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i really think that those parents should feel bad about what they did; they could of been hospitalized for breathing problems!!!!! i mean ground them dont try to kill them!
i dont think it was right to be dancing like that but they couldve gone up and told them to stop.
by ego4fashion on 5/23/2012 7:43:04 PM
There is no way around it. Girls, grinding is having sex with cloths on. IT IS NOT OKAY. But the parents are being the immature ones here. There are other ways to handle it, and how they handled it is absolutely unspeakable. At my school, we have one dance to start out the year. If we don't grind and are good, we get the next dance. If not, all school dances are canceled for the rest of the year, including prom and formal. Harsh, but effective. We haven't had a dance taken away yet, and the dances are so much more fun without the dirty dancing. Rachael A.
by zwinky on 5/23/2012 2:16:03 PM
While grinding at a school dance is obscene, YOU DO NOT PHYSICALLY PUNISH CHILDREN WHO AREN'T EVEN YOUR OWN! I don't care if you're the "chaperone"! Also, the kids obviously had no idea, because these are the standards you set for us; OH YOU KNOW, -TEENAGERS. I mean, COME ON! You make fun of us to your friends one day, (ONLY for our age) and then you spray us with lysol when we live up to the standard you already hold us to.
example- say a middle-age woman hears a rap-song blasting out of a car, she naturally assumes that its a teenage boy, right? I know that the majority probably are teenage boys, but do you wanna know why? Oh yeah- YOU!!!! Kelly G.
by spencer9800 on 5/21/2012 4:12:06 PM
by WhoAmI? on 5/21/2012 1:38:22 PM
You people are crazy. There's nothing wrong with grinding? At our homecoming dances & proms, that is the ONLY kind of dance everyone does. Our chaperons and teachers don't care. You're all overreacting about this. Grow up. It's just dancing. It's not like we're having sex out there.
by candylynn on 5/21/2012 12:34:50 PM
that is horrible!!! i understand grinding at prom and the adults wanting to break it up but LYSOL?? come on people! i think grinding is gross because I am only in 7th grade and there is a LOT of grinding and people pressured me and my BF to do that but we didnt
by kayscout on 5/21/2012 10:20:52 AM
Seriously? It's the chaperone's job to stop it if some people are grinding, but it is totally NOT their job to spray them with lysol. If they couldn't get the kids to stop, they should have called their parents or gotten the principal instead of ruining everyone's night via lysol. Not ok.
by Iceskater7 on 5/20/2012 8:30:14 PM
I don't think grinding is that big of a deal as long as you don't do it too inappropriately
by jello4eve on 5/20/2012 8:19:53 PM
thats ridiculous. i just do not think its a big deal. I was at a party once grinding with a guy and a chaperone came up to me and started yelling at me. she said "Do you have any respect for yourself? do you want me to call ur parents?" and i walked away and she said "EXCUSE ME COULD YOU BE MORE RUDE I AM SPEAKING TO YOU!" and i said "sorry" and she goes on about how i have no respect for myself it was absurd. its just not a big deal its not anything bad. yes its suggestive but nothing bad is happening.
by rocknrollx3o on 5/20/2012 7:16:39 PM
That sounds like a really bad situation! That was definitely an overreaction. I think that the best way to deal with it would have been to warn the kids and if they didn't listen to the warnings, then they would be kicked out and their parents would be called.
by supersingershannon on 5/20/2012 7:12:37 PM
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