It’s no longer safe to let kids stay up to watch New Year’s ball drop

http://twitter.com/#!/GKopps/status/418243884519419904

Whelp. Lesson learned, eh, parents? The time-honored tradition of letting the kids stay up late to watch the New Year’s ball drop in Times Square is now NSFF: Not safe for families.

Both ABC and NBC came under fire for airing inappropriate and excessive filth.

http://twitter.com/#!/jimnewton/status/418251955878625280
http://twitter.com/#!/jasiensWORDS/status/418245111126831104
http://twitter.com/#!/KATVScott/status/418258884642340865
http://twitter.com/#!/52York/status/418242330010075136

Well, maybe not anymore.

http://twitter.com/#!/Casey_LV/status/418277159568805888

For many who endured all the vulgarity and trash, the disappointment only grew worse:

http://twitter.com/#!/HaddenJoshua/status/418262848737779712
http://twitter.com/#!/Lizzy_Pfeifer/status/418246007252463617

Good pro-tip:

http://twitter.com/#!/dadmeatsgrill/status/418224471808307200

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/01/01/attention-parents-its-no-longer-safe-to-let-kids-stay-up-to-watch-the-new-years-ball-drop/