What is it with me? Why do I pick and pick, when clearly it does NO good with teenagers. Yes, that's right, teenagers. (Well, a teen and a tween.) Anyhow, there is a child here that has gone through countless watches and headphones. We find watch carcasses in very strange places. When asked re: condition of said time-piece, we get genuine confusion as to what could POSSIBLY have happened.
This weekend, said child displayed a new pair of headphones (bought with child's own money - fool me once, and all that) broken off at the plug. Later this weekend we received a set someone didn't want, and this child claimed a right to it. Oh, no, we said, this will go to the other child who has been using headphones for quite awhile with only one working side.You can take the one with one side working.
We look over later, and child has new headphones given by sibling (guilted into giving them), and is using them. I can't say "them" because child was using ONE ear-bud, with the other one dangling.