6 Ways To Punish Your Parents When They Start Growing Wings

July 21, 2021

Sometimes, parents grow wings and start keeping late nights and other such things. Here are some effective ways to punish your parents and prevent matters from getting out of hand.

1. Tell them to face the wall

Tell them to face the wall and think about what they’ve done. Make sure you check on them every 20 minutes to find out if they’ve learnt their lesson.

2. Tell them to write “I’m sorry. I won’t do it again” 500 times

It can be more or less, depending on your mood, but they need to write it as many times as possible to show they’re truly sorry.

3. Change their password

If they can’t unlock their phone, they won’t be able to get in touch with those friends that are corrupting them. Restricting websites they can visit is a plus.

4. Seize their phone

If they somehow figure out the new password, just seize their phone. No phone, no problem.

5. Start giving them one piece of meat

When you start giving them one piece of meat, they will know that something is wrong somewhere. They will definitely adjust their behaviour after that.

6. Lock them in their room

This might seem extreme, but desperate times call for desperate measures. If they keep misbehaving after you’ve tried everything, simply lock them in their room. It’s the most efficient way to punish your parents.

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