Kids Start Questioning Parents On Why They Insist On Going To Church Once a Year on Christmas
CINCINNATI, OH – A family’s kids are questioning today why they are forced to go to Church once a year on Christmas when they don’t go at all the rest of the year.
Aaron Tyrany, 17, and his sister Katie, 15, have started to demand answers from their parents as to why they force them to get dressed up and leave the house on Christmas morning to go to a packed Church, with other families who do the same, for a Christmas mass.
“It doesn’t make any sense. When I question my dad about it, he just tells me to shut up and says they do it because that’s what they’ve always done. That isn’t even a remotely good reason,” said Aaron.
“I ask my mom and she says they have too because it’s good for us. How is it good for us to randomly go to Church once a year? My parents aren’t even good people. My mom likes to spit on homeless people for fun,” said Katie.
A recent Stanford study reported that 80 percent of the dumbasses who go to Church on Christmas don’t go at all the rest of the year.