Here is one parent's solution to his daughter not wanting to do chores. Of course, she posted her displeasure with chore-doing on Facebook. Big mistake.
That dad should be happy his teenage daughter's idea of "rebellion" is making angry facebook posts.
Imagine what his reaction will be when she does something actually rebellious -- like having her older, drug-dealer boyfriend drive her to the tattoo parlor to get inked for the first time.
Cincinnati Here We Go.
26 Years and Counting...
One day that daughter will look back on the experience with the insight of age & maturity and think "I'm glad I am super far away from that maniac and I will never do anything like that ever to my own children."
Originally Posted by dougdirtOriginally Posted by Sea RayOriginally Posted by RedTeamGo!
Which teenager hasn't grumbled to his or her friends about strict parents and doing chores? She simply made the mistake of posting it to Facebook, an option that my generation never had. Sounds like a typical teen to me. 10 bullets into a laptop and grounded for years seems a bit of an overreaction to me.
Nah, but one time at a wedding I almost started a fight between husband and wife. Someone found a diamond ring and turned it into me to announce if anyone lost it.
my announcement consisted of me testing it to be a real diamond. I determined, live, that it was cubic zirconium....when the woman came up to get it she starts yelling at her husband...
"I was joking ma'am..."
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