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She may not have the money to take it to get the paint fixed especially since she just got the car. OP that sucks that she wrote her name on your new car but like everyone else I have to question who was watching your daughter at the time and where they were while this happened before I can decided on FYL or YDI.

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That's what I said. Today in fact, I got a new edition of Time magazine. The top story? Attached parenting. Lauren is probably about four or five and so usually you don't have to watch a five year old at all times.

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A rock works just as well as a key to scratch paint. You can also use quarters, pennies, wire rings from gumball machines, the plastic ring left after finishing a ring pop, aluminum soda cans, edge of a spoon, a sharp sturdy stick, or really any number of things that can often just be found outside because so many people are littering bastards, or they are age appropriate and belong to the child, or because they occur in nature. Would you still consider it YDI if the child had used one of those many non-key objects that they had happened find outside or had possession of because it was a toy of theirs? I am honestly just wondering because you said if the girl had keyed the name into the car they would deserve it.

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calling child protective services is stupid. as punishment, it is perfectly reasonable to beat your kids. the gov't interferes too much with everyday life. a disciplinary beating is not abuse and is very reasonable.

how old is your daughter and how did you piss her off that much to ruin your car? if she's able to understand how to write a name, she's also able to understand that you don't scratch your name in a car.

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