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By gbabyy - / Sunday 22 November 2009 03:25 / United States
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When you say "daughter," you mean "cat" right? That would make a lot more sense, in multiple places.

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Relax. When we eat chicken, it's a dead bird too ya know? Imagine it as a roast when you tasted it.

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what the hell??? I keep finding comments that I haven't made! who the hell is doing this and how??? Stop hacking into my account you assholes!

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No, not everything, but some children do need physical punishment to be taught a lesson. Not all children will sulk in a corner after you say "Now Mummy doesn't like it when you try to eat dead Birds and try and scratch her face off" And I don't mean belting the child until you break your hand or something, one firm, swift smack on the bum will do it. My sister and I where smacked when we were kids and we grew up fine. My cousins, who weren't, have grown into lazy, disrespecting bra

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@ #14 - huge difference between beating/hitting your kid and spanking them. One is done in anger, the other is done in correction. One is a controlled motion, specifically intended to sting but not cause any real harm. The other is a reaction, and can very easily be uncontrolled. A swat or two on the behind isn't going to ruin a child. A smack across the face, or unrelenting spanking (continuous, or in excess of more than a couple) isn't good. Which would you rather do, have a daughter tha

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I think comments must have been moved around, so Funk's looks out of place... I agree that something is seriously wrong if your child thinks that a proper response to being scolded is to scratch your face. In this case, spanking might not be the best option - you don't want to create an even more violent child. But you do need to figure out some way to control her.

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#19 This exactly. You should NEVER beat a child. Don't hit hard, or out of anger. A stern swat to the behind does not hurt them. It shocks them and tells them what they did was bad. I can tell you out of experience that time-outs and telling a child not to do something does not always work. It's pathetic how many brats I see who blatantly disobey adults and misbehave. It's not always the parents fault, it's society's. If someone even touches a kid there's someone calling the cops. They don'

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-.- There is a difference between spanking your child for discipline and 'hitting your child.' Trust me spanking doesn't ruin a child... I was spanked plenty growing up. Ask any elderly person... they were probably spanked too. Most remembered phrase from my old family camping trips: "Go fetch a switch." Note that's a trap as it makes you think you have some control over whats about to happen. Get the biggest it hurts alot, get a small flimsy one... it can cut you... like a whip...

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I agree with #19. #14's kids are probably the ones we hear throwing a temper tantrum in the middle of Walmart because they don't want to go home.

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sometimes hitting your child does solve things :) im sorry but wtf you gonna do witha 7 year who wants a fucking toy right now this second?haha

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