As I can't find the original "Grossed out" discussion, I'm guessing that poster left the site. So I'm starting it up again.

Because for all the deliciously disgusting stories that went through the previous thread, I'm pretty sure what I'm seeing right this second just trumped everyone else's story.

Changing your child's diaper on an eating table at KFC. 

There are so many levels of wrong going on here I am speechless. Not on the floor far away from the eating area. Not on the floor near the eating area. On the fucking table where someone else will sit down to eat today. In the window. In full view of the rest of us who are eating. Well, 'were' eating, now struggling not to upchuck it all.

Kindly share your gross-out stories that make you that much more glad you don't have kids. But I seriously think this one will be hard to top.


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I had a former friend who did that too. There was apparently no changing table in the bathroom so she basically flipped out and yelled in front of everyone, and changed her kid on the table.
If there's no barf bag in my row on the airplane, I bet I can find something more discreet than hurling on my neighbor's food tray.

And I don't think I'd yell at the other passengers about it.
She was all yelling about how crappy the place was for not having a changing table...as if those minimum-wage fast food employees had any input to the restaurant's design?

I was just thinking "people have lived for millions of years without changing tables"
She was all yelling about how crappy the place was for not having a changing table...as if those minimum-wage fast food employees had any input to the restaurant's design?

As a former minimum-wage worker, I'd like to thank you for the consideration. I can't tell you how many times consumers took their crap out on fellow workers and myself for things we had no control over. Of course, we were expected to be polite, obsequious, and apologetic.

I was just thinking "people have lived for millions of years without changing tables"

Yes, but devolution requires people to complain about not having everything handed to them on a silver platter.
People like to take their frustrations out on someone they decide is "lower". Parents are especially like this toward daycare workers. I think it's a guilt thing; overcompensating b/c they don't spend enough time with their damn kids.
I wouldn't doubt it.
She was all yelling about how crappy the place was for not having a changing table...as if those minimum-wage fast food employees had any input to the restaurant's design?

Wait, what? The minimum-wage teenage employees didn't personally design the restaurant or dictate corporate policy? Well that's news to me.
When I was younger one of the girls I went to high school with had a kid who constantly-and I mean ALL the time-had snot running down his nose. Great globs of the stuff, not some small trickle. It would get all over the front of his shirt, and of course, all over his hands. He would get snot on everything, he would run up to people with his hands raised, snot all over them. I once made the bad decision to mention that maybe that much snot in a kid wasn't normal and perhaps a doctors visit might be in order. I was promptly yelled at by her, her friends, and a teacher that "I just didn't understand how hard it was to be a mom and how could I know what was normal for a kid?" Still makes me gag to this day.
Yeah, that makes me gag too.

Oh wait, you're talking about the snot; I'm talking about the being yelled at that "You don't understand because you haven't spawned offspring."

I worked with a woman who was a chain smoker, married to a chain smoker, and baffled why her kid ALWAYS had respiratory infections. Nothing whatsoever to do with the smoking. Nope, it's me not understanding because I'm spawn-less.

And snot-face syndrome makes me gag as well. Especially spectacular is when it bubbles in and out as the kid breathes. Or struggles to anyway.
Especially spectacular is when it bubbles in and out as the kid breathes.

I think we could put a lot of these sorts of images together and sell the video as a contraceptive.
Ewww. Just... ewww.
Ok, so there's a drinking fountain in the local supermarket deli where I sometimes hang out with my laptop. For the last two months at least the fountain has been broken in that it drains very slowly or not at all. This results in a standing pool of other people's spit, rinse, used water, and my personal favorites, food and tobacco waste.

Naturally, every other child that encounters this must add to it, play with it, and taste it.

++++++++++

Same deli; someone's unsupervised spawn walked up and, with no employees around to help her, grabbed a soda cup to go get a soda. Put it in her mouth, reconsidered the size, put the cup back, and got a different one.

Another reason to bring my own reusable cup!

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