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    LOL!!! According to the OP, Maccas is a perfectly suitable reward for sports. So what's the difference OP???


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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    LOL!!! According to the OP, Maccas is a perfectly suitable reward for sports. So what's the difference OP???


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    I must admit I think very very poorly of Mac Donald's, KFC and the like.
    And will be fairly sad if my kids have some.

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    A bit hypocritical huh? Some people will bash teachers no matter what they do ?Rule of thumb for a teacher: don't do anything fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    LOL!!! According to the OP, Maccas is a perfectly suitable reward for sports. So what's the difference OP???


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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    Whoa. Some of the responses in here are freaking me out. Seriously, if you think a normal reaction to soft drink in class is to take them out of school, or that it's normal to be upset about your child drinking a soft drink more than a YEAR after the fact, you either have major control issues or some sort of eating disorder- possibly both. I *get* that people like to eat healthy 100% of the time but that sort of emotional reaction is deeply disturbing to me.
    Are you referring to my post about me still being upset about my MIL giving my ds soft drink at his 3rd bday? What would you know about what type of person I am? I don't have control issues or an eating disorder. The fact that *you* feel 'deeply disturbed' by that is ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    LOL!!! According to the OP, Maccas is a perfectly suitable reward for sports. So what's the difference OP???


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    I think we have already established you disagree with the sentiments and opinions of the OP, but did you seriously have to stalk her posts and try and discredit her??

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    I haven't read any of the replies (but there seems to be a lot?!) - but I'd be annoyed if it were my child. She may as well feed them straight sugar. The sentiment is nice, & the teachers heart is in the right place, but it's not cool to provide soft drinks at school.

    Edit - OP, I'm totally with you, & after reading a handful of the replies (I got bored after a page!) I'm a bit surprised that so many people think it's ok, & I'm even more surprised at the nasty comments directed to the OP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    This has all gone off track but I just wanted to ask the OP @DrDrakeRamoray if she has ever given her kids soft drink?
    Honestly? No. Though they have had it. So I know how they act after they have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    How would she know
    What's that meant to mean?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey'sMummy View Post
    I haven't read any of the replies (but there seems to be a lot?!) - but I'd be annoyed if it were my child. She may as well feed them straight sugar. The sentiment is nice, & the teachers heart is in the right place, but it's not cool to provide soft drinks at school.

    Edit - OP, I'm totally with you, & after reading a handful of the replies (I got bored after a page!) I'm a bit surprised that so many people think it's ok, & I'm even more surprised at the nasty comments directed to the OP.
    I don't understand either. People don't need to agree with me but there's no need to be nasty. Seems like a few on here are in their little cliquey groups.

    I know the teacher is trying to do something nice for her students. Good on her! But that doesn't mean I have to agree with HOW she rewards them, especially buying them friggin soft drink. Daughter bought a note home today saying her class will be having a party on Friday afternoon and there will be lemonaid, raspberry and cola. Plus we have to provide food. I'm not bashing teachers ffs I have relatives who are teachers but they should celebrate/ reward in other ways not with carbonated sugary drinks. Teachers should be setting a good example not getting kids hypo before they go home.

    Seriously, there seems to be some hatred for me so not sure what I've done wrong!

    I never offended anyone on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrDrakeRamoray View Post
    What's that meant to mean?!
    When your children are not in your care, how would you know if they've had soft drink or not?


 

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