Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Crime and Punishment

Crime and Punishment

Last year around the holidays my 8-year old nephew Zachary (pictured above) did something terrible. Something awful. Something so bad that his parents still decline to discuss the incident. Whatever he did, Zachary refused to apologize for it.

Zachary's parents thought long and hard and came up with a punishment for him, one that would really teach him a lesson. They told Zachary that he couldn't open his Christmas presents until January 25. !!!!!!!! On Christmas day, Zachary had to watch everyone shrieking with glee as they opened their gifts, all while he sat empty-handed and sulking. LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!! And on January 25 when Zachary was finally allowed to open his Christmas gifts, he was a little bit ho-hum. Apparently it was anticlimactic.

Rumor has it that Zachary is on his best behavior this holiday season. So I suppose a lesson has been learned.

7 comments:

Aline said...

this is the best thing ever. ever. ever!

Lorena said...

Haha, well at least he got presents.

girlunwinding said...

Wow, good one!
~Dawn

KaH said...

His parents need to write a parenting book asap! Love it.

Tiffany Kadani said...

Hahahaha! I need to know what he DID!!

Trissta said...

HA! Sounds like something my parents would have done. LOLOLOLOL But then again, my dad used to spank us for such bad behavior.

Much Love,
Trissta

Elle Sees said...

wow! i can't even imagine what it was!