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When was the last time you were told off? Tell us about memorable punishments you've experienced, or damn good ones you've dished out

(, Thu 7 Feb 2013, 12:14)
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The Plastic Thing
My parents had a reasonably old-fashioned approach to punishments. If we were naughty, we'd be told off or sent to our rooms. But if we were REALLY naughty, it would be The Plastic Thing.

The Plastic Thing was the detachable handle from a Tupperware cake box. It was about 30 inches in length, made a satisfying (for those of us not experiencing its wrath) swoosh as it was swung through the air at a repentant child, and it hurt like hell. I soon learned not to be an evil bastard, essentially because I didn't like The Plastic Thing above half. Take my word for it – people say that corporal punishment doesn't work, but that's because their parents didn't have Tupperware parties.

Here, thanks to those crafty types at Etsy is a Plastic Thing almost (but not quite) like my arch nemesis.

It also left its mark. For hours after, the culprit would walk around with the word "OOOO ЗЯAWЯЗqqUT" on their leg.

The Plastic Thing mysteriously disappeared one day. I cannot – and will not – say what happened to it.
(, Thu 7 Feb 2013, 12:30, 7 replies)
"people say that corporal punishment doesn't work, but that's because their parents didn't have Tupperware parties"
That's one of the finest phrases I've ever read.
(, Thu 7 Feb 2013, 12:39, closed)

(, Thu 7 Feb 2013, 13:17, closed)
Works well with "Anne Summers parties", too

(, Thu 7 Feb 2013, 13:39, closed)
I've heard "holding Tupperware parties" as a euphemism for "swinging"
more than once...some of my friends are very into their Tupperware it seems :/
(, Thu 7 Feb 2013, 19:32, closed)

friends lego figures
Tupperware skag-sotted cunts
(, Thu 7 Feb 2013, 19:40, closed)
Of all the things this site could ruin,
who could've predicted it'd be "domestic violence".
(, Thu 7 Feb 2013, 14:29, closed)
domestic violence can never be ruined. It gets better and better with practice.
(, Fri 8 Feb 2013, 1:44, closed)

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