Three of your guests are Clint Goodens, your 13-year old neighbor from across the street, and Nolan and Clayton Marchant, who are 13 and 12-years old. All three of them are very energetic boys, and they'd been hoping to get outside to play some today.
Those three boys, along with your 13-year old son, Parker, your 13-year old next door neighbor, and a couple of others are avid skateboarders, and all of them have made trips across your lap for various board-related offenses - usually not wearing safety equipment when practicing tricks.
While you're moving around, trying to make sure everything is all right, you hear a commotion from your dining room, and then a crash, followed by the tinkle of broken glass. You rush in to find the three boys staring at each other. Clint is sitting on his rear, and a skateboard that you're pretty sure is his, is sticking out of your china cabinet - through the now shattered door, lying among the glass of the door and the shattered remain of several of the soup bowls from your Sunday Dinner dishes.
Clint swears he wasn't actually practicing tricks. They were just taking their boards out to the patio to see if there was room out there, and he dropped his board. Instead of picking it up, he decided to kick it up, except he went down, and the board went up and out.
To be honest, you've never actually said, 'don't do board tricks in the house', since you really didn't think it was required. To his credit, Clayton is actually carrying his safety equipment.
So, will the boys remain bored, or is it time for them to be board?