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How To Raise a Bad Kid These days its impossible to drive very far without seeing one of those annoying bumper stickers arrogantly proclaiming My kid is an Honor Student Every day in homes across America these picture perfect children are being raised and sent out into the world The nation is being overrun with these good children This is a great concern to a number of families It seems there arent any corrupt children growing up in America today Raising a bad kid is a little different from raising these Brady Bunch perfect kids but so much more rewarding Teaching the child to first be disrespectful to those in authority over him then teaching him to lie and finally teaching the child that he should always have his own way will get the job done very nicely Put into practice every day these simple skills will raise the ideally horrible child The first step to raising the perfect immoral child is to teach him to disrespect authority It is important to teach him this because if he has any respect for authority at all he might actually listen to and heaven forbid obey it This must be done from the very beginning because if he learns any respect at all even when he is young it might not ever depart from him Teaching him disrespect produces very effective and long lasting results The way to teach him how to disrespect authority starts in the home At no time whatsoever should the mother ever agree with the father No matter how good an idea the father comes up with the mother should always have a better idea This teaches the child to undermine and distrust authority Likewise the father should show equal disrespect to the mother He should never ever clean up after himself help with the housework or offer to fix dinner one night He should always leave his dirty clothes and dishes everywhere
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