From The L. Ron Hubbard School Of Discipline

December 13, 2010 / Posted by:

Willow Smith doesn’t know MATHS since she’s too busy whippin’ her weave to the top of the pop throne, and apparently she doesn’t know what rules are either. Jada Pinkett Smith tells Style Magazine (via Showbiz Spy) that she and Will don’t believe in telling their chirruns what to do and they work together to guide Willow and Jaden through life. And now Xenu’s barley-laced dream of taking over the world with an army of spoiled Suri Cruises is one step closer to becoming a reality.

Jada explains, “We don’t have rules. We come up with agreements. Kids are little people, and we’re in life to guide them. Trying to rule someone is always an illusion, and it’s no different with children.”

SANTO DIOS! My abuelita just did a slow wall slide while clutching her “weekday” plastic rosary. That is crazy talk to her. In my abuelita’s house, there was one agreement: Do whatever the hell she says or don’t cry when you’re spitting up the bottom of her chankla for months.

But Jada says that even though they don’t have rules, Willow is not stomping all over her in high-heels she borrowed from Suri’s shoe closet. Jada talked about the time Willow went against her wishes by setting up a MySpace page, “I told her not to, so I was so mad. I said, ‘What do you think I should do now?’ So Willow said, ‘Mom, take my computer away’. And I said, ‘How long for?’. She said a month. So it’s negotiations. I’m not saying it’s always perfect. I have my bloops and my blunders. But I’m doing my best.

And then two seconds after Willow handed over her MacBook Air, she picked up one of her iPhones and set up a Facebook page as Suri applauded.

And on the other side of the extreme coin, an abuelita wouldn’t have taken away her laptop. No, an abuelita would’ve taken away the feeling in her hands. Good luck trying to reactive your MySpace page with your tongue.

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