You still feel insecure about some things about which he often teased you.
As a father, with two sons of your own, you know that boys are sometimes going to fight, if for no other reason than the close confines into which they're often forced. Instead of trying to prevent that, you teach them to discuss rather than fight, and to fight fairly when they must. You especially limit certain words that either shouldn't be used at all while fighting, like 'gay', referring to things they can't help, like 'red-headed step-child' or 'zit face', and to areas which are often self-fulfilling prophecy's, like stupid.
Your two sons, Bud - 13, and Stan - 11, have recently been running a scam on you to get screen time beyond your normal allowances (and possibly to web sites outside your parental settings). You pretty much realized what happened, but tried to give the kids a warning that you were on to them, before you caught them red-handed and were forced to act.
They didn't take the warning, and so now, red-handed has been transformed to red-bottomed.
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As they leave, you hear Bud address his little brother.
"I told you he'd catch us if you kept doing that. This is all your fault, stupid."
Is it all stupid's fault, or is it time to remind someone about other rules?