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6 Things Oblivious Brown Parents Say That Don’t Make Any Sense

6 Things Oblivious Brown Parents Say That Don’t Make Any Sense

Abiramee Kathirgamanathan

I don’t know if it’s just the fact that I have brown parents or basically all parents do the following, however, there should be at least some things in common, right? Here’s a list of 6 things that parents say, that make no sense whatsoever. I’ve gathered these from my personal experience and from the things I’ve heard from my friends.

1. Asking me for Help

Parents helping

I agree, I don’t do much work at home and that’s probably a key factor to this occurring. My parents love to complain that I don’t help out and they do everything on their own, be it, cooking, cleaning or helping out in general. However, when I offer to help out, I don’t end up getting to do anything. Let me provide an example, my dad rules the kitchen, I would go as far as saying it’s his kingdom. He complains about not getting help, but when I offer to help around the kitchen, I immediately get shut down!

2. What Will People Say?

Why should I care what people say?! Our society is currently extremely judgemental causing us to need to fit into their expectations. The phrase “What will people say,” said by parents only proves that’s who we’re supposed to be like. Truly we are all different and beautiful and should not let that go because of the fear of societal judgement.

3. Because I said So

I understand that parents do have authority. However, we should at least know the reason behind things they ask us to do, right? The phrase, “Because I said so”, is pretty vague and does the complete opposite of what it’s supposed to do. Instead of stopping children from asking questions, the phrase ignites them to ask the next question of “because what?”. There starts the endless bickering.

4. Put it On My Head

How do you put something on someone’s head? I agree you could if it were a hat, but what about an apple? It would most definitely fall off. Parents say this when they are annoyed because you’ve asked them where to put something. Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

5. Bring Me 2 or 3

This might just be my parents but when I ask them how much they want of a certain item, they answer with “2 or 3”. However, when I give it to them, they aren’t satisfied and question if I could only carry that amount. How am I supposed to know that you meant it metaphorically? It simply doesn’t make sense. So, parents, your kids aren’t mind readers, please specify how much you need something when they ask. Thank you!

6. Let’s Leave

BYE BYE!!!!!

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there. The “Let’s Leave” from 10 o’clock, turns into leaving at 11:00. I agree saying goodbye may take some time, however, it doesn’t count if you start talking about what *insert auntie name here* said!

Despite all this, I love my parents! They do so much for us and sometimes we get angry at them and vice versa. However, in the end, deep down, we all love each other.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

Ah, I think this one’s the most relatable one of them all. When you’re at a party and your parents say “Let’s leave” and begin to say goodbye to their fellow friends and basically almost all the people there.

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Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

Maybe you asked the question way too many times, if you did, then their anger may be justified. However, if you asked them the question for the first time and this is their response, that wouldn’t make any sense! I honestly wonder, where this phrase came from since it’s quite intriguing!

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