Teenage Girl Beaten By Her Mother

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After Attempting ‘Pass Out’ Challenge, Did Mom Go Too Far? Footage Goes Viral

Online challenge games are the latest trend. All around the country, teenagers are participating in the newest form of competitive sports. However, some of the games have proven to be quite dangerous and potentially fatal.

The latest fire challenge has left several teenagers with severe second and third degree burns after they intentionally set themselves on fire. Another popular game that has been the potentially deadly “Pass Out” Challenge, also referred to as the “fainting game.” For those who don’t know the rules of the game, here’s how it works


“Sleep/pass out challenge: It’s this ridiculous thing where you bend over, take short, deep breaths really fast to hyperventilate and then someone else pushes you against a wall, pressing hard against your sternum. It often causes one to pass out,” a user explained via Redditt.
http://www.inquisitr.com/1390484/teenage-girl-beaten-by-her-mother-after-attempting-pass-out-challenge-did-mom-go-too-far-footage-goes-viral/

sleep challenge, fire challenge, maybe the morons should try a graduate from HS w/o getting pregnant or ending up in jail for doing stupid crap challenge?

anyways, anyways, girl did stupid things on video so mom decided to video what she earned, play stupid games/win stupid prizes.
 

LadyX

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What the heck is wrong with people these days?? And these stupid challenges! Many have died from them. Won't people ever learn??
 

roadbloc

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Next challenge:

Get a length of rope. Tie it around your neck and a sturdy object just above your hight. Now see how long you can hang there for.
 

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A User said:
“Sleep/pass out challenge: It’s this ridiculous thing where you bend over, take short, deep breaths really fast to hyperventilate and then someone else pushes you against a wall, pressing hard against your sternum. It often causes one to pass out,” a user explained via Redditt.
We used to do the same thing in the early 80s to dull the pain of growing up under Thatcherism.
 

citizenzen

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The mother definitely went too far.

Beating your child like that is cruel and sadistic.
 

samiwas

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What the heck is wrong with people these days?? And these stupid challenges! Many have died from them. Won't people ever learn??
It's gotten to the point where it's hard to be truly thrilled any more because there is so much at your disposal. Also, you have to be truly exceptional to really stand out from the crowd these days. So now, people are going to ridiculous lengths to both earn a thrill and to make people notice them.

It's kind of sad when your life is so pathetic and pointless that you need to get shoved against a wall while hyperventilating so that you pass out, or set yourself on fire.

Half of them probably think that if they do something stupid enough, a TV producer will make them into a new reality show, a la Honey Boo Boo.
 

citizenzen

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It's gotten to the point where it's hard to be truly thrilled any more because there is so much at your disposal.
It's a generational thing ... this reaction to what kids are doing.

The same sentiment has been expressed about [virtually] every generation of young people.
 

ucfgrad93

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Half of them probably think that if they do something stupid enough, a TV producer will make them into a new reality show, a la Honey Boo Boo.
Agreed. Too many people have a quest for fame or to be noticed that makes them do stupid things. Just more fodder for shows like Jackass.
 

LadyX

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What's even more horrifying is the fact that they find it funny. I've watched one Pass Out Challenge video, the girls were on the ground, unconscious and the one recording was laughing at them with another friend. Shocking.
 

samiwas

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It's a generational thing ... this reaction to what kids are doing.

The same sentiment has been expressed about [virtually] every generation of young people.
Of course. But instead of getting a tattoo or piercing or smoking behind the school or listening to Marilyn Manson, they are freaking setting themselves on fire.
 

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It's gotten to the point where it's hard to be truly thrilled any more because there is so much at your disposal. Also, you have to be truly exceptional to really stand out from the crowd these days. So now, people are going to ridiculous lengths to both earn a thrill and to make people notice them.

It's kind of sad when your life is so pathetic and pointless that you need to get shoved against a wall while hyperventilating so that you pass out, or set yourself on fire.

Half of them probably think that if they do something stupid enough, a TV producer will make them into a new reality show, a la Honey Boo Boo
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If only the government made cheap, safe ways to get high legal...
huh?
 

jkcerda

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Both Colorado and Washington now allow for recreation use of marijuana.
got it, thought it was something else, you can use MJ here in CA with a medical card, I seriously doubt most get it, been to school & heard from teens caught with MJ for their 3rd-4th time & not getting expelled:mad:

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THIS is the way the challenge should be done, PLEASE WATCH UNTIL THE END

 

citizenzen

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I would imagine the vast majority do. If they didn't they would all be running around with severe burns. Most teens don't have severe burns inflicted by their own actions. I don't really see this as an epidemic.
Agreed.

Call me when the Ellen Jamesians become popular.