HomePolitical NewsLittle Girl Puts Classmate in Headlock After He Asks Her to Marry Him Keely Sharp December 2, 2019 Will you marry me? Kynlee McFetridge of St. Charles, Missouri was not keen on the idea of her classmate's marriage proposal, and she made it known by putting the poor lad in a headlock at school! Three-year-old Kynlee's teacher caught her putting classmate Jack into a headlock after he professed his love for the precious little girl. Judging by her response, I'd say she was not thrilled about it. When asked about why she she channeled her inner John Cena, Kylee said, "I took a headlock down on Jack and took him down because kids don’t get married so that’s why I put a headlock down on him." Her father, Scott, said that he learned about the incident when he picked his daughter up from school and saw that she was 'on pink' on the color-coded behavior chart. He knew at that point that she'd misbehaved in some fashion. He said that the teacher laughed as she retold the story of Kynlee's WWE tournament, and he struggled not to laugh along. "I was trying to be a good dad and reprimand her, but it was pretty hilarious," Scott said. "It was hard for me to stop laughing and put her in timeout but we made it happen.’ Scott McFetridge said he began wrestling with his daughter to help her get stronger after she was born with a heart condition that required operation when she was five-months old," her father continued. "It’s not like I taught her (a headlock). 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," he added. Kynlee realizes what she did wrong now, and became "really good buddies" with Jack. Perhaps one day, they will end up married and can look back on the hilarity that began their relationship. Scott concluded, "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." As the mother of a little girl, I must say I agree completely! I hope my daughter can do that when she's older as well!