How many times do I have to tell you DON’T PLAY WITH FIRE?

A 12-year-old Michigan boy is recovering from second degree burns after being set ablaze in what is being described as a social media challenge.

Tabitha Cleary of Dearborn Heights, Michigan, told a reporter for CNN affiliate WDIV that her son, Jason Cleary, suffered second degree burns to his chin, chest and stomach after he was set on fire at a friend’s house.

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10 Responses to How many times do I have to tell you DON’T PLAY WITH FIRE?

  1. Bright Eyes says:

    If you have a kid and he sticks his hand in fire, pulls his hand out and sticks his hand in again….Kill the son of a bitch. He aint worth raising.

    • Kapt Kaos says:

      I have a brother that I ain’t talked to in 35 years. He’s pretty much the ultimate dick head. My mother told me that when that fucker was a kid he touched a red hot element on an electric stove bare handed….then grabbed it again. Burned the shit out of himself. You’re exactly right. The guy ain’t worth the air he’s breathing.

    • Oswald Bastable says:

      Got an autistic son who doesn’t understand shit, but he understands ‘Hot’.

  2. Veeshir says:

    20 times of being told isn’t worth one time of finding out the hot way.

  3. Ohio Guy says:

    Some smart person could propagandize this to our advantage. If all communists/socialists were led to believe that all their dreams would come true if they just showered in a flammable liquid and flicked a bic.

  4. Daryl says:

    Kids have to find out things first hand. Who among us didn’t play with fire as a youth? We flipped matches, fought with hair spray torches and other forgotten dumb shit. We didn’t pour gasoline or other inflamables on each other tho.

  5. bogsidebunny says:

    Now a dedication request for Tabitha in the burn center:

  6. Sanders says:

    I wonder when they’ll start with the Drano challenge where they shotgun a bottle of liquid Drano down their throat in one gulp?

  7. livintoride says:

    stupid is as stupid does. but —>> “The first time it was like, a little tiny fire. Then they swatted it off,” he said, “The second time it engulfed, and they kept spraying it on me.” — seems like they should be handing out some felony charges — if it’s good enough for the the little girl who pointed her finger at classmates it’s good enough for those little fuckers too .

Play nice.