This story captures a clash with a neighborhood kid dubbed “Satan’s son.” During a basketball game, the EK attempted to choke OP, leading to a punch and an ensuing confrontation with his mother, EM. An unexpected “forgiveness gift” tradition turned absurd when the EK targeted the narrator’s PS4. The story showcases absurdity, entitlement, and a mother’s questionable parenting while offering a glimpse into the EK’s behavior and the narrator’s family dynamics. The narrator’s humorous yet bewildering experience highlights the unexpected twists life can bring.
OP tells the cast of the story.
OP was playing basketball with the neighbor’s kids when EK stepped in.
They all started playing together; OP was playing as a center while EK was guarding him just before the accident.
While playing basketball, the opponent frustrates OP and attempts to choke them by pulling their hoodie.
Panic sets in as OP struggles to breathe while EK chokes them with their hoodie. After finally breaking free, OP delivers a punch, causing EK to collapse, leading to impending trouble with his mother.
The entitled mother, a quintessential “I want to speak to the manager” type, intervenes in the situation as her son’s actions escalate. She asks if he is okay.
OP tells her he choked him, so he punched him.
The conversation keeps on dragging where OP explains to the mother he choked him, but she is still taking his son’s side.
It kept on being dragged.
Later EK gets up and limps to his house and OP goes back too.
OP avoids EK for the next day and doesn’t go to the neighbor’s house but later, she shows up at OP’s gate with his mom.
EK apologizes to OP, and OP apologizes back to him, and then EM talks about some forgiveness gift.
EM tells them about a forgiveness gift tradition of their family and that OP has to give EK a gift to make up for it.
While explaining the incident to the mother, she becomes increasingly disgusted, and when the EK attempts to twist the story with fabricated details, the mother sees through the lies.
OP’s mom tells them they don’t do it, but EK later points to OP’s PS4, telling her mom he wants it.
Amid a heated confrontation, the mother slams the door, prompting the EK and EM to pound on it as if trying to break in, causing tension between the narrator and their neighbor.
That’s the story, not as high-stakes, but thanks for reading; the unexpected popularity and appreciation from readers have been truly amazing for OP.
I loved reading every bit of it.
Cannot fathom how people can have such entitled customs.
This whole tradition looks absurd to me.
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“Okay she was adopted 2 hours ago and she’s super lovey. What do I name her.”