Public Service Announcement: Finding strangers to babysit your crotch fruits on a community Facebook page.
Not her first rodeo either.
Sadly it had to be explained to her why this was not the most well thought idea ever posted on the Internet.
Yea smart guy – what’s the difference between a regulated, orderly website, and a complete free for all on Facebook? Your kids are getting raped either way according to Mom.
“I mean, they can be qualified and still rape your kids.”
Need that on a t-shirt.
Obviously this individual is well suited to be rearing human beings.
She’d ask her baby daddy to stick around and watch her kids but, ya know…..
That would require getting knocked up by someone with a job.
I think we all know how that fairy tale ends – with a whole bunch of unpaid child support and a guy named Gary who the kids affectionately call “weekend Dad.” Don’t worry though, he’ll still creep into your DMs when when the ho’s aren’t doing their fair share.
Ironically earlier in the day she elected to share the tragic story of a brother who killed his sister.
While the baby sitter was there……
I think we both know which on you’ll be picking Samantha.
Clarence responded to the ad but sadly the post was pulled down. If we end up getting the gig we’re having a part in Westfield though. Hopefully no kids will get raped in this Facebook babysitting gig, but as they say in the old country….
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