You know you are too old to Trick or Treat when:
8. You ask for high fiber candy only.
And can't remember the rest.
In addition, T is not allowed to grab J's leg and trip him.
The school expectation and only acceptable action by T, is that T will tell an adult.
Reality: No adult was present, or anywhere in the vicinity, so yelling for help was out of the question.
Result: As J continued to hit T with a lunch box (remember T was on the ground) T grabbed J's pants leg, and J's pants accidentally came down. (not his underwear, but his pants). So, T got in as much trouble as J, even though J was the one who was doing the assulting (with the lunch box) and T was just trying to get J to stop.Given these parameters can anyone please tell me, how is a child supposed to defend/protect themselves from being hit with a lunch box, while they are on the ground?