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1 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Thu Apr 27, 2017 5:03 pm

Jack

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This is your son, eleven-year old Dwight.

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You have no idea who the rabbit is.

"He followed me home.  I'm not sure where he came from, but he's so cute.  Please can we keep him?"

Dwight might not have an idea from where the rabbit came (though he's showing his tells that say he might be bending the truth a bit), but you might have a hint.

You call a fellow down the street, Jack.  You know one of Jack's kids has some pet rabbits.  Sure enough, one of them is missing, and they've been searching everywhere for him.

"But he has EIGHT rabbits, and I just wanted one!" Dwight replies.

What happens next?



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2 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Thu Apr 27, 2017 5:30 pm

Adric

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Unfortunately for Dwight, I have explained to him in the past what theft is, and what happens when he steals things.  So Dwight gets the spanking that he has been told to expect, and then we go together to return the rabbit and for Dwight to apologize for the theft.  I'll be there to make sure the apology has the right tone of sincerity.

Oh yeah, and there was this lie ...
Jack wrote:He followed me home.  I'm not sure where he came from, ...
That's good for another spanking after we get home from returning the rabbit.

Poor Dwight is learning these lessons the hard way.

... unless, of course, the rabbit had escaped and Dwight really did find it as he says.  We'll have to figure that out before we get too far into crime and punishment scenario.



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3 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Thu Apr 27, 2017 5:45 pm

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Hmmm... do we have a reason to believe Dwight stole the rabbit? He might have found it in the street, as he says.

Unless there's a reason to believe he stole it, I'll explain that the rabbit belongs to someone else, who is worried about it, and that it wouldn't be fair (or legal) to keep it. I'll also explain that pets are a big responsibility, they take a lot of work and not all families have the resources to take care of the animals when they go on holidays...

Maybe Dwight should make friends with Jack's kids, and that way he can visit the rabbit.

If he stole the rabbit he is in trouble, obviously.

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4 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Thu Apr 27, 2017 6:05 pm

Jack

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I hadn't considered the idea that the rabbit might have escaped, so I edited the scenario a bit to at least suggest that's not what happened. It's not that DB and Adric are crazy, but that I changed things after they commented.


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5 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Thu Apr 27, 2017 6:31 pm

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If Dwight were 6 or 7 I could understand the lie and that this was a just little boy lie and that a child might not understand that taking another famiys rabbit was wrong.

At 11 sadly Dwight should understand and a firmer hand is required. We will return the rabbit and apologize after which Dwight will be feeling the paddle as his moral compass clearly needs a reset

6 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Thu Apr 27, 2017 6:49 pm

18Smacked

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squarecutter wrote:If Dwight were 6 or 7 I could understand the lie and that this was a just little boy lie and that a child might not understand that taking another famiys rabbit was wrong.

At 11 sadly Dwight should understand and a firmer hand is required. We will return the rabbit and apologize after which Dwight will be feeling the paddle as his moral compass clearly needs a reset

While I fully agree with Square's thoughts regarding the boy's age-based thinking, I believe I would change the order of some of the consequences here. I think I will first discuss matters with my son, and have him confess that he had lied about telling me about the rabbit following him home. Once the lie is exposed, we then would discuss what happened to cattle and horse thieves in the old days.

I will then show my son the paddle that will be used on his bare bottom until he is very sorry for having lied to me and having stolen (or at least, tried to steal) a rabbit belonging to someone else. When his bottom is very red and sore, we will make a trip to the house of the boy who does own the missing rabbit so that he can make that apology while feeling a very hot and stingy bottom. This will make his lesson even more memorable than if he apologizes before the spanking.

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7 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Thu Apr 27, 2017 8:38 pm

StevieWeeks

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But he has EIGHT rabbits, and I just wanted one

I shall commiserate with the lad about the evils of capitalism and console him with thoughts of the proletarian revolution...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcXNXKtu8z4

Stevie...

P.S. After which we shall return the rabbit and Dwight will apologise profusely and all...

8 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Thu Apr 27, 2017 11:17 pm

Kat

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Dwight will return the rabbit with apologies, and I will spank him. Stealing is wrong. He knows this.

His desire for a pet is understandable, so we'll talk about what sort of pet best suits him and then adopt it. I'll have to make it clear to him a pet is not a reward for stealing. Had he expressed a desire for a pet, theft would have been unnecessary.

9 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Fri Apr 28, 2017 12:54 am

AFinch

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I agree with Kat who agrees with everyone else.

10 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Fri Apr 28, 2017 2:55 am

ivor

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While I don't like picking holes in scenarios I find it virtually impossible to comprehend how he could have stolen the rabbit, so am unable to respond.

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11 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Fri Apr 28, 2017 4:20 am

Jack

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ivor wrote:While I don't like picking holes in scenarios I find it virtually impossible to comprehend how he could have stolen the rabbit, so am unable to respond.

Since he's a different age than the kid raising the rabbits, he just waited until that boy was out of his room, said good bye to his friends, walked into the other boys house, slipped the rabbit inside his jacket, and left.

As for the lying... .I honestly consider that a lesser included offense of the original rabbit wrangling. After all, it doesn't do much good to come in, "Where'd you get the rabbit, son?" "I stole it, Dad. Can I keep him?"


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12 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Fri Apr 28, 2017 4:21 am

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ivor wrote:While I don't like picking holes in scenarios I find it virtually impossible to comprehend how he could have stolen the rabbit, so am unable to respond.

Pet rabbits with outdoor runs do tend to escape so I can respond but only on the basis Dwight was telling the truth.

We will return the rabbit and accept thanks but since it appears that Jack was not suspecting theft I'll be watching Dwight's demeanour and keep my eye open for signs of intrusion.

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13 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Fri Apr 28, 2017 5:14 am

ivor

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Jack wrote:
ivor wrote:While I don't like picking holes in scenarios I find it virtually impossible to comprehend how he could have stolen the rabbit, so am unable to respond.

Since he's a different age than the kid raising the rabbits, he just waited until that boy was out of his room, said good bye to his friends, walked into the other boys house, slipped the rabbit inside his jacket, and left.


That sentence confuses me even more! Laughing

I hadn't considered it being a 'house' rabbit as that is very unusual with people I know who have rabbits. Thus, as MM said, an outdoor rabbit being an escapee, is a realistic possibility.

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14 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Fri Apr 28, 2017 9:15 am

kalico

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I'm in agreement with everyone that agrees with punishments for the theft and lie.....



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15 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Fri Apr 28, 2017 3:49 pm

db105

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Is this scenario based on a real incident?

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16 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Fri Apr 28, 2017 4:52 pm

Jack

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ivor wrote:I hadn't considered it being a 'house' rabbit as that is very unusual with people I know who have rabbits. Thus, as MM said, an outdoor rabbit being an escapee, is a realistic possibility.

I hadn't considered that, because all of our rabbits have been house bunnies for years now. Just goes to show you...

db105 wrote:Is this scenario based on a real incident?

Yes, but there was no spanking. The father brought his boy and the rabbit. The boy had actually been promised a spanking, but Fido knocked him down and dragged him to Van's room by the ear....

No, I joke. It's not a real scenario. I had planned to make the boy younger, but this was the best picture I found for it, and the boy just didn't look 7 or 8.


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17 Re: 28 April 2017 - Lopped (R)ears on Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:36 pm

db105

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Jack wrote:I had planned to make the boy younger, but this was the best picture I found for it, and the boy just didn't look 7 or 8.

Yes, with a younger child the scenario works better, I think. An 11-year-old should know much better.

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