Go and watch this video on Google Video and you’ll see a perfect example of a kid who wouldn’t have lasted five minutes in my Mom’s house. It’s a capture from a clan match taking place in the game Rainbow Six over Xbox Live and it features a 9-year old kid who forgot to turn his headset off arguing with his mother about getting him a glass of “motherfucking chocolate milk.”
There’s lots of ways to describe this video, Strange, Scary, “WTF?!!” This video is about some 9-year-old arguing with his mother about Chocolate Milk while playing Xbox Live, and forgetting to turn his Headset off.
This video may entertain you. Plus it does make a nice topic of discussion
It starts off a bit noisy and difficult to follow until the guy doing the capture realizes what’s going on and takes the time to sit and listen to the kid rant at his mother. To say it left me aghast is an understatement. In the home I grew up in the sort of backtalk this kid exhibits would’ve been a death sentence at the tender age of 9. Hell, I don’t think I’d dare risk talking to my mother like this at the age of 38 cause my mother would STILL put my fat ass in its place! It’s not even so much the fact that the kid is swearing that’s a shock as much as it is the fact that he’s obviously got absolutely no respect for his mother and she puts up with it! Had I even attempted that sort of thing not only would my ass be too sore to sit for a month, but the game console would be disconnected and locked up (if not thrown away outright) and I’d have a lot more to complain about than not getting a glass of chocolate milk.
The kid is 9 years old and he’s playing Rainbow Six, which is rated M for Mature and not intended for anyone under 17. I wonder who bought the game for him? OK, that’s a rhetorical question. It’s probably the same nitwit that can’t be bothered to be a parent to her child and gets no respect from him as a result. Granted it’s just one video and we’re not familiar with the background of the people involved, but it’s enough to know that something isn’t being done in that household that should be. Not that corporal punishment is the only answer, but this kid makes for a pretty good argument in favor of it.
Link found via Joystiq.