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    Posted: 31 Mar 2012 at 4:34am
This one is right out of the List of Advertising Offenses.... or if not, it should be.
 
Typical little brat who needs his little ass tanned, is portrayed as "cute & adorable" by some suckup commercial.
 
And they call people who lock their kids in closets "child abusers"... hmmmph!!!
 
This kid is the best argument for it I've seen, well.... since the last one I saw. 
 
 
 
 
Don't let a suitcase filled with cheese be your big fork & spoon.
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So much for the "time out".Ermm
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That boy needs a session in the woodshed.
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Originally posted by DirtyD79 DirtyD79 wrote:

That boy needs a session in the woodshed.


LOLLOLLOLLOL

This is something that irks me about parenting today. They put their bad kids on "time out" instead of giving them a good old fashioned ass whupping because that's clearly what this Leo needs. Why leave him alone to get into more mischief?
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This COULD be a 'Bad Parenting Public Service Announcement'.
Ouch...kid trashing the kitchen like that? friggin' brat is heading downhill faster than James Dean on Mulholland Drive, I tell ya!
Mom's probably stoned or drunk and passed out in the other room and/or maybe otherwise 'currently indisposed' and has no intention of hearing anything else other than her own "oooo...ohhhh", doncha know.
They need to show an 'extended version' of this commercial titled 'Little Leo learns to play with matches' 
Show the kid running like hell out the back door after having blown out the pilot light on the gas range and having turned all knobs on high after he's stuffed some petrol-soaked rags in an IKEA garbage can and tossed a lit match in it....
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Originally posted by Moochamoocha Moochamoocha wrote:

Originally posted by DirtyD79 DirtyD79 wrote:

That boy needs a session in the woodshed.


LOLLOLLOLLOL

This is something that irks me about parenting today. They put their bad kids on "time out" instead of giving them a good old fashioned ass whupping because that's clearly what this Leo needs. Why leave him alone to get into more mischief?
LOL True story, I honestly did not know paddles originally had a ball and a string on them until I was 10. I really thought they came straight out of the paddle factory ready for blisterin' backsides.
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^Did you ever 'get' the ones with holes in them? Aerodynamics ain't just for cars, y'know :P
(Actually, I only ever got a slap-on-the-hand or a spank-on-the-butt, no 'tools'. I was fairly well behaved, and the hand-slaps taught me early on not to touch things without permission, so I even got to go into antique stores :D)
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DirtyD, my mom was a paddle momma, too!  I hated paddleball!

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My mom was a "wooden spoon" mom.
 
 
Apparently, so were a lot of other moms.....  LOL
 
When we lived in Hawaii, she had access to these really horrible, evil switches that came off of some kind of native tropical tree. It may have been some kind of banana tree because the skin on them was exactly like banana peel. They were yellow, about 2 ft. long, had a hard knot on each end & were very flexible & rubbery. They'd just whistle as they cut thru the air when you'd swing them. Nasty things. You did NOT want to get whipped with one of those things!!!
 
We all did, however.
 
 
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The photo of that spoon made me {{{{{shudder}}}} Cry When the wooden one broke (or got hidden), the plastic one appeared, and THAT was worse! Pinch
 
Other implements of torture included: Soap in the mouth when I repeated a word I should never have learned in the first place; a spanking, just once. Can't recall any of the transgressions that led to these, however.
 
Seems like time-outs work if you're consistent, which Leo's mom sure isn't. Maybe he just needs to burn up some energy outside? Mom needs to stop playing Farmville and take him out for some catch.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

They need to show an 'extended version' of this commercial titled 'Little Leo learns to play with matches' 
Show the kid running like hell out the back door after having blown out the pilot light on the gas range and having turned all knobs on high after he's stuffed some petrol-soaked rags in an IKEA garbage can and tossed a lit match in it....
 
 "Show Leo's charred body being blown out of the bay window in a spray of glass shards and crashing through the sunroof of the neighbor's brand new Lexus (...)"
 
Fixed it for ya....  Big smile
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Wow, your parents used wooden spoons to beat you? I remember my parents and grandparents using any found object to beat Li'l Mooch and her siblings whenever we got out of line. They mainly used belts or {{{shudder}}} a wooden ruler.

Little Leo should thank his lucky stars he wasn't born into a Jamaican family, like I was.
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Originally posted by Christine Christine wrote:

The photo of that spoon made me {{{{{shudder}}}} Cry When the wooden one broke (or got hidden), the plastic one appeared, and THAT was worse! Pinch
 
Other implements of torture included: Soap in the mouth when I repeated a word I should never have learned in the first place; a spanking, just once. Can't recall any of the transgressions that led to these, however.
 
 
 
Yep.  Spanking, soap and "the spaghetti spoon".  My mother stopped using the spoon when she broke it on my brother, and they both ended up laughing.
 
 
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Originally posted by Moochamoocha Moochamoocha wrote:

Wow, your parents used wooden spoons to beat you? I remember my parents and grandparents using any found object to beat Li'l Mooch and her siblings whenever we got out of line. They mainly used belts or {{{shudder}}} a wooden ruler.

Little Leo should thank his lucky stars he wasn't born into a Jamaican family, like I was.
 
I wish I could find a picture of those yellow rubbery switches that used to fall off the tree in our back yard in Hawaii that my mom used to whip me with..... those things were a bitch!!!!!
 
They were like whips with knots on the end.
 
 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:


Mom's probably stoned or drunk and passed out in the other room and/or maybe otherwise 'currently indisposed' and has no intention of hearing anything else other than her own "oooo...ohhhh", doncha know.
No chit. Mom doesn't hear all that clanking around in the kitchen? What if lil Leo found the drawer with all the sharp kitchen utensils.
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There was some 20/20 or Dateline report last night about parents being afraid that their pre-teen schizo kids would murder them in their sleep. (One mom even locked her door at night, but the kid learned how to pick the lock.)  So that 'bump in the night' might be...  Leo!  LOL
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

My mom was a "wooden spoon" mom.
 
 
 

My grandmother used one of those on me in church when I was about 2. Learned a lesson that day!

My theory is that time out = more time for the child to get into trouble, or reformat their plans. Not very effective for the parents. At all.
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My theory is that time out = more time for the child to get into trouble, or reformat their plans. Not very effective for the parents. At all.
 
Same thing with parents who try to reason with their young kids.  Just teaches the kids to "reason" right back.
 
 
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Originally posted by MrTim MrTim wrote:

There was some 20/20 or Dateline report last night about parents being afraid that their pre-teen schizo kids would murder them in their sleep. (One mom even locked her door at night, but the kid learned how to pick the lock.)  So that 'bump in the night' might be...  Leo!  LOL
 
Leo.... entering mom's bedroom at 3 am, with the IKEA "multi-purpose" kitchen untensil....
 
 
"Time out, eh mommy? I'll show you what 'time out' means, BITCH!!!!"
 
Note: The scars all over his face are from running into the sharp metal corners of those IKEA drawers & cabinet doors.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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"Mmmmmm.... daddy's flesh tastes EXTRA GOOD after being cooked in our new IKEA forced air convection oven!!!! The forced air really seals in the juices!!!!" Tongue
 
 
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Doesn't "Mommy Dearest"  hear all that clattering and banging going on? Plus, if I ever saw Little Leo kicking the cabinet drawers closed, Little Leo's ass would be stinging worse than if he got stung by a hive of hornets.
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The problem is...there ARE women out there who find this sh*t cute because their own kids are little hell raisers and they don't seem to see an issue with it.
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Little Leo's backside needs a date with a leather belt.


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Originally posted by insanity213 insanity213 wrote:

Little Leo's backside needs a date with a leather belt.




My ex had a name for his belt - Brownie.  He'd ask the kids if they wanted some.  Not that he beat the crap outta them or anything; usually the threat of it calmed the situation down.

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