How To Humiliate Your Kid, Around the World
If you can’t read it, the sign on the picture says “I will not throw snowballs at cars. I’m sorry!” But I like this one better (equally hard to read, because of the
ridiculously limited space they allow to insert pictures pulled off the internet with little or no attribution important accompanying advertisements that allow you to read quality blogs for free. Anyway, I’ll write it all out again, below the pic.
“Since I want to post photos of me holding liquor, I am obviously not ready for social media and will be taking a hiatus until I learn what I should & should not post! BYE-BYE :( ”
Judges have used this method for years: telling shoplifters to stand in front of the stores, from which they stole. Parents add the embarrassment factor. My favorite of all comes from Facebook:
“Hi, this is XXXX’s mom. I want to let all of you know that he is no longer allowed on facebook due to the choices he made today. He posted on facebook personal information about someone, that regardless if it was true or not, it was rude. Because he chose to try and make her mad by spreading personal information, I thought he should know how it feels when the tables are turned. He wet the bed until he was 8.”
Don’t mess with the people who can decide your fate.