A DMK Production
Your thirteen year old son, Carter, is typically a well-behaved kid but sometimes a spanking is needed. Usually a warning that Carter is about to cross the line is all that is needed.
Lately Carter has been sort of withdrawn and moody. You have tried to talk to Carter but he blows you off and says he is fine. You chalk the attitude and moodiness up to puberty and, since nothing has really risen to the level of being a problem, you let it go.
This morning Carter is in an especially bad state and starts getting mouthy with you about his plans for the day. Carter is starting to cross the line and so you issue your standard warning, "Do you want a spanking, young man?"
That is usually enough to bring Carter in line. The question is meant to be a warning and is rhetorical. You start to walk away from the situation and you think you hear Carter say something. You turn around and see Carter now has tears running down his cheeks and he mumbles out an answer to you, "Yes, I do?"
What do you do?