The Shotgun Blog
Friday, December 07, 2007
The most important lesson...
Any parent can ever impress upon their wayward child... ACTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES .
"Parents don't often tell their children what they can expect to get for Christmas, but thanks to some creative parenting, one Toronto-area teen knows exactly what he won't be getting."
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Barbie, eh? LOL!
This is a GREAT parent! Would that there were more of his kind in Canuckistan.
Posted by: obc | 2007-12-07 1:44:45 PM
I took my 16 year old son's cell phone for a couple of months. He was having girlfriend issues that affected his school work. It did him a world of good. He learned how to plan ahead, and arrange details a lot better. He eventually thanked me for it. He has it back now but still has the lowest phone bill in the family.
Posted by: dp | 2007-12-07 1:56:53 PM
Isn't that child abuse in among white Toronto people?
Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2007-12-07 6:06:29 PM
Raising children is not an easy occupation. Teenage years are most dangerous. God bless parents.
Posted by: dewp | 2007-12-07 6:11:44 PM
The joke will be on the dad, if his son learns to love the Barbie game, plays it obsessively, and eventually turns to homosexuality on account of it.
Am I being "tongue in cheek here"? Yes, I am.
Parenting is a fractal art. Good luck to any fellow parents of teen-agers out there.
Posted by: Harph | 2007-12-07 8:28:50 PM
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