GOT kids? Wondering where all that money you throw at them goes? Learn about the useless tat they piss it away on with this guide.
It’s funny how things change. When you were young, you spent your pocket money on cigarettes so you could inhale toxic chemicals and look cool in front of your friends. These days, your kids spend their pocket money on blueberry vapes so they can inhale toxic chemicals and look cool in front of their friends. It’s truly a different world.
Yes, McDonald’s is greasy and highly processed. But it’s also cheap and delicious, so your kids are actually showing some money smarts by purchasing and eating it every day. If fresh produce was somewhat affordable, maybe they’d be tempted to splash their pocket money on that instead. Although probably not because it doesn’t come with fries and a Coke.
Children these days don’t respect tradition. They no longer partake in good old-fashioned British drugs like cannabis, cocaine and heroin. Instead they do legal highs with strange names you’ve never heard before. And they don’t smoke or snort anything either. They exclusively suck all of their drugs through balloons and those little canisters you’re always confused by.
You’re not quite sure what your kids get up to on their phone. Whenever you ask, they hide it away and start swearing at you. But seeing as they have nothing else to show for the small fortune you send their way, it’s probably being spent on apps. You’d have a look to confirm your suspicions, but it’s not worth getting scratched in the eyes again.
Apparently regular old sweets don’t cut it anymore. Instead, kids prefer imported US candy with names like Head Exploders and Tongue Destroyers. And if they don’t come with an eye-watering price to pay the expensive shipping fees, they don’t want to know. Presumably that’s part of their disgusting appeal and you’re just too old to understand.
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When your great, great grandad was a boy, he undoubtedly got pissed in a park with his mates on dirt-cheap shitty spirits like gin. And now you’re providing funding to help your kids keep that legacy alive. Standing there, watching your little ones slink off to the Co-op with a fake ID, you can’t help but feel a sense of family pride swelling up in your chest.