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BOTD 07-19-2015 "Flowers: For Mom - A DMK Production

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Skater


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"Flowers" For Mom
A DMK Production

Your six year old son, Jeremy, likes to pick flowers and bring them to his mother.  When it is the occasional dandelion or wildflower from the field behind your house it is sweet.  However, Jeremy has expanded his gifts to include "flowers" from your neighbor's garden.  Your neighbor is obviously understanding that Jeremy is young but he has discussed the problem with you as he was losing one to two plants a day to Jeremy's generosity.

You walked with Jeremy and showed him what flowers he could pick and which ones he couldn't pick.  You specifically told Jeremy that he was not to pick any "flowers" from your neighbor's garden.  Jeremy seemed to understand and has not raided the neighbor's garden for two weeks.

Today Jeremy shows up with a gift for his mother:

JEREMY - 6 (With his newest gift)
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It is a plant from your neighbor's garden.

What do you do?


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Skater


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answer = "stingoors" (x 6)


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John Boy


Sherrif
Skater wrote:answer = "stingoors" (x 6)
ditto and he gets to help my neighbor plant a replacement.

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StevieWeeks


Trailboss
He can pull all of those he likes out of my garden 'cause it's a particularly tenacious and obnoxious weed...

Iconoclast


Trailboss
StevieWeeks wrote:He can pull all of those he likes out of my garden 'cause it's a particularly tenacious and obnoxious weed...

I like your answer Stevie!!

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Kat


Editor Extraordinaire
It's nice that he happened to pull up a weed but unless the neighbor gave him permission, I have to stick with Skateski. I don't think Jeremy can really distinguish between weeds and cultivated plants; and he has seemingly disobeyed. I need to check further to determine if the weed was pulled with the neighbor's agreement.

Kat

AFinch


Sherrif
I agree with Kat. I'll check first with the neighbor. If he didn't have explicit permission, he's disobeyed, and gets an age appropriate mild spanking.

David M. Katz


Marshall
I had no idea that was a weed.

Does that make a difference?


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ivor


Marshall
It appears to have its root so I suspect that if necessary it could still be replanted, although if it I a weed that won't be necessary........

That aside I have to go with Kat and check first with my neighbour before deciding on what action to take, but on the face of things some stingoors do seem likely.

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Jack


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I'm going to ask what he did, and what he was told.  Then we'll be baring his little rear, so he can have a rosy bottom when he presents flowers to his mom.

Edit: I knew it wasn't a flower, but wasn't aware it was a weed. If he tells me the neighbor told him he could have it, I will, of course, confirm that instead of spanking. Otherwise... No


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squarecutter


Sherrif
I think Skaters answer the right one. I also like the idea of Jeremy helping his neighbour plant another one. If it carries on after that we go on to Jacks idea

talebearer


Cowboy
Agree with Jack -- though I wonder if it's an herb, rather than a weed. It looks rather healthy. If it's not a weed, if it's something the neighbor was cultivating, then yes he has earned some flower color. flower

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Y Lee Coyote


Cowboy
This city boy does not know if it is a weed or not.  From the way Jeremy is holding it I don't think that it is thorny (which would make it being a weed more likely).

What I can see is that the root is dirt/soil free which means that after it was extracted from the ground the roots were cleaned off.  I doubt that a little kid would do that which is done when removing weeds from a garden.

I want to know a lot more before even yelling at the lad.

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1strappedboy


Sherrif
Um, I dunno; looks like a tomato plant to this ex-farm boy!! That being said, I'm in the camp with those adding a few 'roses' to his cheeks to reinforce the 'no picking from the neighbor's garden' and trying to replant the thing and hope it takes root again. Otherwise he's going to replace and replant a replacement.

StevieWeeks


Trailboss
Um, I dunno; looks like a tomato plant to this ex-farm boy!!
I thought of that too, but the leaves don't look right - I'm pretty sure it's a weed...

Too bad it's not poison ivy acause that'd teach him a lesson or two...

(Stevie knew a boy who wiped his bottom with poison ivy once and all)

Pi Beta


Deputy
Im in the weed camp - and in certain weather/soil conditions, pulling up a plant does bring it out with the roots virtually soil free.

Perhaps my answer should be to spank him for bringing weeds to his mum!

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