The fact he smiled and enjoyed hitting girls with a weapon is something that needs correcting. If this were my kid I'd beat his @ss till he couldn't sit for a week.
@ JCLEMZ, Violent video games. Bad parenting at its finest
@ JCLEMZ, if it were male kids would you be as upset? Or sound you just say it's roughhousing? Inb4youCallMyBluffAndSayUpset #doublestandard
@Mhael, As someone beaten from behind by a kid this age using a billiards stick when I was a kid (we simply wanted to use the table since he couldn't even play), I couldn't care what sex either side was lol. I had a kid whack me on the back of the head for example because we wanted to use the table and white billiards ball; he was so upset that when we looked away, he ran to grab a stick, snuck up behind me, and whacked me on the back of the head using the thick end of the stick. Now this was a kid the same age as the one here against other kids probably their age (can't tell how old they are), and the only reason he didn't go after my cousin was because he was focused on hitting me more screaming, and I quote him here, "DIEEEEEEEEEE!!!". My point here is that parents cannot let behavior like this go unchecked when their children are small. I know plenty of people who grew up with serious anger problems who aggressively did this type of stuff as older kids/adults.
@ JCLEMZ, fully agree xD.
@ JCLEMZ, when I was 6 I ACCIDENTALLY hit a girl friend of mine with a thin plastic baseball bat and I in fact did get my ass beat.
@ JCLEMZ, Yes, because the first time children show signs of violence beating them will solve everything
@ JCLEMZ, Could you even have dragged that story out any more?
@Factory BOY, lol. Ya, I was thinking the same. However, I was smacked on my ass when I did something wrong as a child and I have never been a violent person.
@ JCLEMZ, Yeah, I just recently had to put up with my toddler cousin—you can already tell he's on a bad path, he pounced me and just went nuts (biting and stuff) at least thrice in one visit. My aunt didn't bat an eye whatsoever, just kind of halfassedly scolded him. The kid pulled my hair out (I'm a chick for clarification) and nothing came of it. You absolutely can't skimp on raising a child, they are by definition a young adult and if you don't deal with them now, you're going to have to deal with them later when they're full grown.
Pardon me if I rambled too much, it's 1:10 AM and the aforementioned encounter happened just the other day and I really would appreciate if it nobody else had to experience any of that.
@CynicalSir, Also, I got the same treatment and can confirm that ass slappings =/= violence. Maybe respect for others if anything, but I could just be tooting my own horn.
@Factory BOY, Maybe that's the answer and maybe it isn't, who knows. My point is that parents shouldn't let their children wonder off the right path and become dangerous when they grow up. Parents are supposed to foster their children, guiding them so they can become responsible adults. It's up to parents to decide how to punish their kids, and it's their decision on what level it should be. If they feel a yelling is needed or a spanking is in order, so be it. Parenting isn't a job, it's a duty they accepted and are now responsible in shaping their kids into proper adults. If beating their @ss to teach them hurting people like that is wrong, then maybe that's one answer out of many. Parenting isn't easy or pretty all the time, so there's room to make mistakes.
After they start crying he has an evil, and uncomfortably large smile
@Duncan5769, the girl he hit first didn’t cry, I do think she began to laugh. The second, who I assume is his sister just by the skin tone, did cry tho, even tho where she was hit didn’t actually seem like it would hurt to much as he’s like 3 years old.
Side note - I really love dark, male, Japanese voices
@A pet named Steve, Looking at you PapaFranku
You Say Run - My Hero Academia
This kid is definitely the opposite of a Hero
He obviously has no idea what he is doing. Grab that sword and smack his face a few times so he learns.
Anyone else annoyed that this has you say run in the background? Apparently it's supposed to go with everything, but I don't think it's supposed to go with this.
Be gone thots
That wench deserved it. The way she shoved that dog away was completely apprehensive
It's upsetting that somebody video'd this instead of stopping the kid. All its teaching is that this behavior is completely okay. Just isn't right!
@BrittyBear, looks like the camera was set up, it doesn't look like someone was holding the camera. Little sh*t needs to be smacked in the face like he did to the younger girl.
@Anditazz, Well at least it wasn't being taped then, my bad for jumping to that conclusion xD He certainly needs to be taught that that isn't right. I work with kids on a daily basis and have seen what kids are like who think its okay to hurt others or that its fun to do so. It definitely isn't fun having to be the one to pry a child off another x~x because they're trying to bash there heads in. Notes home to parents don't do anything a lot of the times, the most they get is their tablet taken away for a few days. Its crazy.
@BrittyBear, I have 2 boys and while they fight a lot, I've never caught them doing anything quite like this. They hit each other with stuff all the time, but it's the "normal" hits of, "shh, don't cry, I didn't meant it!" I've witnessed children who have violent tendencies, 1 bit my oldest on the back! I almost smacked the kid, but refrained myself, and spoke to the mother, who really didn't do anything, like you mentioned. I was furious! I went so far as to ask if it would be ok for my son to bite hers, and she got very indignant with me. I couldn't believe it. It's those kids who end up going crazy and killing people. If more parents actually parented their children the world would go back to being a nicer place.
@Anditazz, I agree! I taught a kid last year. Who was so violent, I had to watch him every second. Because he would snap at the randomest things and attack another child. I had to once pry him off a kid, because he was choking him. Choking! He had his hands around the kids throat and was squeezing as hard as he could and I had to use all my strength to pry him off. I sent a note home to his parents over that, and do you know what he got as punishment? No tv or dessert for the night. He choked a kid... and so he didnt get dessert. I didn't even know what to say to that. Know why he choked the kid? Because the boy had touched a puzzle piece he was playing with. And after I had pried him off and put him in the time out zone, which is all i'm allowed to really do for punishment, he just laughed. He thought it was the funniest thing
@BrittyBear, omg! I would have called the police, or had the school administrator call. If I was the victims parent, I'd be furious, and call the police myself, if nothing else than to start a history for the kid. I don't care if your child is special needs or "normal," if your child is violent and happy about it, they need to suffer true consequences of their actions, whether it's a visit to a police station, a swift butt whoopin from the parents or something else to get the point across.
@Anditazz, i agree. The kids i work with are 4 though. So the police wouldn't have gotten involved im sure
@BrittyBear, I'm sure if it happened enough and was reported each time, there would be some serious investigation into the household. At least I'd hope so!
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