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THE 12-YEAR-OLD DRUNK DRIVER!

You’ve Gotta Be Kidding, Right?

So Good Enough Mother, decompressing from her big day at CNN was tooling around the net when she came upon this little nugget…

A 12-year-old Minnesota girl has been charged with drunk driving!

WHAT-THE-HOLY-HELL is that all about? You can read the rest of the story here but basically the girl was at a party, drinking, and got chatting to a 19 year old kid. Later in the evening he handed over the car keys and invited her to drive him home!

Come on now. Don’t you just wonder…


You’ve Gotta Be Kidding, Right?

So Good Enough Mother, decompressing from her big day at CNN was tooling around the net when she came upon this little nugget…

A 12-year-old Minnesota girl has been charged with drunk driving!

WHAT-THE-HOLY-HELL is that all about? You can read the rest of the story here but basically the girl was at a party, drinking, and got chatting to a 19 year old kid. Later in the evening he handed over the car keys and invited her to drive him home!

Come on now. Don’t you just wonder…

  • What sort of party were they at where a 19-year-old and a 12-year-old are drinking? Where were the adults?  I threw a party for my 12-year-old and the only thing we did was drink soda and throw ping-pong balls onto pieces of bread slathered with peanut butter!
  • What makes a 19-year-old wanna hang with a 12-year-old? What could they possibly have to talk about, unless something sinister was in the works? That worries me greatly…
  • How jacked-up must the 19-year-old have been that he would hand the keys over to a kid who could probably just barely reach the pedals?
  • Seriously WHAT-THE-HELL?

The boy faces several charges and the girl’s mother could as well. But I would argue both will probably fare better than the grade-schooler who not only had to recover from a .09 blood alcohol level but has to deal with parents who allowed this to happen.

What do you think? Should the mother be held responsible or is this just a case of “kids doing what kids will do?” Start weighing in…

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