Archie came home from Sunday school with a black eye.
“How many times do I have to tell you?” his father said. “You’re not to fight with the other children.”
“It wasn’t my fault,” Archie said. “We were all in church saying our prayers when I saw that the teacher’s dress was stuck in her butt crack. I reached over and pulled it out, then she turned around and hit me!”
“You don’t do those kinds of things to women,” Archie’s father said. “It’s not acceptable.”
A few weeks later, Archie came home from Sunday school with a fresh shiner.
“Archie, we just spoke about this! You’re not to pick fights or go pulling out the teacher’s dress.”
“It wasn’t my fault,” Archie wailed. “The teacher’s dress was tuck in the crack of her butt and I didn’t touch it. But then Johnny was sitting next to me and he pulled it out. I knew how much she hated that, so I reached over and pushed it back in!”