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Kourtney Kardashian mouth: Kourtney tweets 'cover your mouth' to air passenger

Kourtney Kardashian with her son, Mason
Kourtney Kardashian with her son, Mason
Photo by Ari Perilstein

Kourtney Kardashian ran her mouth on Twitter after someone on an airplane apparently tried to discipline one of her kids. This upset Kourtney -- and while it's unknown if she said anything on the plane, she had something to say about it on Twitter. On Jan. 28, Kourtney posted the following tweet:

"People on airplanes are so wild these days... Telling other people's children to cover their mouths. Cover YOUR mouth (sic)." Generally speaking, both of Kourtney's kids (Mason and Penelope) are well-behaved. On "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" the kids hardly ever need to be spoken to for acting out -- but you know how kids can be on an airplane (sometimes). And perhaps one yawned or sneezed and were told to "cover" their mouth by the passenger who felt it was their place to step in.

Telling Kourtney Kardashian's kid to cover their mouth is still inappropriate but some people just feel obligated to say something, especially when they are grumpy or in cramped quarters (like on an airplane). Plenty of people have commented on this story in support of Kourtney, but there are others who (for whatever reason) don't think that Kourtney should have tweeted about it -- that she should have just handled it on the plane.

Obviously reprimanding someone else's child is a slippery slope. People's snide comments rarely help a situation and when someone else has to speak to your kid -- it's embarrassing. Do you think Kourtney felt attacked? Do you agree that strangers shouldn't interfere with your kids?

Is Kourtney Kardashian's "cover YOUR (sic) mouth" comment respectable?

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