Bitches are born, not bred

I found this interesting article in the NST on Sunday but since I couldn’t find the online version, I hunted down the original story.

Parents – This may interests you.

Mean girls start in preschool, BYU study shows
Four-year-old girls use social aggression to maintain dominance

Since this is the first time, I truly, truly care for a baby from birth to toddlerhood, I had observed that toddlers can be cunning and manipulative. Examples :

* Toddler will give a puppy eye look and say, ‘pissssss’ (please) whenever he wanted something (which he knows he shouldn’t have).

* Toddler will shoo big bros away and ask them to ‘go sip’ with an angry face (go to sleep) if big bros cuddle in bed with me at bed time.

* Toddler will give a big hug and say, ‘yang, yang’ (love) the moment he senses he has hurted his bros (like accidentally punching their eyes or knock his hard head on their face).

Gee, I don’t have any daughters. But do I feel ‘safe’ and less guilty of giving birth to and breeding mean girls?

6 Replies to “Bitches are born, not bred”

  1. ahh i had lots of encounters with bitches before,esp since i come from an all girls school…but i think some are made lah…altho some are really pro at it,born to be one!

  2. RB – Hahahaha, you must tell us more about it!

    Mrs T – I do wonder too….

    S-Kay – Ya, moms influenced the kids a lot.

  3. i kinda think that all kids are born more or less bad and mean, selfish, etc. Its’ how the parents and society and religion molds them as they grow. after all, we are from the same seed, hehe.

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