I have never ever been a parent .......i tried it one time ...with someone else's kids ......no good .....not cut out to be father figure .....to selfish and i like peace and quiet ........that simple .......but!!!!! fair game to anyone who wants to reproduce and continue the human race and family name .....never really been my thing ......however ......if i was going to have kids ......i sure as fuck would not need Jill frost ......because you shouldn't need Jill frost .......if you don't know anything about kids.......don't fucking have any ........read up....... get educated .......or simply hang around fuckers who have kids....... and see if these fuckers are happy.........and see how kids are ....they eat and constantly raid the fucking fridge every 10 minutes .........but hey ........ some people need to fill the void in a life i don't......... i have enough shit to do .....but have you seen the fucking rejects that need this woman .......kids will try you .......if you have been raised by fucking shite parents .......you are going to be a fucking useless one........ the chances are pretty fucking high ......you will end up on marry or jerry .....
Supernanny star Jo Frost has revealed she was "kicked out of the house" by some of the families she was helping while filming for the reality show's upcoming season.
Ahead of the popular series making its long-awaited return to the small screen tonight (July 20), the no-nonsense nanny appeared on Lorraine to tease what's to come in the brand new episodes.
And, as it turns out, her most recent trip across to the US wasn't without its fair share of drama.
"It was a journey with respect to travelling around America and helping these families because it wasn't always easy," Frost told summer stand-in host Christine Lampard.
"I can think of several times I was kicked out – I was actually kicked out of the house. They didn't want me there. They got very hostile and aggressive and asked me to leave.
"The truth can be very painful for a lot of families, yet the old cliché is it does set you free if you can let go and surrender to the process," she added.
When Supernanny first aired back in 2004, it was broadcast on Channel 4 and mainly concentrated on Frost showing stressed out parents how to curb their little ones' unruly actions.
Speaking previously to Good Housekeeping about how the new series of Supernanny is different to the earlier versions, Jo explained: "We're looking at families who have older children as well now.
"If you think about the first run of Supernanny, predominantly, it dealt with young children whose behaviour was naughty. The Supernanny that you're going to see is about the whole family, with kids of all different types of ages."
Supernanny USA returns tonight (July 20) at 9pm on E4. Lorraine airs weekdays at 9am on ITV.
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