The Rise of Snowplow Parenting | The Daily Show

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  • Fleo Black 1 year ago

    I got dat sauce, I got that juice. ??

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  • Thomas Hughes 1 year ago

    @4:06 That’s because there is no beginning to grasp onto. If problem solving skills of this level haven’t developed by college, will they ever? College is about discovering new paths, workarounds, innovations, and improving existing systems. I think sauce was a symptom of a deeper problem like Affluenza Entitalis.

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  • Beacon TV 1 year ago

    My parents told me to shovel my own damn snow

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  • Billy Stratos 1 year ago

    Bruh my name is Billy and my moms name is Deborah ???

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  • N. A. Hartnell 1 year ago

    No sauce? WHAT A SPOILED FUCK!

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  • neeneko 1 year ago

    So ‘snowplow parents’ are essentially parents acting above their station in life? Seriously, they just sound like they are trying to emulate how the wealthiest and most connected ones get their kids ahead.

    The sauce on.. that seems actually kinda sad. I’ve met people with some weird sensitivities to things around them, and it usually is part of some mental illness or other neurological issues.

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  • black santa 1 year ago

    Sauce girl is obviously autistic.

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  • Frederick Thorne 1 year ago

    new porn on it’s way

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  • Dalmain J 1 year ago

    The American tiger mom

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  • Christel Headington 1 year ago

    Feel sorry for these kids? THEY can grow up to be president.Step #1 get their own reality show.

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  • Natasha Patual 1 year ago

    Well that’s one less person asking for the sauce…

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  • Lilly Williams 1 year ago

    White America has always done this!! So now they want to flash the Light!!!

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  • Tunã Nascimento 1 year ago

    They should’ve had Michael Kosta and Dulcé Sloan at video pretending to be Jaboukie Young-White’s parents, complaining to Trevor why their son didn’t get a raise.

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  • Pixie Fairy 1 year ago

    Poor sauce girl has never had nachos. 🙁

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  • Byamba 1 year ago

    oh please they “did nothing wrong” if their parents knew that even with all the finatial support to study their kids couldn’t have good grades I’M PRETTY SURE THEY ALSO KNEW that something was wrong… or why the fuck my school application says “basketball team”… this aren’t teen we are talking about it’s godd damn adults!

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  • Leslie Shaw 1 year ago

    The world is hard so what happens to these children when the parents die, or develop dementia? Oh wait they become burdens on society. Damn that’s a really f*cked up thought.

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  • Agnes Kim 1 year ago

    Snowplow (or bulldozer) parenting replaced helicopter parenting 10 years ago. I teach university level and I remember attending a workshop on how to better understand our students that talked about that. The example given was that of a mother who had called the university prior to the start of the semester to have her son moved to a different dorm room because she did not think her son would get along with the roommate. All of that without her son’s knowledge. I had a student who ended up signed up for a class he had already taken and passed because his mom got confused. He did not think to drop the course and register for the right one on his own. I had to pull him into my office and have an embarrassing conversation.

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  • Brandon Trammel 1 year ago

    N people r mad bout affirmative action when it is less than 15% n u still have 2 have the grades. Some cases legacy kids r over 60% n they say AA is unfair

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  • Slutty McTits 1 year ago

    I call bullshit! That couple at the end is fake. Just not realistic. True Snowplow Parents would never name their kid Billy. Maybe Brayden, Declan, or Jordache, but *never* Billy!

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  • kdoo 1 year ago

    this ep was the best!

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