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2013-04-13 10:52:12 AM  
Good God! A normal parent would take their child and run the other way!
 
2013-04-13 11:08:39 AM  
The only way to stop a bad person who bites is a good person who bites.
 
2013-04-13 12:14:32 PM  

Aarontology: The only way to stop a bad person who bites is a good person who bites.


THIS. I for one am not going to stand idly by while the gubmint conspires to craft legislation designed to cap the number of teeth I can use to bite someone, and my right to transfer my teeth to my brother or sister if I choose to do so, without having a lot of paperwork or registering mah teeth with the gubmint or U.N.!!!
 
2013-04-13 12:36:55 PM  
As a toddler my daughter was almost kicked out of daycare for being a biter.  She'd bite hard, too - leaving marks, breaking the skin - other kids, adults, the family cat.  She thought the reactions she got were hilarious.  Finally one day she chomped her dad's arm and he bit her back, and her velociraptor days promptly ceased.  I'm not saying I recommend it; just that it was effective.
 
2013-04-13 01:06:56 PM  
Not sure why, but the picture is no longer on that. Here's another one, with a pic that hopefully stays:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2308116/Daycare-worker-56-bi t- 5-year-old-boy-arm-order-teach-lesson.html
 
2013-04-13 01:46:31 PM  

Speaker2Animals: Not sure why, but the picture is no longer on that. Here's another one, with a pic that hopefully stays:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2308116/Daycare-worker-56-bi t- 5-year-old-boy-arm-order-teach-lesson.html


They must have changed the picture, there's some farked up looking dude there now.
 
2013-04-13 01:49:51 PM  
SHE?
 
2013-04-13 02:39:17 PM  
That woman has the beginnings of a fine mustache.
 
2013-04-13 03:20:24 PM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: SHE?


My sentiments exactly, but I was going to embolden the font to exemplify my reaction.
 
2013-04-13 03:58:20 PM  

SundaesChild: As a toddler my daughter was almost kicked out of daycare for being a biter.  She'd bite hard, too - leaving marks, breaking the skin - other kids, adults, the family cat.  She thought the reactions she got were hilarious.  Finally one day she chomped her dad's arm and he bit her back, and her velociraptor days promptly ceased.  I'm not saying I recommend it; just that it was effective.


Lesson of the day - marry someone who doesn't taste very good.
 
2013-04-13 03:59:05 PM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: SHE?


I also had to read the article to figure out the gender of the alleged child chomper.
 
2013-04-13 04:01:06 PM  

Aarontology: The only way to stop a bad person who bites is a good person who bites.


Kudos! We have a new meme!
 
2013-04-13 04:02:17 PM  
And the majority of the comments in the article think this was a good thing....
 
2013-04-13 04:02:20 PM  

SundaesChild: As a toddler my daughter was almost kicked out of daycare for being a biter.  She'd bite hard, too - leaving marks, breaking the skin - other kids, adults, the family cat.  She thought the reactions she got were hilarious.  Finally one day she chomped her dad's arm and he bit her back, and her velociraptor days promptly ceased.  I'm not saying I recommend it; just that it was effective.


She He mocks at scars, who never felt a wound.
 
2013-04-13 04:03:59 PM  
That a man, baby!
 
2013-04-13 04:06:06 PM  
I take my kids to the most heinous daycare possible so they're really happy to see me at pick up time.
 
2013-04-13 04:07:19 PM  
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TFA: An Ohio daycare worker was arrested this week after she allegedly bit a boy in her care in order to teach him a lesson.

Does. Not. Compute.
 
2013-04-13 04:08:22 PM  
They may want to get their kid tested for rabies.
 
2013-04-13 04:08:58 PM  
I thought that's how you taught kids not to bite... it stops that real fast when they realize it hurts people. I've heard of it being used successfully quite a few times.
 
2013-04-13 04:09:15 PM  
My son was 2 when his mother and I split up.  He started acting up in daycare, including biting.  Daycare lady fed him a drop of Tabasco.  Mom was OK with this, according to son. I found out when son pointed to a Tabasco bottle at a restaurant and said, "Gayeanne put that in my mouth!" I made sure she got a reprimand letter in her licensing file, explained what I'd done to son,and assured him he could talk to me about anything similar.  I was more disturbed when she said the idea came from a pediatrician.  Son moved to a new daycare shortly thereafter.
 
2013-04-13 04:10:35 PM  

m3000: I thought that's how you taught kids not to bite... it stops that real fast when they realize it hurts people. I've heard of it being used successfully quite a few times.


It's one thing to bite your own kid - not that I agree - and a totally different thing to bite someone else's kid.
 
2013-04-13 04:10:50 PM  
I went to high school with a guy that looked like her.
 
2013-04-13 04:11:29 PM  

BarkingUnicorn: My son was 2 when his mother and I split up.  He started acting up in daycare, including biting.  Daycare lady fed him a drop of Tabasco.  Mom was OK with this, according to son. I found out when son pointed to a Tabasco bottle at a restaurant and said, "Gayeanne put that in my mouth!" I made sure she got a reprimand letter in her licensing file, explained what I'd done to son,and assured him he could talk to me about anything similar.  I was more disturbed when she said the idea came from a pediatrician.  Son moved to a new daycare shortly thereafter.


You are an idiot.
 
2013-04-13 04:12:38 PM  

SundaesChild: As a toddler my daughter was almost kicked out of daycare for being a biter.  She'd bite hard, too - leaving marks, breaking the skin - other kids, adults, the family cat.  She thought the reactions she got were hilarious.  Finally one day she chomped her dad's arm and he bit her back, and her velociraptor days promptly ceased.  I'm not saying I recommend it; just that it was effective.


It's called parenting 101.  My toddler son started hitting and slapping, I slapped the back of his hand hard enough to turn it red for a few minutes, his hitting is down 90%.  Don't abuse your kids, but being stern is needed from time to time.
 
2013-04-13 04:13:50 PM  

LeilaK: That woman has the beginnings of a fine mustache.


So I noticed. To be honest, I had to glance at the article to be sure it was a woman and not Professor Snapes' ugly Muggle cousin. This teaches  us that there is a lot less difference between the sexes than we think. There's a fair bit of overlap between the sexes.

I'm a liberal but I can't entirely find fault with the man-woman-thing. If the child thinks they are being clever and are having fun, a taste of their own medicine may be the only way to get through to them. In other words, liberal child-rearing methods (generally love and reason-based) may work on liberal children, but if you are dealing with a conservative (generally fear-based) you may have to employ conservative child-rearing methods.

Bite or be bitten, that's the law of traditional child-care.

WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE (gym)!

I've got music that goes with that reference.
 
2013-04-13 04:14:30 PM  
It's Pat!
 
2013-04-13 04:14:34 PM  
There are two things you must do as a parent: Teach your kids, and train your kids. The two are NOT interchange.  You teachintellectual behavior, but you train them how to behave.
 
2013-04-13 04:17:04 PM  

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TFA: An Ohio daycare worker was arrested this week after she allegedly bit a boy in her care in order to teach him a lesson.


Would she be considered, 'Ohio-Hot'?
 
2013-04-13 04:17:55 PM  

The Pope of Manwich Village: I take my kids to the most heinous daycare possible so they're really happy to see me at pick up time.


+2
 
2013-04-13 04:18:29 PM  

Three Crooked Squirrels: It's Pat!


One of the videos I saw in physics class had a Pat like that.
 
2013-04-13 04:20:07 PM  
When this:
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does a lot of hookers cheeseburgers and blow, it turns into this:

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2013-04-13 04:21:18 PM  

BarkingUnicorn: My son was 2 when his mother and I split up.  He started acting up in daycare, including biting.  Daycare lady fed him a drop of Tabasco.  Mom was OK with this, according to son. I found out when son pointed to a Tabasco bottle at a restaurant and said, "Gayeanne put that in my mouth!" I made sure she got a reprimand letter in her licensing file, explained what I'd done to son,and assured him he could talk to me about anything similar.  I was more disturbed when she said the idea came from a pediatrician.  Son moved to a new daycare shortly thereafter.


Well, spill it.  What did you do to your kid?
 
2013-04-13 04:22:17 PM  
That's the look of "My poonanny is so farking hairy and caked with yellow crude and shiat."
 
2013-04-13 04:25:52 PM  

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www.adtothebone.com

 
2013-04-13 04:28:32 PM  

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She needs Gillette Beard Buster.
 
2013-04-13 04:28:36 PM  

m3000: I thought that's how you taught kids not to bite... it stops that real fast when they realize it hurts people. I've heard of it being used successfully quite a few times.


I saw my mother do that to my sister. My sister had been biting me and I'd just yell at her. Then she got the bright idea to bite my mother.  Straightened her right out.

Five year old that bites people. They should arrest the parents too.
 
2013-04-13 04:28:43 PM  

AngryTeacher: m3000: I thought that's how you taught kids not to bite... it stops that real fast when they realize it hurts people. I've heard of it being used successfully quite a few times.

It's one thing to bite your own kid - not that I agree - and a totally different thing to bite someone else's kid.


Your own kids taste better.
 
2013-04-13 04:30:02 PM  

Danger Avoid Death: AngryTeacher: m3000: I thought that's how you taught kids not to bite... it stops that real fast when they realize it hurts people. I've heard of it being used successfully quite a few times.

It's one thing to bite your own kid - not that I agree - and a totally different thing to bite someone else's kid.

Your own kids taste better.


What if you can't stop?
 
2013-04-13 04:31:35 PM  

Aarontology: The only way to stop a bad person who bites is a good person who bites.


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When they outlaw biting, only outlaws will bite!
 
2013-04-13 04:34:33 PM  

m3000: I thought that's how you taught kids not to bite... it stops that real fast when they realize it hurts people. I've heard of it being used successfully quite a few times.


There's got to be a better way to teach kids not to bite.

And, how do you teach kids not to sexually assault other kids?
 
2013-04-13 04:34:50 PM  
Had to legit read to the fifth paragraph to ascertain the gender. What the hell is wrong with people? You never put your hands (or anything else for that matter) on another person's child. It's a gray area on whether you even scold another person's child. It's acceptable in a day care or a school, but never out in public. People go nuts over their kids, and rightfully so. It doesn't matter if the kid is an evil hellspawn or not. Just call the parents and kick the little bastard out of day care. My cousin had a problem child that was kicked out of day care. He did a lot of nutty stuff, but what got him kicked out was another kid held a seashell up to his ear. He took the seashell and smashed the kid in the head with it. At least he grew out of that. For the most part.
 
2013-04-13 04:35:19 PM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: SHE?


Seriously, SHE?
 
2013-04-13 04:36:41 PM  
Some years back my neighbor's little boy would run up to you and bite you on your leg.  One day I dusted my pants really good with some cayenne pepper and walked on over.  Sure enough that kid ran up and sunk his teeth into my right thigh.  It was the last time he ever came around me.
 
2013-04-13 04:37:01 PM  

m3000: I thought that's how you taught kids not to bite... it stops that real fast when they realize it hurts people. I've heard of it being used successfully quite a few times.


No doubt it is effective, at least in some situations (some kids would probably take it as a demonstration that biting is OK - not all, obviously, but some).  But there are also possible medical ramifications that have to be considered.  When my brother was in grade school, he was playing football with some friends and ended up accidentally smacking one of them in the mouth.  The other kid had braces, and they broke the skin on my brother's wrist.  Didn't look like anything major, just a small cut, but my brother got blood poisoning from it and had to go to the hospital for treatment.

There are all kinds of bacteria living in your mouth that should not end up in the bloodstream.  Biting is a great way to introduce said bacteria to the bloodstream.
 
2013-04-13 04:37:11 PM  

Danger Avoid Death: AngryTeacher: m3000: I thought that's how you taught kids not to bite... it stops that real fast when they realize it hurts people. I've heard of it being used successfully quite a few times.

It's one thing to bite your own kid - not that I agree - and a totally different thing to bite someone else's kid.

Your own kids taste better.


That'll learn 'em.
 
2013-04-13 04:37:30 PM  

Yogimus: BarkingUnicorn: My son was 2 when his mother and I split up.  He started acting up in daycare, including biting.  Daycare lady fed him a drop of Tabasco.  Mom was OK with this, according to son. I found out when son pointed to a Tabasco bottle at a restaurant and said, "Gayeanne put that in my mouth!" I made sure she got a reprimand letter in her licensing file, explained what I'd done to son,and assured him he could talk to me about anything similar.  I was more disturbed when she said the idea came from a pediatrician.  Son moved to a new daycare shortly thereafter.

You are an idiot.


No.  I didn't promise him I'd avenge any wrong he felt was done to him, nor did I try.  Plenty of times, I explained why he deserved exactly what he got.  This process protected him and taught him personal responsibility.
 
2013-04-13 04:38:38 PM  

Barnacles!: Aarontology: The only way to stop a bad person who bites is a good person who bites.

THIS. I for one am not going to stand idly by while the gubmint conspires to craft legislation designed to cap the number of teeth I can use to bite someone, and my right to transfer my teeth to my brother or sister if I choose to do so, without having a lot of paperwork or registering mah teeth with the gubmint or U.N.!!!


They can have my teeth when they pry them from my cold, dead mouth!
 
2013-04-13 04:38:55 PM  
Well, what do you expect when you leave your kid with Ozzie Osbourne.
 
2013-04-13 04:40:30 PM  
brantgoose:  In other words, liberal child-rearing methods (generally love and reason-based) may work on liberal children, but if you are dealing with a conservative (generally fear-based) you may have to employ conservative child-rearing methods.

Look, enabling your kids is not reason or love. It's ignorance. I don't punish my kids out of frustration or fear, it's because I love them enough to want them to learn and grow. Punishment rarely includes a spanking, but spanking is an option because of love.

I don't care if they cry now due to a spanking because the world won't care and won't give them a hug later when my children face real pain, devoid of love. If they don't learn now, the world is a much harder teacher. The point is not to make them fear me, but to understand the little failures that lead to punishment & why they must respect the rules.

If I didn't love them, I'd just coddle them & let them run wild like little savages. There is no bon sauvage in reality. That concept is a total mistake & misunderstanding of the Other. There is order & reason on the one side, and there is chaos & savagery on the other.

/I also rather doubt that the mythical bon sauvage let their children run around like little assholes & didn't believe in a good spanking now and again
 
2013-04-13 04:40:36 PM  
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We will deal with Mr. Potter's biting problem.
 
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