. Goose


      I’m a youngin’ so I don’t have kiddos, so to the parents out there: I’ve seen some of these supply lists, and they seem a tad outlandish. Do the kids actually use even half the things requested? I get the feeling many teachers start out super-motivated and put everything imaginable on the list with the loft ideal that “this year will be the BEST year ever!”

      Then again, while they should be more conservative for the parent’s sake, I suppose it’s a good thing there are still teachers out there with that outlook, I know it’s demanding job.

    13. Eugenics rock


      The part of not having the little monsters is fine with me. Love Abortions, birth control and forced sterilization.

    14. wabbitt


      It’s absolutely insane that, with the taxes we pay, we still have to buy a fuck ton of other shit that schools should already have for students to use. Obviously not backpacks, binders, and notebooks. But I saw the list of shit my sister had to buy my nephew (starting first grade), and most of it was stuff a teacher should just have without parents having to buy it or the teachers having to pay pit of pocket (Which they have to do quite often).

      I’d ask where my tax dollars are going, but it’s obviously into the pockets of politicians and shady non-profits.

      Like how Webster is building a new library by tacking an extra fee onto everybodys cable bill. Because in world where we have the ability to access the entirety of humanity’s knowledge from our phones, we REALLY need libraries. Though in Webster it’s just another place for junkies to shoot up when they get kicked out of McDonald’s.

    15. Hughbo Mont


      C U N T

    16. Dick Hertz from Holden


      I know a couple school teachers, they spend their own hard earned money buying supplies, they don’t have to, but they feel like they need to. My response to that would be, no fucking way am I spending my own money to supply these kids materials.

    17. Retired custodian


      I worked in a public school for many years. At the end of the year teachers would throw away a lot of supply’s to make room for the following year. Bottles of glue that were half full, pencils, crayons, notebooks to name a few. A lot of this was unused. Copy paper was the most wasted.

    18. bigdaddy


      ” Because in Massachusetts we can’t fund our public schools appropriately but we CAN afford to give 40% pay raises to the entire state legislature’
      And the brain dead voters will reelect every one of those legislators who voted for the huge pay raise

    19. Stunt Penis


      School lists like these are also known as a “hidden” tax.

      My kid gets a list every year (4th grade this year). We buy him half of what they say, and if/when he needs more during the school year, we go out and buy it. Only once (last year) have we had to go buy additional stuff, mainly because he had to give some of his supplies to the “less fortunate” in his classroom whose parents couldn’t “afford” the supplies.

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