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I'm pretty sure there's not a "type" of child for which "Punch that bitch in the face" would be sound advice to give them.

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I'm pretty sure there's not a "type" of child for which "Punch that bitch in the face" would be sound advice to give them.

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From the mouths of babes.....

Zod, I know you hate conservatives, but let's see where you land when you are 50.

You are teaching toddlers "responsibility" in hopes that they will become productive members of society.

Your kid, I dare say, will most likely adjust well and not be a taker of other toys when older, a spitter in the face of people not like him, etc. He will look back and say, "I was brought up to do things such and such a way because there are a set of rules that govern how you are to act".

Anyway, I know that gives you nightmares, but sounds like you are being a responsible adult and Dad and your kids will benefit greatly.

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I like it when I am called a hater of conservatives and a conservative racist in the same forum. Makes me think I am right down the middle.

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I would have shamed the parents. Nothing like shaming a parent in front of their kid, kind of makes the parent not want to go through that again.

Our society needs more judging and shaming. Every behavior is not ok.

This is exactly what I would have done.

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you might be dealing with the kind of parent where that makes no difference.

they seem unattached to what their kid does anyway and would probably challenge you to a fight, or, spit in your face?

just sayin

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I posted in here so that I could get a feel about how parents feel about spitting, either with their kids or others. Well I guess I should have known better, lol.

 

Anyways, I would like to make it clear that I am not interested in being the social police for other kids. I dont believe  in parenting other peoples children. I would be irate if someone felt necessary to correct my child. I speak to him in a certain way. I never talk to him out of anger, I try with maybe 65 percent success to not raise my voice even when chastising him. I see a child that would give his heart to make someone feel better.  Trust that I am not giving a little devil an excuse, I am giving an angel a shield. I know my son, even at this age I can see the type of man he might become. I know that their will be things in his life that I cant for see, but I want him to know that a fight is not the worst thing in the world and to not fear confrontation. If you dont like how I am doing it, you can teach your child not to spit, hit or whatever and they should be able to play just fine. 

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you might be dealing with the kind of parent where that makes no difference.

they seem unattached to what their kid does anyway and would probably challenge you to a fight, or, spit in your face?

just sayin

See that is exactly my point. A similar situation happened at a monkey joes a few months ago.  My son was on one of the bouncing slides with several other kids. I am watching his every move from just out of view. I notice the other kids getting kind of rough, at times pushing my son. My son noticed it as well and took great care to avoid them. Nothing to serious, but not every kid involved was a willing participant.  One of the most rambunctious fell down.  One or two of the other kids started jumping on him and he cryed out. My son was just getting back on to the step part of the bouncing thing, along with several other kids.  The kids father, looking like he felt necessary to booze up before going to watch his kids play, jumped onto the steps and began to yell at my son. Within a half second I was on the scene. I rushed to the scene and my terrified child jumped into my arms. Simultaneously, I looked at the guy and informed him in a none to polite and just as loud as he, to not fuggin yell at my child. Like many of the people on here, he felt necessary to allow his kid to misbehave, then chastise other kids for responding.  He of course shrunk back into his skin, babbling something about an apology while his slightly less drunk wife tried to shuffle him away as some of the attendees had rushed to the scene.  After asking my son if he was okay and tickling and joking with him to get his comfort level back, he gave me a hug and continued to play.

 

Parents are the worst ones, but you know what? some just dont care. I will not feel guilty for trying to teach my son to defend himself. If the son is anything like the father I want my son to break his fuggin jaw, whenever he is old enough to do so.

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There is nothing like having a child, nothing.

Responsibility and Reward and all that goes with it.

And when they are 20, you are still trying to help them avoid the pitfalls that will come their way.

Keep at it, you are doing fine.

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On another note I didn't know Johnny Rockets took his kids to McDonalds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Holy poo man, This exact same thing happened to me when I was a kid. I was playing inside a Mcdonalds jungle gym when 2 kids decides to start spitting on/at me. My mom saw it and told the other kids mom. The kids mom could care less. When they tried it again I started beating the living fug out of them.

 

Yeah, I hit the kids and it was violent and I grew up to be pretty fuged up but I doubt that is what did it.

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