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29 people share the reckless things their parents let them do that they'd never let their kids do.

29 people share the reckless things their parents let them do that they'd never let their kids do.

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As society evolves, so do standards for what is considered safe and acceptable behavior for kids. When I was a kid, my mom let me ride around in the back of her pickup truck, and go sledding on the street—as long as we "kept a lookout" for oncoming cars, yikes. Of course parenting rules vary from one household to the next, but overall, parents of today tend to be a little stricter about things like internet use, nutrition, and safety.

Someone asked Reddit: "what did your parents allow you to do that you would never allow your own children to do?" These 28 responses highlight the ways parenting rules have changed over the years.

Also, those of us who grew up in the '90s, '80s and before are pretty lucky to be alive.

1.) From Yerfsmaddaw:

Stand on the center consol with half their bodies sticking out the sun roof as I drive at 50mph down some twisty country roads.

2.) From Amethyst1018:

Sources: Reddit
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