Yep! You read that right! Here’s part of the story from WPXI:
…in a kindergarten through eighth-grade school in Pittsburgh, a mother snuck into the school Wednesday and instigated a fist fight among students.
…she actually snuck into the school through a back door with the help of her eighth-grade son… then proceeded to go to an upstairs portion of the school where her son began punching a classmate while being encouraged by the woman.
WHUT??? Whut, whut, whut, whut, whut, whuuuuuut in theeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee hell is wrong with people??
But then again, how many parents just want their kids to be “happy?”
Any chance we can blame this on music like they did in the 1960’s? As a more current example:
You turn on the Good Morning America Friday Morning Concert Series and you see moms, dads and families bouncing their heads, dancing and singing along with that week’s Concert Series performer. Everyone’s having a GREAT time clapping and singing EVERY WORD – all in good fun, right? But wait!! The performer is Katie Perry and she’s singing, “I kissed a girl and I think I liked it!”
Right then there’s a close up of a dad smiling like crazy standing behind his twin daughters that are holding their home-painted sign that says, “Celebrating our Sweet 18 Birthday with Matt and Al.” And the girls GLEEFULLY sing as the chorus comes around again, “I kissed a girl and I liked it.” Uhhh, as long as the kiddies are happy, WHO CARES WHAT THEY’RE SINGING, right?
And how many parents do you think will be getting their daughters a swinging Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball to hang in the middle of their room so that they can be the next YouTube star??
Naaaaaah! Blame it on the fact that you have to have a license to do just about ANYTHING other than become a parent!
Hey MMA Momma, not sure where this ALLEGED incident is going to lead but thanks for teaching your kid patience, humility and how to produce an MMA fighting event for cable! Our thoughts, get a cheesy lawyer and say that the other boy was driving in the parking lot of Ross Park Mall last weekend, during the crazy Christmas shopping, and stole the very last parking spot in the lot DESPITE the fact that you had been sitting there with your turn signal on waiting for the person to put their packages away, settle in, start their car, check their wallet for all of the day’s receipts and put their make-up on pull out for nearly 15 minutes before they pulled out. No judge would convict you for a temper!
Wait.. don’t do that. You’ll continue to embarrass the rest of us Pittsburghers even more.
All that I know is, after reading this story, once again, I called my parents (because they don’t know how to text) and thanked them for beating my ever-loving ARSE occasionally with a paddle, Ya Jagoff!