Comments to article «20 Bright Side Readers Share Their Awkward Moments of Parenthood»Read the articleGet notificationsKusuma.kusuma3 years agohahaha..I never celebrated the new year's eve and never went to any party. But when I was in my 2nd grade of senior high school, I decided to have at least one memorable event. things went well untill I felt so sleepy at 00.30s, so I called my Dad to picked me up. we rode a motorcycle, and suddenly we felt the tire was flat. he asked me to check the tire, so I checked it. I bumped the back tire. when I about to sit again, he pulled the gas, and left me. alone, in the middle of the night, in a dark road, and extremely sleepy. Dad said that he kept talking. He didn't realize that he left me, untill someone asked him whom he talked to, and yes, I finally got picked up?2-ReplyAditya3 years agoOnce my dad was told by my mom to bring me to school, when I was stillr eally young. So, he went to school as she told him.. expect one thing - he forgot me at home2-ReplyEmily3 years agoAdityaParenthood is tough ?did he notice it half-way to school?--ReplyAditya3 years agoEmilyno, he only noticed it when he came to school hmself. All this time he thought I followed him :D--ReplyHelen Plumtree2 years agomaybe it's time to let children think for themselves and remember their own backpack and teach them to cross roads. No wonder they are producing a generation of morons--ReplyKhelli Boyd2 years agoWhen I was 6, I was with my older brother ( 10 years and 1 day older ) and my Dad. We were on our way home from somewhere and stopped 35 miles from home at a gas station. Dad went to the bathroom while my brother pumped gas. I told him I was going to the bathroom but he never listened to me. They both got in the car and left. 10 miles from home, Dad says " Wow, Khelli is being awfully quiet!" and my brother looks in the backseat and says " YEAH! because she isn't HERE!" They came back and I was sitting in the gas station office, reading a roadmap. The attendant just laughed and said it happened all the time but that I didn't cry like most kids!--ReplySign in, to add a comment
Dad said that he kept talking. He didn't realize that he left me, untill someone asked him whom he talked to, and yes, I finally got picked up?
did he notice it half-way to school?