Moment a mom gets tired of kids constantly pressing their phones

 She can't get her children's attention as their smart phones are getting all that. Social media is all kids are interested in these days. After school, all they want is the phone, it's more important to them than food. Tell them to come eat dinner and they tell you they are not yet hungry while staring at the phone. A mom got tired and unlike most parents who take the phones away, she shoots at the Iphones:

 A southern mom in the US has taken a stand against the evils of social media - with bullets.
While parents often threaten to take away their children’s phones, this mom took it one step further, and put a bullet in the offending
smartphones. Why? Well, like many parents, she got tired of vying for her children's attention.
Rather than confiscate the phones, she decides to take them out with her rifle.
The camera pans to a tree trunk where a phone is perched. The mom fires her rifle with impressive accuracy, and the phone is sent flying.
She screams  ...I refuse to be cursed. I refuse to be disobeyed. I take back my role as parent,” she declares, before firing at the phone again.
The camera turns to the poor, phone-deprived children, whose faces say it all.
Why this burst of violence? “My children’s lives are more important to me than any electronic on this earth,” the mom shouts, now holding a sledgehammer over her head.
“Good for you, we still don’t give two f**ks” one of the boys can be heard saying.


  1. She has a good point.

  2. Hmmmm.... The problems obviously started before the phones came, cos as reported one of the boys replied 'we still don't give two f**ks'. The boys are obviously very rude and I don't think it's the phones that caused this. The mother didn't put her foot down to teach them how to be polite from childhood if not they won't be talking back at her. Anyway she's regained control by destroying the phones, and the lessons can now begin.


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