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BOTD 12-31-2015 Thumbs Up = Pants Down? - An Ivor Production

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Skater

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Thumbs Up = Pants Down?
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You have told your 14 year old son Troy that you do not want him ever to hitch lifts.

You have been out of town for a few days on a business trip but have managed to complete it a day early and are happily driving back home. You have just passed through the nearest town to where you live and only have about ten miles to go when you see:


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Troy of course is astounded when he realises it is you who have stopped to give him a lift. He stutteringly explains that he went into town earlier but missed the bus back and there will not be another one for three hours. As he had no money left it wouldn't be much fun to spend that time in town so he decided to try and get a lift. He'd been standing there for about 20 minutes and nobody had stopped to he decided to unbutton his shirt in the hope that he might then appeal to a passing driver.

What is going to happen when you get home?


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Skater

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He may have decided to unbutton his shirt but I think it's his pants that will get unbuttoned!


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John Boy

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Skater wrote:He may have decided to unbutton his shirt  but I think it's his pants that will get unbuttoned!
ditto

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AFinch

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Unanimous, at least so far It's a very real safety violation.

Kat

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I'm going along with Skateski also.

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kalico

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Ditto Kat...,, Very Happy





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7 Pants down on Thu Dec 31, 2015 3:31 am

Justinek

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Skater wrote:He may have decided to unbutton his shirt  but I think it's his pants that will get unbuttoned!

I agree totally ...

Pi Beta

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I'm prepared to accept his explanation of all bar the unbuttoning of his shirt. We'll be having a long talk about why I don't want him trying to hitch lifts, but, hey, I stopped to pick up a hitch-hiker-him - so it seems that perhaps he should read me the riot act about the dangers of picking up hitch-hikers!

Y Lee Coyote

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He done doed [sic] wrong in a big way.  Definitely time for punishment and a review of his privileges.

As as to Pi Beta comment -- does not cut the water -- I did not stop for a stranger but my own kid.

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Jack

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I will admit to accepting rides when i was a kid, but our area was small enough that there was a chance I knew the person. More often, I would accept rides in the back of a pick up (Wow! THAT was a long time ago).

The simple fact is that he did disobey me, and the reason for this rule should be very clear. The odds are good the ride he received would have been safe, but the rules are there for a reason. I think a sore bottom is justified and deserved.


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pushkin

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Troy has had a narrow escape.   At his age he is old enough to know that there are too many nasty men around in this world without him encouraging them.  It's paddywhack time.

Y Lee Coyote

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pushkin wrote:too many nasty men around in this world without him encouraging them.
Yes, lots of chicken hawks but there are also cougars that would pounce on such a lovely twink.

Let's not be sexist.

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squarecutter

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Some bus service that is. What time of the day was it? I need Troy to know he can catch a taxi or call us and we will pay that off though it would involve a contribution from his allowance . But their are just too many predators around for him to be thumbing lifts and this the last time his behind gets away with it especially if he appears to be asking for trouble like this

StevieWeeks

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Squarecutter wrote:Some bus service that is.
Um... pretty standard for the US/Canada...

Public transit is terrible in most parts of North America except in a few major cities and all...

The boy is clearly well out in the country where it is likely to be very spotty at best.

Stevie.

Pi Beta

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Outside London and the major conurbations it's pretty poor elsewhere in the UK. Though my village adjacent to a major A Road gets one bus an hour between 6a.m. and 7.15 p.m. the neighbouring village on that same road gets just 4 buses a day in each direction while two others a couple of miles off the A Road get no scheduled bus service at all other than the school bus in term time.

Sorry, Squarecutter, but Londoners don't realise how lucky they are with their public transport system - slow though it may be because of congestion. Hence my more sympathetic response to him hitching even if my comment about his parent's "folly" was tongue in cheek.

Oh, and I've never seen anyone get the 7.15p.m. bus from the village since there's no way back from the main town other than a £40 taxi fare!



Last edited by Pi Beta on Sat Jan 02, 2016 3:12 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Adding the addendum - if that isn't tautological!)

squarecutter

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I guess as a suburbanite I should be more sympathetic. I imagine US parents spend a lot of time driving out and rescuing their marooned teenagers but Id rther that than a kid jeopardise himself this way

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