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spanked

n. drunk. Those gals are spanked. Who served them all that booze?
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The problem isn't that too many kids get spanked,'' he wrote.
He said that corporal punishment wasn't being used as a last resort and on average, parents hit or spanked just half a minute after the conflict began.
Prosecutor Gareth Roberts said that he spanked her four times with the shoe but missed the fifth time.
Straus found that children in the United States who were spanked had lower IQs four years later than those who were not spanked.
These study findings are of particular concern because a full 57% of these children were spanked by their mothers and 40% by their fathers at 3 years of age, and those rates declined only slightly at 5 years of age.
Those who were spanked or hit as kids were between two and seven percent more likely to encounter mental issues later, said the research in the US journal Pediatrics, based on a retrospective survey of more than 600 US adults.
Most also emphasize that children under two and older than 10 should never be spanked.
I must confess that I spanked my children when they disobeyed or did something they knew was wrong.
Did you know Serena spanked a serve earlier this week at 201kph?
Baham starts by talking about spanking or being spanked as an example of what BDSM can entail.
PHIL has always loved the idea of being spanked but his girlfriend Sue doesn't seem to take the hint.
and five co-workers, claiming he suffered back injuries, psychological injuries and financial damages when he was wrestled to the ground and spanked with a paddle.
The reality is that children spanked for misbehaving will only fear their parents when they misbehave.
Most family physicians and pediatricians agree that children should be spanked if they misbehave (McCormick, 1992).