Would it Be Against the Law

NYboy

Songster
10 Years
Nov 12, 2009
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to put a k9 training collar on a 23 year old? I have the pleasure of my nephews company when ever his girlfriend throws him out. My nephew grew up in a home where cocktail hour started very early. He is missing some of the social graces kids are taught. I have tryed everything to get the boy to wipe his feet before entering the house. You would think that would be a very easy thing to teach someone. I am at my wits end. I have tryed calm talking, screaming, I dragged him to bed bath and beyond,made him spend $80 on a new door mat. Once I waited till 2am, rolled him out of bed and made him wash the kitchen floor. I came home last night to muddy footprints all over the floor. Think shock therapy might work?
 

stoopid

Chicken Fairy Godmother
8 Years
Aug 3, 2011
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Long Island, NY
I would tazer him at the door. That behavior is unacceptable. He is old enough to know better. I wonder why she threw him out? Maybe you should change the locks. It's still warm enough that he can sleep in his car. I am sure to get alot of flack for this post, I apologize in advance. All complaints, please start a new thread.....
 

Nicole01

Crowing
8 Years
Mar 28, 2011
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MN
Give him the boot. Obviously he is not respectful enough to follow your simple rules. I just hope he never gets behind the wheel during his cocktail hours.

I wouldn't allow that behavior in my home, but I do have very strict rules no matter what age you are.:p
 

EweSheep

Flock Mistress
13 Years
Jan 12, 2007
21,908
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Land of Lincoln
Time to show him the door. At 23 years old, being lazy and drinking, time for some tough love. You can only do so much.
 

mandelyn

Crowing
10 Years
Aug 30, 2009
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1,038
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Mt Repose, OH
My Coop
Not if you get his permission first, he's of consenting age. Maybe a brief waiver though, just in case he recounts the permission after the first zap.
 

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