保育園って夏休みなくて可哀想

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    • 316
    • へびつかい
    • 18/08/15 23:14

    >>315
    面倒くさいからね。夏休みなんてどこも人だらけだし。
    幼稚園なら先生が見てくれるし友達もいるしね。私はお迎えの夕方まで今でゴロゴロしとけるから天国。

    このクソ暑いのに子連れで出かけてるの大変だね。ご苦労様。

    • 1
    • 18/08/15 23:03

    >>314
    貧乏くさ!
    家庭で遊びに連れて行く金がないから幼稚園行かすの?

    • 314
    • へびつかい
    • 18/08/15 23:01

    幼稚園も希望者は別料金払えば夏休みも通えるよ。外に遊びに行くより安いし結構専業の利用者多いよ。

    • 313
    • オリオン
    • 18/08/15 22:55

    どうしたの主
    不幸せなの?

    • 312
    • さんかく
    • 18/08/15 22:30

    保育園通わせてますが、土日休み。平日は16時半お迎えです。平日もたまに休みありなので習い事させてますよー

    • 18/08/15 04:38

    >>309
    夏休み1週間で十分ってお金かかるからでしょ?
    ブラック企業にお勤めだと、休みたくても休めないんだね〜

    • 18/08/14 22:17

    >>309
    どちらかと言えば主の方が怠け者だけどね笑

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    • 309
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 22:08

    >>281
    1週間で充分じゃん
    どれだけ休みたいの?怠け者

    • 308
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 22:07

    >>283
    わかりやすい妄想(笑)
    あなた子供大きいよね?

    • 307
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 22:05

    >>294
    何で一千万?笑
    保育園なんか税金たんまり使われてるのにまだ金よこせって?

    • 306
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 22:04

    >>298
    さっきから日本語通じないけど、日本人?
    国へ帰ったら?
    それに専業って自慢になるんだね
    知らなかったわぁー!
    ごめんね、なんか楽しちゃって(笑)

    • 305
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 22:02

    >>302
    ないよね

    保育園にいる方が子供は楽しんでる、とか言ってるけど、もしママといるより保育園に行ってるほうが楽しいなら問題よねー

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    • 304
    • おひつじ
    • 18/08/14 21:42

    主みたいな性悪ババアの子供に生まれてきた子が可哀相。母親がこんなとか絶望するレベルw

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    • 303
    • ちょうこくしつ
    • 18/08/14 20:55

    >>297
    主のどこを妬んであげればいいのかわからない。

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    • 302
    • みずへび
    • 18/08/14 20:44

    保育士だけど、お友達と遊びたいよねー、子どもが保育園行きたいと言った。と言って、お盆も仕事休みなはずなのに来るよ
    保育園は、夏休みない

    • 3
    • 18/08/14 20:43

    哀れな主

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    • 300
    • オリオン
    • 18/08/14 20:38

    今日夕方買い物行くときに保育園の前を通ったら、ちょうど帰って行く親子とすれ違った
    子供はプールバッグ持ってママと手を繋いで楽しそうに何か喋ってたよ
    親の休みが全くないってことはないだろうし、子供が笑顔でいられたらどっちでもいいと思う

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    • 299
    • ヘルクレス
    • 18/08/14 20:33

    夏休み毎日学童のほうが可哀想。

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    • 298
    • はちぶんぎ
    • 18/08/14 20:31

    主のコメント見てると、満たされてないんだなぁと思うわ。
    看護休暇も取れない、夏季休暇4日だけ、旅行はグアム弾丸…そして専業であることが唯一の自慢。(全然自慢になってない。)自分は幸せだと思い込みたいのね。
    ここで散々バカにされてトピ乱立してるし、メンヘラ系?気の毒になってくる。

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    • 297
    • おとめ
    • 18/08/14 20:30

    なんかこのトピ、すごく醜い(笑)
    主を先頭に僻みと見栄と嘘の
    オンパレードって感じ。。

    • 1
    • 18/08/14 20:30

    保育園は可哀想と思わないけど学童はちょっと思う。

    • 2
    • 18/08/14 20:27

    >>293
    動物園行ったり、遊園地行ったりしたよ。
    親と密着の10日間だったけど。

    • 294
    • おとめ
    • 18/08/14 20:26

    可哀想なら助けてあげたらいいのに。よほど金持ちなんでしょうよあなたの家庭は。自分の家で精一杯な専業に他人を哀れむ権利は無い。可哀想言うなら隣の保育園家庭に一千万ほど寄付してあげたら?

    • 18/08/14 20:20

    >>284
    私が子供なら
    旅行なんて行かなくていいから
    親と過ごす時間欲しいって思う。

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    • 292
    • とけい
    • 18/08/14 20:16

    忖度、日テレ

    • 18/08/14 20:16

    >>290
    そうそう。
    うちも旦那がオーストラリア留学行ってた!

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    • 290
    • ちょうこくしつ
    • 18/08/14 20:10

    >>284
    うらやましー
    エアーズロックって今年中なんだっけ?行きたかったなぁ。
    夫が学生の時にオーストラリアに留学してたらしくて、いっぱい写真見せてもらったんだよね。
    街並みも綺麗だよね〜

    • 18/08/14 20:06

    >>287
    頑張って働いたからだよ

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    • 288
    • ねずみ
    • 18/08/14 20:03

    スマホの普及により小学生のAVの視聴率がほぼ100%になったらしい
    しかも友達どおしでユーチューバーのまねをして見るようだ
    今の小学生の特徴はユーチューバーのことを常時想像してにやにや焦点が定まってない笑い方をする。とても○モイ。またネットで得た知識で屁理屈をこねまわす
    こんなブラジルのギャングみたいな子たちを相手にする先生方はたまったもんじゃない

    • 287
    • ぎょしゃ
    • 18/08/14 20:03

    >>284
    すごーい!

    • 286
    • ちょうこくしつ
    • 18/08/14 20:02

    >>283
    すごい!いいな〜
    私はグアムはまだ行った事なくて。ハワイも2回くらいしかない。

    • 285
    • ぎょしゃ
    • 18/08/14 20:02

    >>280
    もう小学生だからね。
    ちなみに、こども園なの。こども園てしってる??

    • 18/08/14 20:01

    >>279
    去年だけどオーストラリアとニュージーランドに10日間旅行してきたよ。
    保育園ママより。

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    • 283
    • ぎょしゃ
    • 18/08/14 20:00

    >>279
    グアムは随分昔にいったけどイマイチだったから、我が家は、定番のハワイだよ 笑
    二週間〜
    会社のもつコンドミニアムがあるの!
    いいでしょう。

    • 282
    • さそり
    • 18/08/14 20:00

    ねぇねぇ主の顔見たい

    • 281
    • ちょうこくしつ
    • 18/08/14 19:59

    >>265
    普通は土日と夏期休暇をくっつけて9連休取るんだよ。
    1週間しか休み取れなくて、ドヤ顔してんの??

    • 280
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 19:59

    >>278
    あなたの子供が障害児だから離れたくて保育園なの?
    可哀想に、頑張ってね!

    • 279
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 19:58

    >>262
    グアムもいけないくせに(笑)
    子供小さいんだからハワイじゃなくてもいいんだよ
    悔しいならハワイの海でも載せてみな。
    無理か(笑)

    • 278
    • ぎょしゃ
    • 18/08/14 19:57

    >>276
    そりゃあ、障害児の子供なら預けたくないよね。施設にあずけなよ!!福祉も充実してるし、頑張ってね。応援してる!

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    • 277
    • みなみのうお
    • 18/08/14 19:56

    >>276 幼稚園は離れず親も一緒にお遊戯するの?(笑)

    • 276
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 19:55

    >>267
    保育園なんか絶対いれたくないんだけど
    何が良いの?
    子供と離れられること?

    • 18/08/14 19:55

    兼業の争い

    • 274
    • らしんばん
    • 18/08/14 19:55

    早く診察してもらえよ

    • 2
    • 18/08/14 19:55

    そうだね
    小さいのにハードだね

    • 272
    • ブラウ
    • 18/08/14 19:54

    >>268
    とりあえずしつこい。何個もトピ立てんな

    • 271
    • はちぶんぎ
    • 18/08/14 19:54

    >>265
    公休わざわざ使わないと1週間休みにならないのか…気の毒

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    • 270
    • ぎょしゃ
    • 18/08/14 19:54

    >>264
    そうなんだ、そんなに保育園が羨ましいんだ。
    可哀想。
    子供も障害児なんだね。ほんとに可哀想な人。ガンバ!

    • 2
    • 18/08/14 19:54

    >>265
    もういいよ。それくらいにしなよ。
    哀れだよ

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    • 268
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 19:54

    >>263
    専業叩く人は専業が羨ましくて妬んでるんだよぉ
    兼業なんて妬む要素ないから妬まれることないからいいね

    • 267
    • みなみのうお
    • 18/08/14 19:53

    保育園に入れなくて仕事辞めざるを得なくて待機でピーピー騒いでる主がいるって聞いて来たけどここ?

    • 1
    • 18/08/14 19:52

    >>261

    きっと子供なんていないんだよ。

    子ナシの妄想トピ。

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    • 265
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 19:52

    >>257
    4泊だけどー
    公休と夏季休暇連続して取れるしー今年は1週間休み取る予定
    粗探しおつかれー!

    • 264
    • ちょうこくしつ
    • 18/08/14 19:52

    >>262
    ほんと、惨めな人だよね。
    可哀想になってきたよ。
    たくさん類似トピ立ててさぁー

    • 263
    • カメレオン
    • 18/08/14 19:52

    >>25
    何こいつ。
    辞めたら辞めたで専業主婦叩かれるし
    何で女が女を叩くんだか。
    休んだら休んだで職場にあんたみたいなのが居てこれだから子持ちは、とか叩くんだよねぇ。
    独身の人より有給とってなくてもさ。

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    • 262
    • ぎょしゃ
    • 18/08/14 19:50

    >>257
    貧乏人がよくやる弾丸グアムツアー。
    働けないから貧乏人。
    子供も低脳なんだろな 笑
    グアムとかうける

    • 18/08/14 19:50

    この主、また別トピ立ててるよー
    ずっと張り付いてるじゃん。
    ちゃんと子供の面倒みてんの!?

    • 2
    • 18/08/14 19:49

    お盆にこんなくだらないトピたてて
    主はどんだけ暇なの?笑

    何の予定もないんだね。可哀想〜

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    • 259
    • インディアン
    • 18/08/14 19:49

    またトピ立てたね

    • 258
    • コップ
    • 18/08/14 19:48

    親の都合だから福祉施設なんだよ。
    そもそも目的が違うんだから、比べるものじゃないよ。

    • 257
    • てんびん
    • 18/08/14 19:46

    >>226
    月に公休日が9日って普通じゃん。
    有給休暇使うと当てにならないって言われるようなブラック企業にお勤めのご主人って感じだよね。
    二泊三日で弾丸グアム旅行か。貧しいなぁ

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    • 256
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 19:44

    こんなにイライライライラしてるなら仕事辞めればいいのにー!
    更年期なのね

    可哀想にねぇーーー

    • 255
    • ぎょしゃ
    • 18/08/14 19:44

    >>250
    保育園入れないバカ子だから保育園が羨ましいんだよ。

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    • 254
    • インディアン
    • 18/08/14 19:44

    >>247 主のコテ?

    • 18/08/14 19:43

    てかなんで主そんなに怒ってるの?
    お前に関係ないよね?そもそも。
    仕事やめて子ども見てやれとかお前が言う権利などいっさいないから。
    消えてくれ。

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    • 252
    • うさぎ
    • 18/08/14 19:43

    主はシングルになったらどうするの?
    親に頼るの?それとも慰謝料請求してのうのうと暮らすの?
    性格が悪いから既に旦那さん冷めたりしてないのかな?

    • 251
    • インディアン
    • 18/08/14 19:42

    >>214 気持ち悪い主。
    ストレス溜まってるの?笑

    • 3
    • 18/08/14 19:41

    >>248
    そろそろやめなよ。
    性格悪すぎ

    • 1
    • 18/08/14 19:40

    >>244
    うける。笑

    • 248
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 19:40

    保育園ママ苛ついてるねぇ(笑)
    いい感じいい感じ!
    もっといらついちゃって?

    • 247
    • はちぶんぎ
    • 18/08/14 19:40

    コテ出てたし(笑)松野チョロ松さんやめなよ

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    • 246
    • twitterから来た。主無能すぎます
    • 18/08/14 19:39

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 245
    • 主ふざけんな
    • 18/08/14 19:39

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 244
    • ぎょしゃ
    • 18/08/14 19:39

    働きたくても働けない、無能な主婦がよく言う言葉!保育園はかわいそう。だって。
    今時、保育園も幼稚園もかわらないでしょうに。こども園ていうくらいだし。

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    • 243
    • みなみのうお
    • 18/08/14 19:39

    さすがに主を恨む保育園ママ怖いんだけど…

    • 242
    • みなみのうお
    • 18/08/14 19:38

    自分の家族だけ気にしてて

      • 241

      ぴよぴよ

    • 240
    • 主最低
    • 18/08/14 19:38

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 239
    • 主地獄に落ちろ
    • 18/08/14 19:38

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 238
    • 主最低
    • 18/08/14 19:37

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 237
    • 主し○
    • 18/08/14 19:37

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 236
    • 主怨む
    • 18/08/14 19:37

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 18/08/14 19:36

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 234
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 19:36

    >>221
    あのね、旦那が休まなくても私が子供みれるから休む必要ないの
    バカはここまで説明しないとわからないのか。呆

    • 18/08/14 19:36

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 18/08/14 19:36

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 18/08/14 19:36

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 18/08/14 19:36

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 18/08/14 19:35

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 18/08/14 19:35

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 18/08/14 19:35

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 226
    • さいだん
    • 18/08/14 19:35

    >>211
    4日以外に月の休みが9日ありますからーお盆後にグアムに行く予定だよ
    夏休み前半は、ディズニー、お台場、海、など近場に行きました。前半は上の子のプール合宿があったので、遠出はしていません

    これで満足?笑笑

    • 18/08/14 19:35

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 18/08/14 19:34

    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 18/08/14 19:34


    There was once a rich man whose wife lay sick, and when she felt her end drawing near she called to her only daughter to come near her bed, and said, "Dear child, be pious and good, and God will always take care of you, and I will look down upon you from heaven, and will be with you." And then she closed her eyes and expired. The maiden went every day to her mother's grave and wept, and was always pious and good. When the winter came the snow covered the grave with a white covering, and when the sun came in the early spring and melted it away, the man took to himself another wife.
    The new wife brought two daughters home with her, and they were beautiful and fair in appearance, but at heart were, black and ugly. And then began very evil times for the poor step-daughter. "Is the stupid creature to sit in the same room with us?" said they; "those who eat food must earn it. Out upon her for a kitchen-maid!" They took away her pretty dresses, and put on her an old grey kirtle, and gave her wooden shoes to wear. "Just look now at the proud princess, how she is decked out!" cried they laughing, and then they sent her into the kitchen. There she was obliged to do heavy work from morning to night, get up early in the morning, draw water, make the fires, cook, and wash. Besides that, the sisters did their utmost to torment her, mocking her, and strewing peas and lentils among the ashes, and setting her to pick them up. In the evenings, when she was quite tired out with her hard day's work, she had no bed to lie on, but was obliged to rest on the hearth among the cinders. And as she always looked dusty and dirty, they named her Cinderella.
    It happened one day that the father went to the fair, and he asked his two step-daughters what he should bring back for them. "Fine clothes!" said one. "Pearls and jewels!" said the other. "But what will you have, Cinderella?" said he. "The first twig, father, that strikes against your hat on the way home; that is what I should like y

    • 18/08/14 19:34

    >>212
    絶対保育園ママじゃない

    • 221
    • てんびん
    • 18/08/14 19:33

    >>216
    主の旦那は子供の病気ですら休めないブラック企業

    • 220
    • はちぶんぎ
    • 18/08/14 19:33

    >>210
    私の働いている会社は看護休暇あるし、皆使ってるよ。東証1部上場企業です。世の中知らないのはあなた。

    • 2
    • 219
    • ブラウ
    • 18/08/14 19:32


    主はネカマ。

    • 218
    • ちょうこくしつ
    • 18/08/14 19:32

    主、いい加減夏の旅行先について答えてあげなよー

    • 1
    • 217
    • ブラウ
    • 18/08/14 19:32

    >>214
    お前もママスタしないで子供見てやれよ?
    糞が

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