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How would you describe this behavior?

An older child doesn't want to do chores right now. She's visibly annoyed (sighing, pouting) but not argumentative. She changes into her "Stop child labor" T-shirt and then begins diligently doing the chores.

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13Clever
7Funny
5Rebellious
5Something else
4Disrespectful
4Cute
2I don't know


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CarlHalling
posted 7-Dec-2016 11:38am  
Kinda clever, kinda funny, nothing too heavy; at least the chores are getting done. It's like something Kevin out of 'Home Alone' or some other Disney style movie might have done: harmless precocity. I was far worse, it was a miracle day I did any chores.
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 7-Dec-2016 12:29pm  
Normal.
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 7-Dec-2016 1:58pm  
Pointed.

(And clever and funny, if done right.)
bill Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 7-Dec-2016 2:33pm  
also, mildly passive aggressive
cerealkiller
posted 7-Dec-2016 9:45pm  
Kid needs a beating.
LindaH Gold Star Survey Creator
(reply to cerealkiller) posted 8-Dec-2016 12:43am  
Really? Why? It's obedient.
Lysannus
posted 8-Dec-2016 6:23am  
Clever, but as long as the work is getting done correctly I am ok with it.
JessicaWoman99
posted 8-Dec-2016 5:06pm  
She is clever and wants attention is what I am seeing
JessicaWoman99
(reply to LindaH) posted 8-Dec-2016 5:09pm  
> Really? Why? It's obedient.

I do not agree with ck you cannot beat a child over this and good survey Linda I like it
Nitroeddy
posted 11-Dec-2016 2:36pm  
A typical teenager
cerealkiller
(reply to LindaH) posted 13-Dec-2016 3:27pm  
My wife would throw a brat like that across the room.
LindaH Gold Star Survey Creator
(reply to cerealkiller) posted 13-Dec-2016 4:43pm  
Why would the kid be considered a 'brat'? for the T shirt or for sighing/pouting?

These are the kinds of things that nowadays are an alternative to being a brat. Acceptable self expressions that aren't considered 'disobedient'.
southernyankee
posted 15-Dec-2016 10:40pm  
Passive-aggressive. Slightly immature. Clever, disrespectful, funny.
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