Preschool Girl Puts Classmate In Headlock After He Proposed To Her


A 3-year-old girl is giving “girl power” a whole new meaning, after teachers found Kynlee McFetridge clinching her fellow preschooler, Jack, in a headlock.

When questioned why she did it, Kynlee stressed to her mother, Kristen McFetridge that it was because lil’ Jack had asked for her hand in marriage. She captured the entire conversation on tape, which has gone viral since. “I took a headlock down on Jack and took him down,” a pleased Kynlee spoke to her mum. “Because kids don’t get married so that’s why I put a headlock down on him.”

Kynlee’s father, Scott McFetridge stated he first caught wind of his daughter’s UFC move when he went to the school to pick her up and noticed that she was on the ‘bad behavior chart.’ The teacher chuckled as she narrated Kynlee’s headlock attack and McFetridge expressed it took everything in him not to bust out laughing. “I was trying to be a good dad and reprimand her, but it was pretty hilarious,” he noted. “It was hard for me to stop laughing and put her in timeout but we made it happen.”

McFetridge explained he first began wrestling with Kynlee as a way to build her coordination and strength after she underwent open heart surgery at 5-months old. “It’s not like I taught her [a headlock],” McFetridge claimed. “I was just trying to get her stronger and coordinated and I guess she figured out what I was doing and I didn’t really realize she learned it. Every dad wants their little girl to put a headlock down on a boy, especially one who had a rough start like her. Hopefully she can still do that in about 12 years.”


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