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By treehugger / Tuesday 20 March 2012 09:47 / Singapore - Singapore
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  ArcadePie  |  14

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  shroomboy  |  14

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  Cad6  |  14

I can't even count the number of times I've seen this kind of thing happen on T.V. But if you're gonna escape from a window, you gotta be like Harry Potter and call over the Weasleys with their flying car. :)

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He/she obviously can't sneak out the window either. You never know, he/she might have better luck just walking out the door since being a ninja from the second story doesn't work.

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  thewifey310  |  16

The whole purpose of "SNEAKING OUT" is NOT to be caught or seen, especially by the people(parents/guardians) who grounded him/her in the first place!! Sooooo...walking out of the door=getting caught which= more punishment!!!

By  citymayer  |  18

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  citymayer  |  18

Sorry if I think a good smack is deserved in some situations. When I was younger I would have never done things like this and I expect my kids to do the same.

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  citymayer  |  18

Yeah..where I'm from we say we beat our children but we don't mean it like that. When we're talking about abusing people we say hit. Cajuns just don't make sense half of the time.

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  treschanna510  |  18

I don't see what the big deal is. I grew up in a family with a creole/cajun background as well and I used to get a good smack across the face whenever I disobeyed. Just as my other cousins did, and we all turned out to be pretty well mannered. The key is giving 3 warning and if the kid does the same thing you told them not to do for the fourth time, then explain your position about the situation and why what the child did was incorrect. Then smack them. Granted, different things work for different kids, but my point you can't just make someone look like the "bad guy" simply because they hit their kids. I mean you don't know what his kids are like.

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