Personally, Flo, I would forgive you if you punched that stupid bitch in the face.

6 Feb


Trigger warning: Judgy Bitch is in a fucking rage and I WILL be advocating violence!

Remember Shona Sibery? Oh no? Let me recap it for you: she refuses to have sex with her husband (lucky guy), and she lets her daughter dress like a whore and then posts said daughter’s picture in a major newspaper, inviting people to call her a slut.

Oh yeah, she also spent more than £100 000 paying other people to raise her children.–108-345–staggering-sum-Ive-spent-nurseries-string-useless-au-pairs.html

Ok, based on your photo, Shona, it appears that you may have some sort of severe mental disability, in which case I apologize. Being fucking mentally deranged is an EXPLANATION for why you are quite possibly the shittiest mother I have ever had the skin-crawling “pleasure” of encountering, but bitch, it ain’t no EXCUSE!



A few weeks ago, Shona’s daughter Flo decided to celebrate her 14th birthday by dressing as a streetwalker, and even though Shona KNEW this was a phenomenally bad idea, she couldn’t bear the thought of having to set down her glass of Chardonnay and set some boundaries.


Newsflash, you dumb twat: You can set boundaries WITHOUT putting down your wine glass. Trust me. I do it all the time.


So Flo has no boundaries, and then very recently, apparently, demonstrated that SHE HAS NO BOUNDARIES, and slammed the door in her mother’s face.

Oh, Pinky, sweetie, you just try it! It’s inconceivable. My daughters would not even THINK to do such a thing! Why? Because they know what boundaries are! They have had them since day fucking one. It’s called being a parent.

And how did Shona respond to this completely INEXPLICABLE AND TOTALLY UNPREDICTABLE turn of events?

She slapped her daughter.

slap 2



Not kidding.

Is this really something that we can discuss? When Grandpa develops dementia and reverts back to the stage of a toddler and wanders out into the street because he longer remembers what cars are, is it acceptable to SLAP HIM to teach him to stay away from the road?

Uhm, no. No, it’s not acceptable. It’s a criminal act and one that demonstrates the most profound lack of compassion imaginable. It’s a violation of dignity and humanity and just plain old human kindness. You do NOT strike elderly, frail, fragile, trusting, vulnerable old people and you do NOT strike young, frail, fragile, trusting, vulnerable little people, either.

Allowing parents to hit children masks an important crisis in understanding domestic violence, and that has some very deep implications for all of us. Most domestic violence is committed BY women AGAINST children. Adults taking advantage of their power over the most defenceless of all possible victims: children. On that radio show I was on, one of the commenters said that women were the only group in history required to love their oppressors.


Wrong, bitch. CHILDREN are the group required to love the hands that strike them. They must. Their very survival depends upon it. And that’s just fucking sick.


Full fucking stop. Not ever. Not once. Absolutely not.

Kiss them, hug them, love them, caress them, at the worst, go in the bathroom and lock the door and calm the fuck down but DO NOT HIT YOUR CHILDREN.


Flo, baby, I want to talk to you directly. I’m sorry your mother sucks. And make no mistake: she sucks. She has hired other people to do the work she ought to have done herself (although a violent mother may be better off at work) and darling, none of it is YOUR FAULT. Never, ever blame yourself. You have been left with your private Facebook and your hotpants and your useless mother drunk in the kitchen and no one to put a sheltering arm around you and guide you through a world much more scary and unforgiving than you can possibly realize.


My darling, where is your daddy? Find him, Flo. Go to him. Tell him you need him, because oh precious, you need him right now. Your mother is slapping you and posting your picture in a global publication and throwing you under whatever bus is passing by at the moment. She won’t help you, Flo. She will turn on you and violate every precept of motherhood since the beginning of time.

Find your Daddy, Flo.

You need him so badly.

And if your mother ever hits you again? Darling, punch her in the mouth. That cunt is begging for it.

Lots of love,


33 Responses to “Personally, Flo, I would forgive you if you punched that stupid bitch in the face.”

  1. M3 February 6, 2013 at 00:59 #

    If daddy is allowing himself to get punked by mommy in a national publication about how he has to beg for chore sex… I fear for Flo’s future of seeking out badboys and abuse at the hands of sociopaths she falls for.


  2. judgybitch February 6, 2013 at 01:03 #

    I know!

    So sad.

    Daddy is her only hope and he looks to be a fucking whipped beta if ever there was one.

    Dude needs to step up.


  3. Liz February 6, 2013 at 15:44 #

    Excerpts from the article on childcare expenses:
    “I shudder to think how I have forked out £30,000 of hard-earned cash over the years to a stream of girls — most of whom have been totally incompetent.
    Let’s start with the Romanian who thought it was OK to take my two daughters — then aged two and five — shopping in the town centre in bare feet because ‘that’s the way we do things back home’.
    Then there was the Polish girl who borrowed the car, drove a 50-mile round trip to a Portsmouth nightclub and brought two squaddies she’d picked up back to her bed in my home (leaving me no petrol for the school run).
    Not forgetting the Slovakian girl who stole £200 from my children’s piggy banks, oh, and the Dutch one who had a fling with George Best in our spare bedroom (no, I’m not making this up).
    Then, last, but by no means least, the Czech — or was it Slovenian? — au pair who made game efforts to nab my husband, but settled, instead, for one of his friends.”

    So she entrusted the care of her kids with people she couldn’t even trust her car, husband, or children’s piggybanks with? Awesome.


  4. judgybitch February 6, 2013 at 15:46 #

    How does she not see what a shitty parent she is? Is she blind?

    *cruel pun*


  5. Liz February 6, 2013 at 16:27 #

    Maybe she thinks everyone else does this too?

    She seems to use her family life for the brunt of her writing material. If that’s going to remain her modus operandi it would seem to behoove both her personal life AND career to actually stick around and watch what her family is doing rather than writing about the odd and awful few moments she sees them. Shirley Jackson made a career as a stay at home mom writing about her family (of course, she had both genius and humor, both obviously lacking in this person’s case).


  6. Kai February 6, 2013 at 18:43 #

    Without comparisons to the rest of this woman’s lack of mothering, I recognise this situation from my own teenagehood.
    I see more to it that just the question of hitting a child. I understand the argument against, but to me, the bigger issue is control.
    I think spanking small children is one thing. I don’t think it’s necessary, but I don’t have a big problem with people who do so in the controlled way either. When I was a small child, I was spanked a couple times, and I distinctly remember it. It was clearly a punishment, and we were more afraid of the concept of ‘getting a spanking’ than by the actual act, which was light and merely for effect. I think a major difference was control. It was something my father did, in full control of himself, with the direct awareness that it was going to happen because we had pushed too far.
    When I was a teen, my mother hit me, and it was a completely different thing. If I slammed a door one too many times, or said a bad word my mother didn’t like (never one she hadn’t said herself, often to me), she slapped me. It wasn’t something that would cause long-term damage, or anything, but the difference was clear. My mother had hit in anger, because she could not control herself. It was very distinctively different from receiving a spanking as a child, and that was obvious at the time.
    Just as I felt it reasonable to use any word my mother called me back to her, after a couple slaps, I decided that it was also entirely reasonable to hit her back any time she hit me. Unsurprisingly, that didn’t go too well with a mother who was already hung up on a power trip and out of control in anger.
    By the time I was 15ish, I had simply lost all respect for my mother and her inability to control herself, and we stopped having yelling, hitting arguments – because I grew up and recognised the stupidity of it, and decided it just wasn’t worth engaging.
    I still have no respect for her parenting skills.
    I was lucky enough to be rational enough to work myself through it, but this girl looks to be in a lot of trouble.


  7. Kai February 6, 2013 at 18:47 #

    Post a link to your post on the Daily Mail? If I was her kid, I’d read Mom’s columns.


  8. Teresa Dietzinger February 7, 2013 at 01:42 #

    Yikes! Shona looks like Robert Z’Dar! (Go look him up on imdb. I’m sure you’ll agree.) My great-grandmother had one child die by falling off a roof and another becoming pregnant by her own brother and I STILL think she was a better parent than this lady! (Ok, maybe not, but… it’s damn close!)


  9. Shona SibAry February 8, 2013 at 13:33 #

    Goodness JB – I hope your children never read your little part-time blog. Hasn’t anybody ever told you that it is, if fact, possible to write an eloquent sentence without peppering it with an overuse of the ‘f’ word and swearing? Is this how – as a mother – you teach your own children to communicate? Probably. Anyhow, a word of advice. Your overuse of foul language seriously detracts from the rubbish you’re spouting. But that’s probably a good thing. You should get your facts right too. You have spelled my name incorrectly. And, smacking isn’t a criminal offense. Well, only in Scandinavia. So next time you get on your little soap box – it might be a good idea to do your research first.


  10. judgybitch February 8, 2013 at 13:45 #

    Let’s see,

    You appear to have spent about 8 minutes a day with your children, fobbing them off on ill-qualified strangers the rest of the time, you assault them, hitting your toddlers hard enough to leave red marks and chase your older children around the house with a weapon in a psychotic rage, and you let your 14 year old leave the house dressed as a streetwalker because you’re too busy drinking wine in the kitchen.

    And the problem is that I swear.

    Yeah, right.

    Fuck you. Don’t hit your kids, you worthless piece of shit excuse for a mother.


  11. Shona SibAry February 8, 2013 at 18:09 #

    And you’re stupid and gullible enough to take everything you read in a national newspaper – literally. I feel for your children. You seem very angry and dissatisfied with your little lot in life. Perhaps you try should defrosting a pizza occasionally. It might help you to lighten up a bit.


  12. judgybitch February 8, 2013 at 18:20 #

    Oh, so you’re a liar, too?

    Color me fucking shocked.

    “My little lot in life”. Oh, woe is me. I haven’t had the HUGE pleasures of paying someone else to raise my children while writing trite garbage for a tabloid. I have sex with my husband and cook wonderful meals everyday and pretty much get to do whatever I want.

    Such a sad, dreary existence.

    Frozen pizza? What a clever idea! However, I don’t think you defrost them first. I think you cook them from frozen, but I could be wrong.

    Yes, nothing would lighten me up more than the thought of feeding my husband and children plastic food loaded with salt and fat and sugar that has the added benefit of tasting like shit.

    Your house sounds like so much fun! Beatings, garbage food, no sex and you in the kitchen slugging wine.

    You know, I think I’ll keep my little lot in life. It appears to be a lot more satisfying than yours.


  13. princesspixiepointless February 8, 2013 at 18:39 #

    So are you saying that the version of yourself and your family you present in your articles, (DM) are fictional? That you’re just spouting out controversial versions of your life to create interest in your columns?
    Of course there is no purely literal truth in any paper, let alone an emotive right wing spinner like the DM, however you are writing about you’re own life, and putting you & your family’s reputation out there, why lie? Because you’re surely not writing this to win fans…


  14. Shona SibAry February 8, 2013 at 19:00 #

    Hi JB – This is Shona’s husband. As you should know from your MBA, and will need to know to have any hope of obtaining a doctorate, you are breaching copyright by placing the above photo of Shona in the public domain on your blog. I would also recommend you seek legal advice as you are plainly at risk of liability for defamation of character in libel form. I won’t list the instances above. Suffice to say I have legally stored an electronic copy of this blog. In particular, a court of law would take a very dim view of this sort of public commentary including reference to a minor. I have advised Shona to pass this matter to the legal department of The Daily Mail and you should hear from them in due course.

    Best regards


  15. princesspixiepointless February 8, 2013 at 19:03 #

    So is being proud of smacking your children a metaphor? Geez, the school yard name calling!!


  16. princesspixiepointless February 8, 2013 at 19:03 #

    Maybe you need a new editor?


  17. YOHAMI February 8, 2013 at 19:28 #



  18. Kai February 8, 2013 at 19:51 #

    This is truly hilarious.
    Where exactly is there defamation and libel? Shona writes that she hits her children, JB writes that Shona is a terrible mother for hitting her children. It is clear opinion backed up by only the facts that Shona herself wrote. And ‘the facts I wrote aren’t actually true, so it’s libel for you to repeat them’ is a terrible argument.
    As for reference to a minor, JB references her in a ‘you poor girl, best of luck’ sense. Her own mother states that she dresses too provocatively, is defiant, and whatnot. So who’s using problematic references to a minor?
    I would LOVE to see this come out in a legal document. 😀


  19. Kristie February 8, 2013 at 19:53 #

    I am thinking that ANY sane judge or legal professional would look at it this way: Your wife and you opened yourself up to the criticism when you went public with your personal life. You should have expected outrage when it comes to anything as controversial as “spanking” or hitting your child. Not to mention the drinking, and a 14 year old dressing provocatively in public. All of which I think is wrong. But you do not. OK fair enough, difference of opinion. JB is just stating her opinion. It is NOT defamation or slander when you open yourself up for it on a popular site like the “Daily Mail”.

    You opened yourself up for MANY people to have a PUBLIC opinion, when YOU went to the “Daily Mail” and put your own personal life in the PUBLIC DOMAIN. You chose this. You can either turn the other cheek as others comment on it, or you can choose to make yourself look even more ignorant with rants in the comments sections on others blogs.

    As to the reference of “a minor” you put her in the spotlight to begin with. Your fault, not ours. That would be like Honey Boo Boo’s mom complaining about her daughters dubious popularity on the internet. Ignorant and completely self inflicted.

    JB may not have the world’s best control on her vocabulary, but then again neither do I. Although, mine seems to only come out of my mouth and not on my keyboard. I am sure that JB is the opposite, like most people are. She is venting herself in a harmless way through words. If you don’t like it, don’t read it.

    AGAIN these are YOUR CHOICES.
    You can choose to be upset at JB’s language, but if you continue your reading of the blog it is your own choice.
    You can choose to parade your daughter’s (a minor) photo for aggrandizement (with the possibility of pedophiles and stalkers recognizing her and putting her at risk) on a public domaIn to any and all who may criticize, or you can keep your life private. YOUR CHOICE.


  20. M3 February 8, 2013 at 20:19 #

    He’s pulling the juris-my-dick-shun crap here.

    File in England. Have fun.

    Her photo is in the public domain and fair use, as both a public figure and a ‘journalist’. She did not alter the image, she did not change the image, she did not misatribute anything about the image. She didn’t color correct it, she didn’t crop it. She is using it to *IDENTIFY* Shona.

    All JB has to do is credit the source of image.

    Go fuck yourself.

    I’ll send you my bill for services rendered so you don’t have to pay huge lawyers fees chasing your own ass 😀


  21. princesspixiepointless February 8, 2013 at 20:35 #

    Hey Kristie,

    As JB’s BFF of 20 years, I must say she shows excellent control over her vocabulary,
    in this blog. Plus it keeps the Christians from re-blogging….PPP


  22. Kristie February 8, 2013 at 22:02 #

    I see nothing wrong with JB’s vocabulary, I probably swear more than her! lol but i definitely understand about keeping “certain” people from re-blogging. Since one of Shona & her husbands issues was her language I thought that I would call them out on it. I would rather be accused of have a potty mouth than be a child abuser. Sorry if that sounded critical of JB, I am actually enjoying her & your blog immensely! Keep it up JB & PPP, let the Haters hate. 🙂


  23. princesspixiepointless February 8, 2013 at 22:14 #

    I was just getting all excited Kristie. Thanks for your support. I just thought it funny, that of ALL the
    issues, points and polemics that SS could have critisized on, she focused on JB’s
    language. She clearly needs to read some of our archives.


  24. GrimGhost February 9, 2013 at 06:33 #

    If the server is in the USA, JB has a big, giant “Get out of jail free” card with regards copyright. Read up sometime what happened when the British Museum tried to sue somebody in a US Court. But please, go ahead and try to sue JB for “copyright infringement” as a thinly disguised way of silencing her — do you know how many UK solicitors will rise up and offer to represent her _pro bono_? Finally, Shona’s husband, I suggest you Google “Streisand effect.”


  25. combs2jc February 11, 2013 at 07:58 #

    I could be wrong, but I really don’t think the comment purporting to be Shona’s husband is Shona’s husband. I think it is Shona. I could be wrong, but I can’t picture any man so weak as to live in a “family” like that spouting off the way he did in the comments. Then again, he obviously does not understand the legal concept of “public figure” or “fair-use” so it is possible I guess.


  26. Shona February 18, 2013 at 22:13 #

    Oh look – my photo is still on your site. Isn’t it time up? And on the basis that one of you lives in Hackney shouldn’t you paying slightly more attention to UK law??


  27. judgybitch February 18, 2013 at 22:24 #



    Nice try, though.


  28. Goober April 12, 2013 at 17:55 #

    Vague legal threats are the Hallmark of censorious thuggery. (Hat tip Ken @ popehat.)

    Opinion isn’t libel. Unless you can point out specific false statements in what was written above, and show that it isn’t statement of opinion you’ve got nothing, laddy. Sorry to say.

    Oh, and your wife is a horrible person.


  29. Ayurvedic Yogi April 14, 2013 at 23:57 #

    “You have been left with your private Facebook”

    But JB you suggested that when sons start spending a lot of time alone in their rooms that their dads should turn them onto good porn sites so they can spend more time alone with porn. What gives?

    Flo was a bad parent for leaving her daughter alone with Facebook but leaving kids alone with porn is responsible parenting? There is no logic in that whatsoever.

    “none of it is YOUR FAULT. Never, ever blame yourself.”

    Teaching kids what they do is never ever there fault? A culture that does this will not produce any good, and that is exactly what I’m seeing. There was a time and in many cultures still, 14 year olds are taking on adult responsibilities and excelling at them. Yet in this culture we teach teens who are just a few years away from young adulthood that nothing they do is there fault?

    I also disagree Shona was wrong and abusive for slapping her 14 year old almost an adult child. Though I don’t slap my kids (lightly on the wrists a few times) and would like to think I’d never “have to” or be driven to that point, I don’t agree that a one off slap is abusive.

    It may be the exact thing Shona needed as a wake up call to finally establish boundaries.

    “And if your mother ever hits you again? Darling, punch her in the mouth. That cunt is begging for it.”

    Great JB. You are basically encouraging teenage rebellion against parental authority.

    See, this leads back to the points I was trying to make about culture and the empty glorification of anger and defiance, both of which you call “virtues”.

    Again I have to say it that this is precisely why I have uprooted my family from mainstream Anglo American culture and moved us to an area full of Asians where kids are responsible, respectful and devoid of silly notions like anger and defiance are virtues to be cultivated.


  30. Phil September 12, 2013 at 18:25 #

    Oh dear Shona, Just because of your dim witted reply above and your general stupidity I am going to post your photo on my blog and launch an online attack against you


  31. Mum of three January 31, 2014 at 16:15 #

    I’m sure that Ms Sibary knows that she is a terrible mother and is coming to understand that prostituting her children in pursuance of a “journalistic” career is itself child abuse. She writes about her behaviour mainly for the money of course (she’s always droning on about how rubbish her husband is at earning money and how she is so good at spending it – £100k on au pairs/housekeepers while bringing no income into the household – that they had to sell their house and now rent). But I think she also writes about her behaviour for some sort of self-validation – if a national newspaper publishes it and pays well for more of the same, then it can’t be that bad, she’s just another put upon middle-class victim of selfish kids, beta male husband, yada, yada yada. Anyone who comments negatively on her articles is then called out by her for being a bully – she has written at least two articles about being “trolled” by mumsnet and by commenters on the DM website. She focuses on the few critics who slate her appearance to claim victimhood again, but never addresses the 98% who find her personality lacking or who are shocked that a woman who doesn’t actually work can spend 100s of thousands of pounds on housekeepers and au pairs while losing her children’s home, and who then goes to work by humiliating her husband and by selling her children’s lives. That is why she will never address your criticisms of her JB. She yearns money and adulation and she is venal enough and so lacking in any self-awareness that she thinks she will get them from the DM and from the odd rent-a-gob appearance on daytime TV. Newsnight it ain’t.


  32. girlfridgirlaystoke October 30, 2014 at 14:58 #

    I love you. This is all. Actually, it’s not. Shona – you’re a rotten parent and a rotten human being. Stop prostituting your family to a low rent rag and lay off the vino.


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