Why do boys have to smash, crash and bash ev­ery­thing? And why are they so smutty?

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - News Brief -

The next day an­other friend came over and the pair of them kept flash­ing their bot­toms out of the bed­room win­dow and blow­ing rasp­ber­ries at passers by. They then threw large stones over our fence into the neigh­bour’s gar­den, nar­rowly missing his 90-yearold mother who was try­ing to en­joy a bit of peace (as if).

So, the Match At­tax book went again, and so has this week’s pocket money.

Al­though, Sa­muel is al­ways re­ally sorry af­ter these “in­ci­dents” it doesn’t seem to stop him from com­mit­ting sim­i­lar mis­de­meanours days later.

My hus­band and I are both strug­gling to teach him the value of things. He seems to think that if he breaks some­thing it can be re­placed just like that, and of course, it can’t - par­tic­u­larly a £900 bed, which has since been re­paired with some “Hard as Nails” glue and some par­cel tape.

I know some peo­ple would ar­gue that we should have been watch­ing him more, but we hon­estly thought the si­lence meant they were play­ing nicely. We now know if Sa­muel and friends are quiet for too long they are usu­ally up to no good.

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