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BOTD 15 April 2013 - Is Disobedience It's Own Reward?

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Jack


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Your ten-year old son, Andy, is a bit of a clown, a bit of a daredevil, and a bit of an explorer.


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He's athletic, energetic, and a real handful. You tend to use extra chores and time outs as your regular punishment, because most of Andy's misbehavior is more due to lack of thought than real trouble or bad intent. However, you do reserve corporal punishment for more serious problems and things like disobedience, and he gets a sore bottom about once every month or six weeks or so.

Over spring break, over a month ago now, Andy and some of his friends were playing in your boat, and some minor damage occurred. No one ever confessed, so you let Andy off by making him help you with the repair, but he was also forbidden to be in/on the boat if you weren't around.

Today, you heard a noise from your garage and went out to find that Andy had ignored that instruction, with this result...


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He explains to you that he wasn't in the boat and that he wasn't playing at all. He has a flat on his bike, and he decided it was easier to use the boat ladder, then walk around the edge to get the flat repair kit than to get you or the step ladder.

When you remind Andy of exactly what you'd forbidden you to do, you can tell he kind of knows he did disobey you, though he swears he didn't remember you saying it like that. Has he learned his lesson, or does he need something more to remember?

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1strappedboy


Sherrif
May the powers have mercy upon us, another Darren in our midst!!

If I had a penny for every time I had to suppress a chuckle before I smacked him I'd be a millionaire!

No difference here; with a bit of twinkle to my eye I'll light up his rear with a warning to be careful in the future and an admonition to listen to what he's told. (Not that I have any illusions that we'll not soon be back here!!) basically a good kid with an adventurous streak, I kind of understand/feel for him.



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squarecutter


Sherrif
Memo to self. Put the bile repair kit in Andys range so he doesn't need to pull stupid stunts to get at it(assuming that was really what he was after.) Its not one of those things that needs to be kept out of range. Memo to Andy through his backside. The boat, and it equipment is off limits and I hope the stingers across your pants will be enough of a shot across the bows, Next time I will really mean it

David M. Katz


Marshall
squarecutter wrote:Memo to self. Put the bile repair kit in Andys range so he doesn't need to pull stupid stunts to get at it(assuming that was really what he was after.) Its not one of those things that needs to be kept out of range. Memo to Andy through his backside. The boat, and it equipment is off limits and I hope the stingers across your pants will be enough of a shot across the bows, Next time I will really mean it

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ivor


Marshall
I think a metaphorical shot across the bows rather than a real taste of the bosun's pussy is all that is needed here.

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John Boy


Sherrif
I think we shall talk some more. I have a feeling he will wind up with a sore butt. I will however give him the option of spending next weekend doing lots of extra chores. I am sure his shirt will be up before I finish my options.

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Stone Man


Marshall
Once I confirm my boy isn't serious injured, I'm going to find it hard keep from laughing. Then I'm going for the camera.

No matter what I actually said, what Andy hear me say was to "not play on the boat" and nothing about not using it as an easier way to get to tools and supplies.

He's most definitely in for stingoors across the stern and a clarification of what I meant concerning the boat.

Then I'll help him fix his bike.

Dang he's cute!

Kat


Editor Extraordinaire
Count me in with the group in favor of stingoors as a warning.

Kat

AFinch


Sherrif
Me too

kalico


Sherrif
Very Happy Me three!!!



hugs kal

Jack


Admin
Andy's already going to be pretty mad at me for laughing the entire time I was taking the picture, rather than just getting him down. With that in mind, I really should just remind him of the rules. However, I don't think I'll be able to resist giving a few swats to stimulate his memory.

Square - at 10-years old, a lot of stuff was out of my reach with no better alternative to put it. Then again, he did have a ladder available, he just chose not to use it.

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Padraig


Trailboss
Jack wrote:Andy's already going to be pretty mad at me for laughing the entire time I was taking the picture, rather than just getting him down.

Especially since we will have a talk with him still in this position (as long as he isn't in danger of any real harm)... Twisted Evil

JTT


Cowboy
After I stop laughing, he will get a few sharp swats! Very Happy

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