Added: Sameera Fritsche - Date: 07.04.2022 05:24 - Views: 36883 - Clicks: 5234
We all can remember our childhoods; they were days filled with joy, laughter, wonder, ignorance and streaming tears of pain. For many of us, our memories of growing up are clouded by flashbacks of the beatings we received from Mom and Pop. My older brother Zack and I lay claim to having had it so much worse than my two younger sisters. They were two idealistic parents with the motivation to change the world and the energy to do it through physical force against their .
It's true, Mom and Dad were filled with a passion back then that I haven't had the pleasure of witnessing since. A slight hesitation in saying "Yes, ma'am," resulted in, "Zack, take off your belt, so I can spank your sister. The worst part was when they gave us the responsibility of selecting the weapon of choice. I remember mine clearly, though I can't remember what I'd done to get it -- but one could make the assumption that it had something to do with my smart mouth.
Mom was pretty angry, to say the least. In fact, she was so angry she couldn't wait another minute. She didn't want to waste any time going to find a branch or running upstairs to get one of my dad's belts. She turned to my brother and took off his Knight Rider belt, which just so happened to be thin with a metal Knight Rider clasp.
For about three days I had the Knight Rider emblem on my butt. It almost was a source of satisfaction. My two baby sisters avoided the worst of it, though it's arguable that one of them deserved it more than all of us.
By the time Mom and Dad got to them, they were exhausted. No longer did they want to save the world through their kids; they just wanted to survive.
But spankings don't come so innocently, now. That's because people claim spanking is too violent of a means to punish children.
Now parents everywhere have to consider a higher being: the government. A woman slaps her child in a grocery store and she's taken to jail. I'm fully aware that sometimes people do cross lines of disciplining and abuse and that these laws need to be in place for them. But as for my family and me, these laws are without use. My parents aren't angry people who took their hostility out on us.
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