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Also by SkylarOctavious+28When a teacher talks to much about her kids: "Geez I wish this bitch would shut up, we don't care," but then when she yells Pop Quiz you suddenly want her to keep talking about little Billy and Sarah as a distraction, amirite?
Also about pain, emotional, and physical+43If emotional scars showed the way physical scars do, people would probably take each other's personal pain and struggles more seriously, amirite?
Also by SkylarOctavious+27If you went into the past and visited a 17 yo Lil Wayne and told him what he would be like in year 2011 he probably wouldn't believe you, amirite?
Also about physical pain+85Just because kids are defiant by nature doesn't mean it's impossible to teach them right from wrong without inflicting physical pain. If it is, it would consequently follow that those who hadn't would have no morals whatsoever, which obviously is not the case, leaving 1 important question: In choosing between teaching your child right from wrong by physical pain and teaching them without, who in their right mind would ever choose the former and hit a small, defenseless child? amirite?
Also about pain, emotional, and physical+84Smacking is necessary, if a child runs into the street, you would not wait for them to be ran over by a truck and say "you deserved it" to their lifeless body. You would intervene and discipline them in a tangible way. In essence, you give the child a little bit of physical or emotional pain now to avoid a lot of pain later. amirite?
Also about physical pain+271They say that insults hurt more than physical pain. You will, however, discover that they are greatly mistaken, when I impale your skull with this fish fork, amirite?