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In Case You Needed More Proof That Some People Just Shouldn't Be Parents

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February 13, 2013

Drying Baby Dos And Donts
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A good friend of mine just had his second child this week and I couldn't be happier for him. He works hard, takes care of his family and is a good father and husband. He definitely should have kids. As for the two people I am about to tell you about. They shouldn't!

Theresa Moran Camera:

It seems almost fortuitous that this woman's middle name so closely resembles the word "moron." This 46-year-old mother from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child for allowing her 3-year-old son to handle a gas pump.

I'm not sure if she asked him to fill 'er up or left him unsupervised, but either way the kid removed the nozzle from the tank without releasing the handle and sprayed fuel all over himself.

I think we should all just be happy that the kid isn't a smoker. Or, more likely, that Theresa doesn't have him light her cigarettes for her.

Victor Shane Scroggins:

It's bad enough that this 39-year-old man from Richland County, South Carolina, was giving people tattoos in his home. It is even worse that he was doing it without a license from the Department of Health and Environmental Control. But neither of those are the reason his parenting skills have come into question.

That happened when he tattooed the words "Daddy's Girl" on the wrist of his 14-year-old daughter! Talk about wrong and creepy all in one, folks!

Speaking of bad tattoos, I can't speak to whether they were done legally or not, but I think we can all agree they suck!

These people might not be parents, but if they keep doing what they're doing on these sites, they probably will be soon: DPFanatics, XXXSupersize and MOFOsWorldwide.

Posted by A.K. Anderson at February 13, 2013 1:01 AM

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