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K and N TTC since Nov 2012; 2 kids; Denver City, Texas 1890 posts
12th Apr '13
Quoting Bear's mama ♥:" Hahahaha. I met my twin brothers when I was 13... since we didn't have a childhood together, every time I see them now, they kick my ass -___-"

LOL. My little brother is in the military now, and i remember when he was straight out of boot camp, as soon as I saw him we started fighting, and I had to kick his ass, just to show him that i still can. LOL..
It was freakin SERIOUS when we were teenagers though. When I was 15 and he was 14... OMG.. I remember my mom came home and was yelling at him that he was killing me, cause my face was turning blue from him choking me out, then she saw knives all over the floor, cause I was throwing them at him from the kitchen.. lol. it was bad.

Bear's mama ♥ 1 child; Colorado 724 posts
13th Apr '13
Quoting kacti:" LOL. My little brother is in the military now, and i remember when he was straight out of boot camp, ... [snip!] ... choking me out, then she saw knives all over the floor, cause I was throwing them at him from the kitchen.. lol. it was bad."


OMG! lol!!!



I've thrown knives at my sister. Glass objects.... :oops:
I even threw a glass lotion bottle at her face, it missed, and went right through a bedroom door. Hahahah. We've both kicked in each other's bedroom doors..



And oooo, my brother is going to boot camp here soon. :)

* Rob's Living Dead Girl Due February 15; Royersford, Pennsylvania 2992 posts
13th Apr '13

Honestly, everybody in this day in age is going to learn the reality of the saying, "What goes around comes around". It sounds like this was Jared's time. I think his mom needs to relax and acknowledge that her son actually learned an important lesson in life, however unfair the demonstration would be.

. Way, MA, United States 73797 posts
13th Apr '13
Quoting kacti:" Question: Do you think that kids should be allowed to duke it out amongst themselves? Here's the story:: ... [snip!] ... on this? Do you think kids should be allowed to fight, or should an adult always step in and handle the situation for them?"

No, I don't. I don't think parents should send the message that fighting physically is okay. (Self defense is obviously an exception though). I think parents should be able to help kids figure out how to get along. And letting them duke it out themselves is basically saying they don't know how to.