Freddie, the boys' mom, is pretty proud, and has never been willing to accept 'charity' from you. She does allow the boys to take obvious hand-me-downs, she allows you to get them (reasonably small) Christmas presents, and she does allow them to go to Arlington with you for your annual visit to Six Flags, Hurricane Harbor, and other amusements (since they have season passes, and since they sleep in with your boys, so the only added expense is food).
She's also allowed you to help with discipline over the years. For a while, she sent the two boys to you if she felt they needed a sore backside. After a while, she decided that was unfair to you and the boys, so she started using alternate consequences, though she never told you that you couldn't spank the boys while they were at your house (which had been included with the previous deals). It's actually not been that long since you've spanked Clint, though Chuck hasn't earned himself one in a long while. On the other hand, Chuck is aware that your older boys (even older than himself) are still subject to CP, though it's usually one choice for them.
Now that he's 16, Chuck has a job, and he opted to only go to Arlington with you for a couple of days, rather than taking extra time off. That meant he was home to care for your animals during part of the trip. He did that Sunday evening, Monday morning, Tuesday evening, Wednesday, Thursday, and until you arrived home Friday afternoon. You normally pay him a base of twenty dollars, plus ten dollars a day, and you usually throw in a bonus because he always does a great job.
When you arrived home this past week, Chuck has done a great job with the animals, but not so great elsewhere. He has permission to have one friend (another boy you know well) over with him while he does his work, and they have permission to use your pool or your game room while they're there. You also allow him to snack.
This time, for the first time since he's been handling these things for you (this is the fourth year), he left a mess. He obviously cooked some pizza rolls, because the cookie sheet is still atop the oven. Plates and glasses are in the sink. Water was ran on them, but they weren't rinsed. The water is starting to grow things, and the plates look like they'll need a good scrubbing. Up in the teens room, where Chuck and his friend were playing video games, there's a bit of miscellaneous trash near the controllers.
When you mention these things to Chuck, he acts a bit embarrassed. He explains it was Wednesday morning, and he and his friend got busy, he lost track of time, and had to rush to get to work.
"I meant to come back and clean up. I guess I forgot."
Is this going to effect Chuck's paycheck (or rear end) in any way?