5.25.2010

These Kids Are Not One Man Wolfpacks

(Youtube video - worth it.)
I support freedom. I support weirdness. I support America. But if I was the father of one of these kids, I'd rip that Daniel Boone coonskin tail off his rump and strangle him with it.
Man, you parents have it rough these days.
(And I kinda fear for the one chick that said, "We're not a gang. Gangs are posers." My contacts within the Latin Kings tell me they are not pleased with that.)

28 comments:

Anonymous said...

Posers, your the posers!!

DF Micheal J. Fox

Anonymous said...

Not only would I strangle him with his tail, were I any of those kids' mom I would have to scrub the heavy make-up off and make them pull their hair out of their faces, not to mention the stupid, ridiculous fangs and satanic jewelry. Of course the mom shown who is "proud of" her son looks like she needs a make-up lesson and perhaps a make-over as well. Anyone who would allow their teen to dress and act that way and still live at home has to be a little nuts themselves.

Danny Boy said...

I will beat the f out my boys if they even dared to pretend to do stupid S like this. These parents deserve to be beat.

Our world is F'd because this is the future generation. What ever happened to Porky's and PBR?

Anonymous said...

"Gangs are posers; they just want attention."
Girlie - you realize you're not REALLY a wolf/werewolf, right? You're posing as one. And trying to get attention in the process.

If I had tried anything even remotely close to this when I was a kid, my dad would have gone all Red "Foot in the A$$" Forman on my a$$. Literally...

Remote Controller said...

I am laughing so hard right now, I just blew coffee out of my nose!!!!

Anonymous said...

Don't sweat it, expensive Govt. programs will fix what screwed up, worthless parents couldn't. Yeah right!

Anonymous said...

It's nothing boot camp couldn't take care of.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if he and his Mother share the same mascara?

Anonymous said...

Send them to the front lines in Afghanistan so they can teach those terrorists a thing or two.
Let's see how tough they are.

BH said...

IT is not tough being a parent. These people make it tough because they would rather be a "friend" to their kids, rather than an adult, and a parent.

Just one swift kick...

Anonymous said...

1:36

I wuld do the same to mi kids. Hell, I will prolly show them this video an tel them this wil git there as$es kiked.

Sorry for all the typos.

Fake MzChief poser

Anonymous said...

Nothing a daily red-neck a$$-whooping wouldn't eventually take care of.

Anonymous said...

Does their school not have a dress code?

Anonymous said...

That's just F'ing funny! My inner werewolf things these kids are EMO's!

HAHAHAHAHA!

Anonymous said...

I thought that was Kristen Wiig.

Anonymous said...

What if one of these werewolves needed directions and stopped to ask you Barry?

Would you enjoy the humorous moment as you did a Spanish speaking foreigner who was illegal?, or would you want to rip that coonskin tail off the american young man who was a good boy and did his chores at home, but dressed differently than you?

Anonymous said...

3:57....yes, because being a dumb redneck is so much better than being a werewolf. Puhleeze....go back to your trailer park.

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Anonymous said...

3:57, are you referring to the "deliverance" type of redneck a$$ whipping that so many of you closet rednecks like?
"Squeal like a pig or howl like a wolf, I don't really care as long as you use that pretty mouth of yours." says the redneck in the woods.

mzchief said...

Let me get this straight, it is perfectly acceptable to dress-up like a werewolf and go to school but is unacceptable to wear a t-shirt with an American flag.

We are doomed.

Anonymous said...

9:25......"because being a dumb redneck is so much better than being a werewolf"......yes, you are correct.

10:13.....naw, no specific type of redneck, just one that would make it nearly impossible for that freak to want to come to school.

If the boy (at least I think it's a boy) has a desire to "belong" to something, there's plenty of things far more useful to society than than dressing up like a dog and drawing attention to yourself.

chupacabra said...

"It's not Emo, it's not Goth..." It IS however retarded.

mzchief said...

To chupacabra...
Dude, you are being VERY unkind to retards.
*:)

Anonymous said...

They don't seem to be causing trouble, they're going to school, and they seem to be genuinely good kids, so what is the problem? Would you rather they identify themselves with jocks and cheerleaders? Those two groups are probably the worst in schools. They do whatever they want, and that includes things like drinking, doing drugs, and sleeping around. Its allowed because they're associated with these groups that were at one time a symbol of the pure, wholesome, all American student. However, now their actions are nothing better than the trailer park you want to call the werewolves. Hey, if they want to wear a furry tail and some dark eye-make up while they're being good kids, let them. Someone might think you're scared of it because it's unfamiliar to you. Way to go to that mother who allows her children some freedom but with limits. Besides, you might want to be nice...that kid could be your future president:)

mzchief said...

To anonymous 12:57...
Are you SERIOUSLY applauding a mother who encourages her child to act like a freak in public but requires the same child to remove the freak costume when they are in her home?

Anonymous said...

I attended a small parochial school so it was basically jocks and cheerleaders and nerds all mixed together. Which was entertaining. I will say that I can understand kids wanting to be identified with something different from the norm but this vampire and werewolf idea is just weird. I mean why not a firefighter clique or spaceman clique? What's next, a bunch of kids running around dressed like superhero's? Oh, there's batman and aquaman! Wait, those kids would just be considered nerds. Imagination is a wonderful thing but keeping our kids rooted in reality to some extent seems a bit necessary if you ask me. Oh and by the way, I really have a problem with all of the north texas schools having the backwards day or whatever they call it when all of the guys dress like girls. That's introducing crossdressing to our young people and possibly turning them into Tranny's. You educators should screw your heads on a little more.

Propagandist said...

Someone needs to let these jr. idiots in on the secret, "Twilght" was a movie not a documentary and then kick their parents' asses.

Anonymous said...

No. MzChief, I am SERIOUSLY applauding a mother who is allowing her kid to "DRESS" like a freak outside her home. He's not out chasing people around trying to bite them. So what he wants to dress differently than you. That does not make him a freak. You call him a freak because he's different from you and you're scared by that. Get used to it. The norm is no longer the clean cut, preppy look. Different is becoming more and more socially acceptable. Now, as for the mother making him take it off when he gets home...He is respectful of his mothers wishes. He is respecting the authority of the household. What's the problem? I guess he could tell her to F*** off, grab a beer from the fridge, and run out back and bite someone...