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    Default Well, that's one way to parent your kid

    Thoughts? I think it's pretty funny.

    Some swearing, so I don't recommend watching at work or if small kids are around.

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    she's 15. Is he really that surprised? esp considering she's done it before.
    Anyways, shes sounds like a little shit.

    I wish I was a friend of hers, just so I can see the reactions on her wall. :}

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    What a fucking idiot STJ, makes me want to put some bullets in him
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    I thought you guys were talking about this guy:-

    http://www.thestar.com/news/world/ar...s-outrage?bn=1

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...ks-uproar.html

    Kid's going to grow up to be Rocky.

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    I had mixed feelings -- two of my kids have pulled the same kinds of stunts and attitudes, so I could sympathize with the guy.... yet... srsly? His response of a 3-year-grounding + the last priceless 60 seconds might just be a little over the top. What a sunofagun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    What a fucking idiot STJ, makes me want to put some bullets in him
    lol.

    Let's face it, the child is only going to want to rebel worse now probably. But, I think ungrateful teens that have the audacity to moan and gripe about a few chores need to be put in their place. She was warned before. The father could have just confiscated the computer permanently (considering it appears he paid for it and therefore it's a privilege for her to have/use in the first place). Or, he could amuse us with his theatrics.

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    He did good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swordpath View Post
    lol.

    Let's face it, the child is only going to want to rebel worse now probably. But, I think ungrateful teens that have the audacity to moan and gripe about a few chores need to be put in their place. She was warned before. The father could have just confiscated the computer permanently (considering it appears he paid for it and therefore it's a privilege for her to have/use in the first place). Or, he could amuse us with his theatrics.
    Well how I was parented my parents wouldnt have had to ask me twice to do chores and it wasnt through the threat of punishments or sanctions on my behaviour or anything like that, most of the chores, like washing the car, were kind of cool and things that we all did together so it was time with the parents but the worst thing my parents could have done is call me lazy, I still remember the one or two times that my dad said something like that to me and it hurt.

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    It sounds like this girl is indeed very lazy though. If you don't like being called lazy, do things to change it. Right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by swordpath View Post
    It sounds like this girl is indeed very lazy though. If you don't like being called lazy, do things to change it. Right?
    Yeah, there must be a reason why they're not bothered by being lazy and also not bothered by what their parents ask them to do or letting them down, that sort of thing doesnt just happen, its also not all TV and culture outside the house, maybe some but not all.

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