An Ivor Production
You have a 15 year old son, Duane.
One of Duane's chores for the last couple of years has been chopping logs. It was something he was initially very keen to do and for which you were glad not to say grateful. This is because you have a shoulder problem that makes it very difficult and painful for you to raise your arms above shoulder level. However you can still draw them back to deliver a good paddling as Duane will attest.
For the last few weeks though Duane hasn't been wood chopping and the stocks are now very low. You told him this morning it had to be done - or else.
He went outside and half an hour later you walk out to see how he is getting on. This is what you see:
Duane just sitting there and no wood chopped.
Has he put his butt on the block? Are you going to invite him into the woodshed? Or are you going to hold off the paddling threat while he has that axe in his hands?