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Dad learns why you can’t drop f-bomb in front of toddler 

  • James LaPorta, a former U.S. Marine, learned not to swear in front of his son
  • He posted a video on Twitter of the two-year-old repeatedly saying ‘f***’
  • LaPorta looked like he was thinking the word each time the child said it

For this U.S. Marine, swearing is part of his vernacular.

But James LaPorta learned the hard way not to drop the f-bomb in front of his almost two-year-old toddler.

LaPorta posted a video on Twitter showing his son Joel repeatedly swearing in the backseat of a car.

Jame LaPorta is a former marine

LaPorta stares at the camera in increasing bewilderment as his son drops multiple f-bombs

Butter wouldn't melt: La Porta's son Joel won't stop saying 'f***' in the car with his dad

Butter wouldn’t melt: La Porta’s son Joel won’t stop saying ‘f***’ in the car with his dad

His facial expressions exemplified his growing regret for having dropped the f-bomb in front of his toddler, as his son kept escalating the use of the word.

As one Twitter user noted, it looked like LaPorta was thinking the word each time his son used it.

‘As a former U.S. Marine, now a father, there is perhaps one word I should try to cut out of my vernacular around my soon to be 2-year-old’, he posted on Twitter.

Some users have slammed LaPorta o nTwitter, saying: ‘Clearly you’re indulging it by recording it and uploading rather than teaching him that it’s not acceptable.’ 

LaPorta is now a freelance journalist based in south Florida. 

LaPorta knows he messed up and said on Twitter that he needed to cut the f-bomb out of his vernacular

The toddler said the swear word in a variety of different tones

LaPorta knows he messed up and said on Twitter that he needed to cut the f-bomb out of his vernacular

LaPorta is a former U.S. Marine who previously served in Afghanistan

LaPorta is a former U.S. Marine who previously served in Afghanistan

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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