It's my Party and I'll Cry if I Want to

Not everyone likes a summer festival.

Last night we went to our first Taste of Cincinnati, an event that has been running here for 40 years.

We enjoyed it (especially the salad and the gelato), but I found this crying miserable kid scene a funny memory of those days gone by, those days that I don't much miss, the whiny crabby times with little kids.

You can see it all here.

Mom: Does he have to cry about everything? We were trying to do something fun here. Sigh.

Dad: I love a good meme on Facebook.

Kid: I have no idea what I am crying about anymore, but I just can't stop. Wahhh. Hey, why is she taking my picture, should I smile?
Great narrative and probably very avvurate. Nice candid.
posted May 28th, 2018  
LOL! Love the narrative! And this is a perfect shot for the song title theme. I was wondering what there could possible be to cry about while eating pizza!
posted May 28th, 2018  
Great candid--I don't miss those days either!
posted May 28th, 2018  
Yeah, back in the middle of those days!!! :-)
posted May 28th, 2018  
Awwww...Sweet candid
posted May 28th, 2018  
Cute!
posted May 28th, 2018  
Wonderful story! Such a fun candid shot!
posted May 28th, 2018  
Yep, mum's very fed up there! Nice candid and I like the narrative that accompanied!
posted May 28th, 2018  
That is an interesting comment about the kid. It seems like whenever we go to the grocery store more often than not you will come across young children that are throwing a fit. Some without restraint from the parent or parents. My wife got invited to an Amish Tupperware party last week and some of the mothers had their children with them. They sat there the whole time and entertained themselves very quietly.
posted May 28th, 2018  
Great story. Maybe he wanted an ice cream instead of a pizza
posted May 28th, 2018  
@skipt07 I'm thankful my kids were never fit throwers. I wouldn't have put up with it, but they did have their crabby moments.
posted May 28th, 2018  
Brilliant capture
posted May 28th, 2018  
Ha ha - fun (for us, not the kid or parents) candid capture.
posted May 29th, 2018  
Perfectly titled.
posted May 29th, 2018  
Love your narrative! And the photo, of course!
posted May 29th, 2018  
Perhaps if he paid more attention to his family they might be less miserable!
posted May 29th, 2018  
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