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Crazy Things Parents Did to Teach Their Kids a Lesson

Arnold Schwarzenegger recently admitted to some pretty extreme behavior as a parent. He said during an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” that when his children were young, he once threw his son’s mattress off the balcony and into the pool because his son didn’t make his own bed. . Another time, the actor said, he burned his daughter’s shoes in the fireplace because she hadn’t put them away properly.

He’s not the only parent who goes to remarkable lengths to teach his child a lesson. Below are 16 stories from Twitter and our HuffPost Parents Facebook community about the wacky things parents will do to prove their point.

“I removed all the electronic cords, the worst thing I’ve ever done. What they would do for chargers and HDMI cords! » -Gwendy Moreno

“My mother repeatedly told me and my sister, ‘If you two don’t stop fighting over who gets to jump on the trampoline, I’m going to get rid of them.’ We laughed and kept fighting for it – and one day she came out with a huge knife and cut the fabric in half. And that was it! — Jenny YatesJeschke

“My father got tired of my sister slamming doors, so he took (the door) off the hinges and burned it in the front yard. That was about 20 years ago. Recently, he admitted that he only made a show of burning down the house because he was already planning to buy upgraded doors for the house in the future. However, it totally worked! Now I use the story to teach my own children not to slam their doors. — Audrey VanScyoc

“On one trip, my kids were fighting over a toy in the back seat of the car. I asked them to stop several times. I finally backed up, grabbed the toy, rolled down the passenger side window and threw the toy away. They behaved well for the remainder of the trip, and on every subsequent trip, in fact. — Kathie Hilliard

“I had a colleague who once told me that she was having problems with her teenage son’s rebellious behavior. So she took all his favorite things and wrapped them in plastic on the dining room table – where he could see them every time he walked to his room. She said it worked – he gradually got everything back. He’s grown up now and has his own family, but they visit him often. —Tammy Smith

“One day my dad came into the house and pretended everyone was watching TV and no one even recognized him – so he walked over to the TV and cut the cord.” — Jenny Orozco




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