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Typical examples of punishable childish offenses are:
 
Typical examples of punishable childish offenses are:
* [[disobedience]]
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* [[disobedience]] (e.g. to their parents)
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* [[disrespect]], [[defiance]], rebellion against [[authority]]
 
* [[lying]]
 
* [[lying]]
* [[stealing]]
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* [[stealing]] (e.g. toys, books, food, money)
* [[cursing]]
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* [[teasing]], picking fights
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* hurting people or animals, [[hitting]], [[biting]], [[kicking]], throwing
 
* damaging property ([[vandalism]])
 
* pulling [[prank]]s
 
* pulling [[prank]]s
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* [[cursing]], name calling
* hurting people or animals
 
* damaging property
 
 
* throwing [[tantrum]]s
 
* throwing [[tantrum]]s
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* carelessness, [[slovenliness]], [[uncleanliness]]
* [[fidgeting]]
 
* disrespect
 
* carelessness
 
* [[slovenliness]]
 
* [[uncleanliness]]
 
 
* [[laziness]]
 
* [[laziness]]
 
* [[fidgeting]]
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 11:32, 2 December 2007

Offense (also spelled offence) is a term for:

  • in sports, an attack
  • in law, a violation of the penal law
  • a breaking of a rule or regulation
  • a discourtesy (hurting the feelings of others)

Examples of childish offenses

Children are are often scolded and/or punished for childish offenses (misbehavior) by their parents, guardians, or other people in loco parentis such as babysitters, governesses, teachers, etc.

Typical examples of punishable childish offenses are:

See also