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BOTD 6/27/13 "A Matter Of Interpretation" A Memory Man Production

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David M. Katz

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A Matter of Interpretation
A Memory Man Production

You are spending a weekend away at the coast with your wife's sister and husband and your ten year old sons.  It has been a long drive and you are still unpacking the car at the hotel as your wives sort out the rooms when the boys ask to run down to look at the sea for a few minutes.  You are planning to dine as soon as you've unpacked and refuse permission.

You are less than gruntled when your son Peter expresses his disappointment in a way that is dangerously close (for him) to throwing a tantrum; but you let it pass.  You relax and permit yourself a smile when Sean, your nephew, gets a cheeky glint in his eye, draws his six shooters and drops you both stone dead.



Sean - 10

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You clasp your chest and stagger but are surprised when your rather volatile brother-in-law roars "How dare you finger me like that?" as he grabs Sean and starts hauling down his pants.

You don't know Sean as well as his dad .... could it really have been a surreptitious fingering?  Or are you going stick with your interpretation and intercede on Sean's behalf?



Last edited by David M. Katz on Wed Jun 26, 2013 5:48 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : This wonderful new formatting system.)


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AFinch

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I'm going to intercede. From the photo, that's his INDEX finger. The "bird finger" is clearly flexed down. And if they're the insane types who believe a kid "shooting" anyone with his index finger is an act of gun violence, clearly they aren't related to me, no matter what the DNA says.

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Agree AFinch!!

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David M. Katz

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Sean needs rescuing and my brother-in-law needs a time out.


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Oh good lord, MM, you are channeling my brother Mikhail!!

After I get him calmed down, I'll try to deflect his anger and let my poor beleaguered nephew have some fun this weekend. After all, it appears he's not 'shooting the bird' and I'm ok with his 6 shooters! As to my own little guy who almost tossed a tantrum, I'll let him know he's skating on thin ice. I may threaten to turn him over to his uncle!

That should quell the riot on his part. Let's have a nice time here, guys!

Kat

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I'm with everyone else. B-i-l needs to chill.

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I concur as well

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kalico

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Im with everery one else on this!!!



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ditto Wink

LilMoritz

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I think same as all
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Jack

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Maybe this has to do with which side of the pond you're on, but 'huh?'

I have no idea what my BIL's problem with this is, but I'm bringing it to a stop right now. At the very least, BIL is not spanking his son in front of me and my son. I'm going to take him aside and quietly explain that. I will then also point out that I just cut my son some slack for much worse before, and remind him that we're all probably tired and uncomfortable from the drive, and it would probably be best to cut the boy some slack, so as not to ruin the evening for us all.

The fact that this guy is 'roaring' and 'grabbing' his ten-year old son suggests I'm keeping a close eye on him and having a talk my SIL. In the meantime, I'll suggest leaving the unpacking until after dinner - we need to get out of here for a bit.

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Am interceding. The boy did not flip his Dad the bird and it certainly looked like a childish bit of fun. I think everyone needs to unwind a bit from the journey and may be leaving it half an hour before dinner would do us all some good. I hope B.i.l will lighten up. This is meant to be a holiday. Meantime I will try to jolly Peter into a better mood and steer him away from forcing something that could sour the whole of the first evening.

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Jack wrote:Maybe this has to do with which side of the pond you're on, .

The bird finger is not much used over here - but increasing.

The traditional time honoured equivalent is the reversed Churchillian "V" sign.

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MemoryMan wrote:
Jack wrote:Maybe this has to do with which side of the pond you're on, .

The bird finger is not much used over here - but increasing.

The traditional time honoured equivalent is the reversed Churchillian "V" sign.

That's what I thought, but I couldn't think of a reason SIL's husband would have freaked out so much over a playful gesture otherwise.

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