An Ivor Production
You have recently had new furniture delivered. You have told your 11 year old son Kirk that he needs to keep his feet off as opposed to the old furniture where you took a relaxed view to him sitting in chairs with his feet on them or even climbing over them. You told him that if you found him with his feet on any of the chairs he'd be bending over the arm of it while you apply your trusty slipper to his rear.
All went well for a few days but today you enter the room and see:
When you tell Kirk to get down from there and get over the arm of the chair he protests saying that he isn't wearing any shoes so that doesn't count.
Do you consider that to be bare faced cheek or will his bare cheeks escape the dreaded slipper?