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17 April 2017 - After Dinner Entertainment?

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1 17 April 2017 - After Dinner Entertainment? on Sun Apr 16, 2017 4:58 pm

Jack

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Today, you and your family are visiting your parents to celebrate Easter. You told your oldest son, Kerry (13) to leave his 3DS portable gaming system at home. He pointed out that the drive was long, and his younger siblings would be annoying. You countered with the fact that there would be kids there his own age, and you wanted him to be social. There's no reason Kerry can't or shouldn't be social, and he enjoys himself when he is, but he prefers to jump straight into a game without giving anything else a chance. You finally agree to allow him to take the game, but that he will turn it over to his Mom and be kept in her purse, until the return home that evening.

Now you and Kerry are in your parents bedroom.


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After dinner, you noticed Kerry had disappeared. When he'd been gone about twenty minutes (that you'd noticed) you went looking for him. You finally found him on the floor, in your old bedroom. It's now your Dad's office, and Kerry really isn't supposed to be in there. He certainly wasn't supposed to take his game from his mother's purse without permission (or dig in her purse at all). And he definitely disobeyed you.

Now you've informed Kerry that he's to drop his pants and boxers and lay over the side of the bed. You've already started removing your belt when he starts to beg forgiveness. The house isn't that big, he knows he'll yell and cry, and even the sound of the belt might be heard.

"I'm really sorry, but please don't whip me."

Does he get another chance?


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AFinch

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For consistency sake, and with multiple violations, he shouldn't.

But it's Easter and I'm a pushover. Final warning.

Y Lee Coyote

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I don’t think that the entire family needs to know of this transgression.  That certainly would not add to the pleasantness of the social gathering.   Kerry is not likely to be at all social after any CP.

The gaming system returns to mom’s purse until after his strapping back home.

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18Smacked

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Only because it is Easter, I will make a one-time exception to all my other actions. I will let Kerry know, in absolute terms, what a gift this is- "never before have I been so generous!" - and I will let it all pass, except I will keep the game system on me for the rest of the day (discretely locking it in the car trunk where he will not be able to access it, until we are all home once again).

Depending upon his actions the rest of the day, I may even give him a pass on spanking him at home. I will not give him notice of this, however; I will evaluate his actions once we are all home, and then decide what is appropriate.

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ivor

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I'll line up with Kier and YLC, although I might chukka away his 3DS system........

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MemoryMan

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Once he's over the bed he can suffer a single full strength whack.  The DS will be replaced where it was and Kerry will be told that we'll discuss the incident again when we get home.

Depending on his behaviour for the rest of the day he may get a pass, or a reduced sentence, but he won't know this in advance.

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Jack

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I would probably have avoided even threatening CP at a family gathering like this - at least for something that wasn't pretty major. While I don't remember it happening to me, I know that some of my younger brothers and cousins were in this type of situation, and it didn't just leave them upset for the whole day, but some of the rest of the family as well.

At 13, he can safely wait until we get home. I'll tell him I'm not promising anything, but that, as long as I don't see him with the game again, we don't have to decide anything now.

I think he is going to get spanked, if for no other reason than getting into his mom's purse without permission.

Also, I need to talk to him about why he'd rather spend time with the game than with his cousins. I'm an introvert, but I really enjoyed when I could get together with Evan and Andy (relatives who were about my age, but whom I didn't see that often). Is there something else going on, is he even more introverted than me, or is he really just spending too much time with the darned game?


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I think he deserves a whacking for getting into his mothers purse but when he starts pleadng I think will offer him a choce of losing his device for a week or taking his medicine when we get home. It wont alter that I am NOT at all happy with his behaviour

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I'm going with Kier on this. In my own time, I always took a book along, and I'm grateful no one insisted I be social. All the nagging in the world won't change an introvert into an extrovert; nor will a person who longs to be doing something else sparkle socially because someone deprives him of his game. (Yeah, I do see why Kerry in the scenario has his game out of reach.) Kerry shouldn't have gone into his mom's purse, but I think it was a mistake to put his whatchamacallit in the purse. He wasn't snooping or stealing -- just disobedience. Razz We'll have a discussion about the iniquity of going into a woman's purse without permission.

Kat

10 Re: 17 April 2017 - After Dinner Entertainment? on Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:29 am

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There's no reason Kerry can't or shouldn't be social, and he enjoys himself when he is, but he prefers to jump straight into a game without giving anything else a chance.

Kerry doesn't appear to be introverted, just addicted and lacking in good manners.  It would seem to be becoming necessary to restrict his games time.

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David M. Katz

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No spanking but loss of DS for a couple of days. Apology to Mom for violation of the purse.


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