His father asks him to take the rubbish down to the bins.

“But I did that yesterday,” our ten year old reminds his dad.

“I know,” he shoots back. “You did a great job. So I’m asking you to take it down again today.”

The boy thinks for a minute, then asks solemnly, “How do I do a bad job?”

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