Girl, 10, Forced to Wear Heinous Clothes as Bullying Punishment: Right or Wrong?

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A Utah woman is courting controversy by reprimanding 10-year-old for bullying - by giving her a taste of her own medicine, public humiliation style.

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    It was the perfect punishment. I think it was %100 right to do to her because it even said she "wasn't even sorry" so she totally deserved this.

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    She got what she had dished out. Perfect. Props to the step mom. What did the father think, I wonder.

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    This was a PERFECT way to teach that little girl that what she did was wrong. Punishing and beating kids do not work these days. As long as she learned her lesson then I say it was a great idea.

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    i had to skip the article because i was too busy looking for the "Heinous Clothes" the girl had on.

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    This was great it was better then being aggressive , or etc. this child learn other have feeling and watch what u say and do. Because every working class lives from check to check . A well do job. I can't stand a bad kid it is ugly of the partner to have kids that don't mind or etc.

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    There's nothing wrong with those dresses.I'd rather see a 10 year old girl wearing something like that then dressing like a little whooer!

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    @ joenamherst

    Wow dude. Are you serious? You're saying dressing conservatively is better than dressing like a "little whooer" (we are talking about 10-year olds here, let's remember), as you put it. This is exactly the rude and inappropriate attitude Kaylee had, and exactly the reason for her punishment.

    I find it odd that you agree with the parents method of punishment (as I do) and yet you LITERALLY missed the entire point of the punishment.

    Hilarious.

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    First of all the problem here is, this young girl is not the woman's daughter. Secondly, this is wrong. Very wrong.

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    @ critic

    ok so she should just let her keep bullying the other girl with no punishment cause that is what you are suggesting .she did not hit her.she showed her how it felt .pretty sure if it was your daughter the girl was bullying you would change your tune.

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    @ critic

    What is so wrong about it? She didn't whip or hit her for acting as ass so she gave her a taste of her own medicine which she needed. This generation doesn't learn except by example and experience. I think this was the best lesson this girl could have gotten and it doesn't matter that it's not her biological daughter. If her father trusted this woman to be around and help raise her, she is entitled to act accordingly within reason. The father didn't object so therefore, it must be okay. What would you have done differently then?

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    When the child who received the punishment actually THANKS you and says he / she learned a valuable lesson from it - then you know you did the right thing for sure.

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    @ Sunday

    Sorry Sunday, I meant to post this comment to critic and not you! Sorry.

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    @ Sunday

    What is so wrong about it? She didn't whip or hit her for acting as ass so she gave her a taste of her own medicine which she needed. This generation doesn't learn except by example and experience. I think this was the best lesson this girl could have gotten and it doesn't matter that it's not her biological daughter. If her father trusted this woman to be around and help raise her, she is entitled to act accordingly within reason. The father didn't object so therefore, it must be okay. What would you have done differently then?

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    hi hru mi dear frnd

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    Good job..
    that is the only
    way u learn ..
    or think twice
    off doing wrong




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