Mother Punishes Son With Hot Sauce

Submitted by: madest 6 years ago

and a cold shower. Cops come and charge her with child abuse. Moral of the story? Don"t tape the abuse dummy.
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Female 1,306
one of my pet peeves:

people using youtube comments in news reports.
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Female 193
repost.
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Female 219
If this is qualified as unacceptable punishment could you please tell me from your experience and truthfully a punishment that works for you because believe it or not time outs and taking toys away does not work everyone. Neither does ignoring it. P.s. she has 6 kids and they let her adopt this boy so I think she knows what she is doing. P.S.S she isn`t the one who taped it tho she did put it up on the web her dumb ass mistake.
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Male 1,222
Old
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Male 17,512
Musuko42: Quit with the trolling already, and as far as your `opinion` you can go wiggle it up your ass and get a thrill from it.
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Female 4
Everyone on here that thinks this "punishment" is okay needs to experience it themselves and take a parenting class.
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Male 2,850
@DFWBrysco

"This is crap. A child at that age does not have the developed faculties or reasoning of an adult"

Neither do many adults. Yet we still don`t use physical punishment against them.

Shall we beat the mentally-handicapped too? They too often lack the developed faculties or reasoning of adults.

Why is violence only allowed, in your eyes, when it`s against the most vulnerable members of our society: the children?

They should be the LEAST acceptable to use violence against, not the most.

Forced cold showers, forced ingestion of hot sauce, spanking, beating, these are all acts of violence that would land you in prison if you did any of them to an unconsenting adult. Yet do it to an unconsenting child, and it`s perfectly fine? Right...
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Male 183
spanking would be "child`s play" (did you see what i did there?) compared to the psychological torture this kid is getting. if you didn`t see it, you should watch the video again.
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Female 1,205
ericka225- Thank you for your comment. It`s ridiculous that parents aren`t allowed to be parents anymore. There needs to be physical punishment for kids these age because, as someone else said, they don`t have the reasoning abilities that adults do.
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Female 1,205
"what ever happened to a plain old spanking? "
Parents aren`t allowed to do that any more either, it`s filed under "abuse"
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Female 1,205
oh what the hell! People used to wash mouths out with soap. And a cold shower?! That`s "cruel and unusual" it`s not like she left him in there for hours. Hot sauce isn`t as bad as Castor oil or whatever they used to use. I call bull crap! I would say that Americans need to mind their damn business, but since she video taped it she was asking for this attention, but still. This is not abusive IMO.
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Male 426
reacting to your own anger and anxiety? LOL when I spank my kid it`s not because I`m angry or anxious. It`s because she shouldn`t be doing stupid stuff and a good grade a ass whoopin is needed to prevent future incidents. Time outs only work for kids with some sort of mental issue.
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Male 32
Wtf lady! Seriously, how do nuts like this woman get to adopt children? This pisses me off soooo much. There are thousands of American families out there who would gladly adopt that little boy and take good care of him but now he`s stuck with this witch. Hell I`m only 20 and I would gladly take care of this child rather than know he`s under that woman`s care.
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Female 138
Isn`t this a repost O-o
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Female 2,927
what ever happened to a plain old spanking?
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Male 307
Oh, and just as a side note:

@Muksuko42 - "If it`s unnacceptable to do to an adult, then it`s unnacceptable to do to a kid."

This is crap. A child at that age does not have the developed faculties or reasoning of an adult - they cannot be reasoned with as an adult can, nor do they have a fully developed sense of right or wrong - hence, they generally are not punished as adults are with criminal charges until the age of 14 (the generally accepted age of a sense of moral right and wrong having fully developed).
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Male 266
Yeah well, my GF would be punished with hot peppers and no food and punches to the head. The police didn`t do jack, and her folks beat her for calling them. Moral of the story? Stuff rarely gets fixed when it comes to child abuse.
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Male 307
Now my daughter is in college and times have changed since I last had to discipline her.

Here is my honest question - what is an "acceptable" punishment for a child these days?

When I grew up, it was spanking - note, not abuse - but spanking. That suddently became child abuse and other, alternative methods were found (such as this) to replace it.

Now these are being called abuse - what is acceptable? I do believe that some sort of negative reinforcement needs to be used with a child in order for them to learn at this age, but what do you do?

And no, I don`t agree with this woman - I do not think she was right in her handling of the siutation (as ericka225 said, a bit excessive and out of anger) - but what would be acceptable?

Will it get to the point that there is no discipline that is not considered abuse?
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Female 1,141
What, is the differance between putting soap in a kid`s mouth when they say a bad word, and Hot sauce when they lie?? Hell, At least hot sauce is non-toxic and edible..However, soap is not, and can be very toxic..I remember my parents or who ever baby sat me, when I acted up, I got a ass whoopin with a belt, or I had to choose my own switch from a weeping willow tree out back,when I said a dirty word,talked back, or lied. I either got my mouth washed out with Dawn dish soap or stuff taken away..I was punished for being in the wrong, and yes I cried, screamed and hated the world when I was punished,My parents were being Parents, which is the problem with today`s youth and why we have so many ass hole kids that don`t wanna listen, and just do what the hell they want..with mommy in the corner crying about what she did so wrong..I don`t however agree with the cold shower...and there is a fine line between abuse and punishment...
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Male 325
Goddamnit... dumb bit.ch
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Male 2,868
Oh God, not this again.
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Male 163
hmmm ppl who are arrogant like her.. lol im just thanking god i`m not her kid. i mean ffs first this and now he gets his parents taken away man.... the kid is just on a bad luck streak
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Female 219
Tho i do agree she might have done most of it in anger she was yelling at him the whole time
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Female 219
um huny the difference between hot sauce and beating your child is the worst case is it might burn for a few minutes. I`m not saying she should use the hottest sauce out there. However if you beat your child hard enough.. they can leave bruises for days or even break bones. So ya a little hot sauce will only burn for a little bit. And don`t tell me that children are not used to hot sauce like adults.. because why do i see plenty of children eating it with their food. O and the shower was a bit excessive i dont realy think he deserved 2 punishments but hey her call.. he wasn`t in it for an hr he was under for like a minute damn i`m sure you have taken a cold shower once in your life it isn`t pleasant but it wont kill you. If you can find a form of discipline that doesn`t involve something like this then fine more power too ya, but don`t turn your nose up at other parents if you are the one who lets your child do and say what ever they want.
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Male 25,416
meh.....
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Male 99
wtf is with the repost.. are admins chosen by the joker?
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Female 255
Haven`t I already seen this and been disgusted?
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Female 1,478
Who`s the dumbass who put this up here again?
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Male 8
"Hot Sauce" - autotuned pls
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Male 235
REPOST
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Male 183
just for a frame of reference: the CIA used to use cold showers as an "interrogation" technique (aka torture) dont believe me? google it.

from "The History of CIA torture"


interrogators used "cold-water showers" as part of a brutal interrogation regimen in a clandestine London prison for German POWs accused of war crimes.
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Male 210
Isn`t this a repost, but originally it made a point about how she was a Mormon?
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Female 857
When my 10 year old daugther does something damn right dangerous, I take her DS off her overnight....that creates massive histrionics!
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Male 2,850
Look, we can debate the morality all we like, but it all has to come down to one simple statement:

If it`s unnacceptable to do to an adult, then it`s unnacceptable to do to a kid.

And it`s definitely unnacceptable, and very illegal, to punish an adult in this way. So why allow it to happen to childen?

Violence is okay, as long as they`re too small and vulnerable to fight back? Is that the lesson that you want taught to your new generations?
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Male 66
"Punishments are not supposed to be pleasant, thats why they are punishments. At least she isn`t beating the child or something els of that violent nature."

Please explain the difference of pain between burning a childs mouth with hot sauce and a bruise on the arse, and how one form of pain is not related to the other.

A child isn`t as used to spices as an adult. The only thing close to a spice that a child would put into their mouth at that age is cinnamon.
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Male 626
Hotsauce is better than hitting your kids, but the shower was just kind of weird.
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Female 1,604
Hot sauce might not be too bad, but there was no need to stick him in a cold shower afterward, one punishment was enough. However for lying both of these punishments were way over the top. At that age, put him in a corner, take some toys away something like that.
It looks like she was just plain mean though, she is a sadist.
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Male 531
Seen it..
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Female 219
Its a bit odd but i mean its not that bad. Its just sounds bad because the kid is crying because he is being punished, its not going to hurt him one bit. Punishments are not supposed to be pleasant, thats why they are punishments. At least she isn`t beating the child or something els of that violent nature. Society wont let you do anything hardley to punish kids anymore. That is why there are so many brats running around and teenagers doing drugs and having babies so young. The parents can`t or don`t bother punishing their kids properly and prefer to ignore it. Kids new how to behave back in the day because if they didn`t they got the ass switched. I dont know why this woman was an idiot and filmed this tho she should know better because there are always nosy people who want to put their two cents in to stir poo up.
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Female 296
has much as i hate when kids get punished the cold shower is a good idea as long as it`s like 3 mins. the hot sause is a no maybe soap it swould hurt him and it is annoying.
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Male 2,056
repost
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Male 100
Whatever dude, the reason society is so drating screwed up is that enough parents don`t do this.
Cold shower, holding buckets of water shoulder high. Drink hotsauce. Like a gulp. Now STFU and don`t lie. Steal? Burn your hands on a drating candle you goddamn little bastard.
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Male 1,629
the shower was a bit creepy i will admit but she didnt do anything wrong here. i used to get much worse as a child. now i am not saying its ok to just haul off and beat any kid that needs to learn a lesson but some kids need to be beat. also i think its funny that the decline of the us education system and the overall quality of the average american started around the same time as it was no longer ok to dicipline your kids properly.
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Male 3,076
damn she is crazy!
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Male 114
I actually saw that episode when it aired on Dr. Phil Show some months ago. Amazing that she`s only now getting charged.
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Male 37,888
The mom behaved badly so let`s fill her mouth with hot sauce and put in a cold shower for an hour while screaming obcenities at her.
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Male 1,548
@musuko42
"...but it IS everyone else`s issue when you start using your own personal experiences as a means to influence and dictate what others should be doing..."

You do realize how hypocritical that statement is, don`t you? You are doing the exact same thing. It would be equally valid for me to say, "not punishing your kids like this will lead to them being insufferable egotistical brats, saying that behavior is ok only encourages parents to not teach kids valuable life lessons. Even if you came out of it fine, it`s still akin to jumping out of a plane without a parachute..."

I am not making that claim, however, because I realize that it would take scientific data to back that up instead of our subjective experiences. Unfortunately, psychological surveys are not scientific studies, so we need to wait until neuroscience can cover the same ground as psychology to get a meaningful data set.
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Male 7,378
[quote]...have to kneel on uncooked beans facing a corner with my hands up in the air for two hours[/quote]
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Tell your dad, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, that I said Hi!
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Male 1,151
My mom put liquid soap in my mouth when I lied, I was also paddled on occasion.

I don`t hate either of my parents. I love them both very much. I also don`t do that to my own kids. It`s just my personal choice.
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Male 773
Woooooow, alotta aspies are on IAB today.
`Hurrdurr, my parents disciplined me so
thats why i grew up with a broken brain derp.`
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Male 290
I don`t see anything wrong here. this is just a society freaking over nothing and then they go watch people die on tv like it`s nothing.

I used to get spanked with wires or electrical cords or have to kneel on uncooked beans facing a corner with my hands up in the air for two hours, and that was the easy stuff.
I love my parents. =)
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Female 2,525
@CrakrJak:

Yes, the difference is that you were loved. From what I know of this story, it is apparent to me that this child is not loved, and does not recieve much positive attention from his mother. That`s the abuse. No child should grow up feeling like his mother hates him.

I also recieved punishments far worse than this, and my parents did not love me in the way that yours probably did. Because of that difference, my experiences had long term consequences that still affect me as an adult. The bruises healed, but some things just don`t go away.
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Male 2,850
"All they do is make your kid hate you even worse"

As I`m sure does beating them.

Look what happens if you beat a dog: you get a dog that bites you, or a dog that fears you. Neither are all that desirable.

The same generally seems to apply to people.
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Male 2,850
@CrakrJak

Opinions differ on whether you are emotionally damaged, CrakrJak.

Remember my question? Who do you love?
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Male 17,512
zombunny: I, as most kids in my generation and earlier, Received far far worse punishments and did not grow up "emotionally damaged". Why ? because our parents made it clear that they loved us no matter what, But we had to be punished for our misdeeds.

The reason our world is so full of brats who have never learned to grow up is because of the liberal pantywaist notions of using time outs and taking away toys. All they do is make your kid hate you even worse and they learn how to `fake you out` in order to get what they want.
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Male 2,850
@Volsunga

Now, it`s no issue to anyone else here whether or not what was meted out to you was abuse or not, but it IS everyone else`s issue when you start using your own personal experiences as a means to influence and dictate what others should be doing with their own children; every time someone says "I was beaten, it was okay" is another voice telling abusive parents that what they`re doing is socially acceptable.

If you are being totally truthful, it`s still akin to jumping from a plane without a parachute, surviving by some miraculous stroke of luck, then loudly preaching that nobody should wear a parachute, because you were fine without one.
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Male 2,850
@Volsunga

I made the comparison to make a point, Volsunga, not to literally imply that you have the syndrome.

The point? The potential abuse victim is not the most reliable source when it comes to ascertaining if abuse occurred. So you saying that what your parents did was "fine" is meaningless; if it was actually fine, you`d say so...but if it wasn`t fine, you`d likely also still say it was. Nothing can be gleaned from your "fine".

Incidentally, your distinctly over-aggressive defence (calling "pathetic" anyone who sees abuse in this mother`s actions) of the actions of your parents IS a specific symptom of battered person syndrome.
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Male 183
Elevated Risk of Child Maltreatment in Families With Stepparents but Not With Adoptive Parents

here is some good reading related to my last post.

and a quick quote:
"Adoptive families, however, showed significantly less child maltreatment than expected."
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Male 17,512
Video doesn`t work for me.
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Male 573
What a tyrant.
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Male 183
as an adoptive parent i need to call bullpoo on the adoptive parents are more likely to kill their kids. that simply isn`t true. the fact is they are no more or less likely to kill their kids as birth parent. the only parental group more likely to kill their kids is step parents, and the highest likely hood is with stepfathers.

this woman should never been allowed to adopt. there are safeguards that are supposed to weed out potential abusers. there are MANY hoops to jump thru in order to adopt. not least of which are FBI background checks and psychological evaluations. it saddens me that people are so ready to believe lies about adoption, and are so willing to perpetuate stereo types.
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Male 1,548
@Musuko42
What a generic list of symptoms that apply to any human interaction whatsoever. As in, "He gave me a cookie. I think I deserved it. If you think that giving me a cookie is wrong, then you`re an idiot."

Of course the actual condition is legitimate and carries with it many other symptoms other than the ones you just cherry picked. The problem with idiotic amateur psychology is that if any form of denial is in the list of symptoms, denying it "must mean you have it".

@zombunny
Actually, I can draw from my own experience. As human beings are generally the same, neurologically, I can conclude that since I experienced X and had a certain outcome, than another outcome would be the result of other contributing circumstances. Somebody could be legitimately abusive and use this punishment in addition to beatings and sleep deprivation.
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Female 386
I wonder if that kid likes buffalo wings...
Or dancing in the rain on a chilly day...
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Male 423
Repost aleeeeert!
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Female 379
My parents never hit me or my sister, or put hotsauce or soap or anything like that in our mouths. Our punishments were groundings, time outs, and Mom being "disappointed", and that was enough to turn us into good people. (college graduate/soon to be graduate)
They`re studying things like corporal punishment, and finding that it is not a good way of parenting - to those that say "but I turned out fine" there are kids of violent alcoholics that turn out fine, that doesn`t make it good parenting.
Teaching kids that you hit them to teach them that hitting is wrong, and you hit them because you love them, makes no sense in my mind. Then there`s the fact that it doesn`t work well on teenage boys, cause once they can hit harder you`ve lost your edge.
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Male 1,627
video is not working for me.
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Female 2,525
@Volsunga,

Emotional damage is far from a "bullsh*t concept". You may not have grown up with any serious problems yourself, but many others have.

Few things annoy me more than people who measure others by their own experiences. "I experienced X and nothing bad happened to me, so it clearly can`t happen to anyone else."

How arrogant.
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Female 8,044
i think that some of the problem lies in the way she delivers the punishment. it borders on emotional and mental abuse. when you watch the whole video(on youtube)you can hear the abuse. its like she enjoys her tyranny and the power she holds over this poor child. he will definitely have emotional scars from this.
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Male 2,850
@Volsunga

"As I said last time this was posted, I received this same punishment as a child. I don`t think it`s abusive."

And I`m sure you also felt that it was your fault, and you deserved what they did, and react defensively against anyone who questions what they did.

Now where have I seen those symptoms...
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Male 1,548
As I said last time this was posted, I received this same punishment as a child. I don`t think it`s abusive. As a consequence, I now enjoy cold showers and hot sauce. I have no "emotional damage" (bullsh*t concept anyways).

It`s pathetic that people think this is abusive. That worldview equates loving parents with the sick f*cks that are out there who actually beat and neglect their children.
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Male 37,888

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Female 709
I`ve seen this before. She`s so sick if she thinks this is okay. The hot sauce (if used VERY sparingly) isn`t THAT bad but cold showers can and sometimes do put the body into shock which can cause trauma on the internal organs and even cause damage or rupture of organs/blood vessels/brain/etc. Not only that, but it hurts like freakin` hell. I`ve tried taking a cold shower to reduce a fever and even at 104.2 degrees, a cold shower was too much for me.
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Male 2,850
Spanking, hot sauce, forced cold showers, etc...

...all illegal to do to convicted murderers. But okay to do to children?

Some people need to rethink their parenting skills. Including some of the commenters here who talk about "moderate" physical punishment.
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Female 4,039
@faustshadow - but do you also scream like a maniac in the kid`s face and then stick him in a cold shower while having your other child videotape it?

See, that`s where it crosses the line into Crazy Town.
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Male 10,339
"the only reason i can think she did so is because she is just a pedophile"

Wait.... What?!

I don`t even.
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Female 2,525
"Adopted parents are more than ten times likely to kill their children as real parents."

Makes sense, as they wouldn`t have the same biological drive to protect their young.
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Male 501
I`ve used a drop of hot sauce on the tongue when my son screams at us or lies. I don`t pour a bunch down his throat and I give him a piece of bread or milk after. The `hot yuckies` worked like a charm.
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Male 5,194
Adopted parents are more than ten times likely to kill their children as real parents.
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Male 3,745
tbh the hot sauce thing (depending on how much used) really isnt abusive...no different than making your child eat soap for cursing (soap isnt meant to be eaten btw)

the cold shower part is the only thing that made anything about this abusive. after holding the hot sauce in his mouth there is no reason to punish him even further and the only reason i can think she did so is because she is just a pedophile and/or just a bitch...
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Male 7,378
Yeah I know. You qualified your repost to make yourself seem mistake free. That`s why I said: "I see what you did there".
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Male 10,339
@madest:

The fact that I put a timeframe on it, excuses it from being hypocrisy.
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Female 2
Not all abuse is physical. Forced cold shower and hot sauce is.. very twisted. Just spank the kid and be done with it! One can only imagine how emotionally weird that kid will be.
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Male 7,378
[quote]Can we please wait a minimum of 6 months before we repost?[/quote]
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I see what you did there. You just submitted that Rabbit video that was a repost but since it was you, you qualify your complaint on this with a time limit. Why must everything that comes out of a republicans mouth be hypocrisy?
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Imagine being an unwanted child put up for adoption and the woman who adopts you is the wicked witch of the west. This kid will someday be a burden on society from no fault of his own.

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Male 1,610
"the scars of lessons and consequences."

The lesson here being that this child should abuse his kids when he has some. There are better and more effective ways to discipline your kids.
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Female 2,525
@auburnjunky,

Trust me, that`s not how it works. I should know.

As was stated in the video, this is about the mother`s anger, not teaching. There is a difference between disciplining your child appropriately and letting your temper get out of control. It`s clear to me that she is angry and wants to make him suffer because it makes her feel better. There`s nothing wrong with giving him consequences for his actions. There is something wrong with wanting to hurt him.
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Male 10,339
@zombunny:

Yeah, the scars of lessons and consequences.
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Female 95
Correct me if I`m wrong but... I think this is actually a repost... Or at least the video of the mom abusing that kid is. Not the news guy. I think anyway.
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Female 2,525
It`s not really a repost. More of a follow up. The first video was the Dr. Phil episode and this is a news story saying she`s been charged with a crime.

And for those saying it`s not abuse, eff you. Seriously. Emotional abuse leaves scars you can`t see.
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Male 10,339
Can we please wait a minimum of 6 months before we repost?

I mean, it`s all good, but the repost times are getting shorter....

and shorter...

and shorter..

and shorter.

and shorte

and short

(etc.)
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Male 639
OH MY GOD!!! THE LITTLE KID CRIED WHEN HE WAS BEING PUNISHED. IT MUST BE CHILD ABUSE. This is pretty tame for me. It`s a logical punishment, something bad comes out your mouth something bad comes back in, there is a correlation there. Don`t quite understand the reasoning behind the shower, though. In thirty minutes he`ll be fine. There`s no permanent damage and the kid learns a lesson. Way better punishment than anything I ever got. Would`ve much rather gotten this than the belt or switch.
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Female 4,039
What gets me most is how over the top she is - what the hell does she do to him when he spills his milk?

Extra ick-factor - her 10 year old biological child is videotaping this.

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Male 7,378
"Utah is the happiest state in America. Looks like Mormon parents must be doing something right."
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Could it be because Utah is the biggest consumer of porn?
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Male 237
It is SUCH child abuse.
Because it doesn`t leave scars doesn`t mean it`s not child abuse. By your definition, the jerk who kept his childrens in their basement for their whole childhood until they could finally escape would not be child abuse because they don`t have any scars. Or it would be perfectly valid for a parent to do drowning simulations.
There is a MAJOR difference. Wanting to take a cold shower and be able to go in and out when you want; putting as much hot sauce in your mouth that you can for a bet, and what we see here.
I cannot believe some people think this is ok.
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Male 683
@Rick_S My mistake, I saw the similar screen shot and title and jumped to a conclusion.
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Male 392
She got charged. I love it when the internet does the right thing.
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Male 271
thank god that bitch is getting what she deserves they had better take that kid away from her

hot sauce has the capability of permanently damaging ones throat
and cold showers can cause hypothermia and whole boatload of psyche issues to a small child

one could argue she isnt treating him like a family member because hes adopted and shes angry with him more so than her own spawn because he hasnt been indoctrinated the same way his new crazy mormon family has. . . drating mormons
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Male 1,610
this was a great way to start a frozen in friday.
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Male 10,440
I agree with KPres.

I`m pretty sure that hot sauce and a cold shower doesn`t actually damage you. If it did, then I`d hop the fence.

[quote] Moral of the story? Don`t tape the abuse dummy. [/quote]
Looks like IAB hit the nail on the head for once.
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Female 53
re post
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Female 1,784
It is abuse because childrens skin are more sencitive they are not fully devloped yet and can`t handle what adults can
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Male 309
"Her name is Jessica, and she is a Mormon"

And?

Utah is the happiest state in America. Looks like Mormon parents must be doing something right.

http://nyti.ms/fIKxs
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Male 309
Somewhat excessive? Sure.

Child abuse. No.

What`s especially dumb is when they claim it`s child abuse because the child "screamed" when put in the shower. Please. Children scream when you don`t buy them a new toy.

Besides, 10 years from now that little boy will start giving himself cold showers every time he comes home from the beach.
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Male 7,378
No wonder I couldn`t find it. "Hi, My Name Is Jessica And I`m A Mormon" doesn`t really describe it...
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Male 3,314
aquaman1227 Technically, I think we saw the video before, but not the news story about it being abuse. So, no, not a true repost.
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Male 3,314
"Its interesting also, that while this one is considered abuse, this one is considered funny and cute"

That one looked like it was optional. Like he could have said no, but chose to do it.
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Male 683

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Male 309
Somewhat excessive? Sure.

Child abuse. No.

What`s especially dumb is when they claim it`s child abuse because the child "screamed" when put in the shower. Please. Children scream when you don`t buy them a new toy.

Besides, 10 years from now that little boy will start giving himself cold showers every time he comes home from the beach.
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Male 15,510
Its interesting also, that while this one is considered abuse, this one is considered funny and cute
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Male 15,510
Her name is Jessica, and she is a Mormon
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Male 7,378
I know I`ve seen something about this before but don`t remember where. Did a search on several related terms and couldn`t find it. My apologies if this is indeed a repost.
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Male 37,888
hot sauce and shower sound mild now, but the video was pretty bad. It`s more because of the screaming and hollering in the kids face.
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Male 440
@startech "I am willing to bet that the kid will think twice before lying again. He knew what the punishment was, but chose to lie anyway."

You enjoy contridicting yourself it would seem. Logic fail.
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Male 6,737
Repost
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Male 235
It`s because so many parents don`t discipline their kids these days that a lot of them end up in jail, on drugs, etc. I am willing to bet that the kid will think twice before lying again. He knew what the punishment was, but chose to lie anyway. Kids need to learn that there are consequences for their actions. I would say that anyone who disagrees with this is a bad parent.
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Male 2,893
I love hot sauce and cold showers.
I don`t see anything wrong here.
Does anyone else think that Drive Angry looks like the dumbest pile of sh*t movie of this century?
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Male 91
when i was little i got drating lock in the dark basement lol. i guess cold shower + hotsauce is overly abusive
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Male 759
"Wtf? Since when is it wrong to discipline your child? Get a drating grip, i suffered a hell of a lot worse when I was growing up."

Oh I see what you did there. I see `em trollin!
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Female 245
"Wtf? Since when is it wrong to discipline your child? Get a drating grip, i suffered a hell of a lot worse when I was growing up."
I`m sorry you had terrible parents, but that`s no excuse to defend other terrible parents.
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Female 4,039
I sooo wish he would have spit that hot sauce in her face.
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Male 284
Wtf? Since when is it wrong to discipline your child? Get a drating grip, i suffered a hell of a lot worse when I was growing up.
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Male 2,552
I had to put soap in my mouth as a kid when I lied... my parents weren`t arrested; I turned out fine. Frickin` liberals need to stay out of peoples lives.
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Male 2,390
I remember when I first saw this and was a little disturbed. I believe in punishing kids but this was just a little to brutal.
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Female 5,222
I heard about this on the news the other day.. :s
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Female 1,784
old news is old. Hated hearing it the first two times, don`t wanna see or hear it again :(
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Female 49
This was posted before.. something about mormon parents :é
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Male 183
wasn`t this posted like a month ago?
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Male 355
Justice be severed
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Male 7,378
Link: Mother Punishes Son With Hot Sauce [Rate Link] - and a cold shower. Cops come and charge her with child abuse. Moral of the story? Don`t tape the abuse dummy.
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