We all heard about school bullies, and we always wondered if they were being punished for their bad behavior or they just get away with it because they’re kids? Hurting someone intentionally is never okay, and one dad made sure that his 10-year-old daughter would never ever do it again.
Matt Cox, from Ohio, showed no mercy to his daughter Kristen after learning that she bullied another child. While most parents would just apologize to the young student, their parents, and school officials, promising that it would never happen again, the dad took things to a whole new level.
Instead of just grounding Kristen or taking her gadgets, Matt made her walk five miles to school as a punishment. He then took a video of the young girl as he drove slowly alongside her.
“This lovely lady is my 10-year-old daughter who has, for the second time this year, been kicked off the school bus due to bullying another student. Let me make this extremely clear, bullying is unacceptable, especially in my house.
A lot of children today feel that the things their parents do for them is a right and not a privilege, such as parents taking their children to school in the morning or even bus rides to school in the morning.”
Matt believes that parents should hold their kids accountable for their actions. He stated that most parents are not taking the issue of bullying as seriously as they should. Matt said he didn’t want to be like that.
“All of that is a privilege and should be treated as such, so today my beautiful daughter is going to walk five miles to school in 36 (Fahrenheit) degree weather. I know a lot of you parents are not going to agree with this and that’s alright.
I am doing what I think is right to teach my daughter a lesson to stop her from bullying.”
The firm dad explained that Kristen didn’t walk five miles in one day. She finished it for three days.
As it turns out, Kristen also experienced being bullied by bigger kids. She shared that her dad’s punishment makes her learn her lesson.
Watch the video here:
Saying ‘He’ Or ‘She’ Could Soon Be Illegal In Australia
You’ll need to be careful with pronouns on your next visit Down Under.
You might need to be careful about using pronouns on your next visit to Australia. It could soon be illegal to say 'he' or 'she' in the country, thanks to the controversial new transgender rights reforms.
The Labor and Green opposition in Tasmania has put forward a new bill where it would be against the law for people to refuse to name others by their preferred pronoun. In addition to that, the new laws will allow parents to decide whether their child's gender is recorded on their birth certificate. People who are 16 years old and older will also be allowed to legally change their gender.
The new bill will allow people as young as 16 to change their gender.
Luxembourg Set To Become the First Country To Offer Free Transport
Should public transport be free everywhere?
People all around the world use public transport for so many reasons: school, work, activities, etc. But while they are very useful, they do take a huge chunk from your budget if you use them in your daily routine.
But Luxembourg is putting an end to this worry as it is going to become the first country with free public transport free. Despite its tiny population of 110,000 people, some 400,000, including those from the bordering countries of France, Belgium, and Germany commute to the capital city for work.
17 Creative People Who Can Find Ways To Solve Any Problem
#12 is plain genius.
It’s quite easy to give up when things don’t go your way. Sometimes you’re just too busy and have no time to deal even with the slightest problem.
Thankfully, humans are born with sharp ingenuity, making things a little better during troubled days. Here are 17 creative people who can find ways to solve any problem.
1. Tired of bringing home cold pizza? This should keep it warm.