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    I am so sorry your little boy and yourself were treated that way-I would be shocked at her reaction and then I would get very angry.

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    How awful!

    If she is physically and verbally abusive to a poor little 2 year old that she doesn't even know, what is she like with her own child behind closed doors? It makes you wonder...

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    OMG i would be horrified if someone smacked my child.

    That woman sounds like a complete feral! I would have had to restrain myself from smacking her one in the mouth.

    I probably would have watched her go to her car, taken her number plate and have her charged with assault.

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    Yep would have slapped her face!!!

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    I don't know what I wouldve done.

    Probably instinctively shove them away & yell to protect my kids.

    What a horrible unreasonably lady.

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    You know I probably would of grabbed her number plate or something and reported her to the police for hitting your child.

    That would be after I retaliated to the reward that little shizzle with "How about I reward you with a fizzling belt upside the head"

    Then voice my opinion on hitting someone elses child.

    Its not on, no way, no instance, never.

    Hit my child and I'll hit you, hard.

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    Oh my gosh op that is terrible! I would have wanted to slap her silly BUT I probably would have just told her never to touch anyone else's child again and then I would have gotten her number plate so I could report her. It would have also been handy if there were any witnesses. Like a pp said, it makes me sad to think how she's treating her own kids if she can treat a child she doesn't even know like that.

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    Omg what a horrible person! I think i'd want to stay calm in front of my son but i'm sure i'd just lose it and punch her right in the face. If it's not for the first time she smacked my son, would definitely for the time she called him sh!t.

    You were very well controlled. I hope your little boy is ok now. Sending him lots of hugs!

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    Omfg... ideally? I'd do what you did and be the bigger person..

    In reality I would of jumped up and punched her straight it the throat... what a b!itch,!

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    Good job holding your temper in, that was the right thing to do. On the other hand (Sorry this will probably sound harsh) it's out job to protect our kids, not let people get away with assaulting them. Like pp, I would have called the cops.
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