One angry father

  carver 14 Feb 12
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This is one father who does not seem to like the comments his daughter posted on Facebook click here about him.

If you do watch the video be warned it's 8 minutes long.

  wolfie3000 14 Feb 12

If he was any kind of parent he would have made sure his daughter didn't post such stuff on Facebook in the first place.

Turning the laptop into a teabag after spending so much on it and posting it on the internet only goes to show how bad he is at parenting,

Still, gave me a laugh.

  wee eddie 14 Feb 12

This is unlikely to be real.

What teenager do you know that posts, to her friends on Facebook, using the language that he reads from his, so called, print-out?

None, in my experience.

This is an attempt to make money from YouTube

  finerty 15 Feb 12

I think both parents and daughter need to sit down and make some agreements, and punishments for not following through. The father is in IT i thought they all must be hill billies.

I also think the daughter should right something positive about her parents and whom they employ, rather writing something negative.

Its true his daughter is misguided by other kids, thats what happens to some of us when we don't look at common sense and apply common sense.

Kids tend to believe other kids rather than there parents.

  HondaMan 15 Feb 12

Personally, I would love to have seen her face when she saw it!

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