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Desc:Don't be a baby, touch the shrimp.
Category:Horror, Educational
Tags:scare, Shrimp, mother of the year, Shellfishshock, Post Traumatic Shrimp syndrome
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Comment count is 23
Hooker - 2009-05-30
Five for HORRIBLE parenting.
facek - 2009-05-30
Are you kidding, shit like this is what builds adults with a sense of humor.

Doctor Arcane - 2009-05-30
Hey it's called desensitization therapy. Except for the last part. That was just hilarious.

baleen - 2009-05-30
Girls need to grow up to be strong ladies. They can't just cry and be scared of shrimp.

Spoonybard - 2009-05-30
If you use the whimsical propensities of children against them with enough frequency, they will discard them out of self defense! It's called "building character"
HankFinch - 2009-05-30
Yeah, there's this whole flipside though, like I have this neighbor that won't leave his apartment except to get his mail. I said something about not seeing much and he said something about germs. Whoo boy! What a character!

Kojack13 - 2009-05-30
Five for AWESOME parenting.
spikestoyiu - 2009-05-30
Two and a half for MEDICORE parenting.

No but seriously five.
fluffy - 2009-05-30
When this girl grows up she's going to talk to a therapist and the therapist will be all "And where do you think the root of your problems stem from?" and she'll be all "my mom made me TOUCH a SHRIMP!" and then she'll suddenly realize how silly this traumatic memory was.

Then she'll find it on YouTube and point her therapist to it and then the therapist will be all "she was clearly asserting her domination over you and keeping you scared, I think we should schedule weekly sessions so we can discuss this issue"
fermun - 2009-05-30
Children and shellfish make great videos.
MK_Ultra - 2009-05-30
These cows that are effectively abusing their children to amuse fat people on youtube should have court-enforced parenting classes. Kids don't need this shit.
Aubrey McFate - 2009-05-30

chairsforcheap - 2009-05-30
nah they should have their fingernails removed on youtube

La Loco - 2009-05-30
Sounds like someone has Post Traumatic Shrimp syndrome.

Camonk - 2009-11-25
More like MK VULVA am I right

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-05-30
How Not To Parent; a Guide
TeenerTot - 2009-05-30
Yea, my parents screwed with me too. I turned out pretty alright, although I do have an incredible fear of the undersides of boats. Not of being ON boats, but the UNDERSIDES of boats. I can't go near a boat that's dry-docked or turned over. I'm not sure where exactly that comes from, but I'm sure it was something my parents found amusing.
feathersfall - 2009-05-30
wow. i wonder what horrible shrimp-related Saw-like murder she has planned for her Mommy. Hope she puts it on youtube.
kennydra - 2009-05-30
Hm, my ex's parent's did this to him with a lot of different foods as a child (he was a picky eater). He developed a gag reflex to basically every food except for bread and cheese as an adult and has a horrible diet due to this. He had a stroke recently. He's 23 years old.

Yay parenting!
glenn - 2009-05-30
Your... ex?

Syd Midnight - 2009-05-31
Natural selection has to step in at some point

Syd Midnight - 2009-05-31
I loved shrimp as a kid because eating a little animal whole like you're Godzilla was pretty cool.
spikestoyiu - 2009-06-01
Fuck you crybabies. I learned how to swim after my older brother threw me into a pool. It worked.
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