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Misanthrope

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#1 6 years ago

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Personally, I think this guy is...epic. Seriously, if my kid not only 1) posted something like that on Facebook and 2) tried to HIDE it from me, I'd probably do something similar. I greatly enjoyed the way he broke down just exactly what her chores are each day; e.g, not at ALL as bad as she had made it out to be.

Thoughts? What do you think of how this guy handled the situation?




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#2 6 years ago

His parenting's clearly created such a great kid so far, more of the same's obviously going to fix her. You want someone's advice, you look at the sort of thing their advice has created. His advice has fucked his child up.

Sounds like the typical guy who thinks paying for a child's upbringing, and occasionally raining fire, constitutes parenting. I've spent time and money... Oh wow. :rolleyes: Like that's going to convince someone who doesn't have a job.

One fuck up bitching at another fuck up. Nothing new there.




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#3 6 years ago

Nemmerle;5611700His parenting's clearly created such a great kid so far, more of the same's obviously going to fix her. You want someone's advice, you look at the sort of thing their advice has created. His advice has fucked his child up.

Sounds like the typical guy who thinks paying for a child's upbringing, and occasionally raining fire, constitutes parenting. I've spent time and money... Oh wow. :rolleyes: Like that's going to convince someone who doesn't have a job.

One fuck up bitching at another fuck up. Nothing new there.

I hate when I do this, but I kinda disagree a little there... very little though.

While I think you're right in that most of what a child becomes is due to the parenting, I do think most of the teens, specially in houses of higher standard tend to be a little... I can't find another word, so I'll just say bitchy.

Hell, when I was 15, I had to work in my mothers internet café. if I asked for money, I'd have gotten laughed at. I never asked for money either though, but mom still tried to give me sometimes when it was possible.

I do agree though with that many parents try to "buy" their children. But I think they act plainly fucking stupid. My brother tends to buy anything for his daughter, and she's a fuck up. He ain't. He has been succesful, knows how to earn his money without asking a shit and can solve any problem he gets.

His daughter is still a fuck up, albeit her father isn't. It's just that these fucking kids have to learn to live the hard way before starting to complain. they think having an outdated phone is a life problem. Fuck... Not having anything to eat but plain rice wasn't even a problem down in Chile...

I think this guy did far the right thing. Better than what I would've ever thought. While it'll just get the daughter more pissed, I think it's a nice kick in the ass. I'd probably had kicked her outta the house...

Damn, I got pissed ._.


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#4 6 years ago

I have to agree with the father! I know spoiled brats like that who think the little things are just the worst! When I was younger and living with my parents I had more chores then what she has and only took 20 minutes out of my day, I didn't complain. I knew I had it easy. My parents took care of me, paid for my clothes, my food, etc. They worked hard.

It just makes me mad sometimes when kids are so disrespectful of their parents.




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#5 6 years ago

Well, that was a waste of a laptop (and ammo).




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#6 6 years ago

He shoots the laptop? Really?

Probably a fake video to earn a bit of money on youtube.

Also, the concept of spying on your kids and publishing their facebook posts like that doesn't really spell great parenting to me.




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#7 6 years ago

Einherjar Silberio;5611714I think this guy did far the right thing. Better than what I would've ever thought. While it'll just get the daughter more pissed, I think it's a nice kick in the ass. I'd probably had kicked her outta the house...

Damn, I got pissed ._.

The right thing would be for him to acknowledge he's a failure as a father, and get some help from a professional before it's too late. Which admittedly it may well already be. This is just her hurting him and him hurting her back. He might as well swing a fist into her face for all the good it seems likely to do. At least it would be more direct.

He's the adult here. He's supposed to be the sensible one, able to pursue the larger goal: Raising a decent kid. Rather than just seeing the red mist and throwing a tantrum when things don't go his way.

You notice his hands? Balling things up into fists, breaking things. I see something like that from a man they go on my shitlist. When your instinctive reaction to anger is violence, of any degree, it's a huge red-flag about your more general behaviour.

I'm really not surprised his daughter's a screw up.




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#8 6 years ago

While I do agree with you, Papa Nurgle, unfortunately, I don't think humanity has evolved quite far enough for that mindset to be main-stream.


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#9 6 years ago
Nemmerle;5611729 He might as well swing a fist into her face for all the good it seems likely to do.

Certainly would have done less harm. I'd take a physical beating any day over that.

Let me just say, being a teen these days is tough. Not at all because of school, chores, and other "work," but because teens are emotionally bombarded in every way shape and form, and trying to find the "right" way through life is like trying to avoid drowning when you don't know how to swim.

The role of parents is to raise their kids to live, think, and act the way they should, to the best of their abilities. This is hugely a matter of example. So you're telling your daughter that she can't say crap about you, but then you turn around and publicly humiliate her in the most monumental way possible, say crap about her (which, by the way, for most girls, is taken rather harshly, especially when it comes from the ones they care about the most), AND take away her privileges/technology (which admittedly, would do most of us a lot of good) and expect her to go on living life more obedient than before? On top of that, you go on with your own exaggerated little story detailing all the things you had to do when you were her age. What do you think YOUR example is telling her to do? Retaliate and burn the house down perhaps? I think at this point though, the more likely scenario is an attempted escape, be it by running away, drugs, or suicide. Hats off to the daughter if she manages to make it to college.

Honestly, I really hope this guy sees what he's doing wrong, and perhaps repair some of the damage he's done, if it's not too late. As surprising as it may seem, firm and consistent, but gentle, understanding parenting is what sets kids on the right path.

Edit: Beautiful .45 though. :p




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#10 6 years ago

I love this one comment:

ACRKawongaDad is a dick,

Daughter is a bitch,

They are both butthurt faggots and their family sounds like a bunch of Jewish redneck cunts.

You both deserve to have your eyes gouged out.

That's rednecks for you.


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