Meowth: “That’s gross!”
Yep, decided to look up some anime clips with Swalot, hahaha. Team Rocket steals the ribbons and the identity of a competitor who then commands his Swalot to, well, swallow the disguised Jessie and then spit her back up. (apparently James isn’t the only one who gets eaten by a pokemon >_>;)
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Warum ist Deutsch nicht aufgelistet?
The people in the original post asks the same, altough there are some suppositions about the “why”.
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Omg is she kidding? I’d be fucking thrilled if I got a car for my birthday… I’d be lucky to get McDonalds and a shag.
I think this isn’t about the car.
Yeah, on the surface, this looks really ungrateful.
And to an extent it is.
However, people (especially teenagers) want to feel like people acknowledge them as individuals.
Human beings want to know that they’re being heard, noticed, that their thoughts and dreams are listened to and respected.
I think this is about her mom not listening to her and ignoring and / or overriding her wishes, not caring about her as an individual, with her own and very personal wishes, dreams, hopes and desires.
It’s a bit like a guy lovingly cooking dinner for his new girlfriend, with some grilled salmon and oysters as a starter and then the girl coming home and reminding him that she has a severe allergy to sea-food….and that on their third date, she told him a really long story about that one time she almost died from accidentally eating something that contained fish.
So the guy lovingly cooked her dinner…but he didn’t listen to her, didn’t pay attention to her as an individual with her own history and everything.
And yes, that kind of thing hurts.
Honestly, I don’t like the way Americans raise their children.
Here in Chile things like this (15th birthday parties) are rarely seen (except in families with a lot of money)
When I turned 15 I had a house party with 20 friends, I get a hamster, beautiful clothes and giant cake and was immensely happy. The same thing happened to my cousin, and in general to every woman and teenagers I know, and that happens even today.
I think these pictures show the attitude with which children and adolescents grow when parents give them everything they want. I grew up earning the things I wanted (with good grades, respecting my parents, etc..) But now children and teenagers are too spoiled, give them everything they want without complaint from parents, given the risk of hysterics by their children.
I didnt have any special cake when it was my 15th birthday. It was a day like any other. The more I got was grandma calling me and saying “Happy birthday”. That filled my day, and some classmates that took me apart, broke an egg on my head and then we went to eat hot-dogs paid by them, skipping Gymnastics class that was after that. lol.
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-sings- A girl worth fighting for~