Your kids, your problem

I don't know why you looked so stunned when I handed you a broom, dustpan and paper towel and asked you to clean up after your kids. You didn't bring a personal maid to clean up after them did you? Maybe you expected one of my employees to clean up the cereal, raisins, juice and milk your children spilled throughout the store. We have enough to do without cleaning up messes that unsupervised, unruly toddlers make because the parent is too busy shopping and talking on the phone to actually PARENT. You are welcome to bring your children into the store but you are responsible for them. If I wanted to clean up after children I'd get knocked up. —Shopkeeper not Babysitter

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