Public backlash is about to commence

I already know the comments I’m going to get for having an unpopular opinion but I’m going to laugh at you dumb bitches anyway.

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Being a stay at home mom isn’t a real job. Yes I’m talking about you Scency selling, yoga pant wearing, soap opera watching fatasses that pretend like you have the hardest job in the world “insert eye roll here” lol. You know who has a way harder job is your hardworking husband’s, who not only have to work for the day but then get the joy of coming home to your lazy piece of shit ass that hasn’t even bothered to clean up because kids make such a big mess “insert another eye roll here”.

Now before you semen demon breeders immediately jump down my throat, I have 3 kids of my own (and no don’t feel sorry for my kids because I don’t believe in your pretend occupation so that immediately makes me less qualified to be a mom), two of which are in elementary school, which means they’re gone almost 8 hours a day. That just leaves my 4 year old at home 3 days a week.

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Guess what? She dresses herself in the morning, she knows to pick up her toys when she’s done with them or puts her dirty dishes in the sink when she’s done eating like any normal functioning human being should. When the 2 oldest come home they have their chores that need to be done. So no you stay at home moms do not have a hard job.

Maybe try raising your kids and quit pretending like your life is like those lame ass soap operas you have on the background while you’re napping at noon.


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  1. I moved my office home to take care of a loved one. I have taken on the more traditional roles like cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc. If these tasks aren’t work, why do we pay people to do them for us?

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    1. ^ there is a point tho if you don’t tell them they’re wrong, they will believe it to be right and others might listen. the main comment tho kudos I like how one person has an easier time with it and immediately assumes they know every situation and everyone must be wrong. U apparently by your word do a good job, good on you, have a medal. Stop complaining other people aren’t like u people are different. That is life.

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  2. Sweetheart, you should grow up and confront that “friend” of yours that makes feel like shit directly, instead of making a fool
    Of yourself in front of and entire city. Smh

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  3. Oh I’m sorry, but not all of us have our kids doing our jobs for us. Sorry, not sorry. Get off your high horse bitch. I work a full time job, have 2 kids, and still manage to do the house chores instead of pushing them off to my 5&9 year old kids that should be doing just that…. being kids!

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    1. Like me. I have 3 kids (13, almost 11 and almost 6). I work a full time job in the trades. Then come home drive to sports, and do the cooking/cleaning. Yea my bf thinks the kids should do more (they have to keep their rooms clean, put dishes in the sink, put laundry away etc), but if rather them be kids. Plus none of them can clean to MY standard. They’ll learn eventually when their house is a mess……. I hope.

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    2. where does it mention that she has them do anything beyond anything beyond a normal chore list (making their beds, dishes in sink, cleaning up after themselves)? My kids have the same chores as listed above plus a few more. It doesn’t say that the kids are working for her.

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    3. I thought this was directed at “stay at home moms”. I am in no way supporting the OP, but everyone responding with “I have a full time job…” confuses me.
      PS. My wife and I BOTH have full time jobs with 2 kids (13, 8) and are always behind in cleaning. Haha.

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    4. My mother raised 4 daughters and we all did chores. Dishes, vacuuming the living room and hallway, cleaning the bathroom (my fave besides mowing the lawn) keeping our rooms clean.

      It’s what gave us all such a strong work ethic and taught us basic things we’d need to take care of ourselves when we left the nest.

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    1. If that is the extent of good parenting – having kids that go to school and walk upright…talk about lowered expectations.
      Thank goodness my bar isn’t that low. My kids get a little more out of me than that. But then again, not all of us care Amal. I can’t raise the world.

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    1. How dare people have an opinion and use language you wouldn’t!! #getoverit #freespeech
      Also I don’t agree with the post but I’m not a snowflake who takes offense to some anonymous post.

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    2. Krystal Weller Hatoum, we also need to realize that people aren’t all the same. And there will always be groups on either side of any spectrum. So whose opinion is more important?? The Truth is.. neither…

      People need to accept the differences in people…..And a “snowflake” is someone who is incapable of such. They feel their feelings and opinions are more important than anything. Whether it be language, imagery, science, politics, advertising, opinions, clothing, education and everything else, you must consider their feelings and alter yourself, your wording or displays to ensure you don’t hurt their feelings in any way….thats a snowflake.

      Someone who sees something they don’t like and either joins the conversation with their own thoughts ready to be challenged OR scroll on by and say nothinf…..NOT a snowflake. Lol.

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  4. Worry about others a little bit less, stop being so judgemental and be a bit happier. You can laugh at this “dumb bitch” all you want, but I really could care less how you live your life….you sound jealous or miserable or both. Name calling at the beginning is not the best way to get your point across. Thank your hard working husband for everything thing he does and move on with your life.

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  5. Oh MY! I was always a working mother, but I always respected those that chose to stay home and raise their children, these are the mothers most of them that did all the volunteering for school and usually volunteer in the community as well. This person should keep her opinion(or stereotyping to herself)

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  6. I boil it down to liabilty.
    I have two lives completely depending on me. Every decision I make will affect them somehow.
    My husband is in a pretty serious occupation. But due to safety and chain of command most of the time he is only liable for his own life.

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  7. Well laa dee daa!! How great are you?! Way to be a troll behind the screen. First of all, you have no clue what you’re talking about and are very judgemental. 2nd no I’m not one of “those” so called lazy moms. But I do know quite a few that do some of the at home jobs and guess what? You do have to work your ass off to actually get somewhere in those companies. 3rd good for them for trying to contribute to the family.
    You can’t speak for everyone. You talk like you’re so great but at the end of the day you’re just some judgmental bitch.

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  8. Ha hahahahaha why not get a full time job and take care of ur kids, I know a lot of women that have 3 plus kids and full time job…… soooooo whatever everyone bitches about something stupid on here that’s what it’s for

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  9. I mean, it’s not a job because I don’t get paid or have a boss but it’s work. That’s like saying the people who provide childcare aren’t working.

    I’ve been a working mom too. Both are hard. I don’t see why anyone has to drag anyone down to lift someone else up.

    I stayed home until my oldest was 4 and it made me crazy. The work itself is menial and not all that hard, but it’s draining emotionally and psychologically. Have you ever done it? It can be really tough.

    I don’t claim to have a harder “job” than any other mother, but I don’t just sit around all day and ignore my kids either.

    I don’t get why you have to go out of your way to be insulting. We made different choices. It is what it is.

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  10. So we’re lazy for being stay at home moms. But you’re not lazy for making your kids do all the work you’re too lazy to do? Stfu and get out of here you ‘semen demon breeder”

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  11. Wow!! Not all of us have OCD ya know!! And sorry girls are a lot different than boys!! NAP?? Who has time to nap?? Have you ever even stayed home with your kids? You sound like a jealous bitch!! I’ve worked full time and let me tell you I’d rather be employed than stay home. Not because I don’t love my kids but because it’s depressing as hell!!! You are clueless!!

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  12. so let me get this straight these “scentsy” ladies are doing far more than you obviously are throughout the day and you feel the need to bitch about their lazy asses? Im confused.

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  13. How is it that u know what every stay at home mom does I have 3 kids in school yes I know people that stay at home volunteer for school do sport fundraisers make sure that when their hard working loving spouse comes home they have food in the fridge because that is part of the job too being a ” stay at home mom” doesn’t necessarily mean that they are at home all day there are errands to run maybe they help take care of sick family members are an out of home employee like sentsy or epicure but they still work to bring income in
    But obviously your upset with yourself cause u can’t multitask and hack the stay at home mom position and u just don’t appreciate what your mom did for you or her mom did for her because along that line of mothers in your family tree there where stay at home moms I can guarantee that!!

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  14. Maybe actually raise your kids instead of having them raise themselves. Can’t wait until you’re elderly and your kids leave you on your own because you “should be able to take care of yourself “

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  15. My Opinion of “Shout Out Edmonton ” is now very low..to approve such garbage…really? This Troll is whats wrong with the world and you approve this name calling horrible post? Hmmm..rethinking my choice to follow this group..shame on you!

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  16. Does the OP have the guts to post their name if they’re so passionate about it? Easy to talk shit about and to people that have no idea who you are. Lol. Keyboard warriors are funny.

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  17. I was a stay at home mom for 8 years. My husband (now ex) lost his job and I needed to find a job to take care of our family.

    My dad was able to get me into construction (I was 30) I went from being a stay at home mom to working 6-7 days a week 10-14 hour days.

    Guess which job was harder. Being a stay at home mom. I love my kids and I do love the fact that I was able to stay st home with them as long as I did, but working outside the home is soooooooooooooooooooooooo much easier.

    And yes me and my ex have divorced since (other reasons) and being a working mom is still easier than being a stay at home mom (I’m lucky though and me and my ex share 50/50) but for a year I did take care of them full time as well as worked and still will say it was easier than being home.

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    1. I thought being a stay at home mom was actually very tough. There was no breaks, this op is off their rocker. If I got a nap it was only with a baby beside me. A baby that woke up every two hours for a year. It’s exhausting, and demanding.

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  18. People like this, who bitch about what other people do, obviously have nothing better to do OR their life is SO boring that they have to worry about everyone else’s life. My mom always used to say, “sweep your own doorstep before you worry about the dirt on someone else’s”. Its ok to have an opinion….we all do. Doesn’t make one any more right than the other. If what these ladies are doing isn’t hurting you, what’s the big deal. I think the OP needs a vacation or something.

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  19. You look and sound like a real miserable bitch!!! It is not up to you to trash how other Mothers choose to be. If you have an issue with someone in particular then let them know. Worry more about your kids amd stfu!!

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  20. You know who has a way harder job?

    Us single moms who play the stay at home AND sole breadwinner role every single day.

    I’d love to sit back and watch a stay at home manage my life and home for a week. Now that would be entertaining!

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  21. Lmao. Wowsers, to the person who has done a great job stirring the pot, the only thing that you have accomplished was pissing in other people’s cereal bowls. Bravo!! Did it make you feel proud of what you did?

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  22. Typical feminist shoutout….who thinks raising kids is not work nd managing home is just piece of cake and boring i will gladly take a traditional lady anyday who does the house chores nd raise kids so that we can have better society and who thinks this is an important job rather then someone who like running after money all the time and calling everyone else dumb and later on spending the at paycheck sephoras for some paint i think we have come far away from a comfortable and practicle lifestyle and everyone is confused in some kind of “ism” striving for fake happiness just like we eat all the junk and processed food instead of natural good home coked food on the dining table at home……i am happy to take the responsibility for bringing food on the table thats what men do…. it might be less in the start but with time it will get better and we will figure things out but most important thing is my better half is doing half the job at home she got my back… i dunt have the sense of hurry and worry thats a lot to have nd gives satisfaction and thats what human kind is looking for ultimate goal is to satisfy

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  23. I’m sorry that you feel so insecure about yourself that you must put others down in order to feel good about yourself.
    I made sacrifices to stay at home with my kids until they were all school aged. I’ve never judged anyone who couldn’t and definitely admired and respected anyone who does stay home caring for the home and family.
    I had more free time working outside the home than it. More naps as a Mom working outside the home too.
    Again I am sorry for you aninomous poster.

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  24. Insert eye roll here* You really seem like you’ve snapped by raising your perfect children. I’v raised 4 to be awesome adults but never in my life did i feel this way, that i have to go on the internet to degrade other moms. Maybe take a spa day and just breath. Poor soul…insert eye roll here……again.

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  25. Wow, someone is immature. Relax. Breathe. All good parents work hard in whatever capacity that is, for the well being of their children. My husband and I have 3 children. I was a stay at home mom and he worked hard to enable me to do that. I took my ‘not real job’ seriously and worked hard at it, making our house a home. I was able to do things with our kids that he was not and I realize how lucky I was to go on every school trip, volunteer at their schools etc etc. We appreciated each other and respected what each of us did for our family. The best part of all of it is that our children, now adults, remember fondly coming home after school with friends in tow whose parents may have been working..all were welcome at our house. They remember our relaxing summer holidays filled with daydreams and water fights and bike rides. I sometimes wonder if I did enough but our children are all really nice, smart, productive adults and in the end, that is all any parent could want, whether they stay at home or work outside of the house. I had friends who were working mothers and all of us respected each other’s choices like mature adults should.

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  26. Wow…you must be the perfect wife & mom. Good on you!

    I myself, have 3 kids at home. Children are a blessing, but it doesn’t mean that being a mom isn’t a tough job. Its a HARD job. If you don’t have a hard time with it, good for you. But sure as hell, take your comments elsewhere. B/C until you’ve walked a mile in my shoes – you have no right to assume that I don’t have a “real” job. You have no idea what my day entails. If my kids have any disabilities. You don’t know my philosophy on parenting, nor my chosen way to raise my kids.

    Until you have something valid to say, keep you sh*tty comments to yourself.

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  27. As long as my child is well taken care of who cares what I do, does it bother you that I make money to buy my child clothes or shoes? If that’s what I choose to do who gives a f*** it shouldn’t affect your bitter self in anyway.

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  28. This sounds like a passive agressive attack at someone in particular … instead of demeaning women everywhere why don’t you ‘woman’ up and go to the source of your wrath directly and leave everyone else out of it … just saying

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  29. I have 4 kids under the age of 7… my youngest is 4 months old. I’m currently packing to move into our new house. I’m eating leftovers from my kids lunch and nursing the baby….
    I must need some medical intervention, ’cause this sure as shit feels like a lot of work…

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  30. I wish the original poster could tell me what her point is? She has an opinion… It’s not popular… So, what?

    If your biggest gripe is “some people think they have it so hard and they have no clue”,

    I say just be grateful that’s your biggest gripe

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  31. Um what happened to the positive posts that were suppose to be put out. This post is sickening and degrading to sahm’s. I have been on both sides of the fence and neither is easy. I stayed at home with my kids for 5yrs. Then hubby lost his job and could not find a new one. So I stepped up and went out a got a job. But this post is disgusting.

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  32. I’m ok with your point, i am just wondering what it is you do for work? Who is watching your kids while you’re presumably not staying home with your kids (as you have such disdain for stay at home moms).

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  33. So your kids are in school and you spent all this time to write a post about how other parents are dumb and not being good parents. Funny you wasted all that time to do so. Now that’s bad parenting as your 3 yr old Sits unattended cause you feel it necessary to be rude and disrespectful to others.. that’s nice. It would be nice if no one commented on your post just to show you that no one cares. Ugh.. there is so many soap operas I am missing right now cause I had to respond.

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  34. I like how the OP says “before you jump down my throat” like somehow because he/she was able to breed children, that makes he/she eligible to have such a passive aggressive and outright demeaning post about mothers on a social media page that was designed to share great stories of Edmonton residents. I have to wonder how long the OP took to type out this post and make sure their eye rolls and curses were in just the right place instead of rearing the 4 year old at home. I do feel bad for those kids because there is no way that a parent could take the time to write out this kind of crap and hatred and not have a negative impression on their children every day of their lives.

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  35. Probably just some 50 + year old bag with no plumbing who got stuck with her grandkids cause her daughter turned out to be a drunk like her and is taking it out on FB. Instead of the bio-mother raising them. The 80’s are over and days of child neglect are over. You aren’t supposed to teach a 4 year old to fend for itself. Don’t act better than other mom’s because you didn’t finish school and are jealous of those who could afford to stay at home. Sit down to listen and learn for once. Times have changed. Get with the program. Just cause you can’t afford scentsy doesn’t mean you have to get mad about it. Watch “your” kids instead of watching how others live. Not everyone’s fault you can’t afford to retire early. Mind your own business!

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  36. I’m with the OP. Yall need to stop complaining so much. There is a pretty obvious stereotype, especially in alberta where wages are higher and it almost seems like women come to this province to marry men who make this money and immediately have kids. When the oil prices went down yall mothers were on here every day complaining about everything it seems. Point is the OP has a point. If there is a lesson to be learned yall stay at home moms spend too much time on Facebook complaining about shit. Also I have no kids.

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    1. The fact you don’t have children makes your comments even less valid than the OP sweetie. Just because you know women like that does not entitle you to paint us all with the same brush. If you don’t have kids, you have no clue what any of her rant really means to moms

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  37. Perhaps it takes one to know one? The only way a stay at home mom is a fat lazy ##### is when she’s trained her children to do everything for her!!! I stayed at home with my daughter until she was 4, the only television I watched was with my daughter because she’d ask me to. Sitting on my rump rarely happened and usually only because I was sick. But, then again,what would I know? Every Mom is different, and it IS difficult sometimes. Back off the mom’s lady…

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  38. This dumb twat thinks everyone’s life is just the same as hers. She should consider everyone’s circumstances. And no I’m not a stay at home mom. Full time working mom with 3 kids ranging from 1-6. But for the ones who stay home with your baby’s being a stay at home mom is still important. This self righteous bitch is probably deeply miserable for her to write such a nasty things in regards of stay at home mom’s. Woman you are nothing but sick ugly disgusting demented bitch. Good day… I’ll pray for you. Bkuz clearly you need prayers.

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  39. I’ve raised 3 kids and I’m from the States so maternity leave is 6 weeks…UNPAID. Couldn’t wait to get back to work. Not for the money. But because being at home is a much harder job. Props to the moms that cut careers short and take care of kids. It’s a very hard job that does not pay very well.

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  40. All I have to say is real women support and help each other! I learned in kindergarten that if I don’t have anything nice to say…be quiet. I guess you missed that lesson. If you put as much effort into being positive as you do being judgemental, you might actually like your life. ((HUGS)) I got the feeling you may need a hug.

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  41. hahahahah ya ok lady .. we all know your lying out your ass .. please stop trying to act like your fkn superwoman and your life is sprinkles and rainbows and your life is soooo easy with 3 kids cause we all know your full of it..

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  42. I was a stay at home mom until they when to school….then went to work and realized going to work was a break, feeling bad for my hardworking husband was bullshit…working made me a better mom and a better person…whatever works for you, don’t judge

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  43. I think my house is messy enough and I am lazy enough to join the Semen Demon Breeders!!! I will have to let you all know when my nap is done, oh and i love wine! 😛 🙂

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