Mom. Why are you dressed like that?
We’re going somewhere. Go put on those clothes I laid out for you on your bed.
Hurry now. I’m ready to go.
Mom. I’m not wearing this and I’m NOT going out in public looking like this.
Boy, let’s go. You need school supplies and I know where to get them.
I AM NOT GOING OUT DOORS LIKE THIS!
Look, you need supplies. I made a donation last week to the church down the street. They’re giving out supplies today so I figured since I made a donation, you can benefit.
Mom, isn’t that for people who need help getting school supplies?
Who do you think we are? We are people who need help getting school supplies.
Mom! WE are NOT the people that this is for. You just bought an expensive purse and some new shoes. I know that you can afford school supplies for me. I am NOT going to lie for some paper, markers, and pencils.
Boy, if you don’t get back here and let’s go!
Mom. SHAME ON YOU. I love you but I AIN’T GOING TO HELL FOR LYING. IT’S HOT ENOUGH ON THIS SIDE. I’m going to play video games in my room.