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Jdog911
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Posted almost 4 years ago
No

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MariCutiePaTooty
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Posted almost 4 years ago
No..I hope that person understands that it was the child's mistake not the parents >_<

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izzy09
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Posted almost 4 years ago
Actually i dont think so cuz it is the CHILDS fault not the parents the parents arent responsible for the childs actions because were all our own person!!!!!

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Posted almost 4 years ago
In some circumstances, yes.

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Posted almost 4 years ago
That's a hard question, honestly. First, the parent's should have taught them not to do such things, but then the child shouldn't have had done it, even if he/she didn't know the consequences. 

So, my answer in a nutshell: Both should be punished. 

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Posted almost 4 years ago
If the child is old enough to understand what he/she is doing then no.  If the child doesn't understand why not to do that, and what they're doing then yes. 

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LePrince
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Posted almost 4 years ago
It's all in the age of the kid!

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Posted over 3 years ago
no.... if a kid is not punished for something they do wrong (at any age) they will never learn what they were doing is wrong.... (some things happen differently i know but in generel)

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Posted over 3 years ago
I can't think of a situation where a parent is forcibly punished for his/her childs mistake. Unless you mean that they are put in an embarrassing state, or are in need to explain their children actions. 

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sallylo6
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Posted over 3 years ago
NO IT is the Childs responsibility to take the punishment for his or her action;

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