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BOTD 05-30-2017 My Jaw Drops - should anything else? - An Ivor Production

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Skater

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My Jaw Drops - should anything else?
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We live just outside town. I am driving home from work on a nice summer early evening and I see walking along the side of the road in front of me my 14 year old on Timmy.

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He is, of course, walking on the wrong side of the road which is rather silly, but my major concern is pretty obvious.

How am I going to address this dress matter?


(As the pic is obviously taken in the UK where spanking is no longer allowed, reality can be suspended for anyone who considers that to be an appropriate response for a boy who does get spanked on occasions)


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AFinch

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I can't imagine punishing a boy for walking without a shirt or for sagging. Had you not specified this is UK, I'd say he's walking on the correct side of the road (facing traffic), but either way, not a punishable offense.

How will I address this matter? I'll stop, wave, and ask if he wants a ride. If not, I'll see him at home. This is a non-issue for me.

Y Lee Coyote

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Trying to beat fashion, no matter how stupid and silly, is a fool’s errand.  I’m, however, concerned that he is not wearing a hat and I doubt any sun block.

We need to talk about radiation protection (same as smoking and sex) and that sort of dress would be most inappropriate in many places such as family gathering at his grands’ place and family services and perhaps school.  Have to keep an achievable objective rather than lose the entire war.

I said ‘family’ above because of a RL conversation I had with a minister.  I had called for a guest and learnt that there was a young persons’ service.  I asked about dress code and basically the silence said: “whatever - as long as they attend”!

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StevieWeeks

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I shan't punish the lad... but when I get home I'll ask him if he realised that he had been walking around with a very obvious skidmark down the back of his skivvies...

That'll shake him up until he checks and finds out it's not true and all... Twisted Evil

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David M. Katz

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AFinch wrote:I can't imagine punishing a boy for walking without a shirt or for sagging.  Had you not specified this is UK, I'd say he's walking on the correct side of the road (facing traffic), but either way, not a punishable offense.

How will I address this matter?  I'll stop, wave, and ask if he wants a ride.  If not, I'll see him at home.  This is a non-issue for me.

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Kat

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I won't punish him but I will ridicule him.

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Jack

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I've actually written about this situation before, and I have absolutely no problem wearing a boy's butt out for it --- IF we've discussed it before, and IF he's doing it in a place where it's especially inappropriate. For that matter, when Charlie was busted for it, he had also left the house dressed correctly, then removed his belt when he arrived at school.

Those conditions don't apply in this situation.

I will point out that sagging is mostly pas se these days, that it looks goofy, ask how much effort it takes to keep this pants there without them taking the plunge, and perhaps even joke about replacing all his boxers with tighty whities, but I don't see that any actual action is required.


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squarecutter

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I cant say its wrong as such and I doubt its a fashion statement either, just, well, ,not very edifying. I think parental advice and ridicule are called for which will know doubt be water off a ducks back. For church , school, parents etc, it wouldn't be appropriate. Oh and smacking still is allowed in the UK. You just cant leave a mark which probably rules out any implement like to get this young mans attention

MemoryMan

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Apart from the aesthetic aspect I have no problem with sagging or any of the other tasteless teenage fashions.  They will pass, either naturally or with the onset of maturity.  Perhaps I'm even a little bit jealous on account that my dimensions are such that any attempt to emulate would end in disaster.

He may be walking on the officially "wrong" side of the road but he IS sensibly keeping to the shade, as I would do.

I'm just going to stop and offer him a lift.

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Peter_Z

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Oh yes - I would offer him a pic up too.

With his casual cloth I have no problem - but hope this fashion will fade out soon.

If he was in this habit in school - guess he should have a problem.

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I agree about offering a ride.

But, before I have him see me, I will take a picture to show him, and ask why he likes walking around showing his pants (underwear in the U.S.) to the world to see. I will talk about how this looks ridiculous, even if it is the style, and that he should consider the degree to which he's exposing himself. Maybe he will see the point, and maybe he won't but I will not punish him for this, no matter what happens.

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Adric

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Kat wrote:I won't punish him but I will ridicule him.

Kat

I'll go with that.

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