When I was a lazy 12 year old boy, I was on the couch watching TV when my mother came into the room with the kitchen trash. She was angry.
"This is the last time I'm going to tell you to take out the trash."
"Well, good," I replied. "Because I'm sick of hearing about it."
For that little bit of sass, I was made to go to all of her friends' and my friends' houses, like 20 of them, and forced to collect the trash from every room. It was humiliating but in retrospect pretty funny Source
One time I lied to my mom about something really dumb and obvious. I was 9 or so at the time.
After she scolded me, she called me into the kitchen to "apologize" and tell me all was forgiven and I should have some ice cream. I immediately said Yes! I would love some! So she scopped out a huge bowl.
She then asked if I would like some sugar added to the top. And of course as a kid I thought more sugar would only make it more satisfying. So she added it.
She gave me the bowl and I took a bite into the most sugar-covered spoonful I could get. Turns out, it wasn't sugar. It was salt.
Then she said "See how lying hurts people?"
My tiny trust was forever broken. It did teach me a lesson though Source
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