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    ...so do I get to go around choking the fools that piss me off?....morgues are gonna be full of fools with broken necks.....
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    Whenever someone says something negative about your appearance, you have the green light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy2.0 View Post
    Whenever someone says something negative about your appearance, you have the green light.

    ...better start building more morgues....I've never had anyone say anything positive about my appearance....well....okay....my brothers tell me that I'm positively hideous.....
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    She choked him in public? Should have choked him in private.

    But really, his comments were disgusting and the little shit needs serious reprimanding. The mother shouldn't have physically assaulted the boy, but without seeing the footage I do wonder if 'choke' is too strong a word for what she actually did. Maybe she did choke him, maybe she didn't, I don't know. I can understand her reaction even though she should have controlled it.
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    she's an adult if she was that pissed she should have talked with his mother or hired a 14yr old to whip his ass really simple thing to do
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuriCruise View Post
    She choked him in public? Should have choked him in private.

    But really, his comments were disgusting and the little shit needs serious reprimanding. The mother shouldn't have physically assaulted the boy, but without seeing the footage I do wonder if 'choke' is too strong a word for what she actually did. Maybe she did choke him, maybe she didn't, I don't know. I can understand her reaction even though she should have controlled it.
    Well she left marks on his neck, so..

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    There are better ways of ruining someone's life than choking them. Woman is a noob.
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    But the boy's mother, Keysha Tipton, a single mother who once taught classes on anger management and parenting, said there was no excuse.

    'I'm pretty disgusted by it,' she said. 'A grown woman attacking a 14-year-old is just inexcusable to me. As an adult you know better.'

    She added: 'By all means, if my son needs to apologise for what he said, he will be apologising.
    This clueless moron taught parenting classes? No, seriously? Great job, lady, your son is a vile little prick. And "If he needs to apologise". No, seriously, "if"!!? Of course he needs to apologise. Getting choked doesn't excuse what he did.

    And great job there, girl's mother. It's not like your daughter won't be bullied twice as badly now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    When I was in high school a boy wrote on the school wall 'I want to tie WCG up and rape her'.

    My younger brother found out, and beat the crap out of the boy after school. I didn't care if it was right or wrong for my brother to have done so, the incident had upset me so much at 15, and it was satisfying watching that kid get it from my 14 year old brother.

    I haven't thought about that in ages.
    Some little bastard I was in 7th or 8th grade announced to my class that "Mel is like a doorknob: everyone has a turn with her"... I told my mom, my mom told my brother, brother had a nice "talk" with the bastard, bastard was such a pussy he denied saying it...

    Quote Originally Posted by CornFlakegrl View Post
    First let me say I do not condone violence. I think the choking mother should know better. Bad example, facebook is the debbil, teenage boys are stupid, etc, etc.


    Having said all that, I'm not sorry she did it. I feel zero sympathy for the boy. He didn't get seriously hurt but I bet he was scared off his little ass for a few minutes.
    Quote Originally Posted by yanna View Post
    This clueless moron taught parenting classes? No, seriously? Great job, lady, your son is a vile little prick. And "If he needs to apologise". No, seriously, "if"!!? Of course he needs to apologise. Getting choked doesn't excuse what he did.

    And great job there, girl's mother. It's not like your daughter won't be bullied twice as badly now.
    As a mother, if my son put some shit like this on facebook, he would apoligize, lose his facebook priveleges and be severely punished...
    On the other hand, as a mother, if some woman chokes my motherfucking 14 year old, I'm going to beat that bitches ass! She wouldn't have had to worry about the police AT ALL. My kid would've called me and I WOULD have handled that shit .. AT THE MALL!
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    I can just see you trolling the mall for a slut to kick
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    Well, I would buy a new purse when I was done!
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    As a mother of a daughter, if some 14 y/o punk ass boy humiliated my kid using the word "rape" in any context at all, I'd be seeing red.

    I wouldn't touch him because I'm a law abiding citiizen *adjusts pearls* but I do understand the impulse.

    I'm seriously curious though, and lord I'm not looking for shit, but if the facebook victim had been a gay boy and the taunts had been homophobic quasi violent threats, I wonder what the reactions would be.

    Hell, a grown man popped a ten year old in the mouth at a movie theater and many nodded with approval. (And I do get that nodding with approval on the internet does not mean anyone would actually do it, much like my understanding why this woman lost her shit doesn't mean I'd do it).
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    Oh I understand it like I said I'd want to but you don't as a general rule you don't smack minors unless you want to go to jail. I know quite a few 14yr olds I'd loveeeee to bitchslap but as a grown ass person I just don't do it. The 10yr old I didn't agree with either smack the mother or hell go tell the damn movie people and have the kid thrown out, it's not difficult
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    I think we can all understand the mother's reaction, but that don't make it right. And YES, I realize noone has said it does, mkay? My mind (in situations like this) always goes to the parents. A kid bit my kid at daycare - I wanted to kick the mom's ass for not teaching her child better. A kid steals my kid's iphone, I want to kick the parent's ass for not teaching them better. I don't immediately think "boy, I'd really like to carry my 38 year old ass down to the mall and choke that motherfucker"... that comes later and then, I do NOT act on that.
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