Stephanie, Primo, and I wash the dishes while Sly goes to the living room to watch TV. Washing dishes is out of scope for Sly.
Sly: Primo, come out here! I want to talk to you.
Primo: I’m doing the dishes, Dad.
Sly: Don’t let Stephanie put anything in the dishwasher!
Stephanie (whispering): Because I don’t do it right!
Me: I know!
Sly: I read that book you sent me.
Primo: Which book was that, Dad?
Sly: The Elizabeth Warren memoir.
Primo: What did you think? I think she is amazing. I hope she runs for president.
Sly: She thinks she had a bad childhood, but my childhood was a lot worse than hers.
Me (whispering): The bride at every wedding?
Primo (whispering): The corpse at every funeral.
 See, “Women’s Work vs Important Men’s Work” and “Mr. Ultra Socialist Liberal Defines Women’s Work.” Yes, Primo is not a woman, but he also does not want to be around his dad.