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How To Get In Trouble: Jackson's How-To Guide

November 19, 2011

So, you want to do things that your Mom says is naughty?
The first thing you have to learn is the approach:
work on looking cool, casual, just "hanging out"

Once you're pretty comfortable that your Mom doesn't suspect your next move, slowly and cautiously assess the situation.
"Hey Mom, just saying hi!"
You still have to remain cool and calm.

Now, you start to make bigger moves.
"Hey Mom, let me pose for a photo.  I'm still just hanging out doing nothing!"

Working quickly, look toward an item so your Mom thinks you're just checking something out.
Take just a brief moment to pause like you're really interested, but then it's time to move quick.
Before she figures it out.

I'm sitting on the kitchen counter posing for a photo.
Mom thinks I'm doing this for her, so she can take a marvelous photo
but I know I'm doing this because it allows me to be someplace I'm not supposed to be!

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