By Evelyn - 19/03/2012 20:18 - United States
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I agree with my mum when she tells me I should put more thought into my comments. Oh, and to move out of her damn house. That too.
Ok, here's the hierarchy: 1) If the kid was like... 2... then no, he didn't deserve it, because re couldn't really know better. Instead, whoever was supposed to be keeping on eye on that kid should be kicked in the head. 2) If the kid was 5 or something or older, then yeah, he deserved it. When you do really dangerous stuff like get really close to large, fast-moving objects, then you need to be taught the lesson that getting punted REALLY !#(*%& HURTS and to stay away.
I want to know where the fuck the mom (or dad) was to begin with. Considering the child was close enough to the swings in use to be kicked in the head, it sounds to me like said child wasn't being very closely monitored to begin with. Seems like if the parent was watching them, this wouldn't have happened to begin with because they would have made sure their kid wasn't in the way.
She shouldn't have to. Its the parent's fault to begin with, they should be supervising their obviously very young child at all times. And anyways, its pretty hard to stop a heavy weight going at something like 30 kph minimum, so its not like OP could have prevented it.
Sounds like It was the kid's fault anyways. You never walk in front of a person while they are swinging.