Thursday, March 5, 2009

Her Parents Shoulda Called Supernanny

My sister-in-law recently introduced me to You can watch all the new episodes of Supernanny in hd there. We're new to Supernanny, and let me tell you, it's entertainment for the whole family. My kids are in awe of the tantrums, the bad parenting, the sassiness. During the little commerical breaks, we look at each other slack-jawed and I ask the boys, "If you were the dad, how would you have handled that?" Or, even better, "What would have happened to you if you did THAT to me?" We watched this poor lady this morning, who had just missed her flight to San Francisco. I say poor lady, because she never appears to have had anyone love her enough as a child to smack her out of it. I could understand if maybe her baby or diabetic grandmother were on the flight, but that does not appear to be the case.

From the AP article:"The three-minute video shot on a mobile phone shows a woman wailing, throwing herself on the floor, banging on an airport counter and trying to barge through a closed boarding gate at the Hong Kong International Airport on Feb. 4 after missing a flight to San Francisco.
"They have no compassion. The plane hasn't even left, and they've shut the gate. They're crazy! They're crazy!" the woman shouted."

Supernanny, she needs your help!


Jana said...

Nothing like a woman ranting in Chinese to start my day off with a giggle.

Thanks for that.

Makes your day at the grocery store a few weeks back seem rather mild I bet!

fivekidsandsomechocolate said...

I bet that burned a lot of calories.

How embarassing!

Jenn said...

Just for fun I want to go to the grocery store and start doing that. Can you see me ranting in Chinese about the hot dog buns? Yeah, she needs a time out. I think she's gonna get one.

Kimberly said...



Samantha said "Why she can't just get one tomorrow?"


Doran & Jody said...

Eh heh. Soooooo I wonder if they let her on? I sure would hate to serve her the wrong peanuts ON the plane.