Well I am not sure what I would do. I know she would be knee deep in shit without a shovel.
I never would have told my mom that, I would have gotten slapped across the face then and there.
Probably this, then shock!
Quoting ..A5HL3Y..:Smack her across the fucking mouth.
My mom slapped me once. I never cussed again...as an adult I still don't cuss around my mom. Lol
Listen, I don't spank my kids or anything, but if when my daughter is 12, or my son, and they ever said anything like that to me or DH, I think I would be the one to step forward and smack them in the mouth. That is completely unacceptable.
Slap her in the mouth, ground her/take away privileges as well. There is no way at that age I would have ever disrespected either of my parents that way. I can't even imagine what would have happened if I had. Honestly I still wouldn't talk to my mother that way. If she is only 12 I can only imagine what the actual teenage years will be like for them. But I'm guessing if this is something you saw it probably isn't the first time it's happened nor is it the worst of it. If a kid is acting out that bad where others can see, chances are she's a lot worse at home and obviously her parents aren't doing a great job on putting the brakes on it.
I would say... fuck your bedroom door, your accessories, your electronics, and anything else that is not necessary for your daily life and schooling.
they would lose a lot of things and anything like a cell phone if they had it, no time with friends for a while, no tv, no computer or internet for a while unless it was needed for school. I would make her do more chores and anything else I saw would be good for her to do until I felt like she deserved to be given back things she lost. I would also thing about if she deserves gifts for her birthday if her birthday was close. I never spoke like that to my parents and I deserve to be treated the same.
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