STFU Parents relaunches: Four crazy examples of extreme parental stupidity on Facebook

Posted by Knowlton Thomas

Editor's Note: STFU, Parents officially relaunched their website today. We can't get enough of this blog so we decided to see what's new since we last covered them. You can see our original article on the website back in November. However, many of the links are now broken because of the website redesign.

STFU, Parents is one of those blogs that you can waste hours on. It aggregates Facebook content of what we can only describe as extreme parental stupidity.

It used to have a terrible layout that was difficult to navigate and hard on the eye. With this relaunch, we're glad to see greatly enhanced navigation and a much more professional interface—and it will be able to accommodate ads, which is good, because the author "B," deserves money for her efforts.

There are now such categories as "Language Butchery," which will render English teachers suicidal, "Mama Drama," which is a spectacular alternative to Real Housewives reality TV shows, and "Mommyjacking," the classic case of one-upping a fellow mommy out of the blue.

We strongly encourage you to check out the site for yourself, but here we compiled four of our many, many favourites. 

• Yo, I'ma let you finish, but Purple had the BEST BIRTH EVER.

Here, we observe purple  thoroughly describing her squatting method of giving birth and its apparent effectiveness. In addition to a wildly inappropriate photo for the context of Facebook, she gave herself a giant pat on the back for an exclamation-heavy "GLORIOUS AMAZING BIRTH."

Mommyjacking: Turning new mothers into fucking douchebags one jack at a time.

The brevity of this post, as B notes, is rather impressive. While their are perhaps funnier examples of mommyjacking on the blog, this one is the ideal example to demonstrate exactly what it is: an uncalled for one-up, mother-to-mother: "My kid's better. Much better. And I'll let you know it, too." How civil.

Angelina's sex tips (and spelling errors) go a little too far.

Oh, Angelina. You disturb me. I'm really not sure what's worse: the fact that you're talking about laying down a towel and turning off the lights so your sister can have sex while bleeding on her period to increase her odds of pregnancy (false information to begin with) on a public Facebook status, or your spelling and grammar? Please stop procreating, dear.

Congrats, Laura. You have a severe case of OMS (Obnoxious Mom Syndrome).

Everybody's seen a young kid rampage through a cafe or grocery store like a crazed monkey, his parent either nowhere to be seen or entirely and deliberately ignorant to the situation. Apparently, these people actually go on Facebook and brag about being obnoxious asswipes. Who knew? It's war now, you latte-sipping bitch.

 

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Knowlton Thomas

Knowlton Thomas

Knowlton is the managing editor of Techvibes. Based in Vancouver, Knowlton has been published in national publications and has also appeared on television and radio. Previously he was an editor for New Westminster weekly The Other Press and served on its board of directors. When not working, Knowlton enjoys playing tennis, hiking, and exploring weird side streets. more



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