A Reddit poster is just not precisely profitable associates and influencing individuals.
Writing on the subreddit referred to as AITA (“Am I the a—–e”), a person going by the username of “Other_Computer_7702” sought the opinion of others after a dramatic encounter at a park involving his toddler son and a bunch of aggressive and unleashed pups owned by a stranger.
He prefaced his submit by saying, “I hate dogs. Can’t stand them. I think they are gross, I avoid them, I do anything I can to not have them in my life.”
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Having mentioned that, he then described what occurred “at the neighborhood park.”
He mentioned he and his spouse have been there with their six-month-old son.
“Best kid in the entire world,” he wrote.
The three of them have been “having a picnic” and issues have been “going great,” the person wrote.
He mentioned their “baby [was] on a big blanket and having the time of his life rolling around, playing, giggling. It [was] a blast seeing him so happy.”
However these moments of bliss then apparently turned ugly.
The person wrote, “Next thing I know there is a pair of puppies coming right at us. They are unleashed, and their owner is just standing on the walking path looking at them running toward us.”
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The person on Reddit wrote that he “didn’t notice [the dogs] until they were pretty much on our blanket. At that point I picked up my son and yelled ‘WTF’ to the guy. He looked appalled that I didn’t enjoy the stunt” that he and “his dogs pulled,” the person added in his Reddit writeup.
The Redditor continued, “My spouse is yelling at him, I am yelling at him. I straight up [said], ‘I hate your dogs, can you get them?'”
The man said the stranger’s “puppies are just sitting on our blanket expecting to get petted. I start walking toward the guy and am yelling at him to get his dogs.”
The Reddit poster continued, “He starts getting mad at us. He says they are friendly and just wanted to play, they aren’t going to hurt anyone. [But] I tell him he just ruined our lunch.”
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The Redditor added that the person tried to excuse “his and the dogs’ behavior by saying they are puppies.”
Nevertheless, wrote the Redditor, “I don’t care. I just want[ed] him and his dogs gone.”
He mentioned he “cussed” on the man “continuously.”
The person with the dogs apparently advised the Redditor to “calm down” — however he was unable to take action.
“I continue cussing,” the Redditor wrote, “and he finally grabs his two dogs and is like, ‘Who doesn’t like puppies?'”
Apparently the person then “finally” left — however “he ruined our lunch,” the Redditor mentioned.
He additionally wrote, “In hindsight, I may have been too aggressive with him.”
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He then requested others what they considered what occurred. (He didn’t share the place the incident occurred or something extra in regards to the canine proprietor.)
Fox Information Digital reached out to a New York-based psychologist for perception into the incident.
Said Dr. Jayme Albin, PhD, a scientific psychologist, “I’m a big dog lover, but I do believe everyone has rights.”
She additionally advised Fox Information Digital, “Clearly the dogs’ owner was in the wrong and should’ve apologized. That being said,” she added, “I think the parents need to work on their ability to emotionally regulate and model appropriate behavior for their child.”
She famous, “After all, not everything is going to go your way, especially in a public setting. So you need to be prepared to handle situations well.”
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On Reddit, loads of individuals chimed in with their opinions.
Almost 6,000 individuals reacted to the submit; some 3,000 feedback poured in.
One commenter wrote that the pets’ proprietor “shouldn’t have let his dogs run around unleashed in a non-dog park” — however then addressed the unique Reddit poster with a no-holds-barred remark.
“You had the overreaction of the century by ‘straight up telling him you hate his dog’ and continuously cussing, especially next to your kid,” wrote the individual.
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Wrote another person bluntly, “I actually hate kids for the most part. I’ve never screamed at a parent when their free-range toddler waddled up to me and tried to talk to me. I simply said, ‘Bye bye,’ walked away … and that’s even offensive to most parents.”
This specific commenter added, “I can’t imagine what the reaction would be if I picked up my purse and ran screaming at the parent to control their brat because ‘I HATE YOUR KID!’”
One other individual shared a distinct standpoint. “I love all animals, but untrained, unrestrained puppies barreling at a picnic with a 6-month-old baby is a recipe for disaster.”
Wrote another person, “It’s the continuing to swear and carry[ing] on and yell[ing], ‘I hate your dogs,’ that is the issue.”
Another person mentioned in regards to the authentic poster, “Guy sounds a little irrational and immature.”
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