Firstly, whoever called this bullying, get off the fucking crybaby wagon, you fucking cunt.
Secondly, these parents are fucked in the head. Sure, discipline your child, and I guess, how you want to. But for fuck’s sake, publishing this is a cry of “Look at me! I’m a hard core parent! No I have no fucking idea what lesson my kid learned from this but I saw an opportunity to show everyone other than my kid how fucking hard core I am and I took it. Now worship me, Facebook friends, and bask in the afterglow of my hardcore parenting!”
@14 This is a form of bullying. Publicly humiliating your child on Facebook is very low, and this action will haunt him for the rest of his life. It’s difficult to say if this lesson will turn him into a good person, or a serial killer. Grounding him and/or just not letting him have the PS3 just yet would’ve been a better option.
I like how she had to put CHURCH in all caps, putting further emphasis on the fact that religious parents are horrible parents.
This is like saying “You should be happy I gave you anything at all you stupid little brat” which is worse than the message they’re trying to give the kid. You can’t expect them to like every present, especially when they’re at the age where they can’t control their thoughts and it just comes out of their mouth which EVERYBODY goes through.
“… especially when they’re at the age where they can’t control their thoughts and it just comes out of their mouth which EVERYBODY goes through.”
17, how old do you think this kid is?? I got the impression he’s at least 12 or 13, at which point you should know how to control yourself. Anyone saying this is bad parenting are probably liberal tools who think punishing your kids at all is wrong and you should just give them whatever they want. Your kids are more likely to be f**ked up than this kid, if losing a PS3 is the worst thing that ever happens to him he’ll have a pretty good life.
I’m as far from liberal as you can possibly get. This entire message is just stupid, it’s like being angry kid not liking the clothes over a brand new piece of fancy technology that plays all the wild fantasies that get the child out of the real world. Regifting happens for a reason, you know.
Hey I’m a liberal parent what’s up with the liberal parent crack? My kids are super polite and I always get compliments from others on how polite they are. The trick is when they were young right before any gift giving senerio I would reveiw with them the proper reactions to different scenerios. Like if they open a gift they already have or if they open a gift they don’t like. We go over how you thank the person and act like you really like their gift and we can exchange it later. I learned this early on at my young son’s birthday party were he opened the gifts gave barely a glance and chucked them to the side to open another one. Am I teaching my kids to lie? Yes, that’s life unless you want to raise the next generation of @$$holes.
Everyone here has missed the whole point. Why the fuck are they taking gifts from church when they had the wherewithal to buy the little yardape a PS3? I think the gifts that the church gave out should be for POOR kids who weren’t going to have much for Christmas.
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“17, how old do you think this kid is?? I got the impression he’s at least 12 or 13, at which point you should know how to control yourself. Anyone saying this is bad parenting are probably liberal tools who think punishing your kids at all is wrong and you should just give them whatever they want. Your kids are more likely to be f**ked up than this kid, if losing a PS3 is the worst thing that ever happens to him he’ll have a pretty good life.”
@ # 19, did you SERIOUSLY just say that at 12 or 13 years of age a CHILD should be able to control themselves? Do you know ANYTHING about the brain? I’m gonna guess no. Look it up, don’t make it up. Fucking tool.
i’ve don something similiar with my son. he was, at tht time, an only child, grandchild and great grandchild. christmas was ridiculous-so when he complained about the size of 2 gits about a week before xmas, i let him open them. then we got into the car and donated those kick as marvel figurines to toys for tots. Fuck having a kid that cries because his presents are to few or too small. i am not raising a Dudley.
Some kids need humiliation or really fucked up wierd punishments to learn. I know my oldest does. After repeatedly telling him no when he asked to watch tv the other night, I finally got sick of it and made him sit and watch the first episode of Jem. It worked-he’s finally understanding that no means no, and to be grateful because mom will make him watch some fucked up shit.