Err-umm, I know most parents stop whooping their kids when they get old enough to comprehend but real talk? Some of these hard headed mo-fo's need to be beat all the way up until they turn 21 years-old. And preferably with a large, thick, you-gonna-remember-this-one-right-here leather belt like the one my Dad used on my lil' ass back in the day... Uh-huh, yeah, I said it.
'Cause if more teenagers understood that they could still catch a bad one from their parents, we damn sure wouldn't have bored children enlisting to become assassins in Mexican drug cartels, playing themselves out in ridiculous reality shows like NYC Prep or walking into tattoo parlors talking about, "hi. I want you to tat up my body to the point where the only place I'll ever be able to work is a circus."
Because in what can only be attributed to a lack of fear of the parental beat down, 18 year-old Kimberley Vlaeminck decided to have 56 freaking stars etched into the side of her FACE. And to no one's surprise but her own, her father completely lost his shit when that fast ass got home.
So naturally, like all immature, adolescents under pressure Ms. Kimberley went straight into denial mode.
Don't you know, this silly child had the nerve to insist that she'd "only asked for three stars, feel asleep in the chair and woke up with a galaxy on her face." You ONLY asked for three stars on your FACE??? Feel free to insert the blank stare with 2 blinks.
But wait on it... Her parents actually believed that bullshit!
I mean to say, not only did they believe it but they proceeded to hire a lawyer and press charges against the tattoo artist/ parlour. As if any sober person in their right mind could sleep through 56 stars being inked on his/her face... I. can't.
Needless to say, not even a week later homegirl got caught on a hidden camera admitting that she knew all along what the tattoo artist was going to do. So she's had to issue an apology, retract her statement, lost the almost $18,000 her parents put into making the claim/ hiring a lawyer, et al.
So ummm, I'm just going to go out on a limb and say, this right here. This is what happens when "time outs" go horribly wrong. No offense