A DMK Production
Chase and Connor are your sons and Todd is their life long best friend. You find that spanking is still effective for your sons and Todd's parents have the same opinion concerning their son. You and Todd's parents have mutual spanking permission.
The boys all attend the same high school. Todd and Connor are Sophomores and Chase is a Junior. The school allows one excused absence per school year for grades 10 and higher for the purpose of touring prospective colleges and universities. The students must make prior arrangements with the high school, have parental permission, and produce some sort of proof that the tour actually took place. All three boys are interested in the same college. They all made proper arrangements with the school and with parents and Chase made an appointment with an admissions counselor at the college and has an email conformation of the appointment with all three names on it. All seems to be in order.
Chase has his driver's license and a reliable car and so it is agreed he will drive. Chase is allowed one non-sibling passenger and so all is legal in that aspect as Connor is his sibling. The prospective college is about a two hour drive.
The boys decided last minute (the day before) to "blow off" the tour and use the day off from school as a chance to hang out in the next town over. Chase calls the admissions counselor and cancels the appointment. (Yet he still has his email "proof" and, frankly, the school does little if any follow-up on student's taking an absence for a tour day.)
Little do the boys know that you just happen to have a business meeting in the same town they have decided to hang out in. Imagine your surprise and theirs when, while on your lunch break, you see:
You naturally ask what is going on. Connor speaks for the group and says that the counselor was sick and no one informed them and they drove all the way to the college to find out the tour couldn't happen. He further says that they simply decided to stop off where they are to grab some lunch. You are skeptical but tell the boys to head on home.
Having been born at night, but not last night, you make a quick call to the admissions counselor to find out he is in perfect health and that Chase is the one who called off the appointment the day before.
When you get home, all three boys are gathered in your house playing video games and they give you a friendly greeting and return to the game.
What sort of greeting do you have planned for these three?