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BOTD 05-10-2013 Blast from the Past -Smoking - An Ivor Production

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Skater


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Blast from the Past - Smoking

An Ivor Production

These are your two sons - 14 year old Ethan on the right and 13 year old Nathan in the car.

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Bearing in mind the date of the photo - are they in for a 'whuppin' for smoking?

Would your answer be different if you later found out they had taken the cigarettes from your packet?


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Kat


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Yes, they'd be in for a whuppin' and the only difference finding out they took my cigarettes would make is the whuppin' would be longer. Those boys just look like they need a whuppin', even without the cigarettes.

Kat

AFinch


Sherrif
Ditto Kat. At that time period, there is no doubt they'd be in for a whuppin, even if mom and dad each smoked 4 packs a day.

John Boy


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Yes they are in for a whuppin.

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David M. Katz


Marshall
1. Yep
2. Nope


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John Boy


Sherrif
David M. Katz wrote:1. Yep
2. Nope
Didn't see the second part but I can definitely ditto Katz.

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1strappedboy


Sherrif
Kat utterly nailed this one!!

They do have 'that look', don't they?

As to the time period question, it won't make one iota of difference in the whether or not I spank nor the quality of same.

As to the question posed, Kat is right about it 'raising the stakes' and Doc nailed the "hypocrisy component" perfectly. It doesn't matter how much I smoke, you do not!!!

kalico


Sherrif
Very Happy joining my "K" club....



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talebearer


Cowboy
1. Yes.
2. Hell, yes.

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Padraig


Trailboss
1 yes
2 not possible

squarecutter


Sherrif
They are getting a whuppin with the strap all right. ann d think it might be worse if they the ciggies from my packet. I don' think hypocaracy will cross this fathers mind and I doubt it will cross the boys' minds to point it out neither!

Jack


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I got more than one whuppin, when I was a kid, for this exact thing. I'm sure I'll be passing it on to my kids. The only question is, will it be the strap or the switch? I don't think swiping the smokes from my pack would be the difference, but if I'm still me, it's probably going to be switch, just so I get to watch them skinny out of those jeans and their briefs, then pick a couple. Twisted Evil

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Stone Man


Marshall
Need to beat the dirt off them so this is as good a reason as any for doing it.

ivor


Marshall
I'm quite surprised by the responses to this one as I didn't think kids smoking was regarded as such a major offence back then. Not quite sure of the date of the pic as I'm no expert on vintage US cars, but I'd guess 50s?

Perhaps it was different in US to UK but I'd have expected the father to be more excised over the stealing of his cigs rather than the actual smoking.

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AFinch


Sherrif
Ivor, at least in the 1960s in California, kids smoking was on par with committing capital murder. At that time, nearly everyone's PARENTS smoked, but for a kid to do so was an invitation for ultimate sanction.

Do as I say, not as I do, was (and still is) very much in force in most households.

Stone Man


Marshall
AFinch wrote:Ivor, at least in the 1960s in California, kids smoking was on par with committing capital murder. At that time, nearly everyone's PARENTS smoked, but for a kid to do so was an invitation for ultimate sanction.

Do as I say, not as I do, was (and still is) very much in force in most households.


True in the 50's as well in Maine, Mass, NY where I lived or had relatives. Had my share of friends who got to "smoke a pack" with their dads until they were sick as can be imagined, and heard stories from others who felt their dads' belts on their backsides for the first time because of trying smoking.

AFinch


Sherrif
I was in the former group, Cap, though much younger.

My mom was a chain smoker (and remained one until she had her first radiation treatment for breast cancer, at which point she became totally intolerant of anyone smoking around her). I remember at least three times when I was accidentally burned with her lit cigarette while tagging along behind her.

When I was five I asked: "Mommy, can I try your cigarette?" "Sure, but you have to inhale." I did, deep breath. Turned green, puked my guts out, and never wanted to be near another cigarette in any form. I think it was good parenting--today it would be called "abuse". I am sure, though, that if I'd tried smoking on my own, I'd have been toast, even at 16. I remember a coworker in the early 80's (so I was in my mid-20's) who was my age and absolutely terrified when her mother discovered she smoked.

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