A father comes into his child’s bedroom and turns down the son’s radio. The father holds a number of empty candy wrappers in his hand. He displays them to the child, who looks startled to see them.
Father: These yours?
Son: No, I….
Father: Your mother said she found them in your closet.
Son: I dunno, one of the guys must have left….
Father: Must have what?
Son: Look, Dad, they’re not mine….
Father: When did you eat it?
Son: Dad, I….
Father: Answer me! Who taught you how to sneak this stuff?
Son: You, all right! I learned it by watching you.
Father looks guilty, wipes the chocolate remnants of a Hershey’s egg from his lips.
Voiceover: Parents who sneak their children’s remaining Easter candy have children who sneak their remaining Easter candy.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got to clean some caramel from my keyboard.