“If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” or maybe “If you Give a Kid a Guide”
There is so much I could say about this story – the second I’ve heard like this in the past year. I’m sure there are more. I cheered at my television one morning a while back listening to Kelly Ripa’s reaction to parents who were/are suing after pics of their kids partying at the vacation home of former New England Patriots offensive lineman, Brian Holloway, were posted online. The suit apparently alleged that this would potentially ruin the chances of their kids getting into a good college.
Seeing this headline yesterday somehow inspired me to make an attempt to verbally spoof the currently running hilarious Direct TV commercials. Attempt is the key word.
When you get on social media, you feel free.
When you feel free, you feel brave.
When you feel brave, you post pics of a party at a mansion that you and your friends break into where you do millions of dollars worth of damage and steal a lot of interesting stuff.
When you break into a mansion, have a party, do millions of dollars worth of damage, steal a lot of interesting stuff and post pics of your epic stupidity online, word gets around.
When word gets around, the cops arrest you and the story goes viral.
And when the story goes viral and your party pics are made public, your parents get super angry because
you’ve potentially ruined your chances of getting into that dream school you applied to.
Don’t let your parents get super angry and ruin your chances of having fruitful life.
Read “@Sophie Takes a #Selfie” – it’s not too late.
Encouraging everyone to talk with their kids EARLY before turning them loose with that stick of dynamite also known as a smart device!
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