– Ed Asner
If you don’t believe this, ask a parent who’s had to answer any of the questions that we’ve featured here. And mind you, when children ask questions, rest assured that they’ll be persistent enough to pursue it till a satisfactory answer manifests from your mumbling mouth.
In this Buzzle article, we’ve complied a list of 10 such questions that can embarrass the life out of a parent. And as parent sympathizers, we’ve even featured the answers. Go ahead and read them. Then take a print, and paste it where you, and only you can find it.
As an adult, your interpretation of death may be as simple as this, or your religious beliefs may have an influence on it. Whatever the case may be, you, as a parent, have to decide whether your child is capable of understanding them.
Okay, this question will obviously be dealt with on a case-to-case basis in the strictest sense. You may or may not be a believer yourself, but before you jump headlong to grab this opportune moment to influence your child, wouldn’t it be great if your child found out on his/her own?
Now, prove that you’re not a slimy loser by truly quitting, or be a closeted slimy loser by never letting your kid catch you puffing again.
Okay, kidding! Don’t make the mistake of forcing your kid to apologize, it can get complicated and messy. Get home and explain how hair loss occurs. More importantly, explain why it is impolite to ask questions about someone’s appearance as it is very hurtful thing to do. Stress on the fact that physical appearances don’t matter, and are best ignored.
Whoa! Great going if your kid settles at the answer mentioned above. However, if this question is asked in conjunction with the following question, you know you’re in a hot spot.
Never, ever make the mistake of responding with a “you are too young to know”, lest you are prepared to be hounded with this question day in, day out.