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03-14-2014 12:36 AM
Arc Kids will always be looking to do something fun regardless if its dumb or dangerous, that concept seems to escape them! I know, I used to polo-volt between hey-bails back at home. Well, I didn't have enough momentum, reached the highest point, then fell sideways about 12 feet onto the dirt, no injury. Almost got my skull or throat crushed by a massive hay-bail holder we were rolling around... yep. Spidermanning up the stove and fridge to reach the matches in the medicine cabinet... mmhmmm...

Point of the matter is, it doesn't matter if you hide it or not, kids will always find something dumb and stupid to amuse themselves with. Better leave them something that isn't dangerous so they don't find something that is!
03-13-2014 09:01 PM
misslesleedavis1 Brace yourself lots of people opt for dogs first..lol

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03-13-2014 07:19 PM
Neko I don't have kids yet, but after reading this I just can't stop laughing.
03-13-2014 05:59 PM
Baillif Positive punishment is not that effective a quadrant in humans according to bf skinner.
03-13-2014 05:35 PM
Mister C
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We have a bark collar with the remote control, it was given to us and its been sitting on the fridge un touched for about a month now, a few days ago my fiance and i packed up the gang and decided to take them on a long hike leaving his kids 14 and 12 at home (which is not un common for them)..anyways, we get home to find them on the floor rolling around in hysterics (laughing) and the 12 year old is holding his i phone going "omg you gotta watch this vid" , so i start watching it and there is the 14 year old wearing the bark collar and standing at the top of the stairs, well the words "yo you owe me that oh henry" come out of his mouth and the 12 year old cranks the remote control to 8 and presses the shock button and the older one gets blown clean down the stairs, due to the shock of being shocked so hard, he hit the door and burst out laughing. I cant even begin to describe how mad i was that they actually decided wearing the shock collar was a good idea, and i cant believe im going to have to start hiding it. They thought it was the funniest thing going though. I gotta tell ya the video footage of the whole thing had me in the bathroom secretly laughing my butt off.
Well, I guess shock treatments would be ineffective to extinguish this behavior.

Have you tried tug toys with him? I hear some teens are more motivated by play than food.

Or maybe nuke more green tripe and treat him for every day he can go without using the bark shock collar. I hear green tripe goes well with tuna and tofu.
03-13-2014 05:31 PM
misslesleedavis1 Brendans I pod currently in dominican....lucky kid.

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03-13-2014 05:20 PM
Baillif Yeah but wheres the video of him being zapped?
03-13-2014 03:58 PM
misslesleedavis1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUK4ezZnxdU


Shredding not polished but hes having a blast!
03-13-2014 03:49 PM
Msmaria
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Oddly enough he wont eat any type of pasta. I dont know he frequently breaks our toilet, then in true 14 year old fashion leaves it plugged and goes back to blak ops.

Lol been there done that. Don't you wish you could just leave it plugged up til they have to go again. however I don't see them being bothered by that either. Probably just dig a hole in the yard lol
03-13-2014 03:47 PM
misslesleedavis1
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Tofu and tuna , maybe since tofu doesn't really have a taste, but my god, tuna and peanut butter, that kid must have an iron clad stomach lol and no taste buds haha
Oddly enough he wont eat any type of pasta. I dont know he frequently breaks our toilet, then in true 14 year old fashion leaves it plugged and goes back to blak ops.
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