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BOTD 01-24-2014 Just Some Fun for Talbot? An Ivor Production

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Skater


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Just some Fun for Talbot?
An Ivor Production
One of your son Talbot's chores has been to wash your car. He did it for some years with a lack of enthusiasm, but that changed somewhat  after he passed his 14th birthday. Since then the job was approached much more enthusiastically in the expectation that you would allow him to drive it once he attained 15 years. (You live in Texas btw)

Tomorrow is his 15th birthday and Talbot has gone out to clean the car especially so it looks good when he takes it out tomorrow. You look out the window and see:

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You call Talbot over and tell him that because he is still acting like a child you are not going to let him drive for a month. He is naturally upset, agrees that what he did was childish and asks you to treat him like a child and give him a paddling instead.

Talbot hasn't been paddled for a couple of months now, but you both consider that option is still on the table if needed.

Your decision is:


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Skater


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Where's my Paddle.. dropem and bend over!


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AFinch


Sherrif
Sorry, I don't get it.

Is his heinous crime "washing the car" with a soapy swimsuit? If that's all, I'm an ogre. No paddle. No delay of license. No anything, other than a good shower when he's done, and a "thank you" for doing a good job.

David M. Katz


Marshall
Is the car damaged? If not then why is this even a punishable offense?

It all looks harmless to me and I think a verbal warning would suffice. It is, in my opinion, NBD.

No paddling and he drives on schedule.


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Stone Man


Marshall

That looks like fun.... Is there a reason that I'm being such a grouch? He looks soaped up enough to slip and slide anywhere he wants. His trunks should be soft enough to not scratch the finish and he doesn't look like he weighs enough to cause a wrinkle. So...?

On the other hand, if Talbot has somehow damaged the car I will most certainly lay on the paddle with gusto. There won't likely be many more chances to bare the boy, so I best have fun (did I say that?) while I can.

So I shall dry him off.... Anyone out there for evening him out??? What a Face 

Kat


Editor Extraordinaire
Well, if he's volunteering for a paddling... Twisted Evil Actually, I think I'd better lighten up a little. I don't think any punishment is needed.

Kat

Jkher


Trailboss
Aw! All Talbots are angels! How could you touch that one Suspect ?

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Kittykat


Deputy
I'm afraid I don't get the reason to punish him either? Unless I've told him previously not to do this?

pushkin


Cowboy
Looks to me like an illustration from 101 Different Ways to Clean a Car - and how to clean yourself at the same time.   Nothing that a good dose of cold fresh water couldn't finish off for both car and boy.

kalico


Sherrif
Nope! I'm gonna stop being grouchy and go and join in the fun as there won't be to many more chances the o,der he gets.

I get wanting him to show me he can be more resposible but really?

Hugs kal

MemoryMan


Sherrif
Oh dear!  

Since I'm such a stickler for the terms of these scenarios I have to assume so many guises ............... "Of course I'll paddle you Talbot.  But since you've been so childish we'll start off with a long hand spanking across my knees, now off you inside and drop 'em ready."  Twisted Evil

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Pi Beta


Deputy
I'm not turning down his suggestion - once a cold hosepipe has swilled both the car and him off

Padraig


Trailboss
Assuming that there's no damage I don't really see any punishable offense. However, such a good looking lad...  Twisted Evil 

squarecutter


Sherrif
Not sure what he's done wrong but the car better be spotless or else. If there is something amiss I will paddle rather than ground him. The birthday spanking the next day should be interesting Evil or Very Mad  May be he won't want to sit in a car!

Kai


Deputy
I am with Jkher on this one  Smile 

Emlyn Morgan


Trailboss
Car bodies are easily dented. I'm going to whack him!

squarecutter


Sherrif
pushkin wrote:Looks to me like an illustration from 101 Different Ways to Clean a Car - and how to clean yourself at the same time.   Nothing that a good dose of cold fresh water couldn't finish off for both car and boy.
Polish and wax or just whacks?

Jack


Admin
My decision is to stand me in a corner until I get some sense.

Seriously, because he's having fun with a job, I won't let him drive for a month?

Going with the scenario, I hope his sadness and apology shock me to my senses.


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Iconoclast


Trailboss
AFinch wrote:Sorry, I don't get it.

Is his heinous crime "washing the car" with a soapy swimsuit?  If that's all, I'm an ogre.  No paddle.  No delay of license.  No anything, other than a good shower when he's done, and a "thank you" for doing a good job.

I agree! I should am glad he is willing to wash the car at all, I will not worry that he does it in a way which I no longer can, because I am getting old!

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Skater


Bransom Postmaster
You go outside an look at the car. There is a dent in the hood where Talbot has landed on siding down from the roof. It might come out without okay, but then again it might not.

You call Talbot over and tell him that because he is still acting like a child you are not going to let him drive for a month. He is naturally upset, agrees that what he did was childish and asks you to treat him like a child and give him a paddling instead.

Talbot hasn't been paddled for a couple of months now, but you both consider that option is still on the table if needed.


Now what with this change? (Sorry Ivor)


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Stone Man


Marshall
Talbot is old enough to be able to postpone any punishment without it upsetting his life completely. So lets find out if the dent can be repaired and how much it will cost and how much Talbot will be funding from his funds.

Even if the dent is unrepairable do to my unrealistic perfection standards, I see no reason to ban Talbot from driving. If that means I must paddle him instead, I shall sally forth and do my parental duty.  What a Face 

MemoryMan


Sherrif
Skater wrote:


Now what with this change? (Sorry Ivor)

I've already nailed it.  Very Happy Very Happy cheers

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squarecutter


Sherrif
Ok ,it was foolish and I will paddle Talbot. I wont ground him but his first drive (When he's been dried out Exclamation) will be to take us to the garage to find out the cost of this bit of foolishness

Jack


Admin
If a kid is in a hurry to watch TV, but has to clear the table first, and so he picks up everything on the table, trying to do it all and once, and something drops and breaks --- that's a foreseeable accident. I don't see denting the hood by sliding down the window as foreseeable. It's regrettable, and something he'd best not repeat, but it looked like fun to me, so why should I complain?


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ivor


Marshall
Jack wrote:If a kid is in a hurry to watch TV, but has to clear the table first, and so he picks up everything on the table, trying to do it all and once, and something drops and breaks --- that's a foreseeable accident.  I don't see denting the hood by sliding down the window as foreseeable.  It's regrettable, and something he'd best not repeat, but it looked like fun to me, so why should I complain?

But the first is the consequence of an action that had to be done whereas there was no need to slide down the roof of the car while cleaning it.

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