Mom Punishes Bully Daughter In Weird Way

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago in Weird

What do you think, is this a brilliant way to teach a kid a lesson or is this woman an evil stepmother?
There are 43 comments:
Female 2,415
@skullgrin, yes. This is the 2nd best bit of parenting I`ve ever heard of...
1st = my friends younger brother was wasting food (and I mean a LOT)... parents set him down and said, "This is how much money we budget for food a week... now YOU have to buy groceries for the whole family and feed us all for the next month."
The kid did this, and never wasted food again.
SOME parents are on the ball. And yet, Krowley does have a good point too.
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Male 15,832
S4S, I was hoping at least one person would get that. Glad it was you.
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Male 6,227
LOL @ Ollie`s comment.
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Female 595
I`m with the "expert". She`s only going to be further angered by whatever is making her become a bully.
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Male 3,475
I feel that mom didn`t spend enough quality time with her before she turned ten.
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Male 2,390
That expert is a moron
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Female 1,467
Wait so the underlying news is random parent knows daughter well enough to prescribe fitting punishment?
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Male 243
Nice to see a parent take responsibility for her little brat. She didnt go goof up. The cyberpolice may stand down.
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Male 15,832
Good thing she didn`t make fun of the pregnant girl.
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Male 14,835
She actually looks quite hawt in the red dress.
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Male 2,841
WAH SHE CALLED ME A BUTTFACE ARREST DIS BITCH
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Male 568
Moral of the story: misbehave and mom will buy you new clothes.
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Male 696
Maybe a great idea. Maybe not.
The fact is: It`s her kid. I don`t get a say in how she raises her.
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Male 38,511

This could have backfired if everyone loved it and it started a trend.
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Male 1,293
skullgrin

Like many "experts".

Ex - has been
spurt - drip under pressure
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Male 6,227
Great job by the mom. Kids are different. This approach could be harmful if used on the wrong child but, judging by the outcome, these parents made the right call. I suspect another reason it worked well was that the punishment wasn`t imposed in anger and the child had the sense it was being done out of love and a genuine desire to help her grow.
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Male 936
anyone else think the expert was an idiot
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Female 4,359
brilliant idea, taught that kid exactly what she needed to learn.
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Male 7,123
Good parent.
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Male 1,296
What bothers me is that it took 3 weeks before the useless teacher reported it to the parent.
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Male 37,888
4 Stars For Mom! She understood that "just talking" wasn`t working, so she took positive action!

Hey! Kids are kids. Chatting about it is NOT ALWAYS the "best solution". Sure it should be tried (of course!) but if it`s not 100% successful? Further steps ARE required.
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Male 7,775
Great job by the mom. The pissy liberal who thinks it`s wrong is the reason kids today have no respect or discipline. Even he girl admits it was a good lesson.
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Female 1,163
The mother did the right thing, at least she remedied a problem or at least I hope so. She taught her daughter a lesson in life. More parents need to be more like this. I know there are some parents out there that wouldnt do crap about their child bullying another child.
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Male 535
I especially liked the newscaster this morning reporting on this article, telling how America has become "vanity driven" while reporting with her nose job...
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Male 3,061
Great parenting. Although, if it was me, I would`ve had a tanned backside. These quacks are a bunch of waterheads when it comes to giving out advice and solutions.
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Male 4,746
Right/Wrong...If the kid learns a lesson and no harm was done, then I`m all for it. At least they are doing something instead of acting like their child did nothing wrong.
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Male 379
we don`t need to worry about children`s self esteem. if you are a parent and you f*cking show up. that is pretty much all that is needed. kids are naturally curious and optimistic. but every now and then, they could use a little humility. nothing wrong with that. of course i`d bet that the same people who are so up in arms about humiliation punishments are the same bastards that spank.
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Male 5,617
Those clothes don`t look so bad. The jump suit is a little bit Punky Brewster and the other is a little bit Blossom.
All she needs is a pair mix-matched-same-model sneakers.

HalfPint, that`s not normal. That`s what makes it desirable.
If everyone wore $600 on the first day, the thrift shop clothes would be the fad.
If you don`t think so, think back to if you`ve ever seen a person in bell-bottomed pants in the 90`s.
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Female 7,867
Uniform. You should try it- it`s great. I have no idea why any school would not have uniform. The whole lot can be twenty quid from Asda, they all look the same...
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Male 312
HalfPintRoo:

When my nephew showed me I was floored that a fifth grader was going to school in something that cost almost 600


and you wonder why there is an economic crisis lol.
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Female 1,540
That psychologist clearly has never had to deal with an actual bullying child. I think this is FANTASTIC! I am amazed to see that there are still parents out there who hold themselves and their children accountable for their own actions! Go Mom!
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Male 38,511

My dad had an excellent way of dealing with this type of situation. He called it an "Ass Whoopin".

Kid Psych guy was stupid. "The child comes away angry" well then I guess she`ll learn how to deal with anger as well. Two for one!
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Male 2,552
It was a great punishment. Can`t even be faulted for spanking or anything (which I think is okay).

This showed her EXACTLY what it was like to be on the receiving end of teasing. I bet she won`t do it again.
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Female 2,764
I know kids have always been teased for the way they`ve dressed, but tell me IAB, when did we get to a place where name brands are more important then anything else.

My nephews friend`s mother posted her daughters first day of school outfit on Facebook. When my nephew showed me I was floored that a fifth grader was going to school in something that cost almost 600 dollars total. That was just 1 outfit.

When did this become the norm?
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Female 7,867
no fancythat- you make her walk a few hours in someone else`s shoes....
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Male 1,293
Fancythat

Why are you such a bigot? You don`t know her classmates; indeed as far as I can see you don`t know people.
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Male 1,293
Good mother, seems like she will raise a good kid.
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Male 1,950
So, you teach your child about bullying by turning all her classmates into bullies? Awesome.
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Female 6,381
I`m just amazed they found a modern mother who gives a good goddamn.
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Male 1,582
From the way kids are today, I think it`s safe to assume that the "professionals" are mistaken on a few things.
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Male 312
Good for her! These "professionals" don`t know what they are talking about. This is how kids were dealt with up until the 90s when all of a sudden smacking a kid became child abuse.
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Female 7,867
Good parent. No harm was done, but hopefully this child will realise. hope so.
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Female 8,044
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