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  • bingethinker: Is she hot?


    At the very least, steamed.
  • What a dick. He should have pleated guilty.
  • FTFA: The girl told a school counselor at Choctaw Middle School that Joyce clamped a flattening iron on her arm because he wanted to teach her lesson about leaving the iron on,


    Ok, fair enough. Lets beat the shiat out of him to teach him a lesson about abuse.

    /No Ironic tag? This isn't the Fark I remember.
  • How did Hellen Keller burn her ear?

    She answered the iron.
  • Ed Finnerty: What a dick. He should have pleated guilty.


    This sort of cruelty never creases to amaze me.
  • This thread is bad and you should all feel bad.
  • "The facts that will come out in this case will show that my client isn't a child abuser."

    Right. It was just an accident. That's why the girl had to get her burns treated at school.
  • he wanted to teach her lesson about leaving the iron on

    "He's a veteran of the Iraq War."


    It's like that thing they do in boot camp where they shoot you to teach you a lesson about not getting in front of bullets.
  • Churchy LaFemme: This thread is bad and you should all feel bad.


    Yeah, it should have at least got the Ironic tag.
  • fusillade762: he wanted to teach her lesson about leaving the iron on

    "He's a veteran of the Iraq War."

    It's like that thing they do in boot camp where they shoot you to teach you a lesson about not getting in front of bullets.


    Or when they rape you to teach you about STD's.

    /Or was that summer camp?
  • fusillade762: he wanted to teach her lesson about leaving the iron on

    "He's a veteran of the Iraq War."

    It's like that thing they do in boot camp where they shoot you to teach you a lesson about not getting in front of bullets.


    "And if you survive, we're going to teach you how to avoid tanks next week."
  • I was walking across the carpet in my living room the other day and at one particular spot I felt the shag get 'crispy'. Getting down on my hands and knees, I felt around the area and there seemed to be a small patch of this strangeness. I thought maybe my kid had spilled a milkshake or something on the rug, so I raised my voice at him when he denied spilling anything. He went to his room crying and grounded. We don't accept lying in this house.

    Later when my wife got back from shopping, I told her about the carpet and she came clean that she had done that when she was ironing shirts earlier. The iron had fallen from its charging stand and briefly fell on the rug. This was enough to burn the rug. I yelled a little while about how this was going to cost us to have the carpet replaced.

    After a while I stopped feeling angry and we all had dinner and they apologized for their behavior.
  • the 3rd-4th time this happened i left the iron out on the porch. somehow this got the point across to the Mrs.

    i like how news articles mention someone is a veteran. voluntarily putting yourself in harms way to be an assassin for a government that will gladly let you starve homeless & unemployed if you make it home alive tells me you make poor decisions and are quite possible unstable.
  • Since when is 12 a teen? Oh wait, this is Oklahoma. Kid's probably got a litter of her own by now.
  • KrispyKritter: the 3rd-4th time this happened i left the iron out on the porch. somehow this got the point across to the Mrs.

    i like how news articles mention someone is a veteran. voluntarily putting yourself in harms way to be an assassin for a government that will gladly let you starve homeless & unemployed if you make it home alive tells me you make poor decisions and are quite possible unstable.


    I think the "veteran" tag here is more of a way to "excuse" his actions, or at least say something to the effect of: "This was probably a nice guy, but his experiences as a veteran are at least partly to blame for his later unacceptable behavior. While we certainly do not condone these actions, we can sympathize to some extent and don't feel that this is a completely horrible person."

    AverageAmericanGuy: I was walking across the carpet in my living room the other day and at one particular spot I felt the shag get 'crispy'. Getting down on my hands and knees, I felt around the area and there seemed to be a small patch of this strangeness. I thought maybe my kid had spilled a milkshake or something on the rug, so I raised my voice at him when he denied spilling anything. He went to his room crying and grounded. We don't accept lying in this house.

    Later when my wife got back from shopping, I told her about the carpet and she came clean that she had done that when she was ironing shirts earlier. The iron had fallen from its charging stand and briefly fell on the rug. This was enough to burn the rug. I yelled a little while about how this was going to cost us to have the carpet replaced.

    After a while I stopped feeling angry and we all had dinner and they apologized for their behavior.


    LOL!
  • L.D. Ablo: How did Hellen Keller burn her ear?

    She answered the iron.


    How did she burn the other ear?
  • Feral_and_Preposterous: L.D. Ablo: How did Hellen Keller burn her ear?

    She answered the iron.

    How did she burn the other ear?


    When they called back.
  • Hey, Mr. Defendant there, if you "abuse a child" you are a "child abuser." Iron, burning, etc., seem to meet the definition.

    Also see story about a man, a sheep and farking and what HE'S called.
  • Huck And Molly Ziegler: Also see story about a man, a sheep and farking and what HE'S called.


    A baaa' d man

    /Daaa' ddy
  • Churchy LaFemme: This thread is bad and you should all feel bad.


    Don't come unraveled now; don't get hung up with worrying about the frayed morals so many of the stuffed shirts here flaunt so openly. Unless you can Magically Size someone up just by their posts, realize that most of us, while we may not be Easy On the nerves (nor Faultless), are really good people at heart.
  • Is her name Brandi?
  • Keep us updated if there are any new wrinkles in the case.
  • L.D. Ablo: Feral_and_Preposterous: L.D. Ablo: How did Hellen Keller burn her ear?

    She answered the iron.

    How did she burn the other ear?

    When they called back.


    How'd she burn her fingers?

    She tried to read the waffle maker.
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