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Old 12-29-2008, 11:02 PM   #16
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Always at home. NEVER in school. But my older brother DID break the paddle once.


I would get paddled in school. Once time, someone actually broke the paddle. One of my teachers paddled a group of us and accidentally hit a girl on her back with the paddle. I was about seven years old when it happened. The girl was eight.
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I would get paddled in school. Once time, someone actually broke the paddle. One of my teachers paddled a group of us and accidentally hit a girl on her back with the paddle. I was about seven years old when it happened. The girl was eight.
That happened in my school too. I remember it was all over the school...what had happened. I was in 4th grade at the time. I think the student who got hit was in 5th grade.
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i am pretty sure that they weren't allowed to paddle at any school I ever went to (although a couple of teachers actually had paddles hanging in the classrooms),

I once had a math teacher kick the front of my desk when i was talking to the kid behind me, and it ended up breaking a couple of fingers when they got squished between the seat my hand was resting on and the front of the other desk.
 
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nope, I never did, but I remember when I was in school in the early 70s I had a teacher who had a big paddle that'd he'd use on some kids every once in a while. I remember he'd take them in a back room and do it. I remember seeing 2 kids actually cry after he was done.
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I was never paddled in School but I did see someone get paddled though.
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Less the paddle and more a nice firm swing of the hand and I'm not talking about those little pats or small strikes like you see in the videos, I'm talking about a stinging, spine rattling spank.

That's funny!!!
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I've never been paddled at school and I would never use corporal punishment on one of my students. Making them sit in the "sad seat" in front of the room is usually effective enough.
 
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Not at school, but my dad had a paddle he would use.
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