1. On a stroll through the countryside, you come across a field of delicious-looking strawberries. Your stomach starts to rumble, and there's no one else around. Only a fence stands between you and a free lunch. How high is that fence?
Kid: the fact that I saw the strawberries means the fence won’t obstruct my view. Maybe as tall as my neck.
2. You sneak into the garden and begin to help yourself to the fruit. How many berries did you eat?
Kid: I love strawberries so I’d probably eat all I can, maybe a basket of berries?
3. Suddenly the farmer whose berries you're stealing appears out of nowhere and starts yelling at you. What do you say in your own defense?
Kid: I’m sorry sir, I was just really hungry. I’ll just pay for the berries I ate.
4. After all is said and done, how did the berries taste? And looking back, how did you feel after your berry-stealing adventure was over?
Kid: If I never paid for it, I’d feel guilty. But If I did, then I’d be satisfied.
Strawberries -seductively juicy and red - are common symbol of sexual attraction and desire. The way you envisioned this scenario helps us to understand your attitude toward forbidden romance and stolen love.
"I'm so sorry. I promise I'll never do it again" Sometimes a full confession and a promise to behave is the best way to get yourself off the hook.
"Hey those berries were great! Do you have if I have a couple more?" Farmers have shotguns. Spouses have lawyers. Fortunately you still have a chance to reconsider your choice of words.