A John Boy Production
You have a nine year old son, Horton. Horton is very athletic, full of energy and is highly competitive in everything.
You have invited all of the family over for a cookout. All of your nieces and nephews, Horton's cousins, are present. The kids range in ages from five to twelve. The kids decide to play a game of football. Because of the age and size differences the kids are told to play touch football and there is to be no tackling. The older kids are told to be mindful of the younger ones.
Horton, being competitive, quickly starts playing roughly. You warn Horton to calm things down. Horton does calm himself for a short time but soon starts pushing and tackling the other kids again. You go to Horton and give him a slap on the rear and remind him again of the rules. You tell Horton that if he can't play by the rules that a real spanking will result.
Your older brother's daughter is also nine. Your niece, like her cousin, is very competitive and athletic. She is playing football as well and she starts playing roughly and is tackling others. Taking a cue from his cousin, Horton again starts playing roughly again and he tackles this niece in the process. She immediately starts crying and says Horton hurt her.
It is now your turn to call the next play.