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win parents with noisy kids get a discount
Via: Mashable
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Don't expect to hear a bunch of loud-mouthed, snot-nosed kids screaming at the top of your lungs if you go out to eat. It's like, wow, I can't even finish talking to my goddamn wife about The goddamn Bachelor without hearing some little brat complain that they just want noodles and ketchup for dinner. Eat a real meal, kid! 

So one restaurant is giving parents some incentive for getting their kids to keep quiet. They're giving a five percent discount for "polite" children. 



Antonio Ferrari owns a restaurant in the Italian city of Padua and was so pleased that a youngster could actually go two hours without making everyone's life a living hell that he gave the parents a discount. 

"I didn't know them well to congratulate them," said Ferrai. "It was their first time in my restaurant, so I opted for the discount."

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Look, kids, you don't need seatbelts. Just run around in the backseat. That's the way we did it when I was bopping. And you want to bop, don't you. Of course you do. You want to be cool like your old man. Now standup in the backseat and have the time of your life.