this happened 2days ago

By Liz
United States
June 27, 2008 11:26pm CST
we found a house and close in a few weeks, I went with my son he'd never seen it when we were on our way out, there were 3 small kids (like 4 yrs old) holding sticks in the road. We stopped waited for then to move but suddenly they started hitting my car (new) with there sticks!!! I was shocked I didn't say or do anything I just got out of there what would you have done? The place I think they live at was ummm scary thanks. DJ
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@SomeCowgirl (32273)
• United States
28 Jun 08
Wow, that is scary. Where were the parents of these 4 year olds, and why were the four year olds in the road unsupervised! I would have called the authorities and alerted them of these children in the road appearing to be unsupervised, I would have also told of the children hitting the car with sticks! Woo. Have a Great day.
• United States
28 Jun 08
that's what I thought 2 after I got out of there! no sign of parents that day, next time I go out if they are in the road I will call athorities. Thanks DJ
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@SomeCowgirl (32273)
• United States
28 Jun 08
I hope that the children are not, but if they are I hope that someone calls. It makes me wonder if the other neighbors just avoid it, pretending that they don't see it?
• United States
28 Jun 08
Sounds like that was just a dream. You should have had your son teach them a lesson. If they wanted to hit your car, you should have hit them.
@laydee (12815)
• Philippines
28 Jun 08
A bunch of 4-year olds? And they did that? Whoah, kids these days. Anyhow, if I was in your position, I would have gotten out of the car and gave them a good hitting. Well, not really hitting I guess, I guess I'd go find their parents and scold them. I think the main reason why kids these days are impossible to comprehend is because they're not taught discipline. And we just allow them to walk around us. They should be punished and taught a lesson. A simple sorry wouldn't do this time. Bad parents makes bad kids.